Vegetarian recipes and info
by Laura K. Lawless
Antipasto, which means “before food” in Italian, is a salad-like appetizer consisting of various fresh and pickled vegetables, cheeses, and rolled or sliced meats. For vegetarian antipasto, you can either substitute mock meat products or leave them out altogether.
These elegant little appetizers are quick and easy to prepare and absolutely delicious.
Avocado blended with garlic and hemp oil makes an unusual and delicious salad dressing.
A classic Middle Eastern dip made of roasted eggplant. Delicious!
A quick and easy alternative to canned baked beans. Serve with veggie hot dogs for a vegan kid treat.
Baked ricotta cheese with herbs makes a savory, slightly spongy cake – a very simple yet delicious appetizer.
Quinoa is faster, easier, and – in my opinion – tastier than rice. Give it a try!
Bharta is a smoked eggplant dish popular in the villages of Punjab. It is usually served with greens, bread, and lassi.
I used to hate making rice, until I realized that the world won’t end if I ignore conventional wisdom. It’s ok to remove the lid to stir during cooking and to add more water, and it doesn’t even matter if there’s liquid left at the end. As when cooking pasta, you can just drain whatever’s left when the rice is ready.
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