I won a box of mushrooms on Instagram! I have never won a contest for anything in my life so it was really fun to win a box of mushrooms from Hokto Kinoko. They sent me four different kinds of mushrooms – Eryngii (aka King Oyster mushooms), Maiktake (aka hen-of-the-woods), Bunashimeji and Bunapi. They are so much fun to cook with because they are so versatile and take on whatever flavors the dish calls for. This is the first thing I made – – I turned the stems of the King Oyster mushroom into “scallops” and served them over risotto!Continue reading “Creamy Risotto with Pan-Seared “Scallops” + Risotto Cakes”
You need a great tempeh marinade in your life and THIS IS IT! Try it and see what you think. I make it at the beginning of the week and use it in sandwiches and salads. Read on for the recipe!
At the end of 2020, the New York Times posted their top 20 recipes. There was a pretty picture of what I thought was tofu and vegetables on a sheet pan. The big white rectangles were actually feta but I decided they should be tofu. So I made it and it is a really delicious and super easy. And it has been in my rotation ever since!
Honeynut squash is my seasonal obsession! I discovered this little hybrid squash at the farmers market a few years ago. There are so many ways to use it. Check out my recipe for this yummy risotto here and for soup and quinoa pilaf here. Read on for three more ideas!
I love risotto, don’t you? I have recipes for risotto in both of my cookbooks – one in Wait, That’s Vegan?! for Creamy Risotto with Shredded Zucchini and Basil Kale Pesto and one in The Vegan ABCs Cookbook for Risotto with Peas and Fresh Herbs. If you don’t have my books yet, head over to your local bookstore or online to buy them! But I digress. Let’s talk about this gorgeous bowl of goodness!