Lentili is my lazy take on a traditional chili dish, however, Lentils are utilized – and – without seasonings.
The Ⓥeggies do the talking. The flavoring.
Peppers, Jalapenos, Tomatoes, Corn – Sea Salt/Pepper simmered while a Bike Ride was had.
A great find at Aldi. Ⓥegan Mac N Cheese. Made with Almond Milk and Earth Balance Butter, this boxed Mac N Cheese is a great option.
With ease, a simple and quick Salad was developed. After the Chickpeas are cooked of course, a matter of putting things together was only needed.
Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Garlic, Sea Salt, Peppe & Chipotle Powder mixed/stirred/shooken was created.
Tri-color Rotini was cooked and mixed with the Chickpeas, Green Pepper, Onion, Radish, White Onion and VEGAN Parmesan. Just a quick reason to post a few pictures:)
Trying to think outside of the bun, yet, stay inside of the bun, a sandless wich was constructed.
Corn Tortillas, a Pretzel Bun, Daiya, Cilantro, Black Beans and Jalapeño brought this deliciously textured (animal-free) beast to life.
To make this piece of art look and taste even better, Romain Lettuce, Tomato and Onion were placed between the Bun//Tortilla greatness. Served with steakless Fries and thrown into a basket, minimal dishes only had to be done. Stay safe!
Hummus as the condiment:)
Simple and fairly quick, these Potatoes do not mess around. Heartier than your normal steak Fries, these are steakless Fries and Ⓥeganful Fries.
Quality Russet Potatoes were quartered into large wedges. Large enough wedges to basically be an entree dish.
The wedges were tossed in light Olive Oil, Sea Salt and Pepper, thrown on parchment paper (peels down) and roasted for around 20 minutes at 405.
The wedges were tonged back into the mixing bowl and lightly seasoned with Garlic Powder, a pouch of Daiya ‘cheese’ and a pouch of Daiya ‘bacon’ from the ghost of Ⓥegan past. The hot Potatoes were not as easy to toss as dreamt. Almond milk was added to ease that process to my liking.
These amazingly dressed Potatoes were roasted at 455 for additional 20 ish minutes. A craft Beer and a Hard Seltzer was had:)
Garnished with Scallions. Inspired by the amazing Sonoran Desert, I drew my niece a Bday card:)
Low Budget Ⓥeganism is self-explained once typed out.
The key to LBⓋ is simplicity. All you need is Good Beer, Good Tunes and Good Positivity. The texture was great:)
- Tortillas [(Flour (20] @ $2.19 = $0.11 per serving
- Peanut Butter (11) @ $3.79 = $0.35 per serving
- Celery (2) @ $0.88 = $0.44 per serving
Squeezable Peanut Butter helps this simple idea more taco-ish. $0.90 per serving!
The world, at least mine, is still a mess, but let’s make some comfort food and calm our nerves with a quality drink.
Evolution is such a beautiful thing. As humans, we are evolution. And as long as we’re on a planet, it will never end.
My drinking habit has evolved to still include great beverages, but allowing my “man-boobs” & “beer-gut” to dissipate. For the last six months, I’ve been enjoying sugarless//maltless hard seltzer’s between beers. Instead of drinking four craft brews in one night, I might have a hard seltzer or two and a beer.
Try it. Who wants to be overweight anymore. Just something that works for me.
In water, Carrots and Potatoes were boiled with Sea Salt, Pepper & Garlic Powder. Wild Rice was cooked separately and drained. Jasmine Rice was added to the Potatoes and Carrots and cooked appropriately.
Once the Rice has been cooked, Corn, Black & Red Kidney Beans, Celery and Onion were added and stirred in with the Wild Rice (previously cooked).
The taste and smell of this dish was amazing, but the texture achievement (after all of the ballots were counted:) stole the show.
Daiya Waffle Tortillas were made in a waffle maker:):):):)