Vegetarian recipes and info
by Laura K. Lawless
I consider spinach a vegetarian staple. In addition to being a good source of vitamins A and C, calcium, phosphorus, and protein, spinach is versatile and equally delicious raw and cooked.
Chop suey, despite its Chinese name, is actually an American recipe, normally made with a mix of meat, vegetables, and bean sprouts. This vegan version uses tofu, bok choy, and spinach, to great effect.
A delicious spinach filling tucked inside crêpes and served with a cheesy sauce – and all vegan.
If you grow your own herbs, this healthy salad is a great way to enjoy them… or show them off.
As good as “regular” hummus is (made with chickpeas, garlic, lemon juice, and tahini), other additions can make it even better. Here are over a dozen easy hummus variations to help you spice up your favorite hummus recipe.
(Lasagna or lasagne? I never know how to spell it.) In any case, vegetable lasagne is easy and delicious. Here’s a variation on the classic red sauce version of vegetarian lasagne, with some extra vegetables.
Spinach lasagna, sometimes called lasagne Florentine, is a classic vegetarian dish made with a creamy white sauce, cheese, and vegetables.
It sounds a little weird to make soup out of salad ingredients, but this beautiful cold soup is light and refreshing.
Spinach, soy milk, nutritional yeast, and herbs combine to make a creamy and delicious vegan pasta sauce. Don’t miss it!
Sign up for my newsletter to find out about new recipes, articles, and cookbook reviews.
|Subscribe to the free Veggie Table newsletter|
Information Disclaimer. Information on this website is intended as general information only. It is not intended to provide or take the place of medical advice.
© 2002-2014 Laura K. Lawless
All Rights Reserved.
About The Veggie Table
Themed by Vitamintabletten | Powered by WordPress | Hosted by Bluehost