Out of all of the recipes on my Weekly Meal Plan, this is the one we were most excited about! I first made vegan enchiladas with ‘cheeze’ sauce almost a year ago and Eric has been gushing about them ever
An easy veggie cassoulet. I hate to use 2 pots, so if you have a cast iron casserole that goes stove top to oven, use that (although it is nice to have a big surface area for the bread topping). Update Jan 2011 - I forgot to give proper credit for this recipe, I believe it came from the original Moosewood cookbook, adapted from there. Having made this a few times now and as one reviewer mentioned below, you could take or leave potatoes in this. It's more filling with them, but they don't add a whole lot. When including them be sure to cut in a fairly small dice because they've got to cook through in about 45 mins. If the pieces are too large they won't be done. I've really come to love this recipe though, find a nice blend of herbes de provence, it really makes it. Bon Apetit!
A cinch to make and tastes wonderful. My skeptical parents couldn't believe these were vegan. Try with white and whole wheat flour. Excellent with some maple syrup. I'm pretty sure I stumbled across this one on vegweb.com
This is the bowl of vegetarian ramen I've been working towards ever since I first ventured into the vegetable-based foothills of Mount Ramen two years ago. It has a rich, creamy broth that's layered with flavor and thick enough to coat the noodles as they're slurped from the bowl, plus little pools of glistening, flavorful fat, and four different toppings that deliver on texture and flavor. This is hands-down the best bowl of ramen I've ever made. And it can all be yours, with a little bit of heavy-duty climbing, that is.
This recipe is from the book Vegan Brunch by Isa Chandra Moskowitz. Feel free to sub all quinoa flour for the corn flour or vice-versa if you don't have both on hand. I have also used chickpea flour. Whatever you do, just don't use cornmeal; it's much coarser than corn flour.
This is an original recipe by Susan V from fatfreevegan.com. It's so easy to make and incredibly yummy! You can buy Vital Wheat Gluten at most grocery stores (look for Bob's Red Mill). I did not have nutritional yeast so I omitted this ingredient with no lack of taste. These were quot;grilledquot; on a griddle and it worked out great. My meat eater hubby loved it as did the kids. Check out http://everydaydish.tv/cookingshow_video.html for a video on how to make this. (it's under Susan's Ribz).
Last night I had the pleasure of having dinner with a group of people taking a Civil Rights Tour through the South. The menu for the night was barbecued pork sandwiches and pork-and-beans, the idea being to give them a