28 Recipes Created by VEGANDEB65
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A guiltless dinner favorite that's sure to please!
This soup is so simple, with the main ingredient being only carrots, and no potatoes or cream to thicken it. I'm sure there are many directions in which the flavors could travel, but I prefer to make it with a predominantly Indian taste. Feel free to adjust the spicy-level as necessary. I like it with a moderate to intense heat, but you can add more or less cayenne and crushed red pepper to suit your own taste. The final product should be smooth and evenly blended, so you will need some kind of food processing device to get it right. Submitted by EHD630
Vegetable chili, so easy and so yummy!!
This recipe was taken from and adapted a teeny bit from The Clueless Vegetarian.
YOU CAN DEFINITELY LOWER THE SODIUM IF YOU GET LOW SODIUM BLACK BEANS!!!Submitted by TINABAER
This is an easy to prepare basic spaghetti sauce. It is easy to add veggies or meats as you desire. And it's much healthier than the store-bought jars! Be sure to look for cans of whole tomatoes and tomato paste with no added salt.
(Comparison - Most store-bought sauces have 80+ calories and 400+ mg sodium in a 1/2 cup serving. This sauce has 75 calories and 300 mg of sodium in 1 cup serving!)
Submitted by HEYBECKYJ
Tomatoes form the base, 4 beans and lentils make this hearty. Meat and dairy products can be added, but are not necessary. Makes 16 hearty servings that each have 50% of your daily fiber intake.Submitted by UOFIGIRL
A super tasty vegan alternative to chicken, egg or tuna salad. There are endless combinations to this salad. I like to serve it in pitas or tortillas with spinach and peppers, but you can alter this recipe to suit your needs. I used vegenaise, but you can use any other suitable mayo substitute such as nayonaise or even a non-vegan mayo.Submitted by ~MASJA~
Don't let the tofu put you off, this tastes wonderful.
You could also add a packet of frozen stir fry vegetables if you wanted a larger vegetable serve.
This is based on a recipe from the Eating Well website, with just a few tweaksSubmitted by FLOWERDALEJEWEL
If you like thin crust pizza this is a good thing to try. I prefer it to the store bought crusts which are full of carbs, sodium, etc. This is also very versitile. You can use any cheese, toppings or sauce you prefer. This recipe makes a basic sauce from scratch but store bought is fine alsoSubmitted by WINNA01