I was tempted to name this “Tangerine Julius” because of how intensely similar it tastes to the drink sold at the popular mall food court staple “Orange Julius.” It’s frothy, vividly orange, and feels like you’re eating a glass of sunshine.
Many Russian, East European, German dishes are meat and cream heavy, and thus rather difficult to make vegan. But using cashews and multiple varieties of mushrooms, this recipe extracts all of the comfort and heartiness found in a meat stroganoff and replaces it here.
Usually, biscuits tend to be a bit on the dry side, especially when they're vegan, but these are lovely and tender, with the sweet-tartness of the lemon and orange peel shining through. They're a perfect base for strawberry shortcake stacks in the summertime.