The silky creamy texture of the risotto is complimented by fresh, barely wilted greens.
New Orleans has a tasty Monday tradition known as Red Beans and Rice. Try our vegan version with stewing bell pepper, onion, carrot, mushroom, and celery with spices (allspice, cayenne pepper, mustard powder and more). The red kidney beans cook perfectly in the instant pot. This is a great alternative to chili.
This time of year Minnesota wild rice becomes more available so this classic creamy, yet vegan, soup slides into our dinner rotation and goes to the top of the list for diner party menu ideas.
This black bean and rice recipe is so savory and flavorful and the leftovers are even better the next day.
How do you make risotto more creamy? Stir in purée squash for the most creamy, cozy, comfort food. Risotto can be time consuming and fussy to make on the stove top. With the instant pot, it becomes an easy weeknight meal.
This is hand’s down my favorite recipe. It’s quick, easy, full of amazing flavors, fool-proof, and super versatile. Add potatoes or carrots. Use basil. Add lemongrass. Try red onion slices instead of scallions. Eggplant anyone? Just don’t skip the peanuts, peanut.
A great way to use up leftover rice (and extra grated carrots), this fried rice cooks up quickly. Use what ever leftover veggies you have, go light on the soy sauce, and do not skip the toasted sesame oil – it’s the secret ingredient.
This quick and easy vegan sushi bowl is loaded with cucumbers, creamy avocados, carrots and delicious sticky sushi rice. Topped with both toasted sesame soy sauce and a vegan wasabi mayo, it’s a flavor explosion that gives your local sushi master a run for his money.
Exquisite and easy, this creamy yet light risotto maximizes fresh corn flavor by using the cobs, the kernels and a corn purée. Throw in some fresh peas and this risotto tastes like summer itself.
This delicious Italian vegetable soup, packed with gorgeous carrots and bright green peas is a summer garden celebration in a bowl. The nutty flavor and texture of the orzo is a wonderful contrast to the luscious pesto.