This was our 2004 Thanksgiving dinner. A Moosewood recipe. The results were excellent. Per my cousin Amysauntjo: Husband said "It's a keeper." He took it to the non vegetarian diabetic in the family who hates tofu figuring she would refuse and he could keep it for when he visited. She loved it. He said she didn't even thank him because she was busy eating it. Per Us.. The wife and I both loved it. And she did the same thing to us when we shared it with her. I assumed she wouldn't eat it the wife said all she said was "OHH GOOD I like this." and dove right in.
A Scandinavian Vegetarian/Vegan salad from Eating Well Magazine. I have fond memories of simple salads such as these during my travels to Sweden. They recommend you use thin, tender asparagus for this recipe. NOTE: I found the raw asparagus kind of strange for me, so next time I am going to cook it slightly before putting it in the salad.
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!
Just found this cauliflower recipe that has been in my recipe collection for years. You steam the cauliflower, bread it, and then bake it. Change the seasonings to taste. Nice change from deep fried. Great side dish for dinner, or serve as an appetizer with a dip (bottled Creamy Ranch salad dressing is good).
I got this recipe out a vegetarian magazine at work. I haven't made it yet. The original recipe calls for 1/2 cup nutritional yeast. I am not a vegetarian so I am omitting this. I don't believe it will adversely affect the results. If you try this before I do and find that it needs it, please let me know.
This is from Qu'est-ce qu'on mange Volume 3. L'Islet is a town in the province of Quebec in Canada. My mother made this soup a few years ago and it was really good. You can also use dill, rosemary, nutmeg and chives to season this soup.
Add Italian sausage and serve with a salad of spring greens and garlic bread as a main course or as a fresh side dish to any other main course. Either way, it is a delicious, fresh summery dish. Note: Please do not use canned tomatoes in this dish and do not over cook the cauliflower. The canned tomatoes turns the cauliflower into a very unappetizing pink color.
A different version of strudel! This phyllo pastry envelopes a cheese and vegetable mixture! I've always loved broccoli and cauliflower with cheese sauce, and this recipe takes it to another dimension. Feel free to add more garlic or spice if so inclined! Keep the phyllo covered with a slightly damp towel until you are ready for it to keep it from getting brittle! Originally written by Bethe Pilch from Encino, CA.
This is Grandma Nichols's recipe...I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! We miss you, Grandma! I always HATED cooked cauliflower...until I tasted this! It's oh, so, good! Great with holiday roasts, hams, turkey, etc. or just on it's own when you are pressed for time and don't have the energy to cook a big dinner.