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    Colorful and delicious dish! I am marking serving sizes for use as an entree, but we also enjoy to serve this as a side by serving them halved. This is based off of a recipe card I picked up in the grocery. Use the salsa of your preferred heat level to adjust it to your taste, or use pepperjack cheese to add some extra zip.

    Recipe #452617

    I have recently started the WW Core program which emphasizes whole grains, produce, and a little bit of good oil. Around the same time I started I also re-found a lovely little cookbook that a friend gave me a few years ago called "One Pot Vegetarian Dishes" by Amy Cotler. This pilaf is a modification of a recipe from that book. It needs a little salt and pepper but is a nice main dish or side dish depending on your eating style. The original recipe says it can be served either warm or cold though I have only tried it warm. And the original recipe called for red pepper. As I only had frozen green pepper that is what I used, but feel free to change it.

    Recipe #107267

    7 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Full of good vegetables, this delicious, hearty meatless stew will warm you up and fill you up.

    Recipe #179626

    Or: How I got my nephew to eat cauliflower! This is developed from the cauliflower confetti rice recipe that I posted that under a former s/n I can't access - it is low-carb/diabetic diet friendly and fooled an entire dinner party last week - they swore they were eating rice. It's great with grilled meats and is easily adapted into a main course casserole. You can take this in any direction you like by just changing the spices: East Indian, Greek ... you may also add garbanzo beans and a little smoked Spanish paprika. It's even good cold. As the second reviewer said, it makes a huge batch: I changed the yield/number of servings to reflect that a little more accurately. And the reviewer who made fritters out of the leftovers? GENIUS.

    Recipe #243649

    This comes from 125 Meatless Main Dishes. Posting for ZWT3. They say to serve this with rye crackers and Jarlsberg cheese. This would be a nice lunch or summertime dinner.

    Recipe #233220

    I make this recipe all the time! Watch out, it's very spicy! :) And quite healthy, too. Eat the chana masala as a curry over rice or my favourite, straight with paratha. Every now and then I like to add about 1 tsp of plain yogurt on top of the chana masala in the bowl, and then add the cilantro on top of that. I adapted it from: http://www.recipedelights.com/recipes/vegdishes/ChanaMasala.htm

    Recipe #266068

    UPDATED: I am sorry for the confusion. My DH found this recipe and posted as a favor to me. He was supposed to leave it as a private recipe, but it is too confusing I guess. We found this for a friend that was fasting from all animal products. From the vegan blog site http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2008/05/skillet-gardeners-pie.html "I used kidney beans here because I like their flavor and texture in this dish. But feel free to substitute about 1- 1/2 cups of any cooked beans or lentils. Or, if faux meats are your thing, rehydrate some TVP, crumble up a couple of Boca burgers, or chop up some seitan and use it instead".

    Recipe #327055

    24 Reviews |  By Gidget

    Inspired from a recipe in 'The essential Asian cookbook', and a regular on our table.

    Recipe #23027

    This dish was inspired by Vote_for_Pedro's White Bean & Spinach Soup. Like the original, this is quick, easy and full of flavor. It makes a nice dinner for 4 served with a good salad or it can be a starting course and serve more. Use 3 or 4 cups of broth according to how thick you like your soups or how much liquid your pasta absorbs.

    Recipe #150898

    I normally use fresh shiitake for this, as this is a more delicate soup, but if you really wanted a meaty texture you could use rehydrated dried shiitake, as they are far chewier, just be sure to remove the stems.

    Recipe #215406

    This soup is not only filling but healthy as well. Easy to make and very tasty.

    Recipe #9071

    14 Reviews |  By Geema

    You will love these little falafel balls that are soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside...without frying in oil! Serve in a pita with your favorite cucumber sauce.

    Recipe #179945

    3 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This is a tasty, and health vegetarian dish that was inspired by a Spanish dish call Paella.

    Recipe #318811

    The flax adds some bulk and binding power and also great nutritional value! Garnish with your favorite condiments, cheese, lettuce, etc. Adapted from Delicious Living magazine(Feb. 05) I haven't tried this yet, so placing it here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #157406

    This is my take on a recipe from the Whole Foods website. I love this tofu either hot or cold! Preparation time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #303786

    Low fat, simple and very tasty. This is a great way to get back on track after the Holidays but it's great at any time of the year! Save time by purchasing the squash already cut into cubes.

    Recipe #274742

    Clipped from Quick Cooking magazine, offers a protien-laden, meat-free spaghetti sauce preparation.

    Recipe #291032

    This is a healthy and delicious Thai inspired recipe. We made this last week and loved it! Recipe by Neva & Jim Brackett in their 7 Secrets Cookbook to lose weight, lower cholesterol, and reverse diabetes.

    Recipe #305282

    This vegetarian dish is full of flavor, substantial, and makes a complete nutritious meal high in protein. The blended spices of garam masala make this dish rich tasting without being high in fat, and can be easily found in the spice section of your favorite market. From The World's Healthiest Foods website.

    Recipe #259474

    A rich flavored curry-easy to make and not expensive. Can be thrown together at the last minute, a favorite also with vegetarians.

    Recipe #153915

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