Vegetarian Poultry Recipes (Most Popular)
This stew is KILLER good! Comes out great without the chicken if you want to go vegetarian.
If you like spicy thai coconut soup, this is right up your alley...comes out tasting like it without using the coconut milk. You can adjust how spicy you want to make it. Recipe called for a pierced hababero, but I just used red pepper flakes.
Original recipe called for 3-4 pounds of chicken, but I cut it back to a pound and a half (2 whole chicken legs...1.5 lbs)to reduce the calories and get more veggies in the pot.
Feel free to add additional veggies...swap out the turnip if you are not a fan of them. Recommended ones were bell peppers, eggplant, sweet potatoes, and cabbage...I would have added pumpkin to mine, but ran out of room in the pot.
Lentils and rice were my additions, to thicken up the stew, but were not in original recipe (they are included in nutritional count). Also, original recipe called for chicken stock, not water...didn't want the salt so I used water...came out GREAT!
MAKE IT YOUR OWN!!!! Really tasty, something different!
When I was in college and home for the summer, my best friend and I would make this ALL THE TIME and live off it before heading out to the beach. I made it the other night, and decided it's too tasty to NOT share.
Tortilla soup - serve with or without chicken for vegetarian option
An earthy, simple, filling stew perfect for a winter's night. It also happens to be loaded with 8 grams of fiber, 23 grams of protein, 20% of your daily iron and calcium needs, and over 100% of your daily Vitamin A and C needs! Serve with a crusty roll and a grating of low fat cheddar!
broccoli egg scramble quick and easy
El Pollo Rico's two sauces combined with extra ingredients.
A lovely filling soup that can be served hot or cold, making this a year round offering. I've set it at 6 servings for using it as a full meal. It will be less (obviously) if you're having it as a starter. Also, I used Blue Dragon Coconut Milk Light, but the recipe analyser isn't recognising the decreased calories for some reason. This means that there's a 525 calorie difference, which, if you divide it by the number of servings (6) means that each serving is 87.5 calories LESS per serving than is shown here.Submitted by MRS.DORMOUSE