Vegetarian recipes and info
Red chile sauce is a spicy Mexican sauce most commonly served with cheese enchiladas and chiles rellenos.
Rice is an inexpensive and versatile food, but I always seem to eat it in the same ways. Here’s a collection of recipes that are either made with rice or complement it nicely.
Miso soup, or “miso shiru,” is a typical Japanese soup that comes in many varieties. This one is spiced up with pumpkin, onion, and optional curry powder.
Red cabbage topped with sautéed apples makes a simple but flavorful side dish.
Jewish cuisine includes a lot of root vegetables, dairy products, fried foods, and, for certain holidays, unleavened breads.
Freezing firm or extra-firm tofu gives it a chewy, even meaty consistency and turns it into a marinade-loving sponge.
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