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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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    After being given a 2 foot zucchini from someone's garden, I needed some ideas...SERIOUSLY. I decided to take the basic principle of my Recipe #300014, switch the veggies and the spice combination, and here was the result. A lovely light summery frittata, vegan style. For the onion, I used a vidalia. For the spice mixture, I used a combo of Pampered Chef all-purpose dill mix, a bit of 4S seasoned salt, and some Penzey's Fox Point Seasoning. I have tried to list the equivalents below using dried dill, onion and garlic powder. As always, fresh dill would be great in this too (1 TBSP).

    Recipe #315808

    Adding the tempeh cubes to this really makes a filling Summer meal.

    Recipe #316363

    This really turned out great. It does get quite thick in the fridge. To use on salad I simply added a couple of spoonfuls to chopped romaine lettuce, and then tossed to coat the leaves evenly, much like a thick Caesar salad dressing. Because it gets so nice and thick, I think this would be a great dip for raw veggies, chips or pitas. For a creamier dressing, soak cashews in water for about an hour.

    Recipe #316451

    This recipe came together by chance. Lauren was given (many) zucchini from her co-worker's garden, and I made recipe #202377 for the Vegetarian swap, and had a lot left over! This took 15-20 minutes to make and it was delicious. Please note, the flavored oil was made ahead of time, and allowed to sit and let the flavors mix. Please also note that the recipe for the flavored oil below, is for one FULL batch of the oil. I proably only use about 1/2 cup flavored oil in TOTAL for this recipe. Nutrition info. probably does not reflect that.

    Recipe #317773

    This is a recipe I played around with based on a video I watched on YouTube called: The Everyday Dish. Most hot, oven-baked dips, commonly served as appetizers at parties are made with egg, cheese or dairy. This came out better than I ever hoped!! I actually misread the original recipe and added LESS olive oil than originally called for, and it was still delightfully rich and creamy.

    Recipe #325491

    I have triumphed! I took a HUGE chance making a vegan version of spinach and artichoke dip for the biggest spinach-hater in the world. But, she LOVED it!! I used recipe #325491 as a base. I didn't have a lemon on hand, so I added an extra tbsp or 2 of Braggs, which I think REALLY made the difference in flavor. Just make sure to watch the amount of actual salt that you add, keeping in mind that the Bragg's Aminos is a bit salty already.

    Recipe #327866

    The creamy, rich and decadent pie is SOOOO easy to make, and it's VEGAN! I know everyone will love this whether they know it contains tofu or not... This recipe was inspired by one I saw on Alton Brown's Tofu episode, as well as a recipe I saw on the website: The Everyday Dish. You can use either a homemade graham cracker or chocolate cookie crumb crust, OR you can make your own from scratch. The store bought vegan crumb crust I got was pretty lifeless, so next time I think I will make my own!

    Recipe #327884

    Yum, Yum! I adapted this recipe from Veganomicon, and it turned out great. I really, really like the use of cornstarch and soy milk to mimick the raw egg traditionally used in "breading" recipes. I used the tofu to make "Po Boy" style sandwiches by placing the fried tofu on grilled rolls with chipotle vegan mayo and fresh yellow tomatoes. The only major change I made from the original recipe was to add a tsp or two of Old Bay Seasoning, and some extra salt (I actually used Penzey's Special Smokey Seasoned Salt)

    Recipe #328361

    Craving curry, but don't have any rice? I found that serving this creamy Thai chickpea curry over smashed potatoes seasoned with just a touch of curry powder worked just fine. This meal was so quick and simple, and it was made from stuff found right in my pantry. The ultimate test was my better-half, who usually "has to be in the mood" for curry... She ate it up and never looked back. This was a kind of knock-off of the shrimp curry recipe found on the side of the red curry paste jar. I usually substitute Braggs Liquid Aminos for the fish sauce traditionally found in most thai curries

    Recipe #332996

    From the Penzey's Spice Catalogue! I was asked by my mom to bring this recipe for Thanksgiving this year. (Feel free to use agave nectar in place of the honey to make it 100% vegan friendly). I was really excited that my mother chose this recipe because it is a nice change from the usual "Green Bean Caserole" we've all seen so many times. For those of you who aren't familiar with Penzey's spice blend Mural of Flavor, it is a salt-free mix of: shallots, onion, garlic, thyme, rosemary, basil, coriander, lemon peel, citric acid, black pepper, chives, green peppercorns, dill weed, and orange peel. I've listed it as "salt-free seasoning" because Recipezaar's database does not contain Penzey's spices.

    Recipe #337053

    From "Down Home with the Neely's". There aren't too many recipes from this show that I can even EAT, however, this morning was a pleasant surprise! Original recipe listed below was made with grilled corn, but I use 2 cans of white sweet corn to save some time

    Recipe #338291

    I sort of made this one up as I went along...lol. Was so yummy, I didn't want to forget!! Roasting the butternut squash adds a really sweet, intense carmelized flavor tot he finished soup. (YUM< YUM) **Couple of notes: I used the already-peeled-and-seeded butternut squashes from Whole Foods. They come halved but NOT already cubed. I believe there were five (5) halves in the bag. I actually used 1 1/2 tsp of Cinamon PLUS, from Pampered Chef (which has cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, clove, ginger etc.) as well as 1 tsp plain cinnamon and 1/2 tsp ground ginger. PLEASE feel free to play with the spices as you see fit!

    Recipe #338304

    From the Moosewood Restaurant! I took home an entire tray of roasted red peppers from a reception we had at work. This was the perfect recipe to use up a good portion of them. Feel free to adjust the heat to suit your tastes. The original recipe is listed below, however, I actually used LESS crushed red pepper (which is totally NOT like me) and it was perfect! This was so quick, easy and delicious!

    Recipe #341438

    Got this in an email from VEG News! I made it tonight after work, it's perfect for a cold winter day.

    Recipe #349885

    I wanted to make enchiladas, but had no sauce. Found this online and subbed the chicken broth for vegetable broth. I was wonderful!

    Recipe #350788

    This recipe is from Veganomicon, and it is one of the steps in Isa's vegan version of Moussaka. However, this wonderful creamy blend is a great vegan substitute for Bechamel sauce. I particularly like to add this to baked pasta dishes, vegan lasagnas, or add a bit to make a regular tomato marinara sauce rich and creamy!

    Recipe #355542

    Great for dipping tortilla chips or veggies. Also a great topper for tacos, burritos or enchilladas!!

    Recipe #356853

    Call me crazy, but I somehow felt the need to veganize these wretched things!! And ya know, they turned out quite amazing, if I do say so myself... For those of you who have not had the pleasure, "Hot Wieners" are a Rhode Island classic. Anyone who's ANYONE in little RI has gorged themselves late-night on these dogs, which consist of a hot dog served on a STEAMED bun, then topped with quite a "distinct" flavor of meat sauce, mustard, raw minced onions and celery salt. My inspiration for the "meat" sauce was from Guy Fieri's recipe for: Hot Weiners Rhode Island Style! I lowered his amount of cinnamon, AND his amounts for chili powder and paprika because they seemed a bit much for vegetarian crumbles. DO NOT omit the raw onions, yellow mustard OR the celery salt. This is what makes these dogs a classic Rhode Island treat, whether it's vegan or not!!

    Recipe #356875

    Yummy, delicious, AMAZING!! I am still working on the "aesthetic" plating presentation of this before I even THINK of taking a picture. One of my avocados was overly ripe, and kind of fell apart when I tossed. I got the idea for this on Food Network from Viva Daisy. I've never seen the show beofre, but this recipe caught my eye!

    Recipe #357186

    Great vegan side dish for your next Mexican themed meal. Try it instead of rice, you will not be disappointed. If you are not familiar with quinoa or have never cooked with it before, read on: A recently rediscovered ancient "grain" native to South America, quinoa was once called "the gold of the Incas," who recognized its value in increasing the stamina of their warriors. Not only is quinoa high in protein, but the protein it supplies is complete protein, meaning that it includes all nine essential amino acids. Not only is quinoa's amino acid profile well balanced, making it a good choice for vegans concerned about adequate protein intake, but quinoa is especially well-endowed with the amino acid lysine, which is essential for tissue growth and repair. when cooking with quinoa, be sure to rinse you quinoa 2-3 times under cold water, to remove the bitter coating.

    Recipe #358875

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