Archive for February 25th, 2010

Croustarde aux Pommes (Apple Crunch)

From Lana Porter,

Acorn Squash Pie

Here’s a modified recipe for a squash pie based on the Ask Dr. Weil website. It tastes yummier than pumpkin pie.

Easy Vegan Pumpkin or Squash Pie

I find that the smooth, sweet butternut puree tastes just as good as sugar pumpkin-perhaps even better! Once you’ve got the squash or pumpkin baked, which I do ahead of time, making this nourishing pie is a snap. It contains no eggs or dairy, but no one will notice the difference.

Tofu Pumpkin Pie

This is the best pie ever…

Appley Apple Cake

This makes a very moist cake like dessert. Use apples which do not “sauce” when cooking like Gala apples. Cut the recipe in half to bake in 1 round cake pan.

Spring Rolls

These light, uncooked rolls are the perfect start to any Asian meal. They’re very easy to make, and you can vary the filling ingredients to suit your taste–and your creativity! Serve them with Peanut Sauce, as shown, or with Soy Orange Sauce.

Baked Tofu

I use this tofu recipe for adding to stir-fries, rolling up in sushi, and serving with gravy on Thanksgiving. It’s a great, easy all-around tofu recipe that even kids love (my daughter snacks on cubes of baked tofu).

Peanut Sauce

Mix all ingredients together well. Makes about 1 cup.

Soy Orange Sauce

Great on spring rolls!

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