This delicious vegetarian or vegan burrito has been my favorite easy meal since I was in high school and too lazy to spend more than a few minutes in the kitchen.:) I still find this quick meal to be one of my favorites even though I cook a lot now! Although I love traditional "bean" burritos, this recipe tastes better to me without the beans. My mother always made these and I'm not sure where she got the recipe or if she made it up herself. Everyone I've ever made them for has loved them. Enjoy! NOTE: I usually make these in small tortillas with little filling that make nice smaller sized burritos that make an instant yummy snack or taste great with a side of refried beans and spanish rice. They also taste great if you make these into bigger burritos but beware that the serving sizes and nutritional facts won't match up.
When I eat at a Mexican restaurant, I always like to order cheese and onion enchiladas as opposed to the ones with meat in them. I am glad I found this recipe. Whip this recipe up with ingredients you have on hand.
This is so good and so easy. I always have stuff on hand to make this recipe. It comes together so quickly for a weeknight meal. I have served this to guests before and they thought I went to a lot of trouble because it was so good! :)
I came up with this when I was among the many doing the Atkin's Low Carb dieting... This was something tasty without all the carbs. You may have to play with the measurements a bit as I never measured it, I just dumped it in a bowl all together and mixed it adding as I saw fit.
If you don't like spinach, think again! I got this recipe from a Greek internet friend back in the early 90's who owns a diner out in Long Island. I made it a bit healthier by using non-stick cooking spray. Love spanakopita? try Recipe #329117 :)
I needed some sauce and quick! I am not a fan of the jarred stuff...plus I didn't want to go to the store. This is a rendition of my favorite sauce Recipe #133806, just made simple and it doesn't have to cook all day.
These are fantastic burgers you can do on the grill or in the oven. Very tasty, filling, and healthy. I've made these on numerous occasions and the kids just love them. So does the man of the house. Half of the prep time is for cooking the brown rice.
This has got to be one of the simplest ways to make this yummy dish! And it's virtually mess free! These rellenos can be fried in oil or baked in the oven, depending on how you like it. If you like Mexican but don't like spicy stuff, you might like this. The canned green chilies don't tend to be very hot. Also use mild to hot salsa, depending on your family's taste. Great served with traditional refried beans and rice.
A very lemony pasta that can be eaten as a main meal with a salad and toasted bread, or as a side dish with chicken or seafood. It's especially delicious served with pan seared shrimp. I counted a tablespooon of lemon juice/zest as the yield from one medium lemon. So the amount can be a little under- or over if you like it really sour!
A very easy quiche, that you can "muck around" with. Great way to use up any withering veggies or cold meat, or even cheese, in the fridge or freezer.
Great for lunch, brunch, dinner, a snack after school, even breakfast!!!
My daughter got this recipe while teaching in Wallumbilla, everyone there wanted to feed her, she had a great time!!!
I would rather have a plate of this over spaghetti any day. In the absence of a tomato sauce... the flavors really stand out. This dish originated in the red light districts of Italy when the ladies of the night needed a quick and cheap meal after a long nights work "at the office."