Vegan Jambalaya
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by Jessica Hylton
2h ago
This vegan jambalaya recipe is comfort food Cajun style! Loaded with rice, veggies, and plant-based sausage, this is a hearty meal that’s flavourful and satisfying. Jambalaya is a classic Creole and Cajun dish that originates from Louisiana, and like most Cajun food, it’s known for its big, bold flavours. Traditionally, jambalaya is a one-pot dish consisting of rice, a variety of meats such as sausage, chicken, and seafood, and a blend of vegetables and spices, along with the “Cajun trinity” of onions, bell peppers, and celery.  Like my vegan Cajun chicken pasta and dirty rice recipe, t ..read more
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Buckwheat Pancakes
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by Jessica Hylton
4d ago
These vegan buckwheat pancakes are light and fluffy, with a slightly nutty flavour that sets them apart from traditional pancakes. Stack them tall and pour on the syrup! Despite the “wheat” in its name, buckwheat is not a type of wheat at all! It’s actually a seed from a plant related to rhubarb. Because it’s not really wheat, it’s naturally gluten-free, and it adds different qualities to foods when you use it in recipes. Take these buckwheat pancakes! They have a unique nutty, earthy flavour, a texture that’s both hearty and light, and a deeper colour than typical vegan pancakes. Why You’ll ..read more
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Quick Pickled Red Onions
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by Jessica Hylton
1w ago
In just 10 minutes, you can make a batch of quick pickled red onions to add to burgers, tacos, and more. They’re sweet, tangy, and a welcome pop of flavour for so many meals! Yes, quick pickled red onions are delicious, but before we get into that, can we talk about that pink? It’s stunning and it makes me want to put these on everything. But if the colour doesn’t convince you, the taste absolutely will.  Quick pickled red onions have a sweet tang, the onions are softened a bit, but they still have a tender crunch, and they are absolutely amazing on everything. I guarantee you’ll f ..read more
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Mango Mojito
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by Jessica Hylton
1w ago
Get your party started with this mango mojito recipe! They’re easy to make in a blender, with only 6 ingredients—perfect for parties, get togethers and barbecues! These mango mojitos are soooo darn good. Mango + mint + lime = a magical combination. Plus, this mango mojito recipe makes enough for you AND your friends, and it can be made ahead of time. Trust me, you’ll want to make this over and over all summer long. (But don’t forget to add these watermelon mojitos to your summer agenda too!) Why You’ll Love This Mango Mojito Recipe I mean: mango! Need I say more? The mango not only adds swe ..read more
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Scotch Bonnet Pepper Hot Sauce
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by Jessica Hylton
2w ago
This Scotch bonnet pepper hot sauce will blow your mind—and your taste buds! It’s absolutely worth making your own hot sauce at home when it tastes this good.  Scotch bonnets are Caribbean hot peppers that are 40 times hotter than jalapeños on the Scoville scale. (That’s not a typo—four-zero, FORTY times hotter!) We Jamaicans love them in Jamaican rice and peas and jerk dishes, like my jerk tofu, so naturally, they were my pepper of choice when I wanted to try to make my own hot sauce. Which is how this Scotch bonnet pepper sauce came to be! Why You’ll Love This Scotch Bonnet Hot S ..read more
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Gnocchi Soup
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by Jessica Hylton
3w ago
Who needs noodles?! Gnocchi soup replaces the pasta with pillowy gnocchi for delicious results. With kale, veggies, and lots of herbs and garlic, this easy soup recipe is packed with flavour. Now, don’t get me wrong—I do love soup with noodles, like my Thai coconut curry soup. But somehow gnocchi makes a soup SO much more exciting. I don’t know if it’s the novelty of gnocchi in soup instead of noodles or their irresistible texture, but gnocchi soup is totally worth getting excited about. I also love that this is a soup you can make a meal out of. With the gnocchi, vegan chicken, and loads of ..read more
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Homemade Pecan Butter
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by Jessica Hylton
3w ago
Homemade pecan butter requires only 10 minutes of time and 4 simple ingredients—who knew it was so easy?! You’ll never get store-bought again. There are some homemade versions of store-bought foods that you make once, enjoy a sense of accomplishment, but realize you will never make again because it was TOO much work. Pecan butter (and almond butter) is not one of them. Friends, this recipe is easy as can be and this homemade pecan butter is worth it in every single way. I’m kind of obsessed with how delicious it is. I’ve been putting it in my oatmeal, on toast, and using it in pretty much ev ..read more
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Gnocchi Recipe
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by Jessica Hylton
1M ago
This vegan gnocchi recipe is pillowy soft and perfect for adding your favourite sauce, floating in soup, or baking on a sheet pan with veggies. It’s also budget-friendly! I wanted to share a recipe for gnocchi soup here, but then I realized that while I’ve made cauliflower gnocchi before, I’ve never posted a traditional vegan gnocchi recipe. Clearly it was time to remedy that! Gnocchi is usually made with egg, but after some experimentation, I realized it doesn’t need the egg at all—and it doesn’t even need a vegan egg substitute either. Just russet potatoes, along with a short list of ..read more
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Taco Bake
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by Jessica Hylton
1M ago
This easy vegan taco bake recipe has everything you love about tacos in the form of a casserole! With layers of seasoned taco meat, plant-based cheese, and tortillas, this one’s sure to please the whole family. Taco Night is always the best night of the week, but sometimes I want to switch things up a little bit and make my tacos in a different form, whether it’s taco salad, taco pasta, or this easy taco bake. Basically, this taco bake is like a layered taco casserole, or maybe even a taco pie since you cut it into slices. It’s a whole new way to get your Taco Tuesday fix! Why You’ll Love Th ..read more
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Peanut Butter Ramen
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by Jessica Hylton
1M ago
Throw away that seasoning packet! Peanut butter ramen is the best way to put instant ramen noodles to use. Instead of salty broth, these ramen noodles are tossed in a sweet-and-savory peanut sauce. Delicious! You will never eat instant ramen any other way after trying this peanut butter ramen recipe. Friends, it is divine! Just like these Thai peanut noodles, you can use this recipe as a base and add your favorite vegetables and plant proteins to make it a complete meal. This is a recipe that proves that even if you’re eating on a budget, you don’t have to sacrifice flavour! Why You’ll Love ..read more
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