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1. Nut Crusted Tofu
Source: Nut Crusted Tofu
Trying to impress your dinner companion, but have very little time on your hands? This Nut Crusted Tofu by Matt Frazier and Stepfanie Romine is the dish to make! Pistachios, tarragon, and lemon juice, plus a hint of Dijon mustard, turn a simple dinner into something special. Serve with steamed green beans (just call them haricots verts to keep the fancy facade going) and quinoa for a complete Parisian bistro-inspired meal. There’s no need to press the tofu in this recipe; simply pat it dry. Any excess moisture will help the crust adhere to the tofu.
2. Oat Milk Matcha Spread
Source: Oat Milk Matcha Spread
3. Perfect Vegan Brownies
Source: Perfect Vegan Brownies
The toppings on these vegan brownies are crumbled Oreo biscuits, however, feel free to replace that with another biscuit of your choice. You could use anything from lotus biscuits, to bourbons, and even choc chip cookies on top if you want to be more extravagant to enjoy these Perfect Vegan Brownies by Natasa Christofidou.
4. Healthy Falafel
Source: Healthy Falafel
This Healthy Falafel by Katia Martin is packed full of nutrition and is super yummy. Top it with the tahini sauce, and you’re in falafel heaven! These ones are deep-fried, but they taste just as amazing when you bake them!
5. Kale and Roasted Cashew Fried Rice
This fried rice is made with brown basmati rice, lots of kale, and roasted cashews. Think fried rice from your favorite Thai restaurant, but made at home … and tastier … and healthier. This Kale and Roasted Cashew Fried Rice by Angelina Papanikolaou comes together in under 20 minutes, and you can pretty much add whatever you want in it. The trick to getting the perfect toasty and semi-crispy rice is to use cold rice, so fried rice is always a good idea whenever you have leftover rice in the refrigerator. This 20-minute Kale and Roasted Cashew Fried Rice – extremely easy, super healthy, and SO delicious.
6. Fermented Squash Relish
Source: Fermented Squash Relish
This Fermented Squash Relish by Angi Schneider is a savory relish that is reminiscent of sour pickle relish without the vinegar flavor. You can make this ferment spicy or mild, depending on what peppers you choose to use. The cloves are the secret ingredient in this fermented summer squash relish; they add a rich spiced flavor that mellows the ferment.
7. Peach Pie With Lattice Crust
Source: Peach Pie With Lattice Crust
Peach season is a wonderful time. The fuzzy fruit is ripe, juicy, plump, and ready to lend all of its deliciousness to a warm, flaky pie. This Peach Pie With Lattice Crust by Lisa Lotts in particular has a lovely lattice crust so that you can see all of the sticky-sweet peach flavor that awaits you. Bake this one up, you won’t regret it!
8. Caramel Peach Pie
Source: Caramel Peach Pie
Celebrate the late summer’s bounty with this lush and totally delicious Caramel Peach Pie by Elsa Brobbey with hints of sultry caramel. Slices of juicy peaches are tossed with custard powder (or cornstarch), caramel sauce, lemon juice and sugar and a hint of warm spices, then baked in a simple pie dough until the fruit bubbles and breaks down and the sugar-sprinkled crust browns and turns flaky. The result is a firm aromatic pie that is luscious and creamy and bright and tastes like summer.
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