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    46 Reviews |  By Poker

    Found this in a magazine! Made it with the garlic excellent! Also instead of boiling the ribbons, I fried them in butter until tender. Wow! That was excellent also! Very easy either way.

    Recipe #34110

    This delicious main dish salad is a perfect balance between the crunchiness of the vegetables and the rich and creamy peanut dressing. If you have any leftover salad, you can turn this recipe into a "Quick Soba Noodle Surprise" by tossing 4 cups of the salad (about 1/4 of the recipe) with 1 pound of cooked, cooled soba noodles and 2 tsp toasted sesame oil. Add 1/2 cup of cubed Ginger Tofu and dressing. Recipe is from "The Real Food Daily Cookbook: Really Fresh, Really Good, Really Vegetarian" based on the vegan LA restaurant of the same name. Recipe requires at least 4 hours marinating time for the tofu.

    Recipe #359111

    This recipe will serve about 3 people, I most always double all amounts and cook for 11-12 minutes --- give this a try using fresh cooked corn off the cob or well drained canned corn niblets may also be used :)

    Recipe #84665

    31 Reviews |  By winkki

    I had never thought of celery as the basis of a dish until I saw this recipe in the "Betty Crocker's New Int'l Cookbook" almost 15 yrs ago. Honestly I only tried it because we were on such a tight budget that I had no other veggies in the house one night. Boy, were we surprised! We have it fairly frequently, even when we don't have the cheese on hand, and it's a great conversation piece at dinner parties because it's so unexpected, so simple, and yet so good. When I want something totally vegan, I just substitute veggie broth for the chicken bouillon.

    Recipe #78145

    A big batch of Oriental-style vegetable soup: enjoy it now and freeze the rest for lunches on the go. I created this one day when I was wanting something to warm me up on a cold winter day in Buffalo. My family loves it! Omit fish oil for vegetarian/vegan fare. For a gluten-free recipe, use tamari rather than soy sauce.

    Recipe #214212

    10 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is one of my brother's easy to make recipes. There are as many variations as you have imagination. He likes to add 1 cup cooked macaroni or add other fresh veggies. If you want, don't strain out the celery & leeks. It is quick, easy & tasty, however you make it

    Recipe #28531

    If you like Chinese dumplings, these vegetarian pot stickers will blow your mind!! They are very easy to make (contrary to what people may think) and dumpling skins are available even in Western supermarket now. This recipe should use up one package of round dumpling skin and enough to serve a big crowd as appetizers. You can make these dumplings way ahead of time and defrost and pan-fry them just before serving. A recipe by Ming Tsai.

    Recipe #32783

    With zucchini noodles & soy crumbles, this lasagna sounds awful, but after a full helping my father, who is anti anything low-fat, low-carb or "fake meat", delclared this lasagna DELICIOUS! Preparation is a little time consuming, so I freeze it in mini loaf pans so that we can get 5 or 6 dinners out of one preparation. My husband also loves it and requests it! We split one of the loaf pans and pair it with a salad or a little soup.

    Recipe #420569

    amazing vegan lasagna with veggies.. so delicious and so so easy!

    Recipe #421015

    25 Reviews |  By Lennie

    If you want to use the tomato, look for a roma plum tomato at the grocery store; it's perfect. This is a great lunch or supper for one person, and the recipe easily doubles too.

    Recipe #12660

    27 Reviews |  By khah

    A homemade substitute for hamburgers, if you ever have a veggie at a party or barbeque. Good, even without bun!

    Recipe #104977

    The Kartoshnik looks like a cake but is eaten like a potato. Serve with your main meal. This recipe was given to me by my grandmother over 50 years ago. Since then, I have modified the recipe and it is even better than the original.

    Recipe #16550

    Vegetarian Recipes From Around The World website, courtesy of Karen C. Greenlee - greenlee@bellsouth.net, is where this easy and quick pasta salad can be found. The recipe will also be included in the Zaar World Tour 2005 swap, Asian tour

    Recipe #137204

    This is a quick, easy, and refreshing dinner that I think is pretty healthy (contains veggies and fiber and can be made pretty low in fat). Although I did get the original recipe from the Moosewood Low Fat Favorites cookbook, I have altered this recipe through the years to meet our tastes. The best thing about this recipe is it can be altered to use whatever crisp veggies you have on hand and whatever spices you prefer. This recipe is also great as a leftover so do not be afraid to make ahead and store in your fridge.

    Recipe #91318

    30 Reviews |  By Tish

    This soup is sweet and mild and filled with enough vegetables for one meal, so serve it with a peppery little salad for contrast. This is another Moosewood cookbook original!

    Recipe #55779

    Most people who taste this are surprised it contains 3 pounds of zucchini. This was Mom's most popular recipe EVER. The title is my idea. Mom called it Zucchini Casserole. Boring, yes, but it gets right to the point. Mom made this as long as I can remember, and we took it everywhere: potlucks, family reunions, picnics. There were NEVER any leftovers. Mom had quite a collection of zucchini recipes. She needed them. Dad planted zucchini annually - lots of plants in case some died out before maturing. None of them died. Ever. We weren't quite up to our ears in them, but they were just about up to our bellybuttons. We never tried to sell them - they were hard enough to GIVE away. Folks would look at us and say, "But what do I DO with it?" Mom had an idea. We could con folks into taking some squash by providing recipes. Guess who got the typing job? Me - the one who typed at 15 words per minute. Being my first major typing job, it was a bit sloppy, and I left out the part of this recipe that says, "cover with water, add salt & pepper to taste and boil just until tender" Ooops. Most experienced cooks would figure out the squash must be boiled first, because it says to drain and mash it. Our neighbor, Ellen, however, didn't cook from scratch too much. And when she did, she followed recipes exactly. After making this, she asked Mom why the squash was so hard after she baked it. She had tasted Mom's casserole, and wanted to try it herself. Fortunately, Ellen's the type who could laugh at herself, so she didn't mind when we just about fell over, roaring with laughter. Well, it was funny at the time. Do be sure to file this one away for that approaching day, when you answer your doorbell and find nothing there, but a lone sack of zucchini. Because now you know what do to with it.

    Recipe #28851

    This super tasty recipe came from a co-worker who's wealthy family always made sure to serve this at their fancy summer parties. It is a snap to put together, making it perfect for families who want a meal in a hurry, or the host of party who wants something spectacular that won't keep them in the kitchen instead of with their guests. Either way, you will get the same rave reviews that I have over the years.

    Recipe #104630

    45 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Rich, Smooth,Healthy! Serve with toasted pitas. Quick and Easy! Use as a spread for sandwiches. Spread on toasted rye topped with ripe tomatoes. Also add diced red peppers or hot peppers. I try to keep this low in fat if you do as well check out French Tarts Review.

    Recipe #51535

    This recipe can be substituted in ANY pasta sauce or recipe, and it can be eaten hot or cold. Very versatile main or side dish - and very hard to screw up.

    Recipe #162765

    My fave Chinese restaurant has the BEST lo mein I ever put across my lips. It's simple, cheap, and very filling if you need that kinda dish. This can be made for literally pennies and everyone will appreciate this because it can be dressed up or dressed down. Cook and prep times approximate.

    Recipe #137287

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