bobrhyn + havecooked + vegan   8

Quick Green Goddess Fig Nourish Bowls {Vegan, Paleo}
WHOA, buy some green goddess dressing and make the bowl with FIGS, reen apple, spinach, almonds, cabbage, sprouts/greens, balsamic vinegar, maybe some fresh berries, yooooooo

Update: pretty good! Think I want to try it with fresh figs though, if I can find them.
recipe  entree  vegetarian  healthy  vegan  havecooked  3noms 
june 2019 by bobrhyn
Sesame Tempeh Bowls - Vegan Meal Prep - Budget Bytes
Huh, I should try this (simmering it in water) and see if I like the tempeh better

Update: Dangit, still didn't love it. Might give it another try and see if I can acquire the taste.
recipe  entree  vegetarian  rice  havecooked  quick  vegan  pseudoasian  2noms 
february 2019 by bobrhyn
Lentil Red Curry & Coconut Milk Soup
Delicious and easy! Cut up onion, saute it and some stuff in the Instant Pot, dump a bunch of stuff in, let it come to pressure and cook for 6 minutes! Overall, this took about a half hour.
instantpot  recipe  havecooked  vegetarian  soup  curry  lentils  cheap  3.5noms  vegan 
march 2017 by bobrhyn
Stir-fried noodles with asparagus and tempeh recipe | Food To Love
This was all right! I definitely liked it more when it was reheated later, actually.
recipe  havecooked  stirfry  vegetarian  vegan  entree  3noms  pasta 
july 2016 by bobrhyn
Casual Kitchen: Roasted Zucchini and Chickpea Soup
SUPER SIMPLE AND SUPER GOOD. Zucchini + onions + canned chickpeas + garlic + olive oil + broth. Takes about an hour. I would totally make this for guests alongside maybe some simple chicken.
soup  recipe  entree  vegetarian  healthy  vegan  zucchini  havecooked  appetizer/side  3.5noms 
february 2016 by bobrhyn
Homemade Tahini or Peanut Butter Waffles Recipe- Gluten Free, Vegan, Refined Sugar Free Options | Penniless Parenting
Hmm, these are okay as pancakes! They might work better as waffles, tbh, maybe someday I'll give them another shot in that form.
recipe  breakfast  havecooked  3noms  vegetarian  vegan 
july 2015 by bobrhyn
Cooking while not in the kitchen: the rice cooker to the rescue! (Garlic Lentils & Kale Recipe)
You just stick beef broth, lentils, chopped kale, some chopped garlic, a bay leaf, and some Italian seasoning in your rice cooker and go. This was... okay, ish. Would have been better if I'd put the kale in much later.
mindless  lentils  vegan  vegetarian  recipe  entree  quick  havecooked  2noms 
july 2013 by bobrhyn
“Fried” Cauliflower “Rice” | The Pursuit of Hippieness
TO BE HONEST, THIS WAS WAY MORE DELICIOUS THAN ANY ACTUAL FRIED RICE I'VE EVER MADE. Sooo good, and... healthy??? GOSH. Preparation was actually shockingly smooth, much easier than lots of things that I make. (You do kind of need a food processor, btw.) The veggies came out just right, the taste was great (I thought I added too much ginger, but no!), and girlfriend's completely betrayed expression from when she found out that the cauliflower WAS the rice quickly left once she started eating. :D Would make for guests!

Also, I used eggs instead of silken tofu. I beat two eggs separately and then added them into a clear space in the pan after the veggie broth had mostly evaporated. I scrambled them, and cut them into smaller pieces with the spatula, then mixed up the whole thing and continued on. :D

WARNING: this feels filling at the time, but we were both kinda hungry an hour later. (She's a vegetarian, I'm not; it wasn't a school day.) Hence the 4noms. Especially for guests, I'd probably put tofu in, or serve with something else, or, ooh, I'd have plans to make a dessert afterward so then right when we're hungry, DESSERT.
recipe  vegetarian  asian  healthy  havecooked  4noms  vegan  gluten-free 
january 2013 by bobrhyn

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