I am a fool for pickled red onions! I use this pickled red onion recipe at least weekly as I like to always have a jar of them in the refrigerator. Pickled red onions are an asset to so many vegan recipes. I add them to my avocado toast in the morning, my burritos at lunch time and my tacos at dinner. You think I’m kidding, but I’ll take any opportunity I can find to eat them!
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This roasted tomato compote with fresh basil recipe is pure gold. The combination of slow roasted fresh tomatoes in plenty of olive oil with a handful of fresh basil will make your taste buds sing. I like to spread it on home olive sourdough or add it as a topping to crispy vegan polenta cakes.
Have you ever made pickled red onions? This simple condiment will transform your tacos, I swear! And don’t stop there. With this quick pickled vegetable recipe, you can pickle a variety of vegetables, including pickled carrots, cauliflower, green beans and…of course…cucumbers!
Roasted pepitas (or roasted pumpkin seeds) are a staple in my house. With one simple recipe, we have a topping for everything from vegan tacos, to soups to salads and desserts. In this post, I’ll talk about the nutritional benefits of pumpkin seeds as well as sharing a simple method of how to make roasted pumpkin seeds at home.
This vegan taco bar includes a variety of taco topping recipes that are healthy, easy and designed for a crowd! Spicy red lentils and roasted cauliflower serve as the main ingredients, while homemade fresh tomato salsa, avocado crema, corn salsa, toasted pumpkin seeds and quick pickled red onions make this vegan taco bar the best vegan dinner option ever!