13 results for tag: Entrees

One-Pot Pasta with Eggplant & Mushrooms

Looking for something wonderful to serve your family this summer?  This is one of my favorites.  I really like this "one pot” eggplant and mushroom pasta dish, and it is so easy to make.  The pasta cooks in the sauce, which gives it a wonderful burst of flavor.  Serve it with some arugula or a simple salad.    It is a ... More

Portobello Mushroom Burgers

My sister’s absolutely favorite vegan burger is the Portobello Mushroom burger.  It is basically a large Portobello Mushroom, seasoned, and grilled.   The result is a tasty burger that has a great consistency and looks fantastic. Ingredients: 2-4 large Portobello Mushrooms Olive oil Salt Instructions: Clean and ... More

Special Occasion Breakfast!

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and what an opportunity to let our mothers know how much they mean to us. So, my sister and I decided to make our mom an early Mother’s Day surprise breakfast with some of our favorite recipes. It was especially nice, as my grandma was able to join us. Happy Mother’s Day to all the ... More

Split Pea Soup

Split pea is a very nutritiously dense legume.  One that should be added to a healthy diet due to its many health benefits.  The most common way to eat split peas is in a split pea soup.  Here is a totally plant based version.  I love this soup. Ingredients: 1 yellow onion, chopped 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 large ... More

Fantastic Red Lentils

Have you ever had the satisfaction of curried red lentils served with a bowl of rice or some flat bread? If not, you've been missing out. This time of year, with the promise of spring around the corner, but with winter still lingering in the air, (at least in New Hampshire) this dish will give you some warmth and comfort. It is ... More

Falafel, Falafel, Falafel!

In the past decade Falafels have become very popular all over the world, and rightly so, they are absolutely delicious. Even better, they are usually made from wholesome, healthy ingredients. Let me clarify that: Some may use a dry mix reconstituted with water, which in my opinion does not even come close to the real thing. So ... More

Great-Grandma’s Meat Substitute

So, this is the basic way to make a meat substitute, and we can use the result to make all sorts of wonderful dishes.  The easiest way to serve the meat substitute is to coat the pieces in a flour and seasoning mixture, sauté in some olive oil, add some caramelize onions, and serve with gravy and mashed potatoes for a ... More

Great Vegetarian Chili

Chili!!! The word itself solicits warm emotions. Easy to make, keep warm, and serve.  It is a favorite as the weather gets colder. Whether you like your chili mild, medium, or spicy, it can easily be adjusted to your liking. This chili is totally cholesterol free and is packed with nutrition. High in fiber, low in fat, but ... More