I like the Dixie Diners' Club textured vegetable protein products, such as their Chicken (Not!)™ chunks. However, you can substitute any brand of vegetable protein chunks and use the vegetarian chicken broth to flavor them. This makes a tasty and comforting meal, and is really easy to make on the stove top!
I used plantains that had just gone completely black, and they were sweet and delicious, yet still firm. You may also use yellow plantains that have a few black spots on them.
This salad may be made a day ahead of a special dinner. It keeps well when covered and refrigerated. We like it for a light, low-calorie lunch.
This is a very basic, easy-to-make honey cake. It is based on on a recipe that is over 100 years old!
This dish may be made with pantry and freezer items, even when you are low on fresh produce. The millet seeds offer a nutty flavor which complements the spinach and lemon in this wonderful side dish.
Here is a recipe for healthy muffins that children and adults alike will enjoy receiving in their lunch bags. I like them for an evening snack with herbal tea.
This tasty dish will make tofu lovers out of just about anyone! It's easy to make, low in fat, and high in protein. I like to serve it with fried rice.
Shoofly pie is a molasses crumb pie that was originally developed to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia. If you are looking for an unusual, historically significant treat, this may be the recipe for you!
This is a crunchy salad that goes well with spicy dishes. It packs well in lunch boxes, and may be used as an appetizer as well with its refreshing, slightly sweet flavor.
Easy and economical, your family will love this vegetarian dish!