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Can you recommend a vegetarian or vegan menu for Easter?

  1. donnah75 profile image96
    donnah75posted 5 years ago

    Can you recommend a vegetarian or vegan menu for Easter?

  2. lauragee profile image73
    laurageeposted 5 years ago

    It's not a whole menu (or vegan) but how about this? http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/aspa … toast.aspx
    That came to mind because eggs and asparagus both seem pretty appropriate.

  3. vandynegl profile image75
    vandyneglposted 5 years ago

    Hi donnah75!  I eat vegan and I'm having an Easter dinner at my house with a few family members who are non-vegan.  I accommodate their needs and my own!   Our menu:
    vegetable bean soup
    farm raised ham
    sweet potatoes
    salad
    steamed broccoli
    white potatoes
    some kind of healthy dessert (not sure yet)

    I am making the vegetable bean soup, since I thought that would be a nice "starter" to the meal, as well as part of a main course for me, or those who do not wish to eat ham.  I use a variety of beans, but focus on pinto since they taste the best in soups!  I also add lots of onions, carrots, and celery.  I plan to add some kale when the soup is done cooking (to wilt the kale only enough).  I use organic vegetable broth and water.  I season with a little bit of salt, black pepper, and garlic powder.  Pretty simple smile

    Hope this may be helpful!

  4. M. T. Dremer profile image96
    M. T. Dremerposted 4 years ago

    I just recently learned about a vegan deviled egg recipe. Basically you boil small red potatoes and then hollow them out with a spoon. Then, mix hummus with mustard, garlic, onion and pepper and pipe it into the center of the potatoes. Then sprinkle with paprika. They're pretty good and would make a fun 'egg' snack for easter.

 
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