This is a great vegan recipe for the end of your shopping week !
There’s nothing perishable in the ingredients list:
3 cups frozen cauliflower
2 cans (15 oz. each) garbanzo beans or chickpeas, rinsed and drained
1 can (13.66 oz.) coconut milk (used full-fat coconut milk)
1/4 cup green curry paste
1/2 tsp. salt (used table salt)
1 1/2 cups frozen peas
2 pkgs. (8.8 oz. each) ready-to-serve long grain rice (I just cooked up my own rice)
1/2 cup lightly salted cashews
Plus (as long as you already have the cashews), this is a fairly cheap dish to put together ! I can’t post the directions for legal reasons unfortunately but I promise that this is a fairly quick and easy dish to whip up.
My mom has had this recipe in our favorites collection so long, I don’t remember where we found this recipe originally.
All you need are 2 small red onions (chopped), 4 cans of black beans (rinsed and drained), 2 cans of whole kernel corn (drained) and a 16 oz. bottle of balsamic vinaigrette. Combine those ingredients in a large mixing bowl and while you can serve it right away, it’s even better served chilled ! You can also easily make this a main meal by mixing in some seitan. I like cooking up 3 (8 oz. each) packages of Sweet Earth’s Traditional seitan strips and chopping them up into bite-size pieces and mixing it in with the other ingredients.
This recipe me and my mom made was inspired by a chicken black salad but they wanted less corn, beans, and red onion and also wanted actual chicken meat and they wanted Italian dressing.
I was not paid in any form to promote Sweet Earth.
After a day of running errands, I just want something easy to fix so when I came across Food Network’s list of 50 party subs and saw #12 (spicy fried chicken), I knew I wanted to try it out.
This was so easy to make y’all ! The filling is just ranch coleslaw, fried buffalo chicken tenders (the ones I used just said spicy, figured it’d still work out just as well), dill pickle slices, and some extra ranch squeezed on the bread itself ! I was glad that the chicken had enough heat to it that you could still taste it even with the ranch getting used two ways. The only trouble I remotely had with this was the part where you’re supposed to hollow out the inside of the bread… I may have hollowed out so much that I started to create a small hole in the bottom of the bread. I just tried to fix it by putting some the hollowed out bread back in and pressing it down so it’d stay in place. I’d gladly make this again in a heartbeat !