Over the years, people have become more aware of the negative environmental, health and animal welfare impacts of the dairy industry and dairy consumption. This has lead to more research into alternatives for dairy products such as beverages consumed for centuries that look or perform similarly to dairy for particular uses. These beverages include the […]
Dhal is the perfect comfort food for any time of the day. It is flavoursome, nutritious and, as we love to describe it, a hug in a bowl. It can be eaten with rice, but we prefer to eat it with freshly made flatbread. The main ingredient in a bowl of dhal is lentils or […]
Coconut rice! A very delightful dish to eat, full of flavour, full of nutrients and full of goodness! Today, we are going to share our second version of coconut rice with you. This version is more like the West African coconut rice dishes as the final result is not creamy and the final dish looks […]
When in doubt, make curry! If there are any ingredients I always have, it’s ingredients to make curries with. Curries are delightful dishes that are perfect with almost anything. Today, I am going to share my go-to recipe for a quick vegetable curry with you. I must add that although this curry is good on […]
Today, I am going to share with you a recipe for my beloved coconut rice. It is and easy to prepare and cook and it tastes SO SO GOOD!
This apple-pear trifle was not intentionally made. It is the beautiful and absolutely delicious outcome of multiple failed processes whilst trying to test out the recipe for a different dessert idea. It’s the best accident we have ever made and it turned out so good we made multiple portions to serve with people who equally […]
This Pad Thai Ramen Soup recipe is a featured recipe developed by Francesca of the Instagram page, Plantifully Based and PlantifullyBasedBlog.com.
This soup is a fusion dish that plays off the flavours of Pad Thai. Traditionally, Pad Thai contains fish sauce. As this dish is vegan, in its place, soy sauce is used in order to provide a nice umami flavour. However, you can always substitute that with a vegan fish sauce.
In relation to heat levels, authentically, Thai chillies would be used. However, for this recipe, sriracha was used to make the process of cooking and controlling the heat level this easier.
As for common allergens, in order to make this dish soy-free, replace the soy sauce with coconut aminos and exclude the tofu. To make the dish gluten-free, substitute the soy sauce for tamari or coconut aminos and use gluten-free ramen. With regards to making the dish nut-free, just leave out the peanuts.
Without further ado, here’s Francesca’s Pad Thai Soup recipe!
‘Veganising Gordon Ramsay’ will be a series in which we will veganise a number of Gordon Ramsay’s recipes so those who enjoy(ed) watching him cook could try out his recipes occasionally without non-vegan ingredients or, if they haven’t completely eliminated animal (by-)products from their diet, in a way that that they feel comfortable eating it.
So, without further ado, here’s our vegan version of Gordon’s Meatballs!
We would like to introduce you to the first featured recipe on LickYourPlates. This recipe was developed by Rameca Lee of GreenHouzeEatz, an up-and-coming vegan food blog. To be notified of new recipes on GreenHouzeEatz, click here to subscribe to the mailing list.
These lasagna rolls are delicious, nutritious and rather straightforward to make. We’re sure it’s a dish you would love to add to your repertoire.
It’s officially soup season! Colder months bring about warmer meals. Today. we are going to share our delicious potato and leek soup with you. It is delicious, warming, nutritious and a hug in a bowl, especially when paired with our delicious garlic flatbread. This dish contains, vitamin A, thiamin (vitamin B-1), niacin (vitamin B-3), pantothenic acid […]