These are the cutest things! and they don't taste 1/2 bad either. They are quite popular here at my house and not hard to make (always a +). I haven't tried this with the yeast, I just add another 1/2 cup of bread crumbs. I hope you enjoy them.
P.S. The pumpkins that I use are called Sugar Babys in my area.
This is a wonderful tasty alternative to the Christmas turkey. It is cooked ahead of time and then reheated and browned before serving.
Although the instructions may be long, it is really very easy to make and a lot less fuss than most tofu turkey recipes.
The leftovers are just as tasty the next day and are great served cold with a salad.
This is a combination of different recipes.
This recipe has been revised Dec '08 to include extra tofu to create a thicker layer of "Turkey".
This is a delicious healthy side dish. Pretty enough for company, but kids enjoy the sweet taste! Fresh squash is easy to cook in the microwave, but frozen tastes just as good. For the milk, I used nonfat, my neighbor uses Mocha Mix to make it non-dairy. From my neighbor, Tiffanie, who is the best kosher cook ever!!
Comfort Food! Most polenta recipes (at least the ones I've seen) call for stove-top cooking and a lot of stirring. This recipe gives excellent results without all that. This recipe was adapted from one in the L.A. Times. Give credit to their Test-kitchen staff.
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.
Make using one Dish. Very easy and will modify quickly to families taste buds without ruining recipe. Have been making for 30 years so haven't a clue where it came from anymore...is always a hit in this family....hope you enjoy it too.
Keftes de Espinaca -- this is the closest thing I have found to Croquetas de Espinaca (Spinach Croquettes). A friend brought them over about 6 months ago and have been looking for them ever since. She bought them from a bakery that moved out of town. Even spinach haters can't resist them, especially when they're splashed with a little fresh lemon juice; fresh juice does make a major difference in taste. Onions add a sweet flavor and textural complexity.
I was looking through (forgive me) another recipe site, and found this. I have been making it for the last four Thanksgivings. It has become a "traditional" Thanksgiving side dish (and for any other meal). I made it the first year and brought it to my daughter-in-law's house, now three years later, she is making it for Thanksgiving.It can be used with chicken and pot roast too) The peeling & cutting of the potatoes and squash is a little bit of a bother, but it's worth the work. You will love this dish!
I usually double the ingredients so we will have leftovers.
This tastes a little like stuffing, and is perfect for a holiday buffet. Layered eggplant is an intriging contrast to the nuts. This makes an eye popping entree and may be served with cranberry sauce and gravy. Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine.
I created this stuffing one Thanksgiving for a dear friend who had become a vegetarian, and said he missed many of the traditional dishes. It was based on my own stuffing recipe I had made for years. He said that it was as good as any non-vegetarian stuffing he had ever had, and others have said that also. You can leave out the soy patties completely (actually, I usually do) and still have a great stuffing. Hope you enjoy it!
I am a huge fan of Lennie's Bob Newhart's Carrot Mold. We have it at least every other week at our house. For Rosh Hashana I wanted to make something with pumpkin, which is one of the traditional foods eaten on that holiday. We adore the carrot mold so much, I basically just substituted fresh pumpkin for the carrots. It was a hit with family and guests. Perfect for Thanksgiving, or if you just love pumpkin!