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    A yummy, warming lentil soup. The carrots, red lentils and turmeric make it golden--a favorite at home and potlucks. Great with buttery golden crackers.

    Recipe #259122

    A fantastic medley of French vegetables - Fennel Bulb, Onions, Garlic, Red Peppers, Aubergines & Tomatoes; oven roasted in a Balsamic vinegar, Caper & Olive oil dressing! Simple yet impressive and adds a real splash of colour to any meal. I make loads of this, usually with the vegetables listed, but you can add anything you like which is in season, such as Courgettes; It freezes very well and is used in numerous recipes of mine, such as Vegetarian Lasagne, Vegetarian Shepherds Pie, Pasta Bakes, Hot Vegetable Salad and also a great recipe which I will post, called French Roast Chicken & Vegetables in Wine! Great ALL year around, the only proviso is what vegetables you have in season.......however, the Fennel Bulb & Capers really adds that oooh la la!!!

    Recipe #195130

    40 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of vegetables and this recipe is no exception. The recipe was a grocery store handout and has been adjusted only slightly.

    Recipe #152772

    A great alternative to fast-food French fries, my family and friends love these as a snack or hors d'oeuvre. No matter how many I make, it's never enough!

    Recipe #133821

    Kidney Beans in an indian-style tomato sauce. Can be prepared ahead and reheated. Serve with bread and a fruity chutney or a yoghurt salad.

    Recipe #125892

    The grilled sandwich with a deliciously Greek 'twist'.

    Recipe #120815

    All veggie spring rolls are a great side dish or appetizer. I like to dip them in sweet & sour sauce. DELICIOUS!

    Recipe #118045

    This recipe came from stephskitchen.com and it's wonderful. I bake it at least once a month! It has just the right amount of sweetness and it's easy to throw to together.

    Recipe #116185

    6 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The 4 ingredients in this is easy to keep on hand for unexpected guests or an quick, easy dip to make when needed. I keep grated cheese frozen for times like this and the cans in the cupboard.

    Recipe #112745

    I saw this recipe on T.V. somewhere several years ago, and I've been making it ever since. I get lazy and don't bother to broil the grapefrut any more, but it still tastes great! Even my 3-yr. old now eats grapefruit this way.

    Recipe #106986

    An Indianised way to cook cabbage, and our favorite preparation of the vegetable. If you have a grinder, take the trouble to roast and grind the coriander seeds - the freshly roasted flavor is worth the effort.

    Recipe #104861

    I had some vegetables to use up the other night and didn't want rice, pasta or potatoes again so I came up with these. I served them with a side salad and some natural low fat yoghurt (trying to stay off the sour cream). I hope you'll enjoy them as much as we did. You can just use bell pepper, but going to the extra trouble of roasting it first is really worth it, it adds a lovely sweetness to the dish (you can pop them under a hot grill while the first ingredients are simmering). If you like it spicy just add some chopped jalapeños, chili powder or red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #104595

    11 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I am giving you a choice of three toppings they are all good.There are two different toppings in the picture Bacon Maple syrup and Browned Butter Sage. I just finished enjoying a butternut squash with GINGER marmalade &Chili flakes. 3 Tbsp Ginger marmalade, 1/2 tsp chili flakes, mix together and spoon into squash cavity - I really liked this one

    Recipe #103406

    I love this recipe, friends crave it, some have me over once a month just to cook this ( :P ) and my husband who doesn't eat soup and wouldn't even try lentils ate it up in seconds! I do love this, as its great tasting and well worth the effort! This is seriously something you must try! Its something I have perfected over the years, so my measurement are guesstimates but they are pretty spot on! This is one of those recipes that takes an afternoon to cook and tastes even better the next day, but this makes a lot of soup and it freezes so well its worth it! This is a thick soup so could be served as a meal!If you absolutely need to add meat, I cook a generous amount of thinly sliced prosciutto and serve on top of soup under the shredded Parmesan.

    Recipe #99564

    This is a lot easier to make than the regular stuffed green peppers. My husband just loves it this way.

    Recipe #98918

    I love Swiss chard and really like this recipe combining it with tomatoes and garlic. Recipe from Chicago Trib FOOD section years ago.

    Recipe #94436

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I guess you can say this is a crustless quiche. This I made because I had a lot of left over broccoli and it came out quite good.Great for a brunch. Serve as a meatless lunch or dinner with a side salad. Can be served hot or cold.

    Recipe #84342

    A basic stir fry sauce that I've been using for years. I got the recipe from my mother, but I don't know where she got it from. I make no claim to authenticity.

    Recipe #83624

    I created this recipe to get more spinach in my diet. It tastes great and you forget you're eating healthy. Prep time includes cooking the rice and chopping the veggies.

    Recipe #81123

    This is mostly served as a side dish with pot roast and gravy, I have even made this for Sunday brunch and served it with eggs! --- to save time the potatos may be grated and kept refrigerated covered completely in cold water for up to 3 days ---I like to also add in some cayenne pepper for a little heat --- for a lighter fluffier textured kugel add in another egg with 1 teaspoon baking powder --- for Passover subsitute matzo meal for the flour.

    Recipe #69020

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