Recipes

The SD Basic Burger

Here's a basic burger that can be dressed up in many tastes and ethnicities. You can actually use most any beans, (pinto, butter, canellini, black...), so experiment as you get comfortable.

Stuffed Cabbage (or Peppers)

This is a comforting, traditional eastern European dish that tastes every bit as good as my baba's (grandma's)!  Feel free to switch the pilaf stuffing to any left over grain, squash or potato in the fridge!

Spinach Tofu Soufflé

Enjoy this baked French classic without animal products.  This cheesy sauce can also be used in other recipes that use cheese.  It's also good over baked potatoes, steamed vegetables and grains!

Carrot Dogs

I love this creation!  Who would have guessed that the humble carrot can be all dressed up to be a fancy dog!

A side of baked beans, and any frozen or steamed veggies makes a meal.  (Salads are always welcome too.)

Fresh Fruit Tart

I always try to use fresh berries from the garden for this beautiful and quick snack.

Ginger Roasted Tempeh w/ Vegetables

This is a lovely, meaty dish that can be modified with vegetables that you have around.
 
If aiming for gluten-free, make sure that the tempeh does not have barley.

Asparagus Soup

You know it's spring when local asparagus abounds.  Celebrate with this satisfying soup!

Chickpea Curry

Here's a basic curry recipe with lots of room for variation.
 
 

Cruciferous Curry

Here's a basic curry recipe that highlights broccoli and cauliflower, but don't limit yourself!

Leftover Cobbler

This is such a versitle, hearty dish that uses any vegetables, soups, stews, bean dishes, stir-frys, potatoes or rice on hand, adding a fresh and homey topping of corn bread!  Also a great potluck casserole offering.

Walnut Roast

This is an improvement on meat loaf, and can be the centerpiece of holiday meals as well.

Eggplant Parmesanish

This baked dish uses the taste of nutritional yeast to add zesty, cheesy flavor without added fat or dairy. Baked eggplant just melts in your mouth - make sure to bake long enough to soften thoroughly

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