How is your Veganuary going? If you haven't already heard me harping on about Vegnuary, it's a campaign to encourage people to try eating Vegan for the month of January, in a bid to reduce factory farming andencourage healthier eating.
We have been trying to follow Vegnuary too. I have blogged a couple of the recipes we have made, and there are others in the recipes section of my blog. Tonight we had Veggie Fajitas - a great family favourite which we haven't had since well before Christmas. As a filling I used Mushrooms, Peppers and Onions, and mixed them with a packet of Fajita Spices. I also added some lime juice to the mix for a bit of extra liquid. I cooked some long-grain rice and then added it to vegetables and spices, to bulk the filling out a little. I used Mission Valley Wraps which are Vegan. You could also add an enchilada sauce to pour over the top and bake in the oven for a little more of a substantial meal, which I guess would make them enchiladas rather than fajitas! For some dairy alternatives, you could add some Vegan Cheese too.
The Foodies 100 kindly asked me to contribute a round-up of Veganuary recipes to their site. I trawled the best of the internet, to find some great bloggers who have either been blogging about Veganuary, or who have created some delicious vegan recipes this month.
You can read my Veganuary round-up here. There are lots of fantastic vegan recipes being created by bloggers - perhaps try searching for them by using the #veganuary or #morethancarrots hashtags on twitter.