Creamy Coconut Kidney Bean Soup

This Caribbean inspired vegan kidney bean soup recipe is creamy, savory, and spicy goodness. It is an easy, hearty vegan soup that’s perfect for winter. Kidney beans, coconut milk, chiles, thyme, bay leaves and lime juice help create warming comfort in your bowl. In less than 30 minutes, you’ll have dinner ready to go! I love making soup, because I really love soup. You could … Continue reading Creamy Coconut Kidney Bean Soup

Vegan Caribbean Papaya Stew

Stoba is a popular stew from Curacao, which may include green papaya, beef, pork tail or goat. Also popular in Aruba and Bonaire, it is a hearty mainstay on the ABC islands. Taking inspiration from Curacao’s stoba, I put together a vegan papaya stew recipe that is rich in flavor and hearty. While some recipes for stoba incorporate green papaya (unripened), I used a ripe … Continue reading Vegan Caribbean Papaya Stew

Vegan Ceviche Hearts of Palm

Hearts of Palm Ceviche

Eaten all across Latin America and the Caribbean, ceviche is a popular seafood appetizer.  It often involves raw fish, citrus, cilantro and chiles. It is commonly enjoyed on its own or with tortilla chips. But there are culture differences in ingredients and preparation. While there are some vegan seafood products on the U.S. market, they tend to veer towards being breaded and frozen.  When you … Continue reading Hearts of Palm Ceviche

Jerk Jackfruit

This vegan jerk jackfruit recipe could not be easier! You mix canola oil, spices, salt and young jackfruit in a bowl, and then, grill it. It tastes awesome alongside Slow Cooker Kidney Beans and Coconut Brown Rice. I also like to add a little homemade mango salsa! To make fresh mango salsa, chop up 1 mango, a handful of cilantro, 1 scallion, and 1-½ jalapeño … Continue reading Jerk Jackfruit