365 Ways to Cook Vegetarianby Kitty Morse
Whether you are eating no meat, trying to eat less of it, cooking for the kids, or just eating healthier with
After being raised on Mom's unadorned, overcooked vegetables, it may come as a shock to many of us that well-prepared vegetables actually taste great. But taste great they do, and now, in one volume, are 365 ways to make vegetables the star of any meal.
Whether you are eating no meat, trying to eat less of it, cooking for the kids, or just eating healthier with larger mounts of vegetables and grains in your diet, you'll find the perfect recipe here. This international collection is filled with pizzazz and offers dishes made with fresh vegetables including appetizers such as Watercress Asparagus Roll-ups; soups and stews like Moroccan Vegetable Tagine and Green on Green Gumbo; and main courses like Corn and Chili Pie, Eggplant Enchiladas, Mushroom Ravioli Divan.
Beans, pasta, rice, and grains are also featured in exciting combinations: Indian Garbanzo Beans with Fried Garlic and Peanuts, Egg Noodles with Artichoke Hearts in Whiskey Saffron Sauce, Wild Rice with Butternut Squash.
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