I used to cook with shiitake mushrooms a lot but have used more cremini and portobello varieties lately. The shiitake has a buttery, woodsy taste and definitely lends itself to this particular recipe.
If you don’t have arugula on hand, any other green would work including spinach, kale, or escarole. The key is to mix them into the noodles only long enough to wilt and not cook them.
This recipe is fairly easy to prepare but please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
When I was first married I made a quiche a week. Since I have been vegan it was a challenge to get the cheesy-eggy consistency without traditional animal products. That is, until now!
This delish quiche comes together rather quickly. The pie crust is super-easy to make and comes out perfect each and every time. Feel free to add whatever vegetable you want, it does not have to be broccoli. Also, you can experiment with different cheeses, especially with so much variety available today!
The one veggie my grandsons will eat, consistently, is broccoli. They don’t particularly like broccoli slaw, due to the texture. I found that by pulsing it in the food processor makes all the difference. This recipe comes together in literally 5 minutes and stays in the refrigerator for a few days.
Also, I paired it with an Ina Garten recipe passed on from my sweet niece. I did a little tweaking with the original but for the most part, it is all Ina!
The first recipe is for the broccoli slaw and the second for the Cous-Cous Salad.