From weight watchers website. This is yummy. Not your traditional falafel, but fantastic for not being deep fried and much healthier this way.
Note: If your chick pea mixture is too dry to form nice patties (which seems to happen with some of the canned chick pea brands) then just add some liquid to them to help them bind together, such as tahini, lemon juice, oil or water.
From The Moosewood Restaurant Kitchen Garden book. Easily veganized- just leave out the feta cheese. Perfect for fresh summer herbs. Cook time is an estimate. We made this with mostly dried herbs and it still turned out great.
These savory little appetizers are geared to please the olive-lover in the crowd. Can be frozen before baking. If doing so, place directly into oven from freezer and extend the baking time by just a few minutes. Recipe from a clipping, author unsourced.
If you are trying to get more veggies into your diet then try this. It is loaded with broccoli, asparagus, carrots, tomatoes, and mushrooms and loaded with fresh mozzarella cheese. You can use a pre-made pizza shell of make your own. There are many great recipes for pizza crust already posted on Zaar. The cooking time assumes that a pre-made crust is being used.
Comforting main or side-dish made rich with tomato pesto and goat cheese and baked in individual casseroles. The original recipe called for twice the butter and whipping cream rather than fat free half and half, so if you can afford the calories, go for it. Oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes (1/2 cup diced) may be substituted for the pesto. Recipe makes 2 main-dish servings or 4 side-dishes.
This is really good and takes no time at all to make. Eat on toasted bread or carrot and celery sticks. You can also try it as a spread for a wrap with grilled chicken and tomato slices. Toss with pasta for an instant pasta sauce.
Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. From a cookbook of food along the Danube, this recipe is Hungarian. Technically a side dish, not a dessert. Can be served with turkey. (I wouldn't but then I'm a vegetarian.) I have not tried this recipe yet.
Very good and easy to make. I eat it with carrot sticks, celery sticks, green bell pepper strips, cherry tomatoes and/or cucumber slices. I myself make this with light rather than nonfat Miracle Whip or mayo, because I don't like nonfat, which to my mind tastes quite different--however, if you don't mind the taste of nonfat, go for it!
These baked appetizers are one of a kind. You'll notice the subtle crunch of water chestnuts, the creamy cheese and a twang from the stuffed olives. Try it and see if your friends and family enjoy them.
I'm estimating 4 bites per person, adjust your intake accordingly
The name is a bit misleading...there's no tea here... but this hot drink is a nice change of pace especially around the holidays. I always buy extra cranberries when available and throw them in the freezer.
Here's a Crock-Pot stuffing recipe I found in the Calgary Herald and thought I'd share it. I'm going to use it for Christmas with the vegetable stock for my vegetarian so I will add my comments after Christmas.