A vegan BLT? Oh yes, you can! Smoky eggplant bacon, lettuce and tomatoes get topped with a spicy sriracha cashew mayo in this vegan spin on the classic.
This vegetarian taco casserole includes a hearty three-bean filling, layers of veggies and crunchy tortilla chips and, of course, plenty of cheese.
Crispy tofu is the best tofu! And spicy tofu is even better. Serve these Buffalo tofu wings with creamy ranch dipping sauce for the perfect game day snack.
There’s no sausage–or faux sausage–here! Mushrooms, carrots, and onions replace the meat in this vegetarian remake of the classic Southern breakfast.
Making seafood substitutes at home can be a little tricky, but this vegan version of tuna salad comes pretty close to the real thing. Hello tuna salad sandwiches!
This vegetarian take on General Tso’s Chicken features pan-fried seitan and crunchy broccoli, covered in a sweet (but not too sweet) sauce.
These veggie-and-cheese kebabs are marinated in and basted with a fresh and tangy chermoula sauce—perfect for a summery weeknight meal.
With smoky tempeh, crispy pan-fried quinoa, and black beans, this meatless spin on Cuban fried rice is packed with protein and flavor. It’s also the perfect way to use up leftover quinoa!
Homemade vegan doughnuts topped with a rich chocolate glaze and crispy coconut bacon. Smoky, sweet, and totally addictive – you can’t eat just one!
Chipotle Peach BBQ Sauce adds a sweet-and-spicy twist to these vegetarian sloppy joes. And yes, farro replaces the ground beef!
Chopped raw walnuts have a mild flavor and crumbly texture that makes them a great substitute for ground beef. We used them to give this Asian-inspired stuffed eggplant recipe a meatless makeover!
Most vegetarian Pad Thai recipes are really just glorified peanut noodles. We love peanut noodles, but they’re not Pad Thai! Our version is a restaurant-style Pad Thai, made without the fish sauce.
Beer isn’t just for drinking! It’s also for marinating. These flavorful Grilled Mushroom Tacos are topped with a crunchy pepita relish and spicy vegan crema, making them a meatless dinner that will satisfy just about anyone.
This vegetarian spin on firecracker take-out features crunchy baked cauliflower in place of chicken or shrimp. Serve over rice and drizzle with a sweet and spicy homemade chili sauce for a dish that rivals any restaurant.
This spicy Jamaican Chickpea Stew comes together in under 30 minutes! Serve it over brown rice or your favorite whole grain for a delicious weeknight dinner.
Comfort food doesn’t get much better than Smoked Cheddar Mac & Cheese. But then it did because we topped it with Baked BBQ Tofu to make a meatless version of Noodles & Company’s BBQ Pork Mac & Cheese.
Homemade Thai veggie burgers topped with sweet carrot-and-cucumber pickles and a creamy red curry sauce. So much flavor in every bite!
Our meatless version of Tandoori chicken features a spicy whole-roasted head of cauliflower, Indian-spiced quinoa for serving, and a creamy yogurt sauce to tame the heat. This is a dinner that’s sure to impress!
Take your portabella burgers to the next level by basting them with a red wine reduction and serving them on grilled focaccia. So fancy!
Pho in 30 minutes? Yes, it’s possible! We use a simple ginger broth as the base for this vegetarian version of pho and instead of sliced meat, we serve it with sautéed shiitake mushrooms.
Our vegetarian version of gyros replaces the meat with marinated grilled veggies and the tzatziki with a dairy-free Creamy Cucumber Dill Sauce. They might not be authentic, but they’re so delicious, you won’t care!
We made Everyday Food’s Southwestern Chicken Wraps meatless by swapping out the chicken for cumin roasted sweet potatoes. Bonus: if you double the sweet potatoes and black beans, you can repurpose the leftovers in tacos, burritos, or salads later in the week.
Ahh, classic Eggs Benedict. A perfect poached egg perched atop a crisp, buttery English muffin. Lemony, creamy Hollandaise sauce smothering the top; a slice of ham or bacon sandwiched somewhere there in the middle. Wait, what? Cue screeching brake noise. This is a vegetarian blog! Well, good thing! Because today, we’ve got a meatless version…
Chicken Tetrazzini is one of those deliciously retro casseroles that has stood the test of time. We might not be making Wieneroni or Ham and Bananas Hollandaise anymore, but everyone’s mom still makes Chicken Tetrazzini. It’s a classic! A classic that is not horrifying! In case you haven’t had Chicken Tetrazzini before, it’s a pasta-based…