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    Becky's Vegetarian Recipes!

    I wasn't always a vegan...lol! These are still some really great recipes that I'd like to share with everyone. As always NO MEAT involved : >
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    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 fun pasta dish using my recipe for All-Purpose Alfredo Sauce-#98926 as the base. You can easily substitute your favorite jarred alfredo suace if you are pressed for time

    Recipe #99112

    This is a different twist on my family's old favorite: Baked Penne. This recipe is also meatLESS, which I like, but I am sure you can improvise and add ground meat or sausage if you prefer. This is great for potlucks or parties because it can easily be made ahead of time. I saw a version of this made on 30 Minute Meals, but I prefer to make my own pesto sauce from scratch, because I am not too fond of the store bought. To save time, please feel free to use store bought pesto. I also chose to use whole wheat pasta in this as well. Because of the great flavors of pesto, cheese and tomatoes, I find that it is easy to sub whole wheat pasta, even for folks who might be skeptical.

    Recipe #101705

    This tart is perfect for the end of summer bounty of fresh corn and tomatoes! It has a nice Tex-Mex flavor, without being too spicy. Perfect for a meatless main dish.

    Recipe #71107

    Simple, Italian, comfort food! This recipe is great for a quick, weeknight meal. And makes great leftovers!

    Recipe #72903

    Simple and delicious. A true Italian staple for any dinner. This recipe is just about the ONLY way my mother and grandmother cooked their vegetables!

    Recipe #73107

    Simple and delicious. A true Italian staple for any dinner. This is just about the only way my mother and grandmother cooked their vegetables!

    Recipe #73108

    This is a super quick, yet very tasty pasta supper. I didn't add any extra olive oil to my sauce, but rather used the oil that was clinging to the sundried tomatoes after they were drained. If your tomatoes are not canned or jarred with basil leaves like mine are, please feel free to add some more fresh basil according to your taste. Also, you may use 1 pound of your favorite tortellini. I use cheese filled to keep this vegetarian, but tri-colored or meat filled will make a nice substitution

    Recipe #73110

    This dish is the ultimate comfort food for me. And the sauce is a little on the lighter side because you may choose to use very little butter or heavy cream. I use skim milk, and find that I don't miss the cream at all. Feel free to experiment with different vegetables layered in this as well. Asparagus and/or artichoke hearts make nice substitutions. For the ravioli, try and find a "family size" package (24-28 oz), or you may use two smaller packages.

    Recipe #73204

    This dish is so quick and easy to throw together, and it's just bursting with great flavor. The anchovies are optional. Serve with some crusty Italian bread and a nice red wine for a delicious, no hassle meal.

    Recipe #73220

    This is a quick and simple vegetarian curry with lots of flavor, tons of protein, and not alot of fat. I recommend using a real flavorful, mild curry powder, or one that you've mixed yourself. My "Simple, Sweet and Mild Curry Blend" works well with this dish. However,if you do like heat, feel free to add some cayenne or crushed red pepper to suit your taste.

    Recipe #73679

    This is a quick and simple, no-fuss chili. I am a huge fan of spicy foods, but I chose to make this chili a bit more mild to suit the tastes of my family. Please feel free to adjust the "heat" with cayenne, or even fresh diced jalapeno to suit your taste. This chili can be topped with sour cream, shredded cheddar, or your favorite hot sauce. The leftovers make great meatless burrito wraps.

    Recipe #74950

    These appetizers really look and taste great! And they're really simple to make as well. The recipe can easily be doubled or tripled depending on how big a crowd your are making it for. Try using both green and red tortillas for a nice colorful platter. Cook time is for the filling's chill time.

    Recipe #74951

    This simple, rustic appetizer has terrific flavor and is a favorite with my family. I mentioned in the directions that I like to let the bean mixture sit for a bit, but that is not included in the prep time. This is a great starter for and Italian or Mediteranean style meal.

    Recipe #76855

    This is another simple yet tasty side dish. Please feel free to use any dried herb that you like in place of the basil. Sometimes I even add a few shakes of crushed red pepper flakes to give a little "heat" to the beans. If you'd like to cut back a little on the olive oil, a few tablespoons of water in the bottom of the pan will keep the beans from drying out too much.

    Recipe #77004

    This spinach dip is delicious, and very versatile. It's nice served in a hallowed out bread bowl, with the chunks of bread used for dipping. Also, the 1/2 cup of cheese in the recipe can be changed to suit your own taste. A nice sharp cheddar works very well, or a blend of Italian cheeses is great too: I used a blend of garlic jack, mozzarella and asiago which gave the dip a great flavor. And don't limit yourself to serving this cold. My brother, who does not care much for "cold" dips, zapped the left overs in the microwave and enjoyed it hot with whole wheat crackers.

    Recipe #78408

    These are delicious, and very low in fat! I've served these with all sorts of dips, salsas, or hummus, and they always disappear-even before all the store bought chips or crackers. Feel free to experiment with the different spices shaken over the tops. Cumin is great for Mexican dips, but the Garlic Powder works really well too. Cayene pepper might be nice too if you like things a bit more spicy!

    Recipe #78738

    This is a lovely vegetarian Italian pasta dish. One hint: please try and slice your 8 garlic cloves as thin as possible to really give this dish that wonderful garlic flavor. Also, feel free to sub. chicken stock for the vegetable if you prefer meat. I've also used both fresh and canned plum tomatoes in this. Both work fine.

    Recipe #78744

    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

    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

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