If you are overwhelmed with all the zucchini, now look no further than these dairy free zucchini “ravioli.” Zucchini “noodles” wrapped around a tofu ricotta filling and baked with tomato sauce make for a quick, delicious, and lighter dinner perfect for those who are dairy and gluten free. Have at it y’all!
Part of my favorite tasks as a food blogger is making a lighter take on some of my favorite childhood classics. Now, don’t get me wrong: I love a ravioli as much as the next person. However, when y’all asked me on Instagram to make a gluten free/dairy free take on this cheesy classic, I was ready for the challenge.
So let’s have at it!
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As the weather gets cooler (maybe not for a long time), all I keep thinking about is this Vegan Gambian Peanut Chickpea Stew. Based on a groundnut stew called Domoda from Gambia, it is the perfect quick, plant-based weeknight meal especially for those fall chilly nights. Plus, the leftovers get better as they sit. We love that
Originally posted in January 2017. Updated with cultural context + photos
If you have been following me on Instagram or reading my recipes, I think y’all recognize that I LOVE me a good stew. Even in the summer, when everyone else just wants salad or some grilled chicken, I say bring on those roasty toasty kind of meals. Those meals that taste good sitting in fridge for a couple of days, the spices all mulling about for and playing off of each other. Those meals where you enjoy them more sitting in your leggings crossed legged on the couch with your fav blanket. Oh yeah.
It gets me tickled just THINKING about it.
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A dairy free take on your favorite summer salad. This Vegan Caprese Pasta Salad is the perfect minimal cook meal for these hot summer nights! Fresh tomatoes, basil, and vegan mozzarella tossed with balsamic vinegar and olive oil combined together in this easy dish. It is the flipping best combo have for a main meal or on the side of your BBQ.
Are you craving fresh, easy dinnertime recipes this summer? Me, too. This Caprese pasta salad recipe is just the ticket! This recipe has been one of my favorites for the past few weeks, but it is so delicious I cannot even handle it.
This pasta recipe really straddles the line between “pasta dish” and “pasta salad,” since it’s great whether you serve the noodles warm or cold. And y’all know I love a good pasta dish! It’s made simply with pasta, lots of cherry tomatoes, mozzarella, fresh basil and olive oil.
Oh ya know I’m excited
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Everything Bagel White Bean Dip is the best little twist on your favorite bean based dip! Creamy white beans blended with sesame oil and plenty of spices, it is the best little appetizer for your next party!
I mean, y’all know I love a dip. Especially a bean based or hummus dip. I am one of those freaks who will actually eat a bowl of dip for lunch and call it a day. But combining my favorite type of bagel with my favorite dip of all time?
Oh yes. We are doing that.
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Chia pudding is one of my favorite summer breakfasts and this Rose and Hibiscus Tea Chia Pudding hits the spot! Delicate floral notes simmered into creamy nondairy milk, this chia pudding is the perfect breakfast with all of your favorite fruits.
It is hot outside! So let’s uncook everything, shall we?
It just hit 100 degrees here in Philly. The LAST thing I want to eat when it is this hot out is something warm, especially for breakfast. However, this tea infused chia pudding is the one thing I will turn my stove on for because it is just that GOOD.
Don’t worry. It’s only for five minutes.
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Honestly, leftover rice is one of those foods that I am just always at a loss. I love rice and it never tastes quite the same after a few days in the fridge. But almost on accident, I have found a little hack that will make your rice come back to life: Ochazuke or green tea rice. It is so easy to prepare (we’re talking less than 5 minutes, but comes packed full of flavor!
Time to give those leftovers an upgrade!
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Indian food has always been my favorite and this dairy free palak paneer might be my favorite dish yet! Marinated tofu cubes become an easy substitute for paneer and are submerged in a delicious spinach and coconut sauce. Say hello to your favorite new weeknight meal that will put takeout to shame!
Who said the healthiest recipes had to be salad? Seriously?
Because, you guys, we are heading into the home stretch of winter! And I know you are struggling to keep up with those New Year’s resolutions that you cannot bear to have another plate of cold vegetables. Let’s be real, the saddest thing to be ever said about a meal is it is another plate of cold vegetables.
Except I am a total freak and love me a good crudite platter. No? Whatever, more cold veggies for me!
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It’s summertime and I’m ready to eat my weight in Vegan Queso Dip! Dairy and nut free, it comes together in 15 minutes and is the perfect addition to your summer party. Get on it!
It’s here! A queso for the ages.
To be honest, I never really LOVED queso, mostly because in college, I felt so gross after eating it. I mean, jarred cheese always sounds good in theory until you eat the entire jar yourself. Lactose intolerance for ya! However, after making this Vegan Queso Dip, I promise to convert even the queso skeptics into LOVERS.
Because The Cutting Veg is for queso lovers.
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Tofu scramble gets a bad rap, but the best Curried Tofu Scramble is the way to make tofu scramble sound so darn delicious. Tofu is dusted in curry and cumin and crisped up in a cast iron pan. It is the perfect breakfast or lunch for a busy weekday or for weekend brunch!
Tofu scramble used to intimidate me… I know that sounds absolutely ridiculous but hear me out. Tofu is one of those ingredients that I love, but I feel a lot of people are skeptical of the bland taste and funny texture. Therefore, it is up to me to try and convince you that you can make tofu taste delicious. And y’all, this Curried Tofu Scramble might take the cake. It is full of both flavor and crispy bits.
Who doesn’t like crispy goodness?
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