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I am trying to be healthy and eat more vegetarian dishes. Since I grew up in the midwest where meat and potatoes are the core of every meal, I'm finding it a bit challenging.
What's your favorite vegetarian or semi-vegetarian recipe? Or if you have a really good one, non-vegetarian recipe?
Wow! I knew one of us would get around to this thread
I had a big fail with eggplant tonight, so I need help.
I tried this recipe:
Read More http://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/2012/05/eggplant-and-zucchini-in-tomato-garlic-sauce#ixzz1utroNDJW
It didn't live up to my expectations.
Eggplant is so hard to get just right.
I can't recall having tried to cook eggplant before.
The recipe you posted reads yummy! This is a good thread to have, because as I cook for myself I can type it here for fun, and see if you like any of it
That would be great. I would love to try some new recipes. My usual sources are bon apetit and allrecipes.com, but it is nice to have a personal recommendation.
It will be vegetarianism for the poor, but it will have a yummy middle-class taste
My mother-in-law gave us a pressure slow cooker. It is great for cooking beans in. Much less cooking time. Here is a recipe I have modified for the cooker, and it is one of my favorites:
Try this to make it vegan:
Thanks. I'll give it a whirl.
Nowadays they can get the taste of a variety of meats using only vegetables and spices. They haven't gotten fish or shellfish right, nor have I tasted a good vegan cheese, but they have vegetarian pork, beef, and fowl done quite well
My goal is to eat meat once a week or so. I made salmon last night that was very tasty.
An approximation of this recipe. I always switch things around a bit.
vegan burger, with video
If you like Indian (India) food, there are tons of vegetarian Indian cookbooks.
Then after eating, you can do your yoga. :)
yes, but it has a strong spice flavor and odor, very very strong
I have a few curry recipes, mainly changing the ingredients from chicken/rice/potatoes to rice/potatoes and hard boiled egg/potatoes.
They are all excellent, using a tomato-based sauce with plenty of onions and garlic and ginger. I combine my own spices but a good curry mix wouldn't be hard to find. Since I like it hot I also throw in some habaneros, but you can use jalapenos or go milder.
I've made some nice vegetarian chili with baby-corn, potato, and zucchini. You can let your imagination run wild when it comes to ingredients.
I've also got a few quickie, grub dishes that are tasty but they're maybe too low brow for you nice ladies.
(Tonight made some Thai Jasmine rice that will be shrimp fried rice manana.)
Thanks, Lisa. I'll see what I can find along those lines.