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I'm DYING to try the pumpkin ziti with carmelized onions and sage dressing, the eggplant moussaka and of course, the chickpea cutlets!
But I'm pretty sure I've got the ingredients at home, and a good bottle of wine to go with it, so that's my dinner plan.
My friends and I have paged through it looking at several recipes, but I haven't done much cooking lately. I have big plans, though. The tempeh sushi rolls look awesome.
Asparagus Spinach Dip
Diner Home Fries
Quinoa Salad with Black Beans and Mango
Soft Poppy Seed Polenta
Mediterranean-Style Baked Lima Beans
Lemony Roasted Potatoes
Basic Broiled Tofu
Pineapple Cashew Quinoa Stirfy
Lentils and Rice with Carmelized Onions
Jalapeno Corn Gravy
Sweet Vidalia Onion Sauce
Chocolate Chocolate Walnut Cookies
The crepes wouldn't stay together and the polenta was better the next day but everything else has been fantastic. It is a great resource too, usually I sautee vegentables or steam them and since I got the book I have been baking everything and it is so much better and easier. I love having all the roasting times and temperatures.
If anyone has some vegan crepe tips I would love to hear them! I wasn't great at making egg ones but at least I could flip them :)
If you have an Asian market nearby, pick up some bánh xèo batter mix.
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