This was so easy to make and so delicious. Do make sure you get medium sized zucchini as the larger ones can be blander. These are far more filling then they appear. I served mine with a green salad and some quinoa. I continue to be grateful to Deborah Madison for her ongoing inspiration.
Until I made this recipe from Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone, I never knew that you could caramelize zucchini. This was so good. Even my family members who do not like zucchini ate this.
This is Deborah Madison's recipe for red pizza sauce from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. It is simple to make and sugar free and i like that. It was easy to make and quite tasty. I did add a pinch of red pepper flakes and garlic powder to her recipe, but other then that, i loved it as it was.
I got this recipe from Deborah Madison's book Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. i am always looking to try new pasta recipes and then make them low carb using dreamfields pasta. unfortunately, this website always computers the carb count on traditional pastas, not low carb ones :(
i had a little bit of quinoa left and fresh corn was in season, so i thought this recipe from Deborah Madison's book Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone might go well with my barbecued tempeh. My guest agreed and said i needed to make this again and could they get the recipe )
I found this recipe in Deborah Madison's book Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. I used it as part of a meal that i was creating that needed to contain 45 or fewer carbs. My guests, one of whom who does not like kale, loved the mixture of the beans and the kale and really enjoyed this dish. Next time, I might make some croutons to sprinkle on top of it as well to give it a bit of crunch.
I found this recipe in Deborah Madison's book Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone as I was looking for a low carb barbecue sauce. It has a good flavor, but is more of a vinegar based barbecue sauce then the sweeter sauces that are produced commerically.
i am always looking for low carb vegan meals -- i used the dreamfields pasta when i make it as it significantly lowers the carb count, but you can use whatever you would like. i found this on veganchef.com
I got tired of not finding a vegan italian sausage and then found this recipe at veganchef.com -- decided to post it here so i do not lose it and also can keep track of the nutritional data for my own diet
I ran out of chili powder and went to look for a substitute -- never knew it was a blend of spices -- duh -- anyway this is what i found at about.com -- slightly different then some of the others i have seen here -- which i found after the fact