From the Vegan Sourcebook by Joanne Stepaniak. The recipe says, "This spread offers a very rich and creamy alternative to commercial mayonnaise. It's also great for soy-sensitive children and adults as most prepared mayonnase substitutes are tofu based." This recipe is untried by me so far.
From the July 2001 Vegetarian Times. Arame is a dried sea vegetable with a mild, sweet taste that is a good source of protein, iodine, calcium and iron. This makes a ton! Prep is fast if you use a food processor.
From Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey by Najmieh Batmanglij. In the list of ingredients is also 1 Tbsp angelica powder but the recipe editor would not let me add it. This is untried by me so far, but I plan on making it this winter while pomegranites are in season. It took me quite some time to find angelica powder. I found it in a magic speciality shop.
From fatfreevegan.com. This salad is lovely and can be made ahead. Add or subtract the chipotles to fit your own taste. I have also replaced the cilantro with Italian parsley when served to someone who hates cilantro and it turned out well.
From weight watchers website. This is yummy. Not your traditional falafel, but fantastic for not being deep fried and much healthier this way.
Note: If your chick pea mixture is too dry to form nice patties (which seems to happen with some of the canned chick pea brands) then just add some liquid to them to help them bind together, such as tahini, lemon juice, oil or water.
From Fatfree.com, posted by Jayne Spielman who credits this recipe to a 1998 NY Times article which adapted it from
"Uncommon Fruits and Vegetables" by Elizabeth Schneider. Is that credit or what? Unusual but tasty and no fat.
These turned out pretty good. Took almost twice the amount of time to cook than what the original recipe stated (the time listed here is more accurate). Original came with a recipe for a mushroom sauce, but I served this with home made tomato sauce, like what you would put on to pasta. This makes a lot of croquettes and half of the recipe would be plenty for the two of us next time. I also had to add fine bread crumbs in order to get the patties to stick together. Adapted from a recipe submitted by Jan Gordon on fatfree.com. I think that this recipe will be even better with other vegetables and or herbs and spices added to the barley mixture. This is a good base recipe and warrants some playing around with. I'd love to hear how you tweaked it!
From fatfreevegan.com. This is a great vegan meal for the grill. It's super easy to make and way better for you than pre-made processed fake meat you can buy at the store. Be careful not to over cook or to let them dry out. Fab with bbq corn or other veggies, salad and a roll.
This recipe was found in Robin Robertson's Vegan Planet. My hubby is a brewer, so I naturally gravitated toward this recipe. I think this recipe would be equally as good with sliced portabello mushrooms. It's all about the sauce, which is thick and delicious. The carmelized onions are what makes this so tasty, in my opinion. The note says to serve it over noodles and to wash it down with more of the beer that you use in the stew. I served it over mashed potatoes and a side of steamed broccoli and used (and drank) oatmeal stout. Yum.
From Farmer John's Cookbook: The Real Dirt on Vegetables. I make this without the peanut oil and just a splash of the sesame oil for my dietary needs, but wanted to post it as written. This is a wonderful way to serve steamed broccoli.