Grilled Barbecue Soy Curl Quesadillas

This super easy vegan quesadilla recipe brings grilling and soy curls together. BBQ sauce, soy curls, green peppers, red pepper, red onion and a healthy amount of gooey vegan cheese sandwiched between two flour tortillas grilled to perfection. Serve it with vegan classic coleslaw. It tastes like an American cookout in a quesadilla. So good! I opted for a bottled barbecue sauce to save on … Continue reading Grilled Barbecue Soy Curl Quesadillas

Vegan Tortilla Soup

This vegan tortilla soup recipe is all about the corn flavor. Corn tortillas are cut into strips, fried, simmered in the soup’s broth, and then, completely pulverized by a blender. The result is an intense corn flavor that announces, “This is tortilla soup!” Because tortilla soup often involves chicken, replacing it with soy curls was a no brainer. Soy curls basically taste like nothing. Their … Continue reading Vegan Tortilla Soup

Vegan Al Pastor

Al pastor blends the Lebanese technique for making shawarma with Mexican cuisine—chilies, pork, and pineapple. Traditionally, marinaded pork is grilled on a vertical spit, thinly sliced, and served on tacos, burritos, gringas, tortas and more. For this vegan al pastor recipe, there had to be some creativity involved, because there isn’t anything in the vegan world (as of the writing of this post) that can … Continue reading Vegan Al Pastor

Soy Curl Dish

Vegan Street Corn Skillet with Soy Curls

This vegan skillet recipe with soy curls is inspired by Mexican street corn. While there are many preparations of street corn, many Americans think of it as grilled corn slathered in a delicious, creamy sauce. With sweet corn, red potatoes, and soy curls, this is one hearty vegan skillet meal. Topping this skillet with chipotle mayo, brings the flavors all together. It’s creamy, smoky and … Continue reading Vegan Street Corn Skillet with Soy Curls

Buffalo Soy Curls Wrap

For years, one of my favorite snacks was Health Is Wealth’s Buffalo Wings.  Pure, unadulterated vegan junk food.  And OMG, the seasoning and the amazing texture!  At some point, all my natural grocers stopped carrying them and I can only surmise they were discontinued. Years later, I would find myself at Veggie Grill, a fast casual vegan restaurant that has proliferated across the U.S.  The … Continue reading Buffalo Soy Curls Wrap

Soy Curl Tetrazzini Primavera

Tetrazzini is an American pasta dish named after an opera singer.  It involves a cheesy sauce, some kind of meat (usually chicken or tuna), and some vegetables.  When I was a kid, I thought it sounded very classy.   This vegan chicken tetrazzini recipe is built around a delicious cashew cream sauce.  White wine, raw cashews, nutritional yeast, dijon mustard, lemon and garlic create the perfect … Continue reading Soy Curl Tetrazzini Primavera

Vegan Sweet Corn Soup with Coconut Milk

Coconut Corn Soup with Soy Curls

This vegan coconut corn soup recipe is what happens when I spend time learning about Guam’s corn soup, have Latin flavors on my mind, and am in the mood for soy curls. Coconut milk, cilantro, lime juice, ground cumin, rubbed sage, and a good amount of garlic make it oh so tasty. This recipe cooks up fast. After only 15 minutes of simmering on the … Continue reading Coconut Corn Soup with Soy Curls

Slow Cooker White Sweet Potato, Sweet Corn and Green Plantain Stew with Cilantro and Lime

Sancocho is a Latin American stew, which can be found in Puerto Rico, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Columbia, Peru, Venezuela, and a number of other countries.  It is often a stew of celebration.  Traditionally, it is made with a variety of meats and root vegetables. Many say the secret to a delicious sancocho is allowing it to cook for a very, very long time. Some even say … Continue reading Slow Cooker White Sweet Potato, Sweet Corn and Green Plantain Stew with Cilantro and Lime

Paprikash Soy Curls

Soy Curl Paprikash

This is yet another revision of this vegan paprikash recipe. Now, it is gluten free and eliminates the prepackaged vegan sour cream. There’s also a richer, creamier sauce made with silken tofu, raw cashews, lemon juice and more. This is still the kind of meal that you want to serve over egg-less ribbon noodles, mashed potatoes, millet, rice or with some hearty bread, but it’s … Continue reading Soy Curl Paprikash