Tiffany's Healthy Eating cookbook
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This is my interpretation (bastardized version) of Migas - a traditional Spanish egg and tortilla dish. This is usually eaten as breakfast, but I eat it morning, noon, and night!
You can really do a lot with this recipe, as per your tastes. Salsa, beans, cheese, cilantro, jalapenos, and chorizo are all good to go. I keep mine pretty basic, but spicy.
It may not look that good, but trust me it's addicting. Technically, it is a vegetarian dish in that it contains no meat. As a former vegan, this was one of the things I missed the most.
Enjoy.Submitted by LESLIE52683
This tasty, spicy soup is perfect during those cold winter days... crunch some tortilla chips in each bowl after served for added yum!Submitted by MRS_MORRIS
From The Grit- a fabulous restaurant in Athens, GA. When cooked correctly, tofu can be reminiscent of succulent fried chicken. the secret is to get the water out and the flavor in. the grit's method is to cook it twice. The essentials are a non-stick skillet, soy sauce, and nutritional yeast.Submitted by GRATEFULSNED
I got this recipe off of RecipeZaar.com. According to the recipe description there, this recipe was from a 1995 or 1996 National Enquirer. It was posted on 'Zaar by Spyder-man. I did make a few minor modifications (I didn't add green peppers or shallots and made some other adjustments).
I don't believe the Cabbage Soup Diet is a great diet to follow, however, this is a really good soup for snacking or lunch. It reminds me of the Cabbage Soup they serve at Big Boy. Also, I halved the recipe and it still made a TON of soup - - roughly 20 servings.Submitted by NORTHERNDIETER
A kickin' vegetarian pizza! It's extra good because it's made on a whole-wheat crust!Submitted by CURVES_N_CURLS
A vegetarian favorite. Use as a side or as the entree. Vegan approved!
Vindaloo is one of my favorite dishes in the world! This spicy Indian curry can be made vegetarian or with meat and is packed with spices. For those new to Indian cooking, I simplified the spice list, choosing five you might already have on hand.
Submitted by CHEF_MEG