PattK1220's Favorite Vegetarian Fare
219 Recipes Created by PATTK1220
I love to cook. I include vegetarian dishes in my menus frequently, so I decided to create a cookbook of my SparkRecipes favorites. It's nice to have them all in one place.
Recipes in this Collection
This is from the book Vegan With a Vengeance by Isa Chandra Moskowitz. Very tasty, easy to make, and full of fiber too. Good for a snack or part of a light meal.
I used 2.5 cups of split peas because I had extra, which is a little more than 16 ounces... so the nutritional info is SLIGHTLY higher for mine than what is listed here.Submitted by OHHEYITSSOPHIA
Cookbook creator says: Here's a linkto a similar recipe that contains more garlic http://forecast.diabetes.org/recipes/zucch
ini-ribbons The next time I make this, I'm going to add some red pepper flakes for some extra flavor.Submitted by MARTINEKERR
Cookbook creator says: This is from the Good Eats episode Pantry Raid 6: Lentils. Here's a link to the original recipe http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-b
rown/lentil-soup-recipe/index.htmlSubmitted by RAVENGIRL103
Cookbook creator says: This was originally published in Eating Well, Sept/Oct 2009 http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/fettucci
ne_brussels_sprouts_mushrooms.htmlSubmitted by BABS080809
This is a lovely, dark, meaty tasting dish without the meat!
This serves a crowd, with 9 generous half cup servings.
Try to find "French Green Lentils", as they are the best. I purchase mine at an organic grocery. If you cannot find those, then look for a small, roundish, green to brown lentil. Sometimes these are named just brown lentil. If you look closely however, there will be a greenish cast and these are much smaller and also more round than those you find in the one pound bags at the regular grocery store. These Lentils are so much better than those plain, flat, brown ones that you find everywhere. They take a little longer to cook, but are well worth the patience expended!Submitted by DTCELLO
A flavor powerhouse of protien!! Cooked with no meat or meat by products. Easy to prepare by putting it all in a crock pot.
Serve with whole wheat tortillas and a home made Pico De Gallo and it is a surefire hit for the whole family.
Also the left overs are really good to mash up the next day with some lime juice and serve with tortilla chips! Submitted by MRICHTER2004
This is the vegan sausage featured on Isa Chanda Moskowitz blog, and Vegan Dad's blog
They are so, so, so good.
Photo to come.
I don't count spices in the calorie count, because I don't believe that should be counted.Submitted by MEEGHANTHEVEGAN
Cookbook creator says: This is from the One Pot Cooking episode of Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger on the Food Network. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ellie-k
htmlSubmitted by THILBURN