Polenta Pizza Pie

This polenta-based “pizza pie” is a fresh, delicious mash-up of a casserole and a pizza. It’s a fun take on a classic party dish. The polenta crust needs to chill for an hour in the refrigerator, but can be prepared a couple… Read more

Easy Turmeric Eggplant Curry

Eggplants shine like the superstars they are in this really simple dish. Great for those new to curries, this foolproof recipe couldn’t be easier—it’s just one pot on the stove and ready in under 45 minutes. Win! Make a big… Read more

Quinoa Primavera recipes

This colorful quinoa will make you say quin-wow! Jam-packed with loads of yummy veggies, this dish makes a one-pot meal that packs a tasty punch. It’s from vegan ultramarathoner Matt Frazier and writer, yoga teacher and health coach Stepfanie Romine’s… Read more

10 Cozy Curry Dishes From Around the World

Packed full of flavor, curry dishes are some of the most satisfying and comforting meals you can make. And did you know the word “curry” is a broad term made up by Westerners to refer to Indian-spiced dishes or other dishes served over… Read more

Costa Rican Rice and Beans (Gallo Pinto)

Rice and beans is a combination found all over the world, but it’s not just for lunch and dinner. This dish, which translates to “painted rooster,” is a breakfast mainstay in Costa Rica. It is enhanced by a sofrito, a… Read more

Caribbean Rice

The combination of butternut squash, curry spices, brown and wild rice, and chard gives this dish a unique taste and lots of great texture. Recipe from The Starch Solution. Instructions: Put ½ cup of the broth into a large saucepan… Read more

Brown Rice Breakfast Pudding

My mom used to serve a version of this for breakfast—cooked with milk, sugar, and a hint of cinnamon. It is still one of my favorite breakfasts, although now I make a more wholesome version with almond milk and chopped… Read more

Roasted Stuffed Winter Squash

Winter squashes, such as acorn and butternut, can be tricky to work with because their tough skin is hard to peel. Preparing squash this way—stuffed with a savory filling and roasted—puts that sturdy shell to good use. The rice should… Read more

No-Fry Fried Rice

Yum! I love this dish. Top with cilantro and fresh chile and you are good to go! Sometimes I also add Sriracha, because I’m an addict … don’t judge me. Recipe adapted from Carbolicious. Instructions 1) Give your rice a… Read more

Jabba the Hutt Shepherd’s Pie recipes

This delicious vegan shepherd’s pie is going to leave you in awe! And if you’re a Star Wars fan or live with one, then finish it with a potato Jabba the Hutt on top! Instructions: 1. Boil the potatoes: Combine several… Read more

Stuffed Acorn Squash recipes

This acorn squash recipe is no fuss, no oil, and 100 percent delicious. From CleanFoodDirtyGirl Instructions: 1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Halve the squash laterally through the center (rather than through the stem), and scoop out the seeds. 2…. Read more

Winter Vegetable Risotto recipes

Risotto is often hard to mimic as a vegan dish because it calls for lots of Parmesan and butter to create its creamy taste and consistency. This recipe recreates all of that, using a combination of almond milk, tahini, and… Read more

Quinoa with Kale and Roasted Butternut Squash recipes

This is a great lunch or dinner dish no matter what season it is. During the summer, serve it chilled on a bed of greens, and during the winter, serve it at room temperature with a cup of hot soup…. Read more

Green Chile Rice with Black Beans recipes

Black beans are not usually added to this popular Mexican rice dish, but their addition makes it into a one-pot meal. Use whatever beans you have on hand, or leave them out if you want to serve this as a… Read more

Ethiopian Wild Rice Pilaf

Berbere, a spice used in Ethiopian cooking, resembles the spice garam masala from India. It is an unusual blend of spices such as cardamom, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, and fenugreek. You can find it at gourmet spice shops or online (or… Read more

Quinoa Curry Bowl

This quick and easy dish uses “stir-fry” frozen vegetables, along with fresh ginger and garlic. Frozen veggies have come a long way, and they can be a healthy and delicious meal addition. Look for 100% vegetables without any added salt or oil.

Red Beans & Quinoa

I’ve had a version of beans and rice on my dinner menu for as long as I can remember, mostly because it’s always tasty and filling, and I can make it as easy or as complicated as I want it… Read more

Burrito Bowl

This is our latest favorite meal, often enjoyed outside on our deck on a warm evening. I vary the beans, and also the veggies and salsa, so the meal is different every time I serve it. I serve this in… Read more