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    I don't mind vegetarian meals. I enjoy lentils way more than a hamburger. My husband also doesn't mind veggie meals either. These are some vegan and vegetarian meals to try.
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    healthy source of protein for vegetarians

    Recipe #202108

    6 Reviews |  By Anu

    I put this together tonight when there was nothing appetizing to eat at home, and I didn't feel up to any sort of elaborate cooking. This makes a fantastic, light, summer meal on its own, or can be served with warm garlic bread. Adjust the spices to suit your taste.

    Recipe #30554

    This "meatless" loaf is packed full of protein. And, as an added bonus, it has potato and veggies baked right in. This goes nicely with a fresh green salad and some basmati rice. This is yet another recipe from my favorite cookbook, "The Vegetarian Meat and Potatoes Cookbook"

    Recipe #86133

    I've served these meatless burgers many times to guest. My guest were always surprised to find out they're meatless. I serve them, like you'd serve meatloaf. They're great with mashed potatoes

    Recipe #152553

    Congee, called jook in China where it originated, spread throughout Southeast Asia. This Thai version is adapted from, "James McNair Cooks Southeast Asian." It's used as a breakfast dish or as comfort food. This recipe consists of two parts, a simple rice porrige made of rice (any kind white or brown) cooked in water or vegetarian chicken broth. It's served with your choice of toppings and condiments. All of the toppings listed here are easy to make, most with recipes from this site; however some of the pickled items need to be made in advance. It's advisable to select your toppings before getting started. Generally 2 or 3 toppings are used, along with a condiment(s). Here are a couple of popular vegetarian combinations served at my favorite Thai restaurant: Steamed tofu with salted black soy beans; or diced sweet potato,taro and pumpkin. Among the favorite condiments, pickled ginger, preserved (pickled)vegetables, pickled garlic, fried shallots and cilantro are old standbys. OTHER TOPPING & CONDIMENT CHOICES ARE: Asian omelet, sliced, recipe#173413/ fried shallots, recipe #165849/ pickled garlic, recipe# 30341/ pickled ginger, recipe# 29707/ Thai crystal, recipe # 159548/ Indonesian soy sauce (kecap manis)/ Sambal Ulek/ Chinese pickled vegetables, recipes #33796 or #47496/ hard cooked eggs, sliced/ chopped roasted peanuts/ sliced green onions/minced fresh ginger/ fresh cilantro/fresh Asian basil leaves.

    Recipe #183437

    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

    I have recently started the WW Core program which emphasizes whole grains, produce, and a little bit of good oil. Around the same time I started I also re-found a lovely little cookbook that a friend gave me a few years ago called "One Pot Vegetarian Dishes" by Amy Cotler. This pilaf is a modification of a recipe from that book. It needs a little salt and pepper but is a nice main dish or side dish depending on your eating style. The original recipe says it can be served either warm or cold though I have only tried it warm. And the original recipe called for red pepper. As I only had frozen green pepper that is what I used, but feel free to change it.

    Recipe #107267

    This is really easy to make. There were no leftovers! What a great combination of flavors and textures. Serve with tortilla chips on the side.

    Recipe #152136

    The flax adds some bulk and binding power and also great nutritional value! Garnish with your favorite condiments, cheese, lettuce, etc. Adapted from Delicious Living magazine(Feb. 05) I haven't tried this yet, so placing it here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #157406

    I collect veggie burger recipes and this is a little different from the others I have. Feel free to use other veggies. if you like! These can be frozen. Serving suggestions: Serve with grilled onions, grilled portabella mushroom slices, and mixed greens, or, burger style with ketchup

    Recipe #62569

    "Meaty" vegetarian balls. Try taking them to a Pot-Luck dinner and watch the suprised faces when the diners find out there's no meat in them. Also great in spaghetti sauce or meatball Stroganoff. 1/25/07 Editor's Note: PETA has a list of vegan products, and Lipton Onion Soup Mix is vegan. www.petaworld.com/accvegan.asp

    Recipe #11028

    I went vegetarian on my birthday, and decided I needed to invent some yummy burgers that don't have veggie chunks or weird flavors in them. I also didn't want wheat gluten in them, so I came up with these, and my son even liked them! The measurements are approximate, and also, feel free to accessorize this recipe to your own tastes!

    Recipe #176714

    This is the recipe from "The New Farm Vegetarian Cookbook". SO EASY!!! My kids have always loved this, they are 15 and 11. Originally it called for 3TBS oil, I use 2, but I'm sure you could use less. A little indulgence doesn't hurt. I use olive oil because I LOVE it.

    Recipe #220980

    This is a killer sandwich filler and it's vegan too!

    Recipe #124123

    My mom used to give us decadent cinnamon-sprinkled toast, with butter or margarine to make the cinnamon-sugar stick. Now that I'm vegan and needed a butter alternative, I ended up creating this! Still has a dreamy flavor, but won't hurt you or the cows!

    Recipe #192052

    This can be made 2 days ahead and refrigerated, or frozen up to 3 months. Thaw before warming and warm slowly so it doesn't burn.

    Recipe #31738

    A warm, spicy soup - I'm posting this a bit early; it's really a great fall and winter soup.

    Recipe #31749

    I got this recipe when I worked at Colonial Pines Inn, a bed and breakfast in Highlands, N.C. Delicious! Feel free to put in what you like, maybe some chopped mushrooms,wheat germ,seasonings, etc.

    Recipe #38532

    I fell in love with avocado rolls from a near-by Japanese take away, but I wanted to be able to make them at home to be sure of the ingredients used so my whole family (with allergies) could enjoy them also. I was, at first, apprehensive as they looked a little complicated and many recipes I found were actually very complex. However, it only took me two rolls before I got the hang of them. They really aren't difficult at all !!! I'm not really sure if my method is 100% correct, but it works for me. This recipe makes a mix of avocado and vegetable rolls - how many of each is up to you. You'll need a bamboo mat to help with the rolling.

    Recipe #152769

    This is an inexpensive vegetarian burger and my husband loves them. He ate one and he said they are filling, delicious and he said he wants more made when these are gone and he even said that they are better than store bought. They don't fall apart like most veggie burgers and all the ingredients are available at any grocery store.

    Recipe #110944

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