As if you needed any further reasons not to eat chickens, here are 21 more:
Zacchary Bird uses aquafaba (the juice from a can of beans) to help make the frying batter and jackfruit for the “meat.” The results are totally realistic and insanely delish.
As if we needed more reasons to love this meatless meat company—it also offers simple, delicious recipes on its website.
Gardein’s chick’n scallopini work great for these tasty rolls.
If you’ve never used jackfruit before, we recommend Blissful Basil’s approach, which keeps it simple and healthy, with mouthwatering results.
You would never guess how easy it is to make a pot pie until you see a recipe like ours. It takes less than an hour and serves six!
The best part of this burger is that it’s stacked with delicious plant-based bacon and homemade cruelty-free vegan fried chicken. You know you can’t look away.
Watch the magic below:
Aren’t you curious when the words “sushi” and “burrito” are next to each other?
Bet you haven’t dusted your pizza crust with ground pistachios. Luckily, Hot for Food shows you how.
You’re only 30 minutes from this delectable comfort food recipe by Namely Marly, which can be made gluten-free with just two small alterations.
With all the flavor and none of the guilt, this is a secret-weapon recipe that every vegan cook should have in his or her kitchen.
Hot for Food’s recipe had us at chili flakes, fresh ginger, and grated tangerine zest. Swoon.
Since chickens are slaughtered in order to produce poultry products for places such as McDonald’s and KFC, one shudders to think of what actually goes into these bite-sized snacks. With our cruelty-free recipe, you won’t have to.
Tofurky’s legendary BBQ Chick’n Tacos are so tasty, we just can’t get enough!
We use Tofurky Slow Roasted Thai Basil Chik’n to add heft to these delicate rolls.
Oh My Veggies based this recipe on her favorite dish from a local vegetarian Chinese restaurant. She claims that the restaurant’s dish actually made her friend cry tears of joy.
Beyond Meat’s Grilled Strips add protein power to this colorful salad.
The Edgy Veg says, “I promise they will taste JUST like the meat version.” Recipes that are realistic like this one can easily win over meat-eating friends and family.
The Edgy Veg mixes vital wheat gluten, nutritional yeast, and onion powder to achieve a perfect consistency, while tahini, hot sauce, and a poultry seasoning mix provide the flavor.
So simple and so delicious, our “chicken” salad recipe is a great sandwich filling for kids’ school lunches.
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