Here are a bunch more of the recipes I’ve made recently. There is no need to be bored when you’re eating Plantcentric, that’s for sure!
Fast Food Veg Loaf
(I call it No-Meat Loaf)
This has really become a staple in my house. In the old days, my husband was a true meatloaf lover. He would make a meatloaf and add oil to it! I had never heard of that. Oil would come half-way up the loaf pan. To me, it was gross, and I wouldn’t eat it. Thank goodness those days are over. I think this is his favorite entree now.
This is made with kidney beans, brown rice, regular oats. I add onions, garlic, greens and mushrooms to jazz it up. Hearty and delicious!
Engine 2 Raise the Roof Sweet Potato-Vegetable Lasagna
This recipe is so good that Rip Esselstyn & his wife Jill chose it to be the main dish at their wedding reception. It has onion, garlic, corn, mushrooms, carrots, red bell peppers, tofu, whole wheat pasta, spinach, sweet potatoes, tomatoes and cashew. Very filling. Took some time to make. Wonderful!
Get the recipe here: http://engine2diet.com/recipe/raise-the-roof-sweet-potato-lasagna/
Ann Esselstyn’s Sweet Potato-Orange Slices
Excellent! Easy! Tastes like you’d get in a restaurant.
Eat Vegan on $4 Day’s Save-Cash Quinoa Loaf
I jazzed up with garlic, ketchup, etc. Serve with salad.
Get the recipe here: http://support.pcrm.org/site/MessageViewer?em_id=53303.0&dlv_id=56765
Eat Vegan on $4 Day’s Apple Crisp
This has become a staple in our house. No picture yet. I guess we eat them too fast!
They are individual stuffed apples. Delicious! Quick and Easy!
Get recipe here: http://www.pcrm.org/health/diets/recipes/thanksgiving-menu#Apple