Reader’s Recipes: 7th Edition
Happy Monday everyone! I hope that yours has been great so far! :) Today we have Janna back with us, as she has created my seitan sausage crumbles. Here’s how she went about making them:
I never follow a recipe exactly, but the “sausage” crumbles are tasty!!!!! I used the gluten flour, veggie stock, salt, garlic powder, crushed red pepper flakes, roasted garlic, and bell pepper blend seasoning. I cooked it like you said, my husband loved it too! I put it on fillo dough crust I made (alternating fillo sheets, olive oil and breadcrumbs) with some mushrooms, peppers, onions and tomatoes.
Sounds and looks absolutely delicious! Thanks again for sharing your awesome take on the vegan sausage pizza.
Have you ever made one of my recipes?
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Reader’s Recipes: 6th Edition!
I skipped this feature last week because my life has been super busy lately, but here we are with another edition of Reader’s recipes! I love this idea, because I love to interact with you as the readers and see what you come up with, or how the recipes turned out for you (quality control ;])!
This week we have another post from Dirty Pans, but she made this vegetarian version of my Curry Lentil Soup by topping it with some Parmesan:
Have I mentioned how much I love soup? It’s the perfect meal. You can put your protein, good fats and complex carbs in, and you can have so many variations it never gets old. With Fall coming, what better meal than a bowl of hearty, healthy soup and an occasional glass of red wine?
This red lentil soup was inspired by the Vegan Yack Attack, who in turn got her inspiration from another vegan site. My version does not have rice, and I garnished with Parmesan cheese, which makes it vegetarian, but not vegan. I hope you try it, it’s truly delicious.
Thanks, Claudia, for trying it out! :D
Have you ever made one of my recipes?
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Reader’s Recipes: 5th Edition!
Because it was a holiday yesterday, I moved this feature to today for just this week. Here we have a great and different rendition of my Spicy Mushroom Tacos with Eggplant Tortillas, and look at that plate, so colorful! This shot comes from Janna at Oh Yeeeeah Drink Koolaid on Flickr.
She prepared them by marinating them in soy sauce much like I did, but pan fried them instead and said that they turned out delicious and NOT SOGGY! Then topped it with fajita mushroom filling and homemade guacamole.
I love having this feature on my blog because it shows people that you can always use a different method for a recipe on here and get nearly the same, tasty result.
Have you ever made any of the recipes from my blog? :)
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Reader’s Recipes: 4th Edition!
This dish is super simple, but the taste is refreshing with the combination of crisp, cool cucumbers and sweet peaches. It’s perfect as a lunch salad of sorts or as a side dish for any summer meal. My lovely friend Amanda made this, using my recipe for a Cucumber Peach salad with Basil and Mint as a reference. Although, she didn’t have fresh herbs on hand, she said it was delicious!
Have you ever made a recipe of mine (send in a link to your blog post of one of my recipes and I’ll post it up here for all to see!)?
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Reader’s Recipes, 3rd Edition!
This week for Reader’s Recipes, we have Mixed Fitness’s version of my Cocoa Hazelnut Banana Pancake Cake! Here’s a lil’ excerpt from his page, and his pictures are great for giving a how-to on how to make them. :)
I came across this recipe for vegan cocoa hazelnut banana pancakes last week and I couldn’t resist making them over the weekend. Mine didn’t look as fancy as the ones in the original recipe, but they still came out tasting great. They aren’t what I’d call healthy, so if you’re not trying to cut calories or if you’re looking for a cheat meal, try them out!
Thanks, Alex, for trying them out and I’m SO glad that you liked them!!
Have you ever made one of my recipes? Send it in to me with a picture or link to your post and I’ll show it on here!
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Reader’s Recipes 2nd Edition!
Good afternoon everyone, I hope that you are all doing fabulously despite the fact that it is Monday. ;) Today, I have for you a reader’s tasty version of my sweet & healthy Pineapple Coleslaw! This is a really great side dish for the spring and summer, and isn’t a heavy and unhealthy slaw that you usually see at get-togethers.
Sweet Salty Spicy’s Version below!
- 16 oz bag coleslaw (if you shred your own cabbage, add 1 grated carrot)
- 1 cup finely chopped pineapple
- 1/2 cup dried cranberries
- 1/4 cup chopped walnuts
- 1/4 cup cider vinegar
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- Salt, pepper to taste
Directions: In a large bowl, mix coleslaw, pineapple, cranberries and walnuts. In a small bowl, whisk vinegar, maple syrup and olive oil. Pour on the salad, add salt and pepper to taste and toss well. Put in the fridge at least 1 hour, overnight is best.
Have you ever made one of my recipes (send me a link!)?
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Good Afternoon, Everyone!
Welcome to the first edition of Reader’s Recipes! I’m super excited to start this feature, and have it happen every Monday (entry quantity permitting). The blog I’d love to share with you today is Dirty Pans, not only has this lovely woman made a recipe of mine, she made three in ONE WEEK! Fabulous!
First Up, she made the Smokey Grilled Veggies Wraps!
Pictured above is her version of my grilled veggie wraps with chipotle cream and avocado, but her version doesn’t use liquid smoke or smoked salt.
Secondly, she made the Creamy Beet Borscht Soup!
In her version of my Beet Soup she oven roasted garlic and onion WITH the beets. YUM! Plus, look at that presentation!
Lastly, are the Black Bean Burgers topped with Guacamole!
So there is the first edition of Reader’s Recipes, I hope you all are inspired but what others can do and realize that ANYONE can make these recipes! So, go on, try some out and send me the info on your post so that I can feature you in the upcoming weeks! <3
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