From Mexican to Japanese 6 International Vegan Recipes
Today we have 6 international vegan recipes for you good to make a weeknight dinner fun. It will not get boring this week. Try every day another one and enjoy the variety. Maybe some of them will get a new favorite?
They are absolutely delicious and tasty and with all the good ingredients even very healthy. All made with whole food and vegetables. Some spicy, but you can adjust to your taste. the Sushi roll recipe is with shrimps which can be skipped, use vegetables like Avocado and cucumber instead.
All recipes are created with passion and love.
6 International Vegan Recipes from Mexican to Japanese
1.Vegetable Quesadillas (Vegan Quesadillas)
I love Mexican food and vegetable quesadillas is one of my favorites. But since the traditional quesadillas has cheese as the major component, I had been missing out on this food for the last few months. But as they say- necessity is the mother of invention and I kept wondering what could be a good substitute for the cheese. Then one day as I picked up almond butter from Whole Foods the idea dawned on me. I couldn’t wait to try it. !
I tried it and it came out absolutely delicious.! I make this regularly now for lunch for myself along with a green smoothie. Yum.
Now about these patties what can I say? Adding beets made them even more delicious – that tinge of sweetness combined with the heat from the spices makes it just perfectly tasting! These patties really have a perfect texture too – crispy on the outside with the breadcrumb coating and then soft on the inside with the potato and vegetable mixture. Hmm Hmm Good. Who needs ketchup?. Best part was that the kids gobbled them up so fast and did not even notice there were ‘yucky’ vegetables in them! 🙂Click here
3.Roasted Red Pepper Guacomole (Red Pepper Avocado dip)
Want a quick and easy dip that is sure to please everyone at your party? You cannot go wrong with this one! This is easy and yet ‘dynamite’! Hot halopeno balanced with the sweetness of the roasted red peppers and mixed with creamy smooth avocado! It tastes best as a chunky dip – so even better right? No need to blend! LOL! 15 minutes is what it takes to make this one and it has become a mandatory dip at all my parties due to popular demand! I always make it at the fag end of all my cooking (for the party) as it hardly takes time plus that way it will stay fresh as the crowd starts pouring in!
Only one word of caution – Make a really big batch as everyone will be on this one and before you know it you will have an empty bowl! 🙂 Click here
Quinoa, pronounced as ‘kin wah’ is not a true grain but is high in protein and is also gluten-free. Hence it has become sort of the new rage because it provides a great option for folks who are on gluten free diets. It is a good source of dietary fiber and phosphorus and is high in magnesium and iron. Quinoa is also a source of calcium, and thus is useful for vegans and those who are lactose intolerant. For more info, check this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quinoa Recipe :Quinoa Upma (Quinoa South Indian style)