Swide tips for 5 easy vegan recipes for Thanksgiving 2013: here is the food trends for serving delicious and meat-free courses to your guests
Happy Vegan Thanksgiving!
5 easy recipes
What is Thanksgiving without turkey? A vegan Thanksgiving! If you are looking for something different this year, follow the recipes that inspired Swide and you can be sure you won’t miss meat this year.
Wild Rice Pilaf
This delicious, vegan, gluten-free version of pilaf rice with cranberry, apricot is a good idea both as a main dish (which we suggest) and as a side dish. It takes quite a long time to prepare, but it’s not difficult. Find the recipe on Oh She Glows.
Even vegetables can be good: green beans sautéed with sesame oil can be a great option for your Thanksgiving meal. Find the process on Food&Wine.
Raw Cauliflower Apple Soup
A winter meal always needs a soup: this raw cauliflower apple soup will surprise your guests while maintaining the vegan spirit. Find the recipe on awesome Rawmazing.
Lemon-herb roasted beets
They look like potatoes, but they are beets, and tasty ones: perfect for Thanksgiving. This roasted version brings the best out of these vegetables: try the recipe on Eating Well.
Pear and Apple Crumble
You need also a dessert for your meal and, let’s say it, that’s the best thing that vegan recipe do. So why not preparing a delicious Pear and Apple Crumble? Try the Veg Kitchen recipe.
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Of the many food trends, diets, fads and so one, there is one overarching movement that we need to listen to: more natural, less processed food. On the top of this campaign, grass fed meat. Here’s more.
After the hegemony of the burger (and quinoa for the healthier lot) the food world has created a new trend which can be enjoyed by foodies or health freaks alike. Welcome the gourmet toast, the best thing since sliced bread!