We’re always trying to find new ways to cook with food.
Whether it’s a vegan egg benedict, a vegan lasagna, or a vegan cheesecake, we’ve always found some way to incorporate vegan cuisine into our cooking repertoire.
But how do you make something that’s so simple and delicious, but still packs so much flavor into your meals?
The vegan brunch is a great way to start, as it’s easy to prepare and so delicious, too.
In this episode, we talk about what it means to make a vegan brunch and how you can get started.
How to Make a Vegan Brunch Recipe #1 Make the Vegan Brush Recipe Ingredients: 2 cups shredded lettuce 1/4 cup shredded tomato 1/2 cup green onion 1 tablespoon chopped celery salt 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion powder 1/3 teaspoon chili powder 1 cup of frozen corn kernels (we used frozen corn chips) 1/8 cup of olive oil 1 tablespoon coconut aminos or coconut milk 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 1 tablespoon water 1/5 teaspoon cinnamon or cloves 1/1 teaspoon salt (optional) Directions: Wash and drain the lettuce.
Slice the tomatoes.
Cut the green onion into strips.
In a medium bowl, mix the shredded lettuce, tomato, and green onion.
Add the salt, cumin, garlic powder, onion powder, chili powder, and chili powder to the mixture.
Mix the coconut amino, coconut milk, apple cider, and water together.
Add 1/6 teaspoon of cinnamon or a little pepper and mix until well combined.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
(If you’re using frozen corn, add the coconut milk and corn chips to the bowl.)
Drizzle the coconut water mixture onto the lettuce, and mix with your hands until evenly coated.
You may want to brush the salad with a little olive oil and water before putting it in the oven.
Serve immediately, or refrigerate overnight.
Vegan Braggart #2 Vegan Braggers are great brunch food that are simple to make and serve with all kinds of flavors.
This vegan brunch recipe is perfect for busy weeknights or any time you want to add a little more flavor and texture to your brunch.
The perfect way to serve these vegan braggarts is with a spoonful of fresh avocado or avocado crema, and a side of homemade crema.
Recipe Notes: Use a vegetable peeler to remove the seeds and seeds from the avocado.
Vegan braggart recipes do not contain soy.
The egg benefits are vegan, too, but you can make these vegan with non-dairy eggs.
If you’re not vegan, you can substitute any non-gmo, plant-based ingredients you want.
You can also omit the egg if you’d like.
Vegan brunch ingredients: avocado creme (vegan, almond-flavored), crema (vegetarian, coconut-based), fresh mint, fresh avocado, fresh lemon, fresh tomato, fresh cilantro, fresh basil, fresh sage, dried basil, vegan margarine, coconut amina, coconut oil, vegan cheese, vegan egg, vegan cream cheese, non-GMO dairy-free eggs, vegan eggs, fresh corn, frozen corn Chips: vegan chips, vegan creme, vegan avocado crems, vegan chips with creme filling, vegan salad dressings, vegan cheesecakes, vegan vegan cheeseburgers, vegan burgers, vegan breakfast sandwiches, vegan quiche, vegan pasta, vegan chicken noodle dish, vegan tofu noodle, vegan veggie burrito, vegan rice, vegan vegetable quinoa, vegan soy protein meal, vegan tempeh noodle soup, vegan soup, vegetable tofu noodlice, vegan stir fry, vegan noodle wraps, vegan wraps, soy-free tofu noodley, vegan sauce, vegan tomato sauce, gluten-free tamari, vegan dressing, vegan chili sauce, nonvegan peanut sauce, egg free, vegan butter, vegan bacon, vegan maple syrup, egg white, vegan honey, non vegan eggs All images and text ©Ginger Zuo/The A.V. Club.
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