I like to use Betta Foods textured vegetable protein in my cooking, as the texture and flavor is excellent. If you cannot find this product, use your favorite soya protein, or substitute mushrooms for the TVP. I leave the outer skin on the fava beans for this recipe. It is mildly chewy but adds to the flavor of the stew.
These are the crunchiest dog treats yet! Good for keeping canine teeth healthy and clean! Best of all, these vegan treats are easy to make in any size.
Use this vegan pepperoni in omelets, casseroles, pizza, sandwiches and many other vegetarian dishes. It adds a spicy kick to your recipes.
Adzuki Beans cook up quickly and are higher in protein and lower in calories than many other beans. In this chili, they provide great texture and flavor! To learn how to cook up adzuki beans, click here!
Dixie Diners' Club vegetarian products are excellent, and I especially like the Chicken (Not!) Chunks. They really have a poultry texture and mild flavor. In this curry recipe, they are hardly distinguishable from lean chicken.
These little faux chicken nuggets are chewy and delicious. Besides serving them for snacks, you can use them for lunchbox protein sources or in casseroles.
Use beef flavored textured soy protein chunks to make this vitamin rich baked dish.
High in protein and very satisfying, these stuffed peppers are easy and economical. I like to serve them with a baked potato and green salad.
The mozzarella cheese in the soy arugula loaf makes for a flavorful and moist texture. Vary the roasted vegetables as you like.
I use vegetarian pre-flavored lamb chunks in my curry. I love the meaty texture and rich flavor they lend this dish.