A common recipe in the Netherlands, the average person eats probably once a week - easy to throw together and great to serve to guests as it makes a lot and it's relatively cheap! The only thing I've done differently is used tofu in place of ham or bacon. You can also leave the tofu out completely - but you gotta serve it with sate sauce - that's what makes it great!
This is from a vegetarian cookbook - which is probably out of print - called "Cooking for Today Simple Vegetarian Recipes" published by Whitecap books... I've tried lots of different "meat" loaves and they all sucked - mostly I think b/c they contain Tofu. I love tofu - but I don't think it belongs in "meat" loaf. This Roast/Loaf turned out really delicious. I made it for a dinner party and everyone loved it - and they said it went good especially with the Mushroom sauce... I'm allergic to mushrooms and ate my slices with ketchup - it was still loverly :)
This is a wonderful vegetarian version of meatloaf. It's so scrumptious & delicious. It has just the right touch of balsamic vinegar and sun dried tomatoes - serve with noodles or rice and you have a delightful meal that will please even meat-eater friends :-) I came up with this recipe when I combined two other recipes trying to make a nice filling for stuffed eggplant. But we liked the "stuffing" better alone as a loaf or shaped into a patty.
This was written a long time ago by my Dad, Bill York, then I tucked it away for years, found it among my cook book stuff and made it today - delicious! It deserves to be shared! These cookies don't spread like other cookies - they stay fat like little bombs - and they are the bomb! ;-)
I was looking at the community forums when I read the question - favorite comfort foods. This is my favorite comfort food - so I thought I'd better include the recipe for you all to try. I actually found it at vegparadise.com but I've altered the ingredients a bit so it's easier to make and to my liking. We eat this at least once a week as a main course.
I love this recipe - it tastes great with everything. I like it better than most peanut satay sauces that they sell in the stores. I think it's the coconut milk that makes it tastes so good. It comes from Nina Simonds book: Asian Noodles.
uses no added sugar - nice alternative to the other watermelon sorbet recipes. (from low fat, low calories, low cholesterol, light cooking cookbook). alternative:
for honeydew & cantaloupe ice, use unsweetened pineapple-guava-orange juice in place of pineapple juice concentrate
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