This quiche includes an update to the filling recipe from my Spring Asparagus Quiche. It’s presented in pretty lazy fashion—grab a crust, sauté some veges, and make this filling—but it’s damned good. If you’ve got a little extra time to make brunch or lunch, then roll up your sleeves, dig out the unused veges from your fridge, and make some quiche!
Do you like quiche, but not the excessive amount of effort that it takes to prepare a vegan one? Fear not! Polenta pie is here! Don’t be intimated by the polenta—it won’t bite. Or are you into that sort of thing?
Vegan parmesan cheese! You can make up a bunch of this and keep it in a cupboard for numerous applications.
This dish is a breeze to throw together, and it will help to bring everyone around the table. The flavour is delicate, yet well rounded, and each bite is a pleasure.
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These bagels are chewy on the inside and crispy on the outside. The dough is stretchy. They don’t fall apart when boiled. And yet there’s neither gluten nor gums in them. Sensitive tummies of the world, rejoice! (For those of you on RSS: pop on over to the WGV to check out the site updates! Huzzah!)