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Butter(nut) Squash Curry

Today marks the official one year birthday of Plates for Plants! To mark this very special occasion, I am sharing a recipe thatI have been holding onto for a few months now. It's just so amazing and delicious that I had to wait for a special occasion such as today to share it with you.

Cinco de Mayo Menu

To me, the best part about any celebration is the food. It's what brings people together. My family always tends to hang out in the kitchen anyways, so having some great food to celebrate coming together is a must.

Red Bean Curry Soup

RAIIINNNN!

Chickpea Curry

We all have those recipes that we can make blindfolded with one arm tied behind our backs. That used to be boxed mac and cheese in my world (well kinda, I still managed to mess it up somhow), it's an understatement to say that things have changed.Before going veg, I was basically hopeless in the kitchen, I could do the basics and thats about it. Which meant that I relied far too much on pre-made or packaged meals. I thought that real cooking was either difficult or too time consuming. How wrong was I?When I went veg ...

Asian Green Beans

Sometimes the simplest thing are the best.Like this recipe, simple, fresh and easy to make.Web Wednesdays are fun because all I'm doing is googling three ingredients I have in my fridge/pantry and attaching vegan and recipe to them. I look through the results to find something that appeals to me and make it.This time around I included green beans, rice and ginger. Asian green beans sounded the best and the simplest to make. 20 minutes later dinner was served!