Monthly Archives: January 2014

Vegan Recipes For The Big Game

Fun fact: I don’t watch football. Like, at all. I wouldn’t have remembered the game this weekend if it weren’t for all the snack food recipes popping up on Pinterest. While I don’t love football, I obviously love snack foods. And have I got some snack foods perfect for this Sunday! Below are some of my favorite snack-y GGV recipes if you’re watching the game, Puppy Bowl, or if just want to gorge one something delicious with friends. You can be that vegan who brings the plate of awesome to an omnivore’s party and has a smug look on their face as everyone devours your food, not realizing it’s vegan. Isn’t that the best? Enjoy!



Rojo onion rings with ranch dipping sauce

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Guy Fieri Recipe | Tequila Turkey Fettuccine



When I first saw this recipe in Guy Fieri Food, it sounded really gross. Apparently it’s the recipe that won Fieri The Next Food Network Star, so I felt obligated to make it. Alfredo (yes, even vegan) is hard to screw up because it’s basically just a salty, creamy, rich sauce, so it couldn’t be that bad, right?

It was actually completely delicious. I used Beyond Meat instead of trying to figure out a more accurate turkey replacement because I really don’t think there’s a difference between turkey and chicken anyway, and also who cares because the sauce is the star here, anyway. 


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Guy Fieri Recipe | Chicken Avocado Egg Rolls


Hello! December was kind of the worst for me cooking-wise. I had this vision of a month of candy recipe posts, but they all failed miserably. Towards the end of the month I decided to cleanse my creative palate with a classic Fieri recipe: chicken avocado egg rolls.

Years ago Isa Chandra Moskowitz blogged on The PPK about making egg rolls for Joaquin Phoenix and didn’t include a dough recipe because she said it was a nightmare (sadly the post seems to me gone, but it was a good one). I decided to double up on spring roll wrappers instead of trying to mimic egg rolls, and they provide a satisfying crunchy, chewy texture. 

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