Silky Corn Soup
The beauty of this soup is that it is great hot or cold. If you are going to serve it chilled, I recommend pureeing until silky before adding the last of the corn kernels, and thinning it out with a bit more milk as needed just before serving.
Thai Coconut Zucchini Soup
This is one of those soups perfectly bridges the gap between summer and fall, when the nights start to cool down but the garden is still cranking. It is a symphony of dichotomies: creamy yet chunky, spicy and sweet, filling yet light.
This is best with full-fat coconut milk. Since you’ll only be using 1/2 cup, you can freeze the remainder (or better yet freeze it in two 1/2 cup portions) so that you can pull it out the next time you make this recipe.
Chunky Vegetable Dal Stew
In our newest attempt to spread our love for the humble lentil, we created a satisfying chunky dal stew.
We highly recommend full-fat coconut milk in this one, for the richness it lends. Since you'll only be using 1/2 cup, you can freeze the remainder (or better yet freeze it in two 1/2 cup portions) so that you can pull it out the next time you make this recipe.
If you want to pump up the veggies even further, you could add a big handful of spinach or 1/4 cup of green peas in the last ...
Vegetarian Pad Thai
Take-out reimagined for the home kitchen. Does it get any better than this? The toppings are highly recommended, for an extra fresh punch and crunch.
Mushroom and Lentil Shepard’s Pie with Mashed Cauliflower
This recipe takes a little more time and a few more pots on the stove, so save it for a night when you aren't rushed. Totally worth it. An updated version of the classic packed with nutrient rich vegetables and high protein lentils.
Lentil Sloppy Joes
For those of you have never liked lentils before, this might be your ticket in. Try this one on a week night- it is simple, quick and kid-friendly. To amplify your veggie load, try adding avocado and coleslaw on top.
Mapo Tofu and Red Pepper
A play on a traditional Chinese dish, this meal excels in simplicity and flavor. Serve over rice with your favorite fresh herbs and a drizzle of sriracha hot sauce.
Sweet Potato with Crispy Chickpeas
Talk about hearty. Combining protein rich chickpeas with a fiber-packed baked sweet potato is a match made in heaven. So simple and so good.
Tempeh and Pinto Bean Chili
Talk about protein-packed! Between the tempeh and pinto beans, this recipe is stacked. The variations are endless - try adding frozen corn, chopped spinach, or roasted red peppers to amp up the veggies power. We like to serve it as a "Chili Bar". Set out the optional toppings and let everyone finish it to taste.