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Posts tagged as “vegetarian”

Sun Dried Tomato and Cheese Strudels

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These strudels are quick to make and are versatile: cut in small squares for hors d’oeuvres with cocktails before dinner, or cut in slices to serve with a simple green salad for a light lunch. If you can’t find the Alouette garlic and herb cheese spread, Boursin cheese, herb goat…

Sweet and Sour Meatballs

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These sweet and sour meatballs are better than take-out and can be made in less than 30 minutes — talk about a fast dinner! I like adding extra Sriracha to mine and topping with some cilantro, but it’s totally optional. Quorn meatless meatballs are available in many of the grocery stores near…

Spiced Raita

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A creamy and spicy cucumber salad to accompany Eggplant and Red Lentil Daal—or you could eat it plain with pita chips or naan bread, too.

Eggplant and Red Lentil Daal

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Indian food has always been an elusive thing for me to make at home. Thai, I can manage—Dave is particularly good at cooking it. Italian, of course. French, too. Indian, though, has been a no-go. Now, I’ll be the first one in the car if we’re going out for Indian…

Quick Tips for Cauliflower Rice

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Along with the rest of the world, Dave and I recently discovered cauliflower rice, and it has become something that we really enjoy eating now as a side dish with pretty much everything. It's easy to make and the same "blank canvas" as rice to which a variety of flavors and ingredients can be added. Unlike rice, though, it's much quicker to cook—a big reason why I like it—fewer carbs, and more nutritious. Here are a few quick tips for how to make it.

Chickpea Stew

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I don't know about you, but the second the temperature starts to turn and I can see the first few leaves start to turn color on the trees, it's my shameless cue to start getting into "fall mode": out come the cozy, oversized hoodies and scarves; the Halloween decorations start to unearth themselves from boxes in the basement, ready to be hung sometime towards the end of September; and soup or stew gets put back on my dinner menu at least once a week.