Lobster is the star of this dish. The sweet, delicate flavor shines through all components– from the lobster cream sauce (made with cashew cream and a homemade stock, using the reserved lobster shells) to each bite of tender lobster meat. The angel hair noodles further elevate this elegant protein, and the result is… heavenly.
The most delicious salmon drizzled in a dairy free garlic butter sauce with thyme, rosemary, and oregano. It’s all cooked together on one sheet pan and comes together in 20 minutes. Easy.
Inspired by my favorite dish at Din Tai Fung, these are chewy Asian rice cakes with mixed veggies and sesame-fried tofu in a savory sauce.
Mushrooms sautéed with butter & thyme, nutmeg spiced spinach, caramelized onions and vegan cheese. Any pizza crust works… the flavor is all in the toppings. But the real secret is the roasted garlic tapenade. Don’t skip.
Dairy free crab dip stuffed into mushroom cups and then baked. Perfect bite sized appetizers and as easy as it gets to prepare. The key is to par-roast the mushrooms upside down before stuffing and baking so they release their moisture.
Salmon filets are pan seared and basted with a dairy free miso butter, yielding flaky, tender flesh and extra crispy skin. Served over steam-crisped sautéed broccolini. Simple and savoury.
Easy, flavorful, one-pan lemon, basil, and artichoke orzo. It uses mostly pantry ingredients and comes together in about 30 minutes. Serve hot as a main dish or cold as a pasta salad appetizer.
Shredded cabbage and carrots are seasoned with rice vinegar, toasted sesame oil, garlic and ginger. Topped with green onions and crispy wonton strips and kissed with sweet chili sauce. Healthy, flavorful, vegan and very straightforward.. this is simply unwrapped filling of an egg roll.
If you’ve never had butternut squash with seafood, now is the time to try. The nuttiness of the purée pairs so beautifully with the sweet, buttery scallops and oyster mushrooms bring an earthiness that really rounds out the dish. These three uniquely flavorful components create a truly perfect bite.
Spicy, garlicky shrimp served with a tangy, citrus aioli. You don’t need the stove at all for this one, and the whole dish takes about 30 minutes. Simple. Delicious.