Just in time for the holidays, we have a vegetarian twist on the traditional French cassoulet! Traditional cassoulets are made with white beans and meat confit, sausages, etc. but we are far from traditional here at Vegiholic!
Artichokes may be a winter flower bud but with all of its health and skin benefits, it’s a Vegiholic favorite for your upcoming summer bod!
Can we just talk about my new found love for Ramen and how much money I’ve spent Postmating it? UNTIL NOW. It’s great for a sick day, a rainy day, a hungover day or a SunDAY. Or, any day. Don’t get it twisted – Vegiholic Ramen is nothing like that 99 cent crap that’s high in fat and…
When you thought by being a Vegiholic you couldn’t have French Onion Soup (that actually TASTES like French Onion Soup), you were wrong. Proof? We even fooled a meat-eater. For your next dinner party, create this appetizer and watch your guests question if you are still a vegetarian.
…But it doesn’t have to be a Tuesday to devour this taco trio! With Superbowl Sunday a few weeks away, you can create a filling, light, and balanced taco buffet for the Vegiholics in your life.
I wanted to do a fun zucchini/squash “noodle” recipe to share when I got my new VEGGIE BULLET. (Shoutout, and I’ll tell you why…)
Cauliflower ‘steaks’ are an easy and delicious main dish that requires minimal prep. Serve with a small side of angel hair or lentils for a vegetarian entree that will have those meat-eaters drooling with envy! They can also be served as a family-style shared appetizer.
What is ‘Sicilianesca’ Sauce? Don’t try to google it, yes, you read it correctly. Sicilianesca is what happens when a Siciliana sauce and a Puttanesca sauce have a vegetarian love child (READ: NO ANCHOVIES). It requires a little bit of prep but, for me, that’s the fun part! Turn on some tunes and enjoy the art…