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    This is a great meal for a family dinner/lunch. Vegs or non-vegs..your family will love it!

    Recipe #478145

    Taken from Food Network Magazine with adjustments.

    Recipe #476569

    From A Southerly Course by Martha goose Hall

    Recipe #476550

    Vegetables in a tomato sauce with Quinoa and Mozzarella cheese - easy and yummy. Recipe came from a grocery-store ad during our state's healthy-eating push. I'm putting it here so I don't lose it. What you should know about me and my family is that we do not normally do 'weird' or even 'healthy' food. I tried this recipe with *great* trepidation and expected only hubby and I would be willing to even taste it - and that we would throw it away. I still wanted to try it - I'm trying very hard to introduce a wider variety of vegegables and healthy grains into our diet. I've read so much about the nutritional benefits of Quinoa - which is actually a seed and therefore high in protein and low in carbohydrates - that I've been wanting to try it. We LOVED this recipe and will definitely eat it again and again. I had never ever cooked with eggplant before, and only ever used zucchini and yellow summer squash in grilled vegetables in the summer. I did not peel any of these vegetables and I did not 'sweat' the eggplant as it was not called for in the directions in the recipe. It felt like a very 'fancy' dish but it was easy to make and delicious. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #476137

    This is an excellent vegetarian recipe, full of goodness and so easy to cook. Now that fresh pumpkin is in the shops, there is no need to resort to the canned version. We eat this dish as a side to a meat curry, it is medium in heat, ( hot taste ) and has a thickish gravy. The same basic recipe can be used for squashes, gourds, and even potatoes. There is never any left over and the pot is always clean.

    Recipe #393692

    19 Reviews |  By Tebo

    A little unusual but easy side dish to prepare. Chinese cabbage can be used as well as ordinary cabbage. Some tabasco or red pepper flakes could spice it up quite nicely if desired.

    Recipe #13669

    I just love bok choy. This is a great bok choy side dish.

    Recipe #131841

    Recipe is from the "Holy Smoke" cookbook, United Methodist Women, Atlanta, Georgia. The ingredients sounded so interesting that I had to post it.

    Recipe #469712

    12 Reviews |  By Nif

    Creamy potatoes with garlic and herbs is a satisfying side to any meat dish. Sandi Richard came up with this, but I changed it a bit. Enjoy!

    Recipe #358209

    This a very good recipe from Cooking Light Magazine. The combination of flavors is wonderful and very Greek-like. I use more olives and banana peppers for more texture and flavor. Chill time is cook time.

    Recipe #469099

    This recipe is from The Essential Vegetarian Cookbook. Serving suggestion: This curry makes a delicious meal wrapped in chapattis or nann bread.

    Recipe #468212

    6 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From Cooking Light. The recipe originally called for water, but I believe that broth adds a great deal of flavor. I use either chicken or vegetable broth. You can also make this with regular barley, but need to adjust the cooking time in the first step.

    Recipe #462314

    3 Reviews |  By Tebo

    This is a colourful do ahead side dish. The carrots are really crisp when done. Kind of like hot raw carrots!!

    Recipe #27898

    This recipe is a take on a dish served at a NY restaurant. The dish is seasoned with both Asian chili paste and Chili Sauce (Heinz or similar brand). The red chili paste gives the dish some heat and the chili sauce provides a sharp tomato flavor. The recipe suggests that this dish be served warm, not hot.

    Recipe #467924

    A healthy and delicious method to serving asparagus as part of an asian meal. Use vegetarian oyster sauce for a vegan meal.

    Recipe #132476

    A deliciously different preparation for asparagus.

    Recipe #145697

    Another easy to make but very flavourful recipe.

    Recipe #139448

    A different ratatouille mix that is very flavourful. I sometimes find rataouille can be very ordinary but this one is not! Serve with lamb and it is delicious.

    Recipe #132251

    Recipe #281705

    From 500 Practically Fat Free One Pot Cookbook.

    Recipe #447656

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