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!
Slightly tart, tomatillos pair nicely with potatoes, especially potatoes flavored with herbs and garlic. Delicious!
I buy my beef-flavored soya chunks from Betta.com. They are tender, yet meaty, and they really taste like beef. This hearty soup tastes even better the second day!