Mexican Lasagna

After buying a pack of 12 tortillas, I did some research to see what I could make with them that would save us from having burritos every night. I found a recipe for a "Mexican Casserole" similar to this and tried it out. But something just wasn't right. My husband rated it a 6 out of 10. Ouch. … Continue reading Mexican Lasagna

Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes and Capers

Pasta is a staple in our house. And it is for many vegans. So I get really happy when I find a recipe that doesn't require a lot of work. This recipe is perfect for a weeknight when you've inevitably got a lot going on. The flavors in this pasta are simple yet powerful. The … Continue reading Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes and Capers

Easy Wrapped Tostadas

Let me begin by saying, it's pronounced taws-tah-thah not toh-stah-duh. My hubby helped me channel my 3 years of high school Spanish to get that right. As we were playing around in the kitchen making standard open-face tostadas, we thought, "If we can wrap these up, it would be less messy to eat AND we could fit … Continue reading Easy Wrapped Tostadas

Vegan Peanut Pad Thai

Pad Thai has always been my favorite Thai dish so you can imagine my disappointment when I learned restaurants usually add fish sauce to it. "Just ask for it without the fish sauce," you say? Anytime I do it's either way too spicy or underwhelmingly bland. So, like anything else, if you want something done right, … Continue reading Vegan Peanut Pad Thai