One of my favorite Thai dishes is a soup seasoned with lime leaves, galangal root and chili. Make sure you clarify no fish sauce, no chicken broth, no beef broth. Most Thai places will use those ‘cheap flavor’ soup additives. This is not always a safe dish to get.
And of course, real unsweetened sticky rice is used to dip into the soup. That is the final touch, which makes this dish extra hardy 🙂
A perfect dish to share is baked vegan pasta. Pick your favorite organic pasta, make your organic sauce from scratch, and add your favorite cheese substitute.
Personally I like to make my ricotta out of tofu, crumbled and seasoned as my relations traditionally seasoned ricotta. The only difference is what I am seasoning, tofu instead of sickening cow cheese (dairy allergy).
For the topping, I usually do not use fake vegan cheese, but this is what my relatives are used to seeing, so I use it for them.
Vegan Cookies from a church cookie walk! Score! Chalk this one up on the rare grand joys in vegan life. Of course, I think they cost 20 something dollars…but it’s supporting good ministries. I’m sure that makes the cookies taste all the better 😉