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Posts Tagged ‘Quick & Easy’
Easy and excellent!
“Use chickpeas, not chicken in this old fashioned entrée. You’re bound to get compliments that will make you crow. Serve it over rice, toasted bread triangles, or split biscuits. – Jo Stepaniak”
Aromatic and fresh, this healthy version of a favorite chickpea curry is sure to please.
1 small onion — chopped
3 cloves garlic — minced…
An easy crockpot dish using just two ingredients for delicious flavorful beans without any fat. You must soak the beans the night before.
2 tablespoons water
1 large onion — sliced…
Here’s a delicious, fast chili suitable for the Fuhrman program. You can omit the corn completely and just use more zucchini if you’re trying to cut out grains. This is thick enough to serve as a filling for burritos.
Easy and excellent!
1 large sweet potato (about 12 ounces), peeled and cut into 1/2-inch chunks…
1 small onion chopped
1 can red kidney beans drained…
1 large onion
5 cups mixed vegetables (carrot, rutabaga, parsnip, turnip, cauliflower, etc)…
2 15oz cans black beans, rinsed and drained
1 16oz jar roasted garlic salsa…
For those of you who own crockpots… Made this last night and it was great and so easy!
1 onion, cut into thin wedges
2 cloves garlic, minced…
- Vegan Gluten-Free Peach CobblerI grew up with peach trees in the garden, and it pains me a little to have to pay money to buy peaches imported from Alabama every summer. But truth be told, our homegrown peaches were always on the small side, compared to the juicy globes of sweetness I now get from our farm stand.... […]
- . . .And Now I See. . . Part 2My Mom, a teacher, used to say that teachers had eyes in the back of their heads. If you’re a Mom, too, you might also have experienced what I used to call my “mom radar”–that moment where I would suddenly just “know,” without a phone call or any other five-senses cue, that it was […]