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Sunday Funday April 21st

Posted on Apr 21, 2013 by in Sunday Funday | 6 comments

I think it’s safe to say that it’s been a bit of a rough week for everyone. Let’s start this week off on the right foot by looking at some amazing vegan food porn pictures and whipping up some delicious vegan eats in our kitchens to share with others. Nothing spreads the compassionate message better than food, so let’s get to it!

Spanish Cauliflower Rice – This gluten-free and actually rice-free version of Spanish rice looks amazing! The instructions are simple and this would go perfectly on top of any burrito or taco.

Raw Tomato Mini Snack Tarts – These are a bit more involved, but the end result looks worth it. Not only would these be a great appetizer at a dinner party, but they would be perfect for a well-rounded afternoon treat.

Burmese Chickpea Tofu – If you’ve ever bought chickpea flour, you know it can be tough figure out what to do with it other than make socca – well here’s the solution: tofu! I had never thought of making tofu out of anything other than soybeans, so I’ll be making this purely out of curiosity.

Chili Cheeze Cauliflower Bites w/ Sweet Tahini Sauce – You had me at chili cheeze! One of my favorite (naughty) snacks before I was vegan was chili cheese Frito’s, and these look like they’d satisfy that craving in a healthy and delicious way!

Asian Dumpling Soup – Even though the weather is (hopefully) starting to warm up, there are still some spring nights that call for soup. This Asian dumpling soup is like nothing I’ve seen before with its lemon grass stalks, chili-ginger paste, and gow-gee wrappers. Granted, I don’t know where I’ll even find half this stuff, but this recipe  gives me a good reason to go on a foodie treasure hunt!


I hope everyone has a great week. I have some awesome news to share with you all soon, but until then I’ll be bringing you fun, tasty, and easy vegan recipes as usual!


  • I can’t tolerate soy, so I’ve been doing the chickpea flour “tofu” for awhile now (found it on the Triumph of the Lentil” blog. I just do 1/4 c. flour with 1/4 c. water (more or less) and mix it on the stove for a couple minutes, transfer it to a container and put it in the fridge to harden until I use it. So easy, so good! Have a great week 😉

    • Such a great idea – I can’t wait to try it!

  • coconutandberries

    Great picks! I love the look of those raw tomato tartlets and I just saw that chickpea flour tofu over at pinterest and pinned it, so intriguing…

  • coconutandberries

    Oh and the last link is missing- it’s a duplicate of the penultimate one…

    • Thanks for letting me know – it’s been fixed!

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