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post #101 of 191
Tonight was hot sauce-glazed tempeh (from Vcon), romaine topped with homegrown lentil sprouts, roasted root veggies and parsley tahini dressing. I'm sooo full and content.
post #102 of 191
Tonight I made scrumptious green beans (onions, garlic, beans, and pine nuts at the last), baked butternut, and buttered (EB) rice noodles. Totally delicious, one of my fave meals.

BBQ!!! Sounds lovely! It was warm today, but M-Th evenings are so jam packed with activity, it's too hard to organize that much...
post #103 of 191
Tonight we had Irish Bean Stew, steamed broccoli, raw carrots, tomatoes, and sweet peppers with pimiento/cashew "cheese" sauce.
post #104 of 191
My kids have been sick so its been tough to cook. My dd (5) is feeling much better and has been insisting on making Ratatouille like in the movie she watch while sick! (so cute) SO, with chef hat on she made baked Rataouille and actually ate it! I also made a Rucola Salad with roasted walnuts and balsamic vinagrette. It was yummy and easy
post #105 of 191
I made this http://www.vegetariantimes.com/recipes/10132?section=
for dinner last night, replacing the mushrooms with tofu. It was pretty yummy.
post #106 of 191
Last night my uncle came to p/up my little cousin and was staying for dinner so we had a curry feast.

Red lentil dahl, a potato/chickpea/eggplant curry w rice cooked w cardamom, cloves, onions, garlic powder and peas

I love curry!
post #107 of 191
Last night, in honor of St. Patty's Day, we had lentil bake with cabbage and potatoes. Plus salad and blueberry corn muffins. Irish beer for DH and N/A beer for me. :

DH is working tonight and tomorrow night, so it will probably be leftovers and scrounging for DS and I.
post #108 of 191
Tonight was drop biscuits with sausauge-almond milk gravy, smoky collard greens and leftover spiked mashed taters.
post #109 of 191
Tonight was super-quick Mexican Pizzas - whole-wheat tortillas spread with pureed black beans and topped with cheese, black olives and scallions. Baked 5 minutes and served with salsa. Took all of 15 minutes to make.
post #110 of 191
tonight was a really tasty pasta -- whole wheat pasta with a artichoke, roasted red pepper, and sun dried tomato sauce.

i will try to post some indian recipes when i get a chance.

chessa, i totally associate you with biscuits and collards.
post #111 of 191
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Originally Posted by robina_josephine View Post
chessa, i totally associate you with biscuits and collards.
Ha! There are much worse things to be associated with, I'm sure. It's one of our only surefire staple meals.
post #112 of 191
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Originally Posted by Jadzia View Post
Tonight was super-quick Mexican Pizzas - whole-wheat tortillas spread with pureed black beans and topped with cheese, black olives and scallions. Baked 5 minutes and served with salsa. Took all of 15 minutes to make.
That sounds awesome! Do the tortillas get crunchy or do they stay soft? I think if they were soft they'd be floppy & hard to eat. Either way I think we will be trying that.

Tonight we had spagetti & tofu balls with salad. Nothing fancy, but I usually get tofurky Italian sausage so the tofu balls were a nice change.
post #113 of 191
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Originally Posted by Jadzia View Post
Tonight was super-quick Mexican Pizzas - whole-wheat tortillas spread with pureed black beans and topped with cheese, black olives and scallions. Baked 5 minutes and served with salsa. Took all of 15 minutes to make.
That looks good!

We had fries topped with pizza herbs for lunch, and then I had a tooth pulled so we had a salad in the evening, cause I'm not allowed warm food for a day.
post #114 of 191
Owie Kaya! Hope you are feeling better tomorrow!!

I made a baked ziti tonight, forgetting to make salad. Oops! I'll save that for Sunday. Tomorrow I'm being taken skiing by a friend! YAY!

Both kids had packed lunches at school. And I had girl scout cookies. and tea. Really, it was SO yummy that I can't even hate myself.
post #115 of 191
Last night was super yummy Chinese food. The night before we had chipotle mashed sweet potatoes, agave-baked lentils with rice, and green beans with tomatoes.
post #116 of 191
Last night was orzo, salsa and black bean salad. Tonight will be cheddar spoonbread and garlicky kale.
post #117 of 191
Tonight I made vegan sloppy joe's and vegan potato salad. mmm mmm
post #118 of 191
Tonight was chiliquiles - so easy and delicious! Saw Louise Hagler (author of Tofu Cookery and other veg cookbooks) demo this today at our local VegFest.
post #119 of 191
I've been a bit lazy the last few days but I'm getting back to good cooking tomorrow - my mouth doesn't hurt anymore. Does anyone have a nice recipe for veg lasagne? I remember someone made some last week?
post #120 of 191
For vegetarian lasagne, not vegan, I used one slice of manouri cheese, one silken lite tofu, and blended them together with 1/3 tub of better than cream cheese. I layer this with a home made sauce, sometimes with fake meat, sometimes not. I put lots of onion, garlic, shreaded fine zucchini, and cut frozen spinach in the sauce. I use uncooked noodles, and start with them at the bottom, then sauce, then cheese, then noodles, sauce, cheese, till I'm out of one of those key ingredients. Then I bake at about 400 for 20-35 min., depending on how big/deep. YUMMY!!!
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