Everythang Vegan Vol. 1
Jackin 4 Fruit Sliders
Southern Styled Cornbread
Sckrate Outta Tha 6 Belgian Waffles
Jackin 4 Fruit SlidersThis dish is a great work day recipe, especially if you pressed for time but need something quick and easy to fix. Deff a kid favorite as well, and it only takes one pot, for those like myself who cant stand doing dishes.
Southern Styled CornbreadIt was one of the first food items I learned how to make vegan, it always hit close to home especially when I make it during the holiday season. You can spice it up a bit and add jalapenos to the batter, to have some kick to the cornbread. Once you get the procedure down you can add or take away certain ingredients such to adjust to your taste such as the, cinnamon you can substitute for allspice.
Tofu ScrambleThis is a quick easy dish first of all. If you dont like your "eggs scrambled hard" try mixing the nutritional yeast and dry seasonings with some almond milk to make a "cheez sauce" and add it to the tofu mixture. Also try adding fresh spinach to it, or even garnish it with fresh sliced avocado with seasoned tomatoes on the side.
Sckrate Outta Tha 6 Belgian WafflesI normally make these fluffy & crispy waffles with fried mushrooms, so I can have a vegan version of chicken & waffles. Also when I wanna be fancy i use cocoa powder to make chocolate waffles for the kids. Garnish with a lil chocolate sauce and powdered sugar.
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A plant-based version of some of the most popular dishes we enjoyed while living in the South. They were inspired by my time and experiences in ATL.