Vegan Recipes Using Potatoes

Split Pea Soup and Beer Bread

  Another soup for you.  I have been really enjoying doing these soups.  I make a big pot and it lasts us both for lunch the whole week.  This one is really hearty and filling and would be really delicious on a cold day (if we could ever get one here in LA).  The beer bread is a delicious accompaniment for the soup.  I got the recipe for the bread from my favorite vegan food site happyherbivore.com. Split Pea Soup and Beer Bread Split Pea Soup

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Veggie Soup with Seitan

As I had warned, here come the soups.  This one was super delicious.  I kind of made up the recipe to go along with the veggies I had on hand so you could easily substitute if you have something else in your pantry.  This recipe does require you to make or purchase seitan.  I recommend making it.  I have eaten the pre-made kind and I don't think it is anywhere near as tasty as when you make it yourself. All you need is wheat gluten flour, some water,...

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Curried Carrot Soup

Since cold weather is slowly creeping up on us it is time to start thinking soups.  I love soup.  I have only made a few different ones in the past and am excited about this year.  I started it off witha curried carrot soup.  As I am typing this I have a Veggie and Seitan soup bubbling on the stove.  That recipe will follow shortly along with William's Bean Chili recipe and my Jalapeno cornbread.  Oh the good eats we will have this Winter. Vegan Curried Carrot Soup

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Tofu Scramble, Hash Browns, and Cinnamon Raisin Bread

  Yesterday we slept in late and I decided when we woke up that I wanted a super yummy breakfast.  It is rare that we sleep in and ever rarer that I can get William to eat breakfast with me.  So I went all out for this one.  We had (all homemade) cinnamon raisin toast, tofu scramble, and hashbrowns.  We also had fruit, coffee, and orange juice.  It was glorious.  I had some leftovers of it for breakfast today as well and it was still...

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