If you love PF Chang's Mongolian Beef, you'll love this vegan version. I make it for veg and non-veg people, and everyone agrees it's fantastic. I use organic and fresh versions of all of the ingredients. It's just better that way! Also, I have a big family, so this recipe makes a lot of food. Make it like it is and save some for lunches (it keeps well), or just make half the recipe if you don't want leftovers.
This is a delicious version of the ever-popular mac and cheese. Creamy, but not too high fat cause it uses milk. Lots of cheesy flavour from Swiss or Cheddar doubled up with Parmesan. You can keep it simple or doll it up with some peas and ham.
This cheesy, pungent, nutty polenta is soft and creamy. It can be eaten alone or served with roasted or braised lamb, pork or chicken. Shelled pumpkin seeds are available at specialty food stores. They are sometimes called pepitas.
One more healthy milk-substitute I found on the 'net. There was a sorta similar recipe on Zaar, but wasn't the same as this oneThis was found on the Care2 website @ http://www.care2.com/greenliving/milk-alternatives-recipes.html Hope you enjoy this!
Great veggie burger recipe with a chili and cumin kick in it. We make these all the time to get a vegetarian protein fix. Adapted from a great Moosewood Restaurant Recipe.
These are really filling, so we've found that slightly thinner, smaller patties are usually better, and you can fit toppings on that way. We will also sometimes add a tbsp of crushed red pepper flakes in with the cumin and chili pepper to really spice it up!
This is my mother's recipe. I have no idea where she got it from, but everyone always raves about it and begs for the recipe. You can use vegetables, tortilla chips, or crackers to dip. I love this recipe because all the ingredients are fresh, not frozen. I hope you love it!
A southern staple! This is my mom’s recipe and everyone loves it. For years people would ask me how I made it, and they would want the recipe. But this is one of those recipes that you just know how to make, but don't know how much of what you put in it. I finally wrote it down.