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Tag: Vegan Spring Recipes

  • Artichoke, Fennel and Farro Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

    Artichoke, Fennel and Farro Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

    This is an easy recipe for vegan artichoke, fennel and farro salad with lemon vinaigrette. It’s super tasty for lunch, a light meal, or as a side dish. Enjoy this fennel and artichoke salad right after mixing it together or after it’s chilled in the refrigerator. A few things… Enjoy! And check out more UVK […]

  • Vegan Panzanella Primavera

    Especially popular in Tuscany and Umbria, panzanella salad is usually composed of stale bread, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, fresh basil and an olive oil and vinegar dressing. Most people think of it as a summer dish. Inspired by this Italian bread salad, this spring vegan panzanella salad recipe uses broiled asparagus, arugula, lemon, cherry tomatoes and […]

  • Carrot Artichoke Tortellini with Garlic Butter Arugula

    This vegan tortellini recipe is a fresh spin on the classic Italian pasta. The vegan tortellini filling uses grilled marinated artichokes, finely chopped carrots and fresh parsley. No nuts. No tofu. No soy. If you positively love artichokes, this is the one for you! Vegan wonton wrapper tortellini? Yes, it can be that easy to […]

  • 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 […]

  • Spinach, Wild Mushroom and Pea Gnocchi

    I made vegan gnocchi for the first time in college.  It was during the time I was studying the Italian language, and it was an epic fail.  My gnocchi were too wet, and fell apart in the water.  The ones that didn’t fall apart clumped together on the bottom in one big, oddly shaped ball. […]

  • Watermelon Radish Slaw

    This easy vegan red cabbage and watermelon radish slaw recipe is acidic, sweet and slightly bitter in a pleasing way. It’s a delightful salad of very thinly sliced apples, watermelon radishes, red cabbage, carrots and scallions with a classic coleslaw dressing with celery seed and apple cider vinegar. This recipe serves 4. Watermelon radishes are […]

  • Vegan Spinach Frittata with Fresh Herbs

    Kuku sabzi is essentially a Persian frittata. It’s heavy on the herbs and greens, but light on the eggs. Traditionally, it’s served at Persian New Year. This vegan spinach frittata recipe is inspired by the classic Iranian dish, kuku sabzi.  Who doesn’t love the idea of a frittata that is more parts leafy greens? Fresh dill, […]

  • Lemon Artichoke Asparagus Soup

    This vegan lemon artichoke asparagus soup recipe was inspired by the springtime flavors of two places I hold dear, California’s Monterey Bay and the U.S.’s Pacific Northwest. For a time, we lived close to California’s Monterey Bay.  After a long day of hiking, we would stop off at one of the roadside farms for fried […]

  • Carrot Fennel Soup

    This vegan carrot fennel soup recipe is spicy in a warming way from the ras el hanout, bright from the lemon juice, savory from the fennel bulb, and a bit sweet from the carrots. All in all, it uses few ingredients, cooks up fast, and is very easy to make. And best of all, it […]

  • Lemon Tahini Kale Salad with Toasted Pita

    Fattoush is a Levantine salad of toasted or fried pieces of pita bread mixed with greens, veggies, and a dressing with sumac and/or pomegranate molasses. Inspired by fattoush, this vegan lemon tahini kale salad recipe has crispy, toasted pita bread, a homemade lemon tahini dressing, massaged kale, crunchy cucumbers, radishes and red bell pepper and […]

  • Golden Beet Soup

    Slavic people love borscht, and thus, there’s so many ways to make it. Taking inspiration from the classic soup, this is one tasty, easy vegan golden beet soup recipe with fresh dill, leeks and potatoes. Why golden beets instead of red beets? Because golden beets are little less sweet than red beets. They’re mellower. And […]