This easy but delicious vegetable stock recipe is a great alternative to premade vegetable stocks. This one is made with shitake mushrooms, Korean radish or mu, and a little bit of umami from kelp.
I have slowly started to eat more and more salads. But eating the same old salad all of the time can get very boring. To keep it from getting boring, we need to change things up. Adding different ingredients can definitely help. Changing the dressing to this sugar-free poppyseed dressing is game-changing.
I know that Impossible burgers are not the healthiest things in the world but sometimes I need to satisfy that burger craving. When I found out that Impossible ground beef is now sold in retail stores I wanted to try cooking my own.
These vegan biscuits are super tender and have a nice crumb. They are not flaky; perhaps I will take on that challenge another time.
After spending time in the Middle East and enjoying street food falafel wraps, I had to learn how to make my own homemade falafel. But I am not calling this a traditional falafel recipe, but it was developed after reading many traditional recipes. My version is made with only dry chickpeas. In some places they use fava beans or a mixture of chickpeas and fava beans. Since it’s easier for most people to find chickpeas, and I want this to be an easy falafel recipe, I went with just chickpeas. This may not be the world’s best falafel, but I really like it, and it’s gout-friendly and accidentally vegan.
For the most part, soy products are safe for people with gout. Notice I said, for the most part, some gout sufferers do report that soy causes flare ups. So if you, not one of the people that soy is a problem, tofu can be a great source of complete protein. But it does have an image problem. Mostly it’s soft and tasteless. This recipe will show you have to take on the soft tissue. With a few simple steps and you will be able to make extra crispy tofu.
Mongolian chicken and Mongolian beef are two dishes that I love. With the new diet, they are not on the menu. This gout friendly version is delicious and simpler than my other versions.
Vegan / Gout Friendly recipe for stroganoff using Beyond Meat instead of ground beef.
This simple gout friendly burger can be cooked indoors or on the grill.
I love a good burger! After changing my diet to help control my gout, it is one of the things that has been really hard to do without. But ground beef from unknown cuts of the animal is very dangerous for gout suffers. So for this recipe, we will substitute portobello mushrooms. To compensate for the lack of mayo and cheese, we will load it up with smashed avocado.
This simple recipe for dal makhani using the Instant Pot is a gout friendly source of protein, fiber, and other nutrients like folic acid, iron, and magnesium. But more important than that, this recipe is delicious.
This gravy would be good on your biscuits or your mashed potatoes. To be honest, I would be good at just about anything. Heck, I have an old pair of work boots that could be good with this gravy on them.
Bibimbap is a great way to use up leftover banchan (Korean side dishes). Or a quick meal after making a bunch of banchan for the week. This version will use some seasoned spinach banchan (Sigeumchi-namul) in my last recipe and some that we will make for the dish. Gosari 고사리 is also really good in bibimbap.
No veggie dish is mandatory; it’s really up to you what to put. The combinations are endless. Have fun and experiment.
This simple Korean seasoned vegetable dish (Sigeumchi namul) is made with fresh spinach and seasoned with Korean fermented bean paste (Doenjang). In Korean restaurants, it is usually served with Korean BBQ, spicy foods, or kimbap.
We will make a very simple roasted salsa Roja (red salsa) cooked in an air fryer for today’s recipe. This recipe is better than what you will find at most Americanized Mexican restaurants. The best part is you can adjust it to your taste. If you are like my Wife and think cilantro is soapweed, then leave it out.
This is an updated recipe with better pictures and more information that I have learned from making this recipe several times.
I have been eating kimchi for a long time. But usually, we buy it. Most kimchi in the Korean markets have seafood, including shellfish; as someone who suffers from gout, shellfish is off the menu.
I can and do eat soups year-round. However, when it comes to stews, I prefer them in cold weather. But that is not a law, but in hot weather, lighter food is the way to go.
I love Mexican salsa verde, the kind made with slightly tart tomatillos. It’s a very versatile salsa. You can throw everything in a blender raw, blend, and serve, or you can roast over an open fire. The most common method is to blister on a plancha (flat grill) or dry pan.
Hello! Ever experienced the joy of classic red sauce? It’s the ultimate comfort food – simple, yet oh-so delicious. Remember the red sauce from our childhoods? Well, this version is a game-changer—it’s entirely meat-free, thanks to TVP. So, you get all the flavor without the beef. Let’s create some tasty, meatless memories!