Cauliflower Po’ Boy SandwichesJanuary 8, 2016 by Kathy Hester 9 Comments Photo by Ann Oliverio This is my favorite recipe from The Easy Vegan Cookbook. I love cauliflower everything, but batter it up, bake it, and make a po’boy and cauliflower turns into magic! I was on a live Cook the Book show with Denise Vivaldo and Jenni Field. The live show is over, but you can still watch the video HERE any time you want to.
This week it was so cold where I live, and from the looks of it, almost everywhere else on the east coast too. It’s been under 20 degrees most nights and we even woke up to 8 degrees this weekend. That’s crazy in Durham , NC. Here are a few recipes that will warm you up if you come in from the cold or just stay in if you’re like me. They are all from my book, The Great Vegan Bean Book. First up is a hearty chili made with Vaquero beans and tempeh that’s pictured above.
I hope you are having a wonderful Christmas and you’re enjoying all of the other winter holidays too! I know some of you got a new air fryer and I wanted to give you a fun breakfast recipe to make in it. This Nutty French Toast is from my new book, Vegan Cooking in Your Air Fryer. You can use your favorite bread, then coat it in an oat nut mixture. Make it gluten-free by using a gluten-free bread and oats that are clearly labeled gluten-free.
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