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Spanish Chickpea Stew

This Spanish chickpea stew is an easy one-pot, freezer friendly and oil-free meal that costs just pennies per bowl.

This Spanish chickpea stew is an easy one-pot, freezer friendly and oil-free meal that costs just pennies per bowl. This is a vegan version of potaje de vigilia and is simple to make with garbanzos, spinach and a mix of vegetables in a simple smoky paprika-flavoured broth. This soup can be made with canned chickpeas for a quick 20-minute meal or dried chickpeas for a dirt cheap dinner. I was…

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60-Minute Recipes (But totally worth it!)/ Dinner/ Lunch

Tofu Banh Mi Vegan Sliders

These tofu banh mi vegan sliders are packed with flavour and a fun twist on the classic banh mi sandwich. They’re great as finger food or appetizers for a party, or as a delicious dinner served with fries or a salad.

These tofu banh mi vegan sliders are packed with flavour and a fun twist on the classic banh mi sandwich. They’re great as finger food or appetizers for a party, or as a delicious dinner served with fries or a salad. It might seem like a pain in the ass to make sliders. I mean, for every regular-sized veggie burger, you have to make two or three sliders. Seems like…

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60-Minute Recipes (But totally worth it!)/ Dinner/ Lunch

Baked Beet Falafel Vegan Quinoa Bowl

You’ll get a whole, balanced and filling meal in just one dish with this baked beet falafel vegan quinoa bowl with horseradish dill sauce. Beet falafel is a great twist on traditional falafel with the same great taste and an extra dose of veggies. They’re baked rather than fried for a healthier and oil-free recipe and served on a bed of quinoa and a mix of delicious raw and lightly cooked vegetables.

You’ll get a whole, balanced and filling meal in just one dish with this baked beet falafel vegan quinoa bowl with horseradish dill sauce. Beet falafel is a great twist on traditional falafel with the same great taste and an extra dose of veggies. They’re baked rather than fried for a healthier and oil-free recipe and served on a bed of quinoa and a mix of delicious raw and lightly…

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