Millet is an excellent grain to use for stuffing vegetables, since it cooks to a slightly adhesive quality. And using small orange squashes makes for a festive and filling entrée.
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Here is one that is always a stand-by for any holiday gathering–usually Thanksgiving. It is great as a main dish or as a side dish.
This was the best vegan stuffing I’ve ever tasted. Even the meat eaters loved it and commented that the mushroom gave it a wonderful texture. I adapted this recipe from one I found somewhere on the internet. I wasn’t exact on the spice measurements (meaning I didn’t level off the top of the measuring spoon).
Quinoa is incredibly nutritious and delicious. It is the quickest cooking whole grain, as it takes less than 20 minutes. Cook a big batch and then use 2 cups to make this great looking and tasting salad or just follow the recipe. Once you taste it, you’ll want to make it often. The nutritional yeast gives it a cheesy taste. As always, use the best fresh ingredients you can get. This salad sings, “It’s Summer”.
2 cups black-eyed peas, cooked
3 cups long-grain rice, cooked…
1 cup bulgur
1 cup boiling water…
1-15 oz. can chick peas
1 cup cooked wheat berries…
3 to 4 cups cooked brown rice
1/2 medium onion, chopped…
1 ear fresh white or yellow corn
1/2 bunch cilantro, finely chopped…
6 ears of corn
1 can of black beans…
1 cup uncooked Bulgur Wheat
2 cups vegetable broth…
3 cups cooked long grain brown rice
2/3 cup chopped fresh parsley…
basmati rice (cooked according to directions)
black beans (cooked according to directions)…
Here is another one I use at holidays–it always looks impressive with the colors from the fruit and herbs (do use fresh mint if you can–dried is not the same!) I think I adapted it from one of Mollie Katzen’s cookbooks. This salad keeps very well, and is great to have on hand for lunches and snacks.
1/2 med. red onion, cut into fine half moons
4 radishes, cut into fine half moons…
- 911 Vegan GravyPeople new to oil-free vegan diets often ask what they can put on baked potatoes. If you’re used to using margarine or butter, it can be intimidating to be told that you need to either (a) get used to potatoes plain or with new toppings such as salsa or (b) make a cheesy sauce or gravy […]
- One Bowl Mix and Bake “Pumpkin” Millet PuddingOne of the things I’m most thankful for each Fall is that it’s time to eat orange food. And one of my favorite orange foods since I was a little kid has always been winter squash. If I’m going to eat it for dinner, either stuffed or right out of the skin, two of my […]