It's almost the end of the week, and we're tired-so pull out your favorite pan (yes, the one you use for literally everything) and make this Quick Vegetable Hash Skillet Dinner. You'll be sitting in front of your tv in no time.
This vegan version of the traditional Dandan noodles, known in Asian cuisine, is sweet, spicy, and peanut-buttery in all the right ways. You'll be astonished at how peanut butter, sriracha, and cider vinegar can make such a flavorful dinner.
This Vegan Fatteh Middle Eastern dish is the best way to clean out the extra herbs and veggies laying around your fridge! Crunchy pita is topped with chickpeas, fresh mint, dill or parsley, and a bright yogurt tahini sauce. This is perfect for a filling lunch or light dinner!
This super-quick weeknight dish combines eggplant, mushrooms, cauliflower, and asparagus. For an extra protein boost, don't forget the crispy tofu. This spicy peanut sauce, used as a dressing for primarily a vegetable-packed salad, adds an Asian touch of flavor.
Do you ever have those days where you want to get dinner on the table as soon as possible? While this is an excellent guide for getting dinner on the table right away! A flawlessly vegan skilletdinner will have you happy and full in no time. Season potatoes, kale, and carrots with turmeric and cayenne pepper to taste, then add whatever unused vegetables you have at the end of the week.
Looking for a new recipe to shake up your pancake situation? Look no further! These fluffy cinnamon roll-inspired pancakes boast swirls of decadent cinnamon and date mixture that gets piped onto the batter in the pan. The pancake mix uses ground flax seeds to substitute for eggs, keeping this recipe pantry-friendly (and it just so happens to be vegan, whether or not that's your thing!)