I made a hub about this one...separated into three actually
Vegetable fried rice
Egg rolls/Spring rolls
Mini Soy Burgers
Light Pesto Pasta with Tofu
What a great idea for a hub! Okay, let me start now by saying one of the best vegan cookbooks I've ever read is Veganomicon:The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook.
I'm not trolling for them because I have no connection to the authors, I just want to give proper credit. In their book, they write that a great way to organize a vegan meal is to include a bean, a grain and a green. That gives you a complete protein with each meal and a dark green or yellow vegetable for vitamins.
So, let's see. Again, I am not copying their recipes, just coming up with things off the top of my head:
black beans and rice salad
with grilled pineapple for dessert
sauteed zucchini and carrots
quinoa with currants
brown rice and adzuki beans
There are an endless amount of combinations with assorted marinades and cooking styles (saute, grilled, baked, etc)
Yuuuuuuuuck! You poor hungry people! How did this happen to you? You need to get yourselves a nice hunk of marbled beef turned twice to ensure theres a Moo in every bite!
The first answer is typical of many people uncomfortable with the humane choices of others. Why the need to ridicule? I'm not vegan, but the above recipes (except for the tofu!) sound delicious.
I love the Moosewood Cookbooks. Easy, delicous and mostly vegetarian and vegan recipes.
Or try the Vegetarian Epicure. Incredible recipes! Really gourmet, but do-able.
Both have several different cookbooks with holiday sections.
Have you ever tried to make vegan lasagna. Umm, its so good.
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