If you couldn’t tell from my Instagram, I absolutely love Tofu. Scrambles, baked, sautéed. I could go on and on. I decided to do another baked tofu recipe, since you guys seem to love my sesame soy baked tofu recipe from awhile back. I decided to cut my tofu into these fun squares instead of my normal cubes and it’s so fun! You could totally do normal cubes but I just wanted to try something different and I’m glad I did. What I love about this tofu is the contrast between sweet and spicy. It balances out SO well and… View Post
Ever since my last sun dried tomato recipe, I have been dying to do another variation of it. I created a creamy and delicious sun dried tomato sauce that is completely nut free. As I am allergic to all nuts, I know for a fact it can be a bit harder to find creamy pasta sauces that are cashew free. This pasta sauce resembles flavor of a Vodka sauce without the Vodka and heavy cream. It has that beautiful pink tint to it and packs a ton of flavor. As some of you may know, pasta is my favorite carb.… View Post
There is nothing better on a cold day than to cozy up with an nice bowl of soup. Prior to going Vegan, chicken noodle soup was a favorite of mine. I basically grew up on it since my grandmother made it every time I would go to her house. When it hit me that tofu could potentially be a great chicken substitute, I knew that I needed to do this recipe. This is the only soup that I will eat chunky and is so warm and cozy. I am not huge on soups, but this is definitely the exception. It… View Post
It is incredibly easy for us to head to the grocery store the day before Thanksgiving and picking up either a Tofurky roast or one of Gardein’s holiday products. I completely get it. However, why not try to make your own? Not only is it healthier, but it will taste just as good (even better). Seitan is mainly made out of vital wheat gluten, which is the main protein of wheat. It is a great soy substitute and is incredibly easy to make. It may seem intimidating, but I was shocked myself with how easy it was. Instead of making… View Post
I love Pesto and I love Sun Dried Tomatoes…So why not combine the two? Combined, they’re an amazing combination and I knew I had to share this recipe with you guys! I love making the sauce a bit chunky and have pieces of the sun dried tomato that haven’t been fully blended up because it adds a great form of texture and taste. I hope you enjoy and remember if you make this, tag me on instagram @plantbasedjane so I can see it!