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    Tahini is ground sesame seed paste found in many Middle Eastern dishes. This tahini sauce recipe thins the sesame paste down, and makes it a perfect condiment or dipping sauce for Middle Eastern wraps, pitas, and my favorite, falafel!

    Recipe #481754

    This is a vegan version of Sloppy Joe's from the cookbook La Dolce Vegan by Sara Kramer. Quick and simple and tastes fantastic! L picked this recipe totally at random, and I am SO glad she did! I substituted 1 TBSP tamari and 1 TBSP of Bragg's Liquid Aminos for the Vegan Worcestershire sauce. The original simmering time for the recipe is listed below, I probably simmered mine closer to 25-30 minutes before the rice was tender.

    Recipe #480732

    Veganized from Gourmet Magazine. These were fantastic! Made for St. Patrick's Day 2012. They turned out fluffy and flaky and were so simple. I used Daiya brand vegan Cheddar cheese shreds, and reduced the amount of cheese to 1 full cup (instead of 1 1/2, which was in the regional recipe) I also used my Pampered Chef Large cookie scoop to make the drop biscuits puffy and even!

    Recipe #476937

    I had some extra fresh mint on hand, and decided to throw this together for our New Year's party! Be sure to really press and squeeze the excess water out of your cucumber shreds so you dip stays thick, and does not become watery. I drained mine in a mesh colander and then, used my hands, but you can also use a clean tea towel or cheesecloth to squeeze out the water. Make this in the morning and let it chill all day, or overnight, for best results. Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #471104

    I was looking for a quick and simple meatball recipe for some pasta and red sauce, AND I had a package of vegetarin burger crumbles to use up. This recipe comes from the Lightlife website. Recipe freezes well. To reheat frozen meatballs, simmer in sauce for 15-20 minutes.

    Recipe #461955

    Delicious and bright home made dressing, perfect for Summer salads. Especially wonderful over fresh cucumbers from the garden! For the 1 tsp of dried oregano, I used 1/2 tsp of Pampered Chef Greek seasoning plus 1/2 tsp dried oregano. If you don't have enough lemons for 4 Tablespoons of fresh juice, you can use 2 tbsp lemon juice plus 2 tbsp red wine vinegar.

    Recipe #461331

    Every vegan has a Wacky Cake recipe up their sleeve. For those of you that don't know, WACKY CAKE is "wacky" becasue it's a chocolate cake, made without any milk or eggs. Recipes such as this one came to be during the Great Depression, where ingrediets such as milk and eggs were extremely had to come by, and often too expensive for the average family. The "lift" in this cake comes from the reaction between the baking soda and vinegar. I found this recipe burried in a random website, labled as the BEST CHOCOLATE CAKE EVER" and it just so happens to be vegan. The chocolate glaze totally makes this recipe, so do yourself a favor and try it at least once. Cake IS still amazing in its own, dusted with some powdered sugar. I added in the "optional" extracts that I use when making the cake too. They really add a great flavor.

    Recipe #461330

    I had some leftover red curry paste, so I made this sweet and spicy dipping sauce for some vegetable lettuce wraps. I imagine this would be great for dipping spring rolls, or cubes of fried tofu too. Not a fan of red curry paste, or don't have any on hand? This sauce is delicious without it too.

    Recipe #461328

    Made this quick and easy sauce to serve with Asian lettuce wraps. Great dipping suace for spring or summer rolls too. Inspired from the jar of hoisin sauce I've had in my fridge for way too long...

    Recipe #461327

    This is so simple and tastes wonderful. We made this for my Pampered Chef party and it was a huge hit. Don't worry if you don't have their manual food processor, which is the main tool they highlight for this recipe. I find that I can dice the fruit with my knife just fine, and it even comes out a little neater looking; The manual food processor just saves time. Please feel free to use lemon OR lime, for juice and zest. I've used both, and they both work well. Depending on the sweetness of the fruit, I add agave nectar to taste, no more than 1 tbsp usually. Serve with Stacey's cinnamon pita chips, or your own home made pita chips. This is also amazing served over ice cream! I believe 1/2 cup salsa = 2 Weight Watchers Points

    Recipe #459937

    This is an appetizer I made for Mother's Day this year. I used as a base, the cashew cream recipe from Color Me Vegan, and then added some extra garlic and nutritional yeast to give it a bit more cheezy artichoke dip flavor. prep. time includes the time it takes to soak the raw cashews overnight.

    Recipe #457128

    This brownie recipe is super quick and simple, and can be made from ingredients most people have right in their pantries. Perfect for a last minute chocolately brownie craving! I found this recipe in The Students' Go-Vegan Cookbook. The original recipe called for 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce, which I did not have at the time. Instead, I used 1/2 cup silken tofu, and it worked out great. To keep these brownies vegan, please check the ingredients list of your semi-sweet dark chocolate chips, as many brands do contain dairy, even though they are not actually "milk" chocolate.

    Recipe #453901

    My basic hummus recipe. I use a little extra tahini to make it extra creamy. Was tired of having it on a scrap of paper, so I am posting it here ^_^

    Recipe #453171

    This is one of the BEST tomato sauces I have EVER made! Veganized from a recipe I saw made on the Barefoot Contessa byJoe Realmuto, executive chef and owner of the East Hampton restaurant Nick & Toni’s. This recipe, as we are told, is one of his most popular dishes. I watched and I was a believer. Sure, he baked the sauce in the oven for an hour and a half, and used an entire CUP of vodka... I thought: ditch the cream, replace it with recipe #390747, loose the cheese... I'm ready to try this!!

    Recipe #453170

    Sometimes I find inspiration in the oddest places... ^_^ This recipe was one that I saw (and veganized) from Rachel Ray's 'Week in a Day'. The flavor of this pasta was DELICIOUS, I am so glad I decided to try it. This recipe was easily veganized by using vegetable broth, and replacing the grated cheese with my recipe for vegan parmesan (recipe #413778)

    Recipe #453093

    Another winner from the Post Punk Kitchen Website! These are the meatballs that go with Isa's version of vegan Spaghetti O's, just like the ones from the can!! I've been looking for a good, all-purpose vegan meatball recipe for what seems like forever, and when I saw this recipe posted last week, I was excited to give it a go! These are simple and taste great. I did not make the spaghetti Os that go along with them, but I think these mini meatballs are simple fabulous along with some spaghetti and marinara. One note, you do need to use store bought breadcrumbs in this to achieve the correct consistancy. Homemade will not do for this particular recipe

    Recipe #453044

    From the Post Punk Kitchen Website! These were DELICIOUS! I love making my own veggie burger, and these had such a wonderfully unique taste. The salty brine of the olives mixed with the meaty texture of the mushrooms made a perfect match. One thing I also really liked about this recipe was the addition of dried tarragon. I do have a small plastic bag of the spice, but I don't really come across too many opportunities to use it. To me, tarragon has a licorice and slightly minty flavor. The flavors of dried tarragon are quite strong, but the 1/4 tsp called for in this recipe, gives the perfect subtle hint. I might be able to use up that bag after all! I did end up baking the burgers in the oven about 15 minutes longer than stated, so about 45 minutes total. I served them on toasted wheat bread with some romaine lettuce leaves and some guacamole.

    Recipe #453037

    From the cookbook: 500 Vegan Recipes. This is a quick and flavorful meatless substitute for ground beef in any of your favorite Mexican dishes (tacos, burritos, enchiladas, quesadillas or nachos). I really like that this recipe can be made in 5-10 minutes, right in the microwave. Feel free to cut back on the cayenne pepper, or use it "to taste". I made it with the full amount listed, and did not find it to be too hot at all, just a nice amount of "heat". I've made this using TVP (Bob's Red Mill brand) as well as with Butler Soy Curls, both are delicious! I also cut back a little on the oil at the end, I probably used about 2 tbsp instead of the full quarter cup.

    Recipe #453012

    Creamy avocado adds a really nice touch to all the tanginess found in traditional Greek salads. I make this using recipe #448742 for the feta cheese. Inspired from a recipe I saw on Chuck's Day Off (Cooking Channel)

    Recipe #450715

    From: 500 Vegan Recipes. Quick, simple, and so easy to throw together on a weeknight! Many of the wonderful vegan chorizo recipes I've tried need to be prepared, kneaded, and then steamed for 30-40 minutes, so this is a nice quick way to add a little spicy flair to your dishes. Throw some of these crumbles in with your beans and rice, chilli, tacos or tofu scrambles. They are also great as a topping for a "taco" pizza, or mixed into cheesy pasta for a 'Chilli Mac' type dish.

    Recipe #450153

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