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You've decided to make some hummus or goddess dressing, only to find you're out of tahini. Rats!
Making your own tahini is very easy. You control the oil and ingredients. Just keep sesame seeds in your freezer, and you'll be good to go at a moment's notice.Submitted by BLUEKARMA
if you like spicy peanut buttery asian food, you'll like this sandwich.
note: i use LIGHT firm tofu in place of regular firm tofu because it's significantly lower in fat and calories without being lower in protein. it doesn't really taste any different.Submitted by RABBIT-FOOD
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
This has no eggs or mayo so is great for picnics and cookouts since it doesn't have to be refrigerated. We make it the day before to really meld the flavor. Great-Grandfather Bornkessel, a waiter, brought this recipe with him when he left Germany, worked in Switzerland then came to USA. Super high in potassium if you are restricted be careful.Submitted by DAKOTATURTLE
Super easy and flavorful crock pot recipe that's high in protein, low in fat, and wonderfully filling. Enjoy!Submitted by HEALTHEKATE
Delicious low fat vegan version of this ever popular Greek dish. Delicious served with a crisp green salad and a few black Olives! The tomato sauce makes enough for two dishes, I usually freeze the other half. The Nutritional information is calculated for the whole amount of tomato sauce - not sure what it would be using the amount for this recipe - but it's less.Submitted by TREEHUGGER73
A simple, warming and hearty soup that's fast to prepare. Sodium appears to be high but that depends on your chosen broth and if you drain and RINSE the beans the sodium will be much lower than reported here. Submitted by MEGABOMB
Pronounced ma-zhe-dra, this is a vegan Middle Eastern bulgur wheat, lentil and onion pilaf that is incredibly yummy! I first had it at a now (unfortunately) defunct Middle Eastern cafe and the full-blooded Syrian owner told me what the ingredients were, so after they closed and I was craving this dish, I threw together the ingredients in amounts I felt were similar to hers and it turned out pretty authentic tasting! You can also use equal amounts of whole-grain brown rice instead of the bulgur, but I prefer the bulgur wheat. Nutritional info listed is using the bulgur.Submitted by BETHPROVERBS31
This is a great meatless meal that tastes like it has meat in it and will fool any meat eaters who venture to try it!
Just don't tell them it is meatless and they will never know the difference.Submitted by THEOTHERHALF