Plant Based CornbreadBy chef-Julia.comCornbread baked in my old iron skillet (lined with parchment paper) is perfect for enjoying with a bowl of chili, a plate of comfort food, and even as a component of cornbread dressing. Without the butter, eggs, and fat it will never taste like "grandma's cornbread", but it will still satisfy that part of you who craves cornbread.
Plant Based Green Bean Casserole with Crispy Onion ToppingBy chef-Julia.comWe all know the old green bean casserole served at holiday dinners. You know, the one with the canned green beans, canned soup, cheese, and canned onion rings? Well, my version is full of fresh green beans, a light vegetable broth based sauce and topped with not-fried onions. People attending my class said it was better than the one they grew up eating!
Plant Based Mac & CheeseBy chef-Julia.comI've made so many versions of this macaroni and cheese, and this is the best one by far. I'll be making it again very soon for family and friends. I know my grandchildren will love it!
Stuffed Acorn Squash with Old Fashioned DressingBy chef-Julia.comBesides looking so festive, this stuffed acorn squash is pleasing in so many ways. From the crispy edged bread dressing with plenty of sage, to the creamy acorn squash, you'll find yourself enjoying every bite.
No Oil Home Fried PotatoesBy chef-Julia.comThese potatoes are crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, seasoned well with spices and go perfectly with the oil-free tofu scramble. You can use already baked potatoes if you have some on hand.
Plant-Based Indian Platter (Quick Biryani)By chef-Julia.comThis dish is pictured at the bottom (6:00) position. This biryani is a very simple and quick version of the elaborate and much more complex full version. It is, however, packed with flavor and goes well with the other components.