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I came across the idea of a classic carpaccio, which is traditionally made with beef. However, the idea behind the dish is a simple one that can be duplicated with zucchini. So I figured, why not add a twist with fresh fennel and some homemade, plant-based ricotta cheese? This is a great side dish or starter to add to any meal. Enjoy!

Spring has sprung, and that means the lighter the fare, the better. Here on Feed the Vegan, I am almost at the close of my series exploring classic dishes. I was thinking about how hot it can get here in the Northeast and brainstorming a cool refreshing dish for the spring and summer months.

I came across the idea of a classic carpaccio, which is traditionally made with beef. However, the idea behind the dish is a simple one that can be duplicated with zucchini. So I figured, why not add a twist with fresh fennel and some homemade, plant-based ricotta cheese? This is a great side dish or starter to add to any meal. Enjoy!