Ajiaco is a popular soup in Colombia, Cuba, and Peru. Although its origin has been debated, this dish is prepared with a number of specific regional variations. In Cuba, ajiaco is prepared as a stew, while in the city of Bogotá, Colombia, it is prepared as a soup that primarily contains potatoes, corn, and herbs called guascas.
French onion soup is a classic that gets its flavor from deeply caramelized onions. This vegan version has every bit of the flavor, with only a fraction of the fat. Topped with sourdough bread and vegan mozzarella, you will be amazed by its incredible texture and rich taste.
This mildly spiced version of the traditional dish from Ireland and the United Kingdom is as comforting as it is delicious. The warm curried vegetable filling is the perfect healthy accompaniment to the rich and creamy potatoes, especially on a chilly day.
This whole food, plant-based cheese alternative contains no oil, refined sugar, or highly processed ingredients, and it is gluten-free. Super fast and simple to make, this cheesy crumble is sure to be your new favorite vegan cheese replacement.
If you’re craving comforting flavors, this dish of baby red-skinned potatoes, savory green beans, and hearty cannellini beans cooked to perfection in a delicious country ranch-flavored broth that is both hearty and satisfying is sure to do the trick.
Picadillo is a traditional dish prepared in many Latin American countries. It is typically prepared with ground beef and often served with rice or used to fill empanadas, tacos, croquettes, or plantains. This hearty, plant-based picadillo is made with seasoned lentils and other key ingredients.
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