This recipe was adapted by my mother and myself from meat chili. We fed it to my dad and only told him afterwards it wasn't meat - he couldn't tell the difference! This is a fast and filling meal and is even better, cold or warm, the next day! I serve leftovers with tortilla chips or in a wrap. Also good with sour cream and/or cheese on top.
I love eating oatmeal in the morning - it's cheap, filling, and tasty. However, I got a little bit sick of the usual raisins and apples variety. I came up with this oatmeal after reading about "overnight Oatmeal" in the "Student's Vegetarian Cookbook", and it tastes just like banana bread.
Fast, easy stuffed zucchini. I make this in the summer when the zucchini are fresh and abundant. It makes a great light meal with some fresh bread to mop up the sauce, or as a side dish. This recipe is easily doubled!
I was disappointed with the lack of variation and uses for asparagus; I don't eat much that requires a side dish and stratas are too time-consuming for one person. I came up with this and it is TASTY! If I had tomato, I would have put that in there at the end too. It could also be done in a sandwich maker much more easily! I dip mine in ketchup--I guess that's the only non-grownup part :o)
This is my adaptation of a healthier version of the Reuben sandwich from shape.com. It is totally vegetarian and could easily be made vegan. Don't let the dressing ingredients scare you - you could also use Thousand Island Dressing, but I think this version removes the need to buy it. This is a sandwich that is truly a sum of its parts - they meld beautifully and you won't notice the individual ingredients.
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