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1. Green Onion Pancakes
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Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese cultures all have their own versions of this savory pancake, often made with whole garlic chives. These Green Onion Pancakes by Linda Ly are not the onion chives typically used as garnish. Garlic chives are used as a vegetable in Asian cooking, and true to their name, have a subtle garlic flavor. If you’re one to love the smell of onions and garlic wafting through the kitchen as you cook (is there anything more inviting?), these rustic pancakes deserve a place on your dinner menu.
2. Wild Mushroom Buckwheat Risotto
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This fall-inspired wild mushroom risotto incorporates protein-rich wild rice and buckwheat, together with seasonal root vegetables and squash. This Wild Mushroom Buckwheat Risotto by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler requires several different steps to put together but the result will be a delicious, and satisfying meal in a meal that will nourish your body and soul!
3. Rainbow Spring Rice Paper Rolls With Peanut Dipping Sauce
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You can fill your rolls with whatever you like but for this Rainbow Spring Rice Paper Rolls With Peanut Dipping Sauce by Lisa Dawn Angerame, it is all about getting all the colors of the rainbow in one bite. We have red peppers, orange carrots, yellow peppers, green avocados, and purple cabbage.
4. Roasted Red Bell Pepper Sesame Soba
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In this Roasted Red Bell Pepper Sesame Soba by Stephanie McKinnie, soba noodles are served in a savory homemade mushroom broth that’s infused with a roasted red bell pepper sauce and then topped with an assortment of vegetables and fresh herbs. This noodle dish is big on flavor— it’s a little spicy, a little savory, with a bit of umami. Serve this soup hot on a cold winter’s day to help fight the cold.
5. Salted Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream
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Salted chocolate peanut butter ice cream. This Salted Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream by Caroline Doucet is rich and creamy vegan ice cream that’s made with coconut milk, cocoa powder, dates, salted peanut butter, and vanilla. Only 5 ingredients and minimal work involved. This ice cream is very rich, so a little goes a long way!
6. Spicy Thai Peanut Soup
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This Spicy Thai Peanut Soup by Julie Zimmer with shiitake mushrooms, carrots, and silken tofu is so flavorful, aromatic and creamy. One bowl with noodles is a complete meal rich in plant protein, vitamins, and antioxidants. The lemongrass, red curry paste, herbs, spices, coconut milk, lime juice, and zest give the soup an authentic Thai flavor.
7. No Bake Chocolate Oat Bars
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Here’s a scrumptious recipe for No-Bake Chocolate Oat Bars. These No Bake Chocolate Oat Bars by Hannah Sunderani are sweet, oaty, and nutty with a smooth chocolate peanut butter filling. This recipe is vegan and gluten-free. Made with just 8 wholesome ingredients, this recipe comes together effortlessly for a lush, sweet treat that’s pretty healthy.
8. Kale Stem Pesto
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How many kale recipes have you come across in which directions tell you to reserve the stems for “another use” or even discard them altogether? Well, friends, this is your other use. Those rigid stems and ribs we often remove are the star of the show here, and they’re every bit as fresh and earthy as their leafy counterparts. Used raw, they’re a great pairing for the tangy lemon in this pesto. You’re not limited to kale stems for this Kale Stem Pesto by Linda Ly, either; try this with your other neglected stems, such as collards, cauliflower, or broccoli.
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