Vegan White GravyBy Chef by StepThe fat from the soy creamer gives this gravy a mouth-watering taste. Neeps and TattiesBy Chef by StepNeeps and tatties are a classic Scottish side-dish. Neeps, also called swedes or rutabegas, are a wonderfully buttery tuber with an interesting orange color. Tatties are simply potatoes! Vegan Haggis PieBy Chef by StepHaggis, the national dish of Scotland, is the last thing you might expect to find veganized. We can fully capture the flavor of haggis by keeping the traditional ingredients of oats, barley, onions, and spices. The notorious organ meats can be replaced with mushrooms for a much improved meal!Quick and Hot Chinese Stir FryBy Chef by StepThree ingredients give a stir-fry a distinctly Chinese flavor: garlic, scallions, and ginger. I put this trio on a variety of quick and casual dinners, and it always produces a great flavor! This recipe combines those three ingredients with soy sauce, a sweetener, and hot chili flakes to create a sticky Chinese glaze. Vegan Empanadas with Quick Corn DoughBy Chef by StepWant empanadas but don't have all night to let your dough sit? This crusty corn dough is ready for use immediately.
If you prefer wheat over corn flour, try our other empanada recipe, Empanadas with Tender Wheat Pastry. Vegan Empanadas with Tender Wheat PastryBy Chef by StepThe star of this recipe is the flaky, easy-to-crimp dough from Viva Vegan! The flavor and texture of this dough is so good, you'll wonder if you're not at a professional bakery. Like most good pastry, the most important ingredient is time. This dough needs to be left to chill for at least four hours!
For a fast empanada without the wait time, you can try making it with the crusty corn dough from this recipe. I prefer the wheat version, but if you're in a hurry the corn dough is excellent!Vegan Chocolate CheesecakeBy Chef by StepThe star of this recipe is the cheesecake batter. Only four ingredients, but it has a bitter-sweet, rich flavor that makes you pause while eating to enjoy it. The texture is also excellent. It is stiff enough to hold bubbles and resemble a creamy cheesecake, but without all that animal fat! If you're not in the mood to make a crust, pouring this batter into tiny dessert cups with some berries on top wouldn't go amiss. Vegan Chocolate CakeBy Chef by StepHow do you make a cake without eggs? This delicious recipe uses a surprising substitute: avocados! The taste of the avocado disappears, but it imparts a wonderfully moist texture to the cake. Red Thai Bean ChilliBy Chef by Step Take an ordinary bean chili recipe and ad Red Thai Curry Paste to create an amazing flavor!