This is an adaptation from a delicious soup from Veganomicon. Their soup uses olive oil instead of butter and has no cauliflower. They also use roasted garlic. Both versions are delicious, filling and quick to make.
This recipe is delicious and creamy without too much additional fat. You could easily replace the sour-cream with broth if you wanted. I find it makes a great meal on a fall night with some crusty bread and a salad:-)
Spicy and filling this melange of vegetables and beans is a great way to use up some of summers bounty! Watch out though, this dish can be QUITE spicy:-). This is easily made vegan with the use of oil instead of ghee.
This is from Deborah Madisons Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. Baked Tofu smothered with a fragrant stew of summer vegetables and sprinkled with Romano cheese. You can replace the mushrooms with artichoke hearts or asparagus. The sauce MAKES this dish so I often double it:-). It's also great used for pasta salad. This dish can easily be made vegan by omitting the cheese.
I use this baked tofu all the time! It can be used in sandwhiches, stir fries, salads, soup...you name it! Plus it's low-cal, a good source of protein and delicious. I usually make about 4lbs at a time so I'm able to use it through the week.
I whipped this salad up when I felt the need for something full of noodles but did not want either peanut sauce or tomato sauce:-). The vegetables can be infinitely varied but this is the combination I liked. The sauce comes from Vegan with a Vengance and I use it for a million and one things in my kitchen. It's DELECIOUS. Tofu or Soy Puffs are pre-fried tofu cubes that are puffy and soft. They are available at most Asian grocers. If you cannot find them substitute pan-fried, extra firm cotton tofu.
Swiss chard is a wonderful green that often gets overlooked. It has a slightly sweet flavor and a firm texture. The combination of Swiss chard, mushrooms and tortellini makes for a hearty and delicious soup. Serve this with garlic rubbed croutons for a filling and comforting meal. The better than bouillon makes for a nice flavor but you could always use chicken broth for this soup if you're not vegetarian:-)
Yep, this is one of those, gee, no idea what I'm making let me see what's in the pantry meals:-). I love the combination of mushrooms, artichokes and tomatoes plus the buttery taste of fresh rosemary. Make sure you use a high quality pasta to stand up to this assertive sauce. I love this with a side of steamed cauliflower with garlic breadcrumbs. You could also easily add chicken, sausage, or another protein instead of the chickpeas.
I came up with this last summer on a scorching hot day when I wanted something fruity but not too sweet. Dried mint and out of season strawberries are NOT a good idea here, so I suggest you save this recipe for when the strawberries are bursting with flavor in early summer:-)
I have had MANY people ask me how I pan fry my tofu and get it so crispy and firm. There are a few reasons why:-). First I either use a non-stick or cast iron pan, I don't overcrowd the surface, I drain my tofu REALLY well, use only extra firm Chinese style and MOST important of all, I leave it undisturbed while cooking and this allows the golden crust we all love on pan-fried tofu to develop! Please find detailed instructions below on how to make the best pan-fried tofu ever!
This is my absolute favorite pizza crust. My grandmother has been making it for as long as I can remember. She's Irish and a wonderful cook but my Italian grandfathers' hand is definitely in this crust! It's shorter than most and has a flaky, tender, nearly pastry like texture. To get the full benefit of its yumminess I suggest cooking your pizza on a throughly heated pizza stone. (The active prep time includes the rising time and the cooking time is after the pizza has been rolled out and topped)
This recipe is based on one in Deborah Madisons "Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone" and I use it nearly weekly. It's simple and easy. It has a nice balance of tangy and peanutty and is delicious on steamed broccoli, raw red bell pepper, pan seared tofu and soba noodles. Please enjoy:-)
My mom and I had made stuffed Acorn Squash for Thanksgiving and there were a few left over in my fridge so I thought I'd try using them up. This turned out quite yummy and even my squash-suspicious husband enjoyed it!
This is a little different from most trifles since it does not use pudding. Instead I use a traditional old English dessert called a Fool to layer with the fruit and cake. You can make this with or without alcohol but I like it with a flavored rum:-). You can vary the fruit pulp you use and of course what type of fresh fruit. Endless variations! The Passive time is the chilling time.
This is my adaptation from "Vegetarian Cooking For Everyone" by Barbara Madison. I've added capers and use a bit more garlic than she does. I use this for nearly everything and always have some on hand for dipping steamed veggies or putting on top of a stew with rice. It's excellent with grilled chicken and fish and absolutely amazing on grilled vegetable sandwiches. Always use FRESHLY chopped garlic and not the prechopped kind. Otherwise it just won't taste as yummy.
I was hunting through my fridge one day and these ingredients where what I had on hand. I love this soup because the sweet potato gives just enough sweetness and a velvety texture. It's perfect on a cold day with some crusty bread and a salad.
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