Takeout? No way! For about the same amount of time it would take to order and pick up take-out, why don’t you take 30 minutes out of your day to prepare this hearty and delicious vegy miso bowl for dinner tonight!
My weeknight dinner staple! Minimal prep work involved and you can multi-task (worry-free) while the chickpea mixture cooks in the oven. The mixture of seasonings kick this simple ingredient meal up a notch! Enjoyed by herbivores and omnivores alike (tried, tested and true!) Inspired by the hilariously delicious Thug Kitchen cookbook.
It can be a bit harder to find a satiating vegan dish, but this does it! So deliciously hearty and rich, you won’t believe it’s vegan. It requires a bit more prep and cooking time but this is great batch cooking dish. Enjoy a serving after you make it, portion a couple for lunches and then freeze the rest for a later time! Inspired by Jamie Olivers’s similar recipe.
As the warm weather starts to melt away, I find it so satisfying to bring a hot and hearty lunch meal to work. This dish is easy to mass cook and a couple of portions are easily frozen for another time so you don’t get tired of it. A great mid-day pick me up! Ingredients are simple, whole and healthy. Enjoy!
The texture of these little numbers is fantastic and creamy! I found them very filling too – two of them made for a pretty satisfying and complete vegetarian meal. They are a bit heavier on the prep work, but making 10 at a time allowed me to freeze and pack away 8 for future lunches/dinners! An easy 4 extra meals. To save time, you can prep the sauce and/or filling ahead of time for a quick meal. Using store-bought enchilada sauce would also abbreviate the prep, although you would sacrifice the taste!