Tinkyada Pasta Joy now makes wonderful whole grain brown rice pastas – widely available in supermarket natural food sections. Brown rice pasta makes this dish gluten-free.
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1 Tablespoon Salt
1 pound radiatore or spiral pasta, uncooked
2 Tablespoons Water — or vegetable broth for sauteing…
Regular chili powder is quite mild. It is a mix of oregano, cumin, garlic, spices and small amount of pepper. For those who like it hotter, add cayenne pepper or hot sauce.
*I sometimes use diced tomatoes instead of stewed. Add seasonings if you don’t use a flavored variety.
Adapted from a recipe at cdkitchen.com
I have an awesome lower fat pesto sauce. I got it from the McDougall newsletter and adapted it. I think the original was created by Jill Nussinow who teaches together with McDougall’s during their live in sessions and on their latest DVDs.
NOTES: This Italian-inspired, meal-in-a-pot is rich in fiber-filled ingredients, like beans and vegetables. It’s a tasty vitamin- packed, meatless meal that cooks in no time, especially if you use leftover pasta. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and serve with a slice of bread and a salad
This vegan hamburger helper style recipe has received rave reviews. It is a quick, easy and absolutely delicous family meal.
1 cup spiral or bow tie pasta
8 cups fresh spinach, cleaned…
1 3/4 c Filtered water or vegetable stock
1 c Couscous, medium size, toasted…
- 3-Minute Chickpea SaladA quick search of this blog will prove that I adore chickpea salad. As of today, I’ve posted six of them. I love being able to take a can of chickpeas, mash it up and have a quick sandwich filling or salad topping. And as my days get more and more hectic, my chickpea salads […]
- Spring SoupaladOf all the wonderful plant-based doctors we can learn from on the internet and in books, I confess that Dr. Fuhrman’s work is the one I am least familiar with. An incurable bookworm, for some mysterious reason I have yet to even read Eat to Live. However, I do believe that sometimes such lapses are […]