Henry Firth and Ian Theasby have re-created the mildly acidic taste and springy texture of paneer by flavoring tofu with a combination of nutritional yeast, miso, and lemon. Spinach is a great addition to a curry and you can pack in loads, as it wilts down so quickly. Go for whole wheat chapatis on the side.
This tropical medley is a fresh alternative to a vegetable side dish.
Think of these rolls as noodle-wrapped salads with a dressing for dipping. Fresh rice-paper rolls are easy to make once you get the hang of softening the wrappers with warm water. Serve these rolls as an appetizer or as part of an Asian-themed meal. They make delicious take-along lunches, too!
A sweet-and-sour combination of cauliflower and apple is paired with melted Swiss cheese in a deli-style grilled sandwich. We’ve called for a panini or sandwich press, but you can also make it grilled-cheese-sandwich style in a skillet—just be careful when flipping it to make sure the filling doesn’t fall out.
Homemade yogurt, kimchi and other fermented foods are cheaper than store-bought—plus they're higher in active cultures and free of sugar and added ingredients. Plus, they're easy and fun. Here, we share a recipe for a simple, creamy vegan yogurt recipe you'll make again and again.