Picnic Recipes (Most Popular)
Got this from pg 256 of Vegan Living (complete idiot's guide to) book. But, like any good salad you can make this one your own by tweeking the recipe. All appropriate credit to them but I wanted to add it here for anyone else eating vegan. I hope that's ok. Great for picnics or other occassions where you might normally have egg salad. My first shared recipe. Enjoy.Submitted by VEGANMIKE
A tasty and very lean twist on classic comfort food. A lot like a Shake-n-Bake, only without all the weird ingredients. Low carb, Low fat, High taste! Uses no prefabricated ingredients other than old-fashioned bread.
Great source of potassium, B vitamins, and selenium.
I love broccoli crunch salad, but have loathed the 400 calories per cup of some of my favorites. I've tried multiple times unsuccessfully to create a healthier version that still tastes like my favorite and that helps me enjoy eating these cruciferous powerhouses without the payback. I think I have finally got it.
Kudos to LIBRARYCAT for the initial recipe I found on Sparkrecipes that led me in the right direction. I still wanted something with less calories and sugars. . .and a bigger portion.
I love curry, and I love egg salad. I mashed em together. Voila. This is VERY heavy on curry. If you like less seasoning, you might wish to cut all the spice amounts in half. Or, you can vary them to your liking. This is a tough one to mess up!Submitted by PRAIRIEHARPY
The Tabouli recipe is a healthful and delicious Mediterranean food recipe prepared with quinoa, mint, garlic, tomatoes, green onions, olive oil and lemon. An excellent picnic food idea, it tastes great chilled or at room temperature.
The original recipe used 2c cracked wheat soaked for 30 min in hot water then wrung out and added into the salad. I added the quinoa instead.