By Ali Slagle
Roasted Broccoli Grain Bowl With Nooch Dressing
David Malosh for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Simon Andrews.
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This nutty, savory and deeply satisfying — not to mention vegan — grain bowl stands out because of a stellar sauce made of nutritional yeast (also known as “nooch”), lemon, mustard and garlic powder that provides umami, brightness and spunk. The sauce works especially well on roasted brassicas like broccoli, cauliflower and brussels sprouts, likely because the combination is reminiscent of broccoli-Cheddar soup. Keep a jar of the stuff on hand for grain bowls on demand. (It keeps for three days in the fridge.) Cook any cold-weather vegetables, use any leftover grains, incorporate any crunch, and maybe even add dill, apples or celery for freshness. The sauce will tie it all together.
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Udon is a stick-to-your-ribs noodle. So plump and satisfying. Soaks up flavor really nicely, so I love to toss them in this gingery, coconut-y curry sauce and let it do its thing! If you can find already-cooked udon, that makes this recipe even easier.
from I Can Cook Vegan by Isa Chandra Moskowitz
Vegan fish broth can be prepared from dried kombu algae and mushrooms. If the sea flavour is too mild, you can add Wakame algae. For other sophisticated dishes like this one, check out Sebastian Copien's cookbook The Vegan Cooking School (only available in German).This vegan recipe provided courtesy of Sebastian Copien's German-published cookbook Die Vegane Kochschule.
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BONE-IN MOUTH WATERING VEGAN RIBS (washed flour seitan)
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This is definitely going to be one of my favorite MOUTH-WATERING vegan ribs recipes. It might be a lot of work for those who don't like washed flour method or are impatient as you need to have long break intervals. What I can promise you is that this is one flavourful vegan beef ribs recipe you will ever try to make (washed flour Seitan beef ribs)
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Michael Trabert's recipe
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