Here is a video I made for VegNews, demonstrating a hearty vegan burger – the chickpea burger! It’s delicious and filling and can be served anyway you like. Nix the bread and serve over a grain, or you can form the burgers smaller and scoop the up and eat them with green leaves. Enjoy!
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I’ve made this dish before, but think it deserves another spotlight. To me, broccoli is best when it’s soft and swimming in a creamy sauce. This recipe lets me have that experience without feeling weighed down. This is a rich and filling recipe that is vegan and only involves a handful of ingredients.
If you take a well-known experience, like the one that is falafel, and make it healthier, more fun, and decidedly unique without losing deliciousness points, why not do it? This recipe is one of those experiences – it’s falafel with sweet potato that is baked and served with a drizzle of tahini.
Chickpea Burger Hello everyone! Here is a video tutorial on how to make chickpea burgers. The recipe is vegan, but that shouldn’t take away from its taste appeal. Everyone I’ve shared this dish with has raved about it and always requests I make more. Unlike most vegan burgers, its relatively fail proof and easy to [...]
I’m always looking for new ways to make a veggie burger. So far I’ve attempted a brown rice burger and a 100% vegetable burger. With some chickpeas hanging around, I figured the best way to avert the traditional hummus was to make a burger. I was also in the mood for something that was more main-course appropriate. This [...]
Creamy without the cream. No dairy necessary in my version of tomato soup — it’s vegan! The cauliflower base gives the soup a creamy color and a texture that won’t have you missing its moo’ing counterpart. There is also not a lick of oil in this recipe, so it’s great to have for an upset [...]
I’ve set up a twitter account and Facebook page for GlowKitchen, so check them out! Twitter: www.twitter.com/glowkitchen Facebook: www.facebook.com/glowkitchen Follow and Like me And, now to fooooood: From my trip to London this past week, I brought back three sweet potatoes. I used to have sweet potato basically every day when living in the States, [...]
Broccoli is one of my favorite vegetables when cooked. I struggle with it raw, as it comes off as too crunchy and plastic-like. But steamed, sautéed, boiled, baked, or fried and we’ve got ourselves a winner. With the right sauce, or copious amounts of high-quality butter, the flower heads soaks in the flavor of whatever [...]
It may not look like one of the tastiest soups you’ve ever had, but it just may be. This is a popular combination of coconut, lentils, and veggies. The coconut gives the soup a sweet flavor profile despite the warmth and density provided by the other ingredients. It shakes up soup-time a little with a [...]
I remember my first meal in Morocco quite clearly, and for good reason. We had just arrived to our hotel in Tangier and were welcomed to a feast of traditional Moroccan dishes. Atop a round serving dish meant for the table was cooked lamb pieces in a savory, spicy sauce that was accented by sweet [...]