The flavors of Italy come together in this classic appetizer recipe. Juicy tomato, fresh basil, and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar combine with flavorful garlic atop crusty bread to form a dish that you will never get sick of making for family and friends. Read more now on Foodal to learn how to make bruschetta at home.
Want to enjoy a tasty beverage with zero guilt? Try our rich and creamy tahini banana smoothie, naturally sweetened with dates. You’ll love the flavor of the sesame seed paste paired with cinnamon, vanilla, and cashew milk. Make this nutrient-dense drink for breakfast, dessert, or as a snack. Get it now on Foodal.
Grilled poblano peppers (often erroneously referred to pasillas in California) are easy to make, stuffed with chickpeas, bell peppers, fresh corn, and quinoa. Topped with enchilada sauce and cotija cheese, these vegetarian peppers are sure to please. Skip the cheese and they’re vegan, and just as delicious. Read more.
It’s about time- a kale dish your taste buds will actually enjoy. Roast in coconut oil and ginger to mellow the flavor, add beets, farro, and goat cheese to the mix, and you’ve got a downright addictive meal on your hands. You’re going to be glad you added this vegetarian comfort food to your repertoire. Read more.
Love quiche, but short on time? Or just not into making a homemade crust? Don’t fret, this crustless quiche recipe forgoes a laborious crust and gets right to the savory filling. It’s an easier, simpler recipe that will keep you coming back. Better yet, make this a day ahead and enjoy a hot breakfast without the fuss.
Despite the crunchy texture of crisp carrots, they make the best main ingredient for a velvety soup. Our homemade recipe has a silky-smooth texture you’ll love. It tastes subtly sweet and fresh, lightly flavored with onions and thyme. Get the vibrantly orange recipe now on Foodal, and make your taste buds light up.
Looking for a pesto infused pizza recipe? Look no further than this beauty. Topped with caramelized onions and mushrooms, the flavors combine with the pesto sauce to give this old classic a flavor profile that is 100% Italian. Naturally vegetarian, a few substitutions can also make this recipe suitable for those following a vegan diet.
Want a nice bit of comfort food, but don’t want to eat any meat? Try our vegetarian version of shepherd’s pie, made with bountiful veggies. This warm casserole features layers of wholesome ingredients like bulgur wheat, lentils, tomatoes, onions, and potatoes. Make this healthy update on a classic dish, now on Foodal.
A Moroccan vegetable stew that is hearty, healthy, warm and filling and is full of healthy veggies and legumes including cauliflower, zucchini and carrots as well as protein-packed chickpeas. Mint gives it a lively flavor while the dried figs which give it a slight sweetness that offset the spicy tastes of cardamom and cumin. Want to know how to make this tasty vegetarian recipe? Get the complete directions now!