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Getting Saucy: Romesco

We love versatile sauces here at Green Chef. Making one delicious sauce that can be used for a variety of meals gives you incredible freedom in the kitchen. Romesco is one of our favorites that fits into this category. A Catalan staple, decadent and nutty, Romesco is excellent on grilled meats, like our fish recipe next week. Or try spreading Romesco on your next sandwich to kick it up a notch!   Romesco (gluten-free) ⅔ cup roasted red peppers, sliced…

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Getting Saucy: Vegan Artichoke Gremolata

At Green Chef, we always love using popular sauces in unique ways. While gremolata often conjures up images of meaty dishes, here we add artichokes to this classic Italian topping and pair it with our vegan meals. This bright, herbaceous gremolata works wonderfully with roasted vegetables and even as a way to elevate your next pasta dish.   Vegan Artichoke Gremolata 1 lemon 10-12 sprigs parsley 2-3 cloves garlic ½ cup artichoke hearts ½ tablespoon olive oil salt and pepper…

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Getting Saucy: Vegan Alfredo

We don’t create vegan fare by simply eliminating animal products from recipes. Our sauces follow that same philosophy and are crafted with flavor in mind. Get all the comfort of pasta Alfredo with this vegan sauce. Here, it’s made with tofu, almond milk, and a vegan Worcestershire for rich, creamy flavors.   Vegan Alfredo Sauce 1 ½ teaspoons garlic, minced ¼ cup yellow onion, diced 2 teaspoons nutritional yeast 2 ½ teaspoons lemon juice ¼ cup almond milk, unsweetened ½…

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Getting Saucy: Pineapple Salsa

Looking to punch up your dish with a Caribbean twist? This pineapple salsa is inspired by a popular spicy fruit salad snack in Trinidad and Tobago called “chow.” Like many salsas, this goes great as a topping for meats or just enjoy it with some chips!   Pineapple Salsa 1 cup pineapple, chunks 12-15 sprigs cilantro 1 Roma tomato 3 tablespoons red onions, diced 1 jalapeño 1 lime 2-3 cloves garlic salt and pepper to taste Roughly chop pineapple. Place…

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Getting Saucy: Mango-Coconut Chutney

Chutney is an Indian condiment that’s a perfect complement to curried dishes. Ingredients can vary by region and they serve as a great balance to intense spices. Here we combine a popular South Indian version (coconut), and a common North Indian chutney (mango) to add a sweet finish to your dishes. Alternatively, you can spread chutney on bread (what sauce isn’t good on bread!) and even use it as a pairing on your next cheese plate.   Mango-Coconut Chutney (Gluten-Free)…

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