Recipes

1000 Vegan Recipes


1,000 VEGAN RECIPES


Savory Artichoke Squares


Singapore Noodles with Tempeh


Grilled Vegetable Skewers with Charmoula Sauce


Coconut Pistachio Rice Pudding

Quick-Fix Vegan

QUICK-FIX VEGAN


Hummamole


Vietnamese Tofu Wraps


Spicy Smoked Portobello Tacos


Tiramisu Parfaits

Vegan Fire & Spice


VEGAN FIRE & SPICE


Hunan Fried Rice


Chipotle Corn


Seitan Fajitas with Poblano Chiles


Chickpea Falafel

Quick-Fix Vegetarian


QUICK-FIX VEGETARIAN


Creamy Tortilla Soup


Tempeh with Coconut-Peanut Sauce


No-Bake Oatmeal


Cookies with Almonds and Dried Cranberries

Vegan Planet



VEGAN PLANET


Belgian-Style Seitan Stew


Pan Bagna


Cranberry-Walnut Oatmeal Cookies


Ultimate Shepherd's Pie


Mahogany Eggplant


Tuscan White Beans

Fresh from the Vegetarian Slow Cooker



FRESH FROM THE VEGETARIAN SLOW COOKER


Smashed Sweet Potatoes with Dried Cranberries


Bell Peppers Stuffed with Salsa Rice and Beans


Lentil Soup with Ribbons of Kale
Spicy Black Bean Chili


Lemon-Lime Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust

Party Vegan Recipes

 

PARTY VEGAN


Sherried Mushrooms


Finger-Lickin’ Tempeh Fingers


Szechwan Green Beans and Shallots


Ginger-Spice Cupcakes

Vegetarian Meat & Potatoes

 

THE VEGETARIAN MEAT & POTATOES COOKBOOK


Oyster-Mushroom Chowder


Cranberry-Pistachio Scones


Fauxscargot


Baby Spinach Salad


Vegetarian Brunswick Stew

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1 Carrie Ruble June 25, 2012 at 12:37 am

Why is the ‘Rotini with Pesto Bianco’ pictured as being part of your 1,000 recipes but it is not in the book?

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2 Robin June 25, 2012 at 8:15 am

It’s there Carrie — on page 202: Tricolor Rotini with Pesto Bianco. See my other comment for some variation ideas.

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3 Carrie Ruble June 25, 2012 at 12:38 am

The ‘Rotini with Pesto Bianco’ is supposed to be in your 1,000 recipes book, but it is nowhere to be found.
Where is this recipe?

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4 Robin June 25, 2012 at 8:13 am

Carrie, It’s on page 202 of 1,000 Vegan Recipes. Called “Tricolor Rotini with Pesto Bianco” — although you don’t needto use the tricolor rotini — I just think the additional colors make the dish prettier. You can use any kind of pasta shape and any kind of plain unsweetened nondairy milk. When ready to serve, I like to add pitted kalamata olives, halved cherry or grape tomatoes, or pieces of leftover cooked broccoli, thawed frozen green peas, or cooked cannellini beans.

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5 Adrienne July 13, 2012 at 5:52 pm

Hi Robin – I’m looking for your Buffalo Cauliflower Pizza recipe (all the links I’ve found bring me to this blog, but I can’t find the recipe here). Is it in one of your books? Thanks!

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6 Robin July 16, 2012 at 11:14 am

Hi Adrienne, The recipe is on this site. You can find it here:

http://robinrobertson.com/buffalo-cauliflower-pizza-2/

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7 Ullas Soman September 22, 2012 at 5:20 am

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project in a community in the same niche. Your blog provided us beneficial information to work on.

You have done a marvellous job!

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8 Hanna October 22, 2012 at 10:51 am

Hello Robin!

I made your fantastic apple butter in my slow cooker – it is delicious! I now have more than I can use, and was wondering if it was safe to can in a water bath, and if so, how long it would be good for.

FYI, I didn’t peel the apples – my immersion blender really made short work of the peels, and the strainer took out any remaining gunk.

Best,
Hanna

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9 Robin October 25, 2012 at 2:23 pm

Hanna, I’m sure you could can it in a waterbath — just follow directions for doing that and I’m sure those instructions will list how long it will be good for. I just freeze what I don’t think I can use, but it often disappears right away (I use it in baking and sauces, t00.)

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10 Nancy Gall-Clayton November 3, 2012 at 9:28 am

Robin, I picked up Quick-Fix Vegetarian at a thrift store and fell in love. However, I’m hoping one of your cookbooks focuses on recipes that don’t use oil, now that I’m trying to follow the “Forks and Knives” diet. And if you haven’t written one yet, please do!

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11 Robin November 6, 2012 at 5:35 pm

Hi Nancy, Many of my recipes are easy to make without oil. In my most recent books, I’ve been offering a no added oil variation to many of my recipes. Also, there is a blogger who has been working her way through my 1,000 Vegan Recipes book and revising the recipes to use no oil. You may find that interesting. Here is the link: http://testing-1000vr.blogspot.com/

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12 Nancy Gall-Clayton November 8, 2012 at 8:55 am

Thanks for a quick, very helpful suggestion! My boss (who introduced me to No Oil Cooking) and and I are thrilled. Love the photos and comments on the blog. Thanks again!

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13 Sara January 4, 2013 at 2:45 am

Hi Robin I have just bought your e book 1000 vegan recipes
However am disappointed to see there are no images with any of the recipes Is there anywhere I can access associated images

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14 Robin January 4, 2013 at 9:18 am

Hi Sara,

Thanks for buying 1000 Vegan Recipes. I hope you enjoy it. The publisher who publishes the “1000″ series of cookbooks doesn’t include images of the recipes because it would make an already huge and expensive to produce even more huge and expensive. HOWEVER…..
You can find lots of photos of the recipes online. Here is the link to one of the blogs devoted to 1000 Vegan Recipes: http://1000veganrecipes.blogspot.com/
Here is another link of a blog by someone who makes the recipes with no added oil:
http://testing-1000vr.blogspot.com/
In addition to these two sites, I frequently post photos from the book on my blog as well as on Pinterest. You can also find several photos of the recipes on the book’s Amazon page (just look at the row of recipe images underneat the larger cookbook cover image — you can click on them and make them bigger to view. Hope this helps!

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15 Amy January 23, 2013 at 7:39 pm

I love your Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker cookbook. I noticed the note about no one wanting the vegan haggis recipe – well, I might just be the only one! I would love to have it! Which book is it in!!

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16 Robin January 24, 2013 at 1:01 pm

Amy, The recipe for vegan haggis is posted on this site. Here’s the link:
http://robinrobertson.com/yuba-wrapped-vegan-haggis-3/

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17 Ivonne March 25, 2013 at 12:33 pm

Dear Robin, I was reading Kathy Preston’s book “The Lean” and she mention your name on her book, so I got all excited viewed your website and found your wonderful books. I bought ” 1,000 Vegan Recipes”, “The Party Vegan” and ” Vegan on the Cheap” and I am so glad because you have wonderful recipes that I am dying to try, I want to let you know these will be my 1st books to try I am trying to change my life style. My paternal side of my family are diabetics and even though I am not, I want to prevent that. My mom’s side of the family some are high cholesterol and some have Arthritis and I am trying to stop that and I want my husband and children to have a better life too, so I am leaning into being vegetarian little by little I do want to let you know I am a Seventh Day Adventist and we do believe in Pro-Health and we believe in being vegetarian. Actually Dr. Oz has made a show on communities that have a long life and we( Seventh Adventists) were mentioned in his show. Anyway I want to thank you and love your books and I have also bought Dr. Furhman’s book so you all have made a complete sense in my life. I will let you know once I become a full vegetarian!!!

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18 Julie Desjardins August 19, 2013 at 9:20 pm

Ivonne – it will not be hard for you or your family to become vegetarian, and even enjoy vegan meals, with the recipes from Robin’s books; I haven’t met a recipe of hers that I didn’t like yet.
Happy cooking!

Julie:)

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19 andre July 19, 2013 at 11:52 pm

hey,

does anyone know the recipe for the cashew cream or cashew sauce from her, vegan on the cheap cookbook. im home and left the book at my job.

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20 Julie Desjardins August 19, 2013 at 9:18 pm

Hello Robin!

I just decided to google your name and to my immense delight, up pops your website – of course, I shouldn’t be surprised but I’ve been so immersed in your various cookbooks I just didn’t think about it before now.

Anyway, I just want to say thank you for the most delicious, fresh, fool-proof vegan recipes ever! Other than left overs, it’s hard for us to ever eat the same thing twice because there is always a new recipe I want to try. I have Quick-Fix Vegan, Fresh From the Vegan Slow Cooker & 1,000 Vegan recipes – the latter of which I am trying to work my way through! Tonight we had your falafels with the tangy lemon-tahini sauce; a divine classic.

I try to encourage family, friends and anyone who’s interested, to eat a whole-foods, plant-based diet and your recipes certainly make that endeavor more than palatable. I have a small little group on FaceBook called Watch Your Mouth and I always reference your recipes and cookbooks there and on my home page; you are my cookbook crush – lol!!

So thank you again … I will definitely enjoy looking over your site.

Sincerely

Julie A Desjardins

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21 Robin September 24, 2013 at 1:50 pm

Thank you Julie. I appreciate your kind words about my recipes. It means a lot to me!

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