Veggie Fest Recipes

We are dedicated to providing you with some of the best vegan and vegetarian recipes from cuisines all over the world. Enjoy our growing collection of recipes from renowned chefs who just love food!

Multiplier Onion PestoBy Veggie Fest TeamA multiplier onion is a variation of the more common green onion, also called spring onion. It produces more than one bulb per plant, hence the name multiplier. For this amazingly delicious recipe, you can substitute with the more common green onions. Multiplier onions are rich in thiamine as well as Vitamins C, B2, A, and Vitamin K. The fresh flavors of this pesto will elevate any salad, pizza, or pasta dish and will have you dreaming of summer.
Candied PecansBy Veggie Fest TeamCandied pecans make tasty holiday treats and gifts. Rich in oleic acid and phenolic antioxidants, they are immune boosters, anti-inflammatory, and help make the skin glow. As for their taste, we call them irresistible. Try this healthy version of candied pecans and share delicious health with your family and friends.
Caldo Tlalpeño (Vegan)By Veggie Fest TeamWhether called soup or stew, this spicy and hearty tlalpeño soup is a staple of homemade Mexican cuisine.
Coconut Whipped CreamBy Veggie Fest TeamThis coconut whipped cream adds a festive touch to any dessert and dresses up berries for all occasions.
Masala Tea CakeBy Veggie Fest TeamEnjoy a slice of this delicious tea cake and fill your home with the sweet smell of warming spices.
Stuffed Tofu Roast with Savory GravyBy Veggie Fest TeamThis traditional and flavorful vegan recipe will help you create the perfect Thanksgiving dinner. Add green beans, mashed potatoes, or yams and your non-veg guests won’t miss a thing. Cheers!
Fresh Cranberry RelishBy Veggie Fest TeamThe orange and walnuts elevate this traditional holiday relish to a delicious side dish for any feast.
Gado-GadoBy Veggie Fest TeamThis beautiful and fabulous recipe, Gado Gado, was demoed at Veggie Fest, 2019. This crowd-pleasing Indonesian vegetable salad is one of the staples on the menu at Manna Kitchen, the very first vegan restaurant to open in the western suburbs of Chicago.
Elderberry SyrupBy Veggie Fest TeamElderberry extractions are known to dramatically reduce the duration and severity of colds, flus, and viral infections. Several studies have shown that using elderberries early on and in frequent intervals can reduce the flu virus by 2 to 3 days. Use the syrup for those pre-flu signs: a tickle in the throat, fatigue, or achy muscles. You may just be able to prevent the illness altogether.
Elderberry-Hibiscus Iced TeaBy Veggie Fest TeamElderberries contain anthocyanins, powerful antioxidants, along with vitamins A and C, calcium, magnesium, iron, niacin, and potassium. Enjoy this potent combination of elderberry and hibiscus in a cool iced tea. The beautiful color and tangy flavor can be sipped throughout the day or served at a luncheon. Your guests will be happy to know that they’re being served a vitamin-rich and delicious tonic.
Elderberry Decoction or TeaBy Veggie Fest TeamThese highly medicinal bluish-black berries are antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory. Enjoy a cup of hot elderberry tea at any time of day. With or without honey, it’s relaxing and helps to keep the winter blues away.
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