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    Becky's Vegan Recipes

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    This "meatless" loaf is packed full of protein. And, as an added bonus, it has potato and veggies baked right in. This goes nicely with a fresh green salad and some basmati rice. This is yet another recipe from my favorite cookbook, "The Vegetarian Meat and Potatoes Cookbook"

    Recipe #86133

    This is a great meatless substitute for the seasoned ground beef you find in many Mexican recipes. I use this over nachos, or as a filling for tacos, burritos, or enchiladas. Because of the wonderful spices in the mixture, I find that alot of my favorite "meat-eaters" really don't miss the ground beef at all!! ; >

    Recipe #121414

    This low fat version of pesto is simply wonderful, and it's just bursting with fresh flavor. I really like the flavor of traditional pesto, but the addition of the tomatoes in this recipe really, really goes well with all that lovely fresh basil. This makes just enough pesto for one pound of your favorite cooked pasta. Or use it to top eggs, baked potatoes, fish, spread it on sandwiches, or add as an extra flavoring to soups or rice. The possibilities are endless! I've also made this using part fresh parsley when I didn't have an entire cup of fresh basil on hand.

    Recipe #81366

    I really LOVE green beans, and this recipe is yet another tasty way to serve them. I belive the recipe called for whole garlic cloves, but I like to smash them with the back of my knife to 1) get the peels off and 2) release some of that wonderful garlic flavor. I enjoy these beans right out the oven as is, but if you're like my husband, go ahead and add the couple tbsp of the vinegar of your choice before serving. These taste great right from the oven, or at room temp.

    Recipe #94202

    This is a wonderfully simple corn salad. Great for picnics or cookouts (we had this for Memorial Day this year!) It's a great way to show off all the wonderful fresh corn and basil from the Farmer's Market in the summertime!

    Recipe #93199

    The tiny specs of fresh vanilla bean in the syrup really add great flavor to all this wonderful fruit. Please feel free to substitute different fresh fruit that might be in season for any of the fruit I have listed here!

    Recipe #92588

    This is a lovely, refreshing salad that has a little "kick" to it! AND the contrast of colors between the carrots and cucumbers is really amazing. This salad comes from the Whole Foods Market website.

    Recipe #109469

    This was absolutely delicious! It will make a tofu lover out of you yet (I hope!). I let my tofu sit overnight in the marinade, and then baked it, and I thought it turned out great. As I describe below, be sure to really "press" the excess liquid out of your tofu to ensure that it absorbs the marinade. Don't be afraid to put something really heavy on it to draw out the moisture. Cast iron pan works great! Source: Sunday Moosewood cookbook

    Recipe #81284

    I found this recipe in one of my favorite cookbooks: "The Vegetarian Meat and Potatoes Cookbook" Besides being a great dairy free recipe for "mac and cheese", the flavor of the dish from the miso, tofu and lemon is really unique. It's also a fun way to sneak tofu into the diets of non vegetarians. I do eat dairy, so I usually use skim milk and real cheese instead of the soy, but the original recipe from the book uses the non-dairy options.

    Recipe #81158

    This is a great salad that's easy to prepare, and it's a great way to use up any day old bread you might have leftover. Please don't be restricted to the dressing listed here. Feel free to toss salad with any Italian, or oil and vinegar based dressing of your choice. A balsamic vinaigrette works great with this too.

    Recipe #78749

    I found this recipe in a copy of Vegetarian Times. Gallo Pinto translates as "painted rooster", and is a dish eaten by many Costa Ricans almost every day. The addition of ginger and Worcestershire adds a quite unique flavor to this dish.

    Recipe #78747

    For those of you who have never tried it, tempeh is a made from fermented soybeans that have been pressed into firm cakes. It has a "nutty" and meaty texture, and, like tofu, it absorbs flavors of surrounding ingredients really well. Tempeh is a very popular "meat" alternative for vegetarian cooks. The first step in this recipe has you poach the tempeh in boiling water, which mellows out the flavor a bit, and makes it a bit more digestible. This is yet another recipe from, my favorite: The Vegetarian Meat and Potatoes Cookbook.

    Recipe #86071

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