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Vegan Richa's Everyday Kitchen: Epic Anytime Recipes with a World of Flavor Paperback – September 26, 2017
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Richa Hingle has your next meal covered! Super easy recipes--from Teriyaki Lentil Balls and Peanut Sauce Fried Rice to Tiramisu Fudge Bars and Chocolate Peanut Butter Ganache Cake--are right here in this truly delicious vegan cookbook. Yum! -- Chloe Coscarelli, author of Chloe's Kitchen
Richa has an innate sense for spice combinations and a flair for flavor. From simple dishes that pack a punch to layered, complex meals that delight all senses, Richa's cookbook is a culinary treasure trove. -- Katie Hay, T.O.F.U. Magazine
Vegan Richa's Everyday Kitchen is a perfect expression of Richa Hingle's bold, creative, and flavor-driven approach to food. The recipes are vibrant and healthful, and the book is a clever primer in using flavors and spices to guide one's home cooking. This is an invaluable addition to any plant-based kitchen! -- Gena Hamshaw, co-author of Food52 Vegan and creator of the Full Helping blog
Every vegan knows Richa is the go-to source for a plant-based Indian cuisine that's bursting with flavor and creativity. This new book is a beautiful collection of uniquely reimagined staples that perfectly showcase what Vegan Richa does best! -- Lauren Toyota, creator of Hot for Food blog and YouTube series
In Richa's new cookbook, she presents inventive recipes with international flavors that are somehow accessible and exotic at the same time. I love how the recipes are grouped by master sauces and similar concepts, so the cook can develop a deeper understanding of the underlying flavors and techniques. I want to make every recipe in this book. -- Kathryne Taylor, author of Love Real Food
Vegan Richa's Everyday Kitchen so celebrates flavor that simply reading these recipes is a feast. And their skillful juxtaposition of color and texture and spice makes preparing them in your own kitchen an adventure not to miss. -- Victoria Moran, author of Main Street Vegan
You don't have to be vegan or a culinary beginner to enjoy this excellent follow-up to Richa Hingle's successful first book. With her easy-to-follow recipes and suggestions for personalizing for taste and dietary consideration (most are gluten-free), you will feel as if you have Richa herself in the kitchen guiding you. -- Fran Costigan, author of Vegan Chocolate
From the Author
It can be a challenge providing everyday meals that are wholesome, delicious, simple to make, andfun to eat. If you want to put out the most amazing vegan food, you need this book.
When I am developing recipes, I follow a few simple rules. I strongly believe that vegan food should be easy to make,flavorful, and inclusive. This means that my recipes tend to have a lot of flavor, offer allergy-friendly variations, andprovide multiple substitutions.
Thai, Asian, Ethiopian, Pizza, Curries, Bowls, Burgers, Casseroles and meals to set you up for months.There is also a big chapter on desserts and one dedicated to DIY recipes.Defying the misconception that everyday vegan meals consist mostly of salads, today's vegan dishes go way beyond.Some days, it's all about stir-fries, which can include vegetables paired with amazing sauces: Kung Pao Sauce , Peanut Butter Sauce, or Makhani Sauce or Tikka Masala Sauce. On other days, when you wantto eat with your fingers, Lentil-Walnut Burgers and Chickpea Jackfruit Burgers have you covered.Pizzas are no longer a weekend fix with my twenty-minute pizza crust. Chapter 6, with the Comfort Buddha Bowl with Nacho SpicedSweet Potatoes , will surprise you. A weekend lasagna meal can be topped off with a simple crispcookie, fudgy blondie, or decadent pie.
I have worked hard to develop these recipes and I hope you will enjoy this book as much as I loved writing it for you.
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Mushroom-Jalapeno White Pizza (pictured below) - my picky husband seriously said "you can't get a better pizza than this"
Hoisin Mushroom and Tofu Stir-Fry (pictured below) - I love this peanut butter based hoisin sauce - so much better than the store-bought stuff
One-Hour Cinnamon Rolls (pictured below) - so tender and delicious - and easy!
Spinach-Artichoke Lasagna with Cauliflower Alfredo - OMG, hands down the best lasagna I have every had. Made this for omnivore company and they went crazy for it - you will absolutely not miss the cheese at all
Almond Butter Cheesecake Brownie Bars - OK, how does the cheesecake part taste exactly like cheesecake when it's basically just non-dairy yogurt and almond butter? Magic!
Almond Butter Snickerdoodles - this one is also on the blog and it is my go-to cookie recipe
Smoky Mac Bake - a perfect comfort food one-dish meal
Tikka Masala Chickpeas (pictured below) - this sauce was SOOO creamy and incredible
I cannot recommend this book highly enough - it's the kind of book that you will flip through and want to make every single recipe. And from my experience, none of them will disappoint!
I think the first thing I made was the 1 hour cinnamon rolls. They are so good and so easy. She includes a two rise method for when you have more time, but the one hour version comes out perfect. The lemon, chia, coconut muffins are a favorite as well. Well, they are my son's favorite but since he eats them all I hardly ever get one. :)
For main dishes, the smoky mac bake and the deep dish pizza are fantastic. I don't usually like deep dish pizza because I find them too heavy, but this one is perfect. The vegetable lasagna is great, and I can't wait to make it again. I didn't think it would all fit in a 9x9 pan, but it was perfect and I'm glad I trusted the recipe.
Do yourself a huge favor and make her peanut butter sauce. As she says in her intro, there are a million peanut butter sauces out there, but this one is special. I have put it on noodles, in fried rice, with chickpeas. I would eat it on cardboard. Seriously. It's amazing.
And finally, let's talk about desserts. Two words. Tiramisu fudge. I mean, if that doesn't have you ordering the book, I'm not sure what's going to work. Seriously. My god that stuff was good. It was lie to my kids and say it was gone and then eat the rest while they were at school good. I am in serious trouble when they get old enough to read amazon reviews.
I know there are a ton of cookbooks out there, but this one is really special. The hardest part is deciding what to make next.
Chickpeas in Peanut Butter Sauce (this makes good leftovers for work lunches)
Teriyaki Lentil Balls (I tossed these in with some veggies and noodles for a stir fry)
Orange Sauce (this stuff is legit, I used it on sugar snap peas and tempeh)
Kung Pao Sauce (also legit and SO GOOD with the lentil balls from the teriyaki lentil ball recipe)
Chickpeas and Potatoes in Spinach Curry Sauce (also froze an extra batch of the sauce because it's that good)
Firecracker Jackfruit Sandwiches
Almond Sriracha Sauce
Turmeric Lentil Fritters Bowl (I also used some almond sriracha sauce on this)
One Bowl Apple Banana Bread
I will be making more recipes from this book, and I will also give this book as a gift to others. Richa Hingle makes Indian and other regional dishes accessible to those with limited time and limited funds - most of the recipes use things like beans, lentils, and other things that can be bought from the bulk bins, and she also includes recipes to make your own garam masala, etc. If you want to expand your palate, give this a try.