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Old 03-06-2013, 10:09 PM   #21
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Re: what's your favorite vegetarian recipes?

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SO wants to be on a vegetarian diet and I need help... I'm a good cook but I need more ideas. Honestly I could cook vegetables much more often than I do. I hate them.
I hated Brussels sprouts until I tried them in this dish:
http://foodblogga.blogspot.com/2008/...e-roasted.html

Seriously, I make this dish every other week. It's super simple and VERY tasty!
Also, my husband requests it, as well as roasted cabbage. He like the cabbage with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar. Just thinly slice the cabbage and brush or spray with oil of choice (we use coconut), the sprinkle with salt and pepper and leave in a 350 F oven until as brown as desired. No lie, the browned parts have a flavor like browned marshmallows!
Also, a good site to find GREAT recipes is ohsheglows.blogspot.com
Angela, the owner, is a gem, fantastic photographer and devoted vegan. Girl knows a thing or two around a veggie!

Good luck!

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I made this today to freeze for quick lunches/dinners for myself, it's really good!

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Re: what's your favorite vegetarian recipes?

I usually just buy the falafel mix that you add water to
One of our faves is quinoa, black beans, corn, tomatoes, cilantro, red onion, and a little olive oil- SOOOO good! You can eat it like that, wrap it up in a tortilla, hot or cold, and it's super filling and cheap in the summer when you can get fresh veggies.
I love veggie stir fry, and you can always do meat separate for meat eaters.
Pizza and calzones can be made with lots of yummy veggies and omit the meat part. We make calzones with broccoli, cheese, spinach, mushrooms, and onion, and it's super yummy!
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I usually just buy the falafel mix that you add water to
One of our faves is quinoa, black beans, corn, tomatoes, cilantro, red onion, and a little olive oil- SOOOO good! You can eat it like that, wrap it up in a tortilla, hot or cold, and it's super filling and cheap in the summer when you can get fresh veggies.
I love veggie stir fry, and you can always do meat separate for meat eaters.
Pizza and calzones can be made with lots of yummy veggies and omit the meat part. We make calzones with broccoli, cheese, spinach, mushrooms, and onion, and it's super yummy!
That quinoa dish reminds me of quinoa tabouli, my favorite thing to do with it! I made some a couple of weeks ago, and ate it all in two days. And we just had homemade pizza/calzones last night with fresh mozzerella - heavenly!

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