If you can’t find your favorite vegan brand “Just Mayo” in the stores, make your own! While this version from the Veganomicon isn’t as thick and more like the vegan mayonnaise of yesteryear, it’s a bit healthier and easy to make when you’re in a pinch. Plus, you can easily turn it into Thousand Island dressing!
What better way to celebrate the Mexican Army’s victory against the French at the Battle of Puebla, than to make tamales on Cinco de Mayo! If you’re feeling nervous about the whole tamale process, muster some of that soldier courage and try these chipotle vegetable tamales from the Veganomicon—trust me…if I can do it, so can you.
*gluten free *soy free
Ahhhh…oatmeal raisin cookies. If you’re not normally a fan, spoiler alert–this recipe from the Veganomicon won’t win you over. However, if you’re looking for a classic, chewy oatmeal raisin cookie recipe, look no further.
These chickpea cutlets from the Veganomicon MUST be smothered in this red wine roux sauce. The luscious, complex sauce perfectly pairs with the crispy yet tender, half-chickpea, half-seitan cutlets. Another fancy AF dish.