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Victoria’s Nutrition Kitchen recipes use whole-food ingredients. They are void of refined sugars and oils. They are naturally vegan, (free of dairy and eggs), and gluten-free / celiac-friendly. I hope you enjoy them! I'd love to hear from you in the comments section.
I love cabbage and mushrooms and linguine, so goulash is one of my delicious, easy go-to meals!
The great thing about goulash is that you make a lot and leftovers will keep for several days refrigerated, or even frozen for a few months.
This easy soup can be made in either on the stove top in a soup pot or in a slow cooker, and who doesn’t look a slower cooker meal?!read more
Mixed-eating family? Tempeh, tofu, chicken, beef or pork? … Avocado or cheese?... Creamy Garlic Dip or sour cream? This Freedom Fajita can be served with the rainbow of colored bell peppers and onions, and whatever other fillings you need to please your crowd....read more
Creamy, rich, and delicious! This satisfying comfort food is simple and easy. For a different variation, replace broccoli with asparagus. If nuts are an allergy problem, replace the cashews with 12 oz silken or fresh firm tofu + 3 Tbsp tahini. A few dollops of cooked...read more
Leave a bit of texture (veggie chunks) when you blend the soup so it doesn't end up like baby food…unless you are feeding a baby…in which case, mush away! If it comes out too thick, simply thin out with a bit of broth or water. Don’t have a blender? You can use a...read more
Mix it up with a variety of root veggies or if you're a reluctant vegetable eater, start with just potato poutine. Once you've got your family addicted to this rich cheezy vegan poutine sauce (the original poutine is meat-based gravy and cheese curds) start...read more
The original Canadian Poutine was invented in Quebec and was a meat-based gravy with cheese curds over french fries. We can do better!! Serve this vegan poutine over roasted potatoes or a variety of roasted veggies! I've been using this tried and true cheezy sauce...read more
Chutney is a traditional accompaniment to curry dishes that balances and cools. Topping Curry-in-a-Hurry with fresh coconut ginger chutney makes this quick curry dish special, so don't leave it out… it takes only five minutes! Coconut Ginger Chutney has a sweet and...read more
This cheezy potato-grain-based pizza crust is as satisfying as any flour crust. You can bake it in advance, adding your favorite toppings and heating prior to serving. Save Print Cheezy Pizza Crust Author: Victoria Laine Serves:: 1 lg crust Prep time:: 30...read more
Save Print Tempeh Pecan Pate Wraps Variations abound…change up the pecans with either walnuts, cashews or sunflower seeds. Add a teaspooon of your favorite curry powder or paste. Add chopped greens like parsley, dill or cilantro. Replace dill pickles with other...read more
Save Print Open Sesame Edamame Stirfry Noodle Bowl w/ Tangy Ginger Sauce The secret to successful stirfrying is to have all of your vegetables, as well as your homemade sauce prepared before cooking begins. Making your sauce in bulk, in advance, means you have it on...read more
This easy, delicious recipe was given to me by my dear friend Anne many years ago. I’ve tweaked it slightly and demonstrated it in cooking classes many times. It’s a great way to introduce legumes (beans) to first timers!read more
A great way to introduce legumes! This warmly spiced dish is laced with sweet dates that counter the lemon and spice for new palettes. One serving packs 10 gms fiber! One test family said this dish reminds them of "sweet and sour chicken". Ingredients: 2 cups basmati...read more