Adding black pepper to your cooking is a great way to give the recipe a little kick. It’s simple, but it really steps up the flavor profile of your dish. Black pepper is one of the most commonly used spices and is super versatile! If you love black pepper, then check out these vegan black pepper recipes!
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1. Miso Ramen Bowl With Tellicherry Black Pepper Tofu
What do you do if you’re craving something that is rich and bursts with umami? Make this vegan Miso Ramen Bowl With Tellicherry Black Pepper Tofu by Anett Velsberg! The combination of miso, dried shiitakes and a tiny amount of soy milk does the trick. Plus, the Tellicherry black pepper tofu gives it a nice kick. Complete with miso-glazed bok choy and sautéed shimeij mushrooms, this vegan ramen will have you wanting more before you’ve even slurped the last noodle.
2. Corn and Black Bean Chips
Source: Corn and Black Bean Chips
3. Seitan Steak With Peppercorn Sauce
4. Crispy Salt and Pepper Potato Wedges
Crispy and buttery on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside=the equation for a perfect potato wedge. These Crispy Salt and Pepper Potato Wedges by Kristina Humphreys are transformed from whole potatoes into buttery and soft fleshed potato wedges with a crisp outer skin infused with seasonings. They are soft on the inside, yet crispy on the outside, and are coated with a buttery-herb mixture that is infused with garlic and seasoned with pepper and pink salt.
5. Artichokes with Garlic and Black Pepper Aioli
There are lots of ways to cook artichokes whole-steaming, boiling, roasting, in a slow cooker, in the microwave, but this recipe uses boiling, mostly because you really get a beautiful, creamy texture all the way through, the leaves don’t get tough and dried out, and you’re more assured that it’s cooked all the way through. The garlic & black pepper aioli is perfect for dipping as a replacement for butter. You will love these Artichokes with Garlic and Black Pepper Aioli by Rachel Carr!
6. Salt and Pepper Tofu
Source: Salt and Pepper Tofu
7. Turmeric Peppercorn Wellness Milk
This tasty, health-boosting Turmeric Peppercorn Wellness Milk by Larice Feuerstein is a spin-off of the popular “golden milk” and golden latte. It’s a fusion of vitamin-rich juice and nourishing plant milk. It’s free of dairy and refined sweeteners, and is just loaded with antioxidants, beneficial nutrients, and immune system boosters.
8. French Pâté with Pistachios and Peppercorns en Croute
For a pretty presentation, this recipe is studded with green pistachios and chunky peppercorns, just like a classic French pâté. The secret ingredient is parsnip, which purees to silky smoothness and sweetly balances with rich walnuts. You don’t have to wrap it in puff pastry (you can unmold and serve it before the baking instructions below), but it makes for a real showstopper at parties. Without the pastry, this French Pâté with Pistachios and Peppercorns en Croute by Plant-Based Meats, Robin Asbell is gluten-free.
9. Peppered Tofu Steaks
Source: Peppered Tofu Steaks
Unseasoned tofu never draws people over to the barbecue—that’s a fact. However, nobody can resist these delicious, Peppered Tofu Steaks by VBQ: The Ultimate Vegan Barbecue Cookbook, Nadine Horn and Jörg Mayer —that’s a promise.
10. Triple Peppercorn Cheese
Source: Triple Peppercorn Cheese
Wake up your taste buds with this fragrant, spicy Triple Peppercorn Cheese by Vegan Cheese: Simple, Delicious, Plant-Based Recipes. Creamy and delightful, it is delicious on its own, crumbled on a salad, or to add a gentle kick to your morning bagel.
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