Roti is an Indian flatbread that is similar to pita. It is easy to make on a griddle or heavy skillet, and bakes up quickly. This recipe goes very well with my Ginger Mint Hummus
I like to use Betta Foods textured vegetable protein in my cooking, as the texture and flavor is excellent. If you cannot find this product, use your favorite soya protein, or substitute mushrooms for the TVP. I leave the outer skin on the fava beans for this recipe. It is mildly chewy but adds to the flavor of the stew.
If you crave a tasty vegetarian Indian dish that is easy enough to make on a weekday night, this may be what you are looking for! I froze my tofu, thawed it, and gently squeezed out the moisture before browning. This step makes the texture a bit more "meaty". However, the recipe will work well with fresh tofu, as long as you have the firm or extra firm variety.
This is a sweet salad with exotic spices in the background. Creamy potatoes with a nice bit of crunch in the vegetables! Use store-bought Old Bay or make your own here!
This is a quick and easy soup that makes a complete lunch when served with rolls, tortillas or corn bread. If you want more heat, add a dash of your favorite hot sauce.
This soup tastes very rich and creamy, despite being quite low in calories. It is a great beginning to a vegetarian meal.
This meaty little dish has a wonderful Italian flavor and is easy to whip up at the last minute. Use homemade marinara or your favorite store brand.
I like to serve cups of this soup at the beginning of a special vegetarian meal, but it makes a good main course when served with a salad and bread.
This potato salad has a light oil and vinegar dressing that makes it delicious, yet low in fats. It also keeps better on a buffet table than the mayonnaise dressed versions.
This potato salad is unlike any other I've had, but it's really delicious. It is perfect for a hot summer day!