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1. Punjabi Rajma Masala (Red Kidney Beans Curry)
Source: Punjabi Rajma Masala (Red Kidney Beans Curry)
A robust, vibrant, nutritious curry of red kidney beans (rajma) from the land of five rivers, Punjab, is a forever favorite lunch staple in India. The combination of rajma with rice, known as rajma chawal, is my soul food. Rajma masala is a vegan, gluten-free curry that will remind you of a Mexican-style red kidney bean chili. And Instant Potrajma masala is my husband’s favorite because of its perfect texture and taste. In an Instant Pot, the flavor of this Punjabi Rajma Masala (Red Kidney Beans Curry) by Hina Gujral penetrates inside the red kidney beans, making them juicy and so delicious.
2. Cheesy Broccoli Waffles
Source: Cheesy Broccoli Waffles
These Cheesy Broccoli Waffles by Amy Lanza really are a game changer for brunch. Even those on the fence about broccoli are likely to love these thanks to the light, fluffy waffle batter, the tasty dairy-free cheese, and the crispy golden outside. We like to serve these with a quick “sour cream” (lemon yogurt), avocado, and some greens.
3. Sweet Potato Macro Bowl
Source: Sweet Potato Macro Bowl
This Sweet Potato Macro Bowl by Annie Kimmelman has the perfect balance of carbs, fat, and protein, and is packed with a ton of micronutrients. If you’re not a fan of sweet potatoes, feel free to sub it out for any other starchy carb like purple potatoes, regular white potatoes, extra brown rice, unrefined pasta, or any carb you like!
4. Cilantro Black Bean Burgers over Polenta Cakes
Source: Cilantro Black Bean Burgers over Polenta Cakes
The general get-up of this Cilantro Black Bean Burgers over Polenta Cakes by Rinku Bhattacharya seems complex, but other than cobbling the polenta cakes, the rest of the meal comes together quite quickly. The black beans added a deep and smokey character to these burgers, making for a very satisfying meal.
5. White Chocolate Mousse Cake With Chocolate Drizzle and Strawberries
Source: White Chocolate Mousse Cake With Chocolate Drizzle and Strawberries
What is better than chocolate? White chocolate! Or both? For everyone who can’t decide, this recipe has chocolate and white chocolate in a fantastic mousse shape and a delicate drizzle! And because strawberries just make everything better, they’re included in this White Chocolate Mousse Cake With Chocolate Drizzle and Strawberries by Melanie Kröpfl too.
6. Strawberry cheesecake
Source: Strawberry Cheesecake
Even though this vegan Strawberry Cheesecake looks kinda “fancy,” it’s very easy to make and a crowd-pleaser. This Strawberry Cheesecake by Namrata Edward Kshitij has been successfully taste-tested on picky-eating non-vegans who actually went for seconds, so go ahead and make a batch if you have guests coming over.
7. Lemony Lucuma Tea Pops
Source: Lemony Lucuma Tea Pops
These rich, creamy popsicles may look like your standard frozen treat – but they’re anything but ordinary. The rich ‘cream’ made from cashews and almond milk is packed with the superfood lucuma as well as a touch of agave for a bit of sweetness and a wave of lemon to round out the flavor profile; then it’s frozen on a stick for your enjoyment. Try out these Lemony Lucuma Tea Pops by Petra Vogel!
8. Green Curry with Cannellini Beans
Source: Green Curry with Cannellini Beans
This Green Curry with Cannellini Beans by Caroline Doucet requires only one pot and less than 20 minutes of preparation. This version is made with broccoli and cannellini beans, but feel free to change the vegetables and legumes to your liking. Serve it with rice or naan bread for a delicious, comforting meal!
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