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Recipes I've Shared:
Delicious and hearty vegan red beans and rice! From scratch, items you would almost always have on hand. Very good even without the added sausage. Pictures to follow.
This is a surprisingly tasty and nutritious vegan combination and the colors look great together too! I just developed this recipe with items on hand - it's fusion Asian/North African. Enjoy, and let me know what you think.
This is the meal my kids request most when we get together. I've developed this version based on curry in Japan, and my memories of curries my Mom made. It is a real comfort food, and warms the tum, best in cool weather, but my family loves it any time. It makes a big pot -the serving number is an estimate. It's basically a thickened spicy stew, so easily varied according to your tastes. We love it with lots of potatoes and carrots. Enjoy!
Obviously, this recipe can be made lighter by varying the thickening agent, but I personally don't wish to mess with it. Let me know if you have luck with it.
Fragrant and delicious! This dish survives the transition to brown rice beautifully.
Chili that's pretty traditional but with chunks of chicken breast instead of beef. I make mine with organic ingredients, cook beans from dried in pressure cooker.
Pressure cooker chicken cacciatorie style dish with rice.
Using bread machine pizza dough, it's easy to make individual pizzas, which can be topped as desired. The nutritional information is for dough only; add the nutrient values for your toppings.
Leftover chicken and brown rice transformed into a tasty lunch or dinner. Add more or less curry powder to taste. The egg is optional - makes it more moist.
You can add fresh or frozen peas for color (or in place of mushrooms).
Basic quick sauce I make in pressure cooker. I have this with shrimp, or can add sausage or ground beef.