Vegetarian recipes and info

Category - New Year’s

New Year’s Eve is all about the party, while New Year’s Day is spent dealing with cleaning up after the party. Here are some recipes to help you celebrate as well as recover from the celebration. Also take a look at food-inspired New Year’s Resolutions

Black-Eyed Pea and Quinoa Croquettes

Black-eyed pea and quinoa croquettesCrunchy croquettes made from black-eyed peas and quinoa are packed with vegetarian protein.

Bloody Mary

If you crave the spiciness of a bloody mary but don’t want the alcohol, try this tasty variation – or make the real thing.

Cajun French “Fries”

Cajun friesIf you like spicy, try these baked, cajun-style French fries.

Chocolate Babka

Vegan, cholesterol-free, and thoroughly delicious, this chocolate babka won a blue ribbon at the 2001 Monmouth County Fair.

Cornbread

Vegan cornbreadThe slight sweetness of cornbread is set off perfectly by (vegan) cream cheese.

Dip Recipes

Dips are so versatile. You can keep one in the fridge for an easy snack, offer a couple at a drinks party, or serve half a dozen different ones for an informal, interesting dinner.

Eggplant “Meat” Balls

Eggplant meatballsMost mock meatballs are made mostly of tofu or tempeh, but this unique recipe uses eggplant and walnuts to great effect. And before you serve them with something like catsup, try one plain – you’ll be amazed at the depth of flavor.

Falafel

FalafelFalafel are crunchy chick pea nuggets from Lebanon that can be baked or fried.

New Year’s Resolutions

New Year'sWhether you’ve been a vegetarian for years or just think it might be time to cut down on your meat consumption, the start of a new year is a great time to make changes to your eating habits. Here are some new year’s resolutions you might want to consider.

Seitan Ham

Vegan hamSweet vegan ham made from seitan.

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