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    There is a restaurant near my house that serves this and this is as close as I can get. I also add a small amount of rice vinegar.

    Recipe #428833

    The unusual name of this traditional dish refers to the crunchy sound the salted and barely cooked radish slivers make when you bite them. From the Revolutionary Chinese Cookbook,this is easy to make, and pretty with the white, red and green colors.

    Recipe #260317

    1 Reviews |  By Kitzy

    This is a wonderfully flavoursome tart packed full of roasted vegetables. It's easy to assemble and looks stunning.

    Recipe #259635

    This yummy vegetarian recipe was give to us by some friends. They have their own restaurant so we knew it would be good. I'm really not sure how long prep time is so I've just put in a rough guess.

    Recipe #257189

    As a stand-alone, this is about like baby food. As an ingredient, this stuff rocks! You can add it to breads, macaroni and cheese, spaghetti sauce, meatloaf, pancake batter, baked beans, etc. It is a fabulous way to "sneak" some vegetables into the diet of a picky eater or enhance the nutritional content of comfort foods. This is from "the sneaky chef" cookbook. Awesome ideas for feeding kids!

    Recipe #256341

    I love fennel in all of its forms and have recently experimented with a grilled version of it and thought that the following recipe was particularly good. The combination of fennel, lemon juice and honey really works together and makes this quite addictive.

    Recipe #240374

    Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals by J. Pare.

    Recipe #121090

    Delicious with fish.

    Recipe #217315

    27 Reviews |  By Xexe

    This recipe came from the foodtv.com kitchens

    Recipe #100000

    A traditional Greek vegetarian dish. Delicious and easy. Great to do when you have a bumper crop of zucchini on hand. Olive oil adds a great flavour element to the dish, and also adds extra calories as Briami is considered a 'main dish' here in Greece. If you choose to serve it as a side, you can cut back some on the olive oil. The servings specified are considering it as a vegetarian main dish. If you're having it as a side, either cut back, or plan on getting more servings out of it.

    Recipe #59083

    34 Reviews |  By Tish

    There are two steps to cooking beans: soaking and cooking. Soaking allows dried beans to absorb water; which makes them start to dissolve the gaseous starches that can cause discomfort. Cooking beans makes them tender and digestible. And rinsing them after soaking and draining any water after cooking will further help to reduce the gas-producing starches.

    Recipe #49960

    I usually cook these outdoors, suspending a cast iron pot over a campfire but honestly, they taste about the same on the stovetop. And the flavor is just great. If you've yet to adopt a cooked beans recipe, this might be the one you're looking for. It's right out of Appalachia.

    Recipe #148440

    This has been a favorite since the 1960's. I have no memory of where I originally found this recipe but it is quite good and very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #202859

    A popular Polish dish similar to dumplings or ravioli. pronounced pyeh-RAW-ghee (this is the plural form, just one is called pierog, but they're so good you'll almost never eat just one.) Pierogi can be made with a wide variety of fillings, but the most common are minced cooked meat, sauerkraut & mushrooms, cheese and potatoes, sweet cheese (usually with a touch of vanilla) and blueberries (in summer). Other fillings include buckwheat groats, potatoes & onions and lentils. Common toppings include fried fat-back nuggets, sour cream, melted butter or butter-browned bread crumbs.

    Recipe #111910

    This recipe comes from Browneye on the Cooking Light board. I love these enchiladas and really don't miss the meat. You can use any old vegetables you want to, but this combination provides texture, bulk and taste.

    Recipe #194035

    I can't vouch for the authenticity of this dish as actually being South African but I can assure you that it is different and delicious. My mom's vegetarian friend brought this over to a potluck Christmas lunch when we were kids. Naturally as a family of serious carnivores we were suspicious of "vegetarian health stuff" and to say that us kids were fond of eggplant would be a gross understatement! We hated the stuff! So it was only under extreme pressure and outright threats from mom that we tasted this just to be polite. The fact that I am making this some 25 years later tells you that it's good. Vegetarians surprise your carnivore friends with this tasty side dish every time. Oh and by the way it's goes great with a roasted or stewed lamb! LOL

    Recipe #190687

    I found this recipe in a copy of Vegetarian Times. Gallo Pinto translates as "painted rooster", and is a dish eaten by many Costa Ricans almost every day. The addition of ginger and Worcestershire adds a quite unique flavor to this dish.

    Recipe #78747

    From Sundays at Moosewood. I know this has a pretty bizarre name, but the casserole itself is pretty standard comfort food.

    Recipe #182184

    2 Reviews |  By Sussan

    This is a lovely dish to serve with rich flavoured casseroles, like coq au vin or beef in red wine. It's a bit different from the usual vegies, but still good old fashioned comfort food! The recipe below makes enough to serve six as a side dish.

    Recipe #107846

    Veggie Fritters topped with yoghurt, feta and caramelised onions.

    Recipe #99939

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