Sunday, October 12, 2014

Soy-Free Dishes


People can panic when confronted with the idea of trying to eat vegan and soy free.

(Just like I did when I learned I'd need gluten-free vegan recipes for family dinners.)

But believe it or not, most of the recipes on this blog are soy-free anyway. If you can get past stressing over the idea of going soy-free and vegan at the same time, you'll find there's plenty to eat. And it's not expensive, exotic, or complicated, because nothing on this site is.

Most of the recipes are also packed with protein. You do not need tofu to get protein as a vegan.


Soy-Free Dishes


Butter Bean Burgers 

Butternut Squash Curry 

Cashew and Green Bean Pasta 

Cashew Curry  (without optional tofu)

Cauliflower and Potato Curry

Chana Saag 

Chickpea Flour Scramble 

Chickpea Pasta with Almonds 

Chickpea Spinach Stew with Lentils and Quinoa 

Chili 

Chocolate Swirl Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips 

Coconut Red Lentil Soup 

Coconut Red Lentils with Spinach and Cashews 

Cornbread 

Creamy Ginger Butternut Squash Soup 

Curried Rotini wuth Currants and Red Peppers 

Favorite Bread 

Georgian Bean Salad with Walnuts and Herbs

Georgian Tomato Soup

Green Pea Hummus

Hummus and Sandwich Spreads 

Iranian Rice with Beans and Dill

Israeli Bean Soup (and Palestinian Spinach Pies)

Jamaican Rice and Peas

Kale and White Bean Stew

Laurie's Amazing Bean Salad

Madam Benoît's Pea Soup

Mark Bittman's Nut Burgers

Muesli

Moroccan Sweet Potato Stew 

Mujadara 

Oat Milk 

Palestinian Spinach Pies (and Israeli Bean Soup) 

Pasta with Cauliflower 

Pasta with Fried Capers 

Pasta Topping 

Persian Red Lentil Soup with Tomatoes 

Quinoa with Spiced Lentil Dal 

Red Bean Curry (Rajma) 




Rice and Beans

Senate Bean Soup

Simple Flatbread 

Simple Salsa 

Smokey Saucy Chickpeas with Spinach 

Spiced Red Beans in Coconut Milk 

Spinach and Nut Sauce for Pasta 

Tacos 




Qi Baishi, The Chickens are Happy, 1949




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