These could be a heavy side dish, but we like them as the main course with a side of spanish rice and a salad. Feel free to make changes to suit your taste - this is fairly flexible. The filling also makes a good stuffing for zucchini! Prep time does NOT include roasting the chiles.
I think that homemade veggie burgers are always better (and cheaper) than store-bought. This is a nice basic recipe. I particularly like these because the prep work is minimal. Freeze these on cookie trays covered with waxed paper until solid, then move them to a ziploc bag. You can then take them out individually whenever you want one!
This recipe came from a friend years ago. I made it once and now I'm "expected" to make it for every party! It's a bit strange looking and folks might be reluctant to get into it, but once they do, I promise it will be GONE. This makes a lot, too, so it's an easy and inexpensive way to provide snacks for a bunch of people (servings are approximate). Prep time includes chilling.
My husband's favorite - he'll put away the whole batch in two days. Not the lightest pasta salad, but very tasty and refreshing on a hot day. This is a great side with sandwiches, chicken, burgers, etc., or it makes a good lunch by itself. This is very flexible, so feel free to add/omit veggies, adjust seasonings or increase/decrease dressing as you see fit.
I came up with this salad because I had some cucumber to use up, and really liked the results. It's similar to Tabbouleh, but with a more Italian flavor. All amounts can be adjusted to suit your taste.
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