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    Vegetarian Times Chef's Challenge 2008 -- Best Entree -- This is delicious, but the recipe makes waaaay too much filling. They tell you to make 8 rectangles and put 2 Tbsp of filling in each one, which means you only need 16 Tbsp = 1 cup of filling. Clearly just a pound of asparagus alone makes more than 1 cup. So... either reduce the filling or plan on having extra for a side dish another night! Other veggies that are yummy in the filling are zucchini, yellow summer squash and sun dried tomatoes (in oil, drained). I also found it more convenient to make 6 larger rectangles than 8, which would have been awkwardly shaped, in my opinion. And we skipped the tomato sauce as well.

    Recipe #309534

    This is a little more grown-up than your average pizza. (I don't necessarily measure all the toppings, just use as much as you want!)

    Recipe #306740

    Asparagus is one of my favorite culinary ways to welcome spring. I almost always make this recipe for Passover, which falls at just the right time of year. It would also be great for Easter for the same reason. This is a pretty flexible dish -- you can play with quantities, change up the onions, etc. and it still turns out delicious. I have been replacing much of the butter with olive oil, and that works fine too. Cooking time assumes pre-trimmed and pre-cooked asparagus, though what I usually do is trim it (it's more tender if you break it wherever it breaks naturally than if you cut it) and start it steaming, then make the sauce.

    Recipe #226577

    From the Moosewood Cafe Simple Suppers cookbook.

    Recipe #225814

    This recipe came from the Better Homes and Gardens diet program website. They're quick and easy, and since each one uses only half of a cinnamon roll, if you manage to eat only one, they're actually reasonably low in calories and fat. ;-) To speed things up, you can also just mix the pecans in with the blueberry mixture. I used frozen blueberries due to the season, and they turned out fine. According to Wikipedia: Nova Scotia, also a major producer of wild blueberries, recognizes the blueberry as its official provincial berry. Thus I am submitting this as a "Canadian" recipe for ZWT4. ;-)

    Recipe #225812

    This is a quick recipe that uses items you might already have in the house-- always a plus. Use whatever shredded cheese you like -- it is good with a "Mexican blend" or just about anything.

    Recipe #209313

    I made a fat-free version, with some other modifications, of Howiesar's tzatziki recipe that he posted with his tempeh gyros Recipe #148197 (which are awesome!). If you're not adverse to a little "good fat" you can use the optional olive oil, but the tzatziki is yummy even without it.

    Recipe #205486

    The hot sesame oil gives this recipe an authentic taste, even if the miracle whip is a bit unconventional. A great summer potluck or buffet dish.

    Recipe #180060


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