If you want some awesome easy one-pot meals, Vegan Bowl Attack! by Jackie Sobon (vegan phenom behind Vegan Yak Attack) has you covered.
Jackie pulls together her experience working on other vegan cookbooks as a writer, recipe developer, and photographer, and builds on her Sweet Treats column for VegNews magazine to serve up a bonanza of brilliant bowls for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and desserts!
Bowl Food. It's a hashtag. It's a buffet for one. It's a way of life for Jackie, and in this book she shares 100 of her best plant-based creations that will feed every flavorful fancy in a hearty and delicious way. What I love most about this book is that Jackie just bowls right into it! (Pardon the pun.) This books is all about food, glorious, food, and lots of it.
Some of my favorite recipes are: apple pie smoothie bowl; loaded potato breakfast bowl; tofu scramble burrito bowl; biscuit nacho bowl; nectarine porridge bowl; zebra crepe bowl; plantain tots con mojo; tikka cauliflower chunks; crispy portobello strips; baked onion rings; walnut chorizo taco salad; wedge salad with pepita bacon; smoky corn chowder bread bowl; white bean garlic bisque; mean green ramen; buffalo chickpea mac n cheeze; spicy sushi bowl; jackfruit chili verde; upside down shepherd's pie; fish taco bowl; seitan satay bowl; kimchi bowl; amaretto cherry ice cream; pumpkin spice affogato; s'mores pudding bowl, and kiwi pistachio mousse bowl.
It was challenging picking just one recipe to feature, but I settled on this raw herbed tofu salad. The salty, herbed tofu cheese, the ripe tomatoes, and the peppery arugula is a satisfying meal doubles as a great side dish. If you want your tofu saltier, marinate the tofu for up to 8 hours. The marinated tofu goes really well with all kinds of other salad combos, too. I've been popping it into my mouth like popcorn!
Snag your copy of Vegan Bowl Attack! and learn more about Jackie Sobon.