Vegetarian Beet Burger

Vegetarian Beet Burger by Micheline

This vegetarian burger has the unusual addition of 1 tbsp of grated beets, just enough to give the burger a pleasant color. Once cooked, this burger looks and tastes like a meat burger. It is delicious!

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Peanut and Vegetable Linguine

Peanut and Vegetable Linguine by Julia Ann Souders

A recipe for a meatless Monday meal of healthy whole grain pasta, fresh vegetables and peanuts for a bit of Mediterranean cuisine. Adapted from The Cook's Encyclopedia of Vegetarian Cooking, Linda Fraser, 2001, p 140 "Peanut Noodles." ©2007-2014 Netta Belle’s Choice® cookbookinabox® “Reg. U.S. Pat. & Trdmk.Off.” Reg.…

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Sassy Sugar Snap Peas n' Broccoli Saute

Sassy Sugar Snap Peas n' Broccoli Saute by Smokinhotchef

Fast, flavoricious, and figure friendly! Great side dish or satisying vegetarian meal!

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Eggplant Caponata

Eggplant Caponata by Franco Lania

This eggplant caponata recipe I started making in Italy. It began to change it while working and living in Miami. I perfected this recipe in my own place in New York's Little Italy. This is quite simply one of the best eggplant caponata recipes. "UP Town" Recipe from a down town Chef. Enjoy.

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Green Beans, Red Potatoes and Pasta

Green Beans, Red Potatoes and Pasta by Julia Ann Souders

A comfort food dish of pasta, fresh green beans and red potatoes with a light sauce. ©2007-2014 Netta Belle’s Choice® cookbookinabox® “Reg. U.S. Pat. & Trdmk.Off.” Reg. “Trade-marks Canadian Intellectual Property Office.” and All rights reserved.

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Sauteed Zucchini in Homemade Tomato Sauce

Sauteed Zucchini in Homemade Tomato Sauce by Denise Sherin

I love homemade tomato sauce, it's so much better than jarred sauce. As a summer side dish I add sauteed zucchini, it's so yummy. I recently served it as a side with baked cod and we wound up putting it right over the fish it was terrific!

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Gobi Manchurian- a popular Indo Chineese dish can be served as a snack or an appetizer when prepared dry. The Cauliflower has a crispy coating and is tossed with a mouth-watering spicy sauce.Try this absolutely delicious recipe!

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Lemon Pasta with vegetables

Lemon Pasta with vegetables by Jeanne Templeman

This is a delicious summer pasta dish. It serves well as a main dish, but also is delicious alongside grilled meat or fish. Tastes great as leftovers too! Credit goes to my wonderful daughter in-law Jacki for this one.

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Cheese Tortellini with Purple Sage and Browned Butter

Cheese Tortellini with Purple Sage and Browned Butter by K. Garner

My family loves this dish. It's a classic and uses an herb that grows year after year in my yard--purple sage. Any culinary sage will do--the ones with the large velvety leaves. Don't use Russian sage or Pineapple Sage. Stick with the basic sages. We like short pasta with this, and often use Orecchiete or Bow Tie pasta. You've got to…

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Capsicum Corn Rice

Capsicum Corn Rice by Foodybuddy

This rice is a combination of corn and capsicum, both are delicious vegetables , rich in nutrients like vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber. This flavorful rice is a one pot meal , great to pack for lunch box. Good accompanient for this rice is raita or appalam or potato chips.

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Spaghetti in Basil Pesto with Sun-dried Tomatoes and Walnuts

Spaghetti in Basil Pesto with Sun-dried Tomatoes and Walnuts by Hina Gujral

Spaghetti is an extremely versatile variety of pasta, it can be rich and satisfying when combined with meatballs in a Bolognese Sauce, light and luscious when tossed with vegetables or seafood, or positively mouthwatering when simply tossed in garlic…

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Three Green Circus Stir-fry

Three Green Circus Stir-fry by Smokinhotchef

This is quick. This is delicious. This is chock full of vitamins and minerals This can be a main dish or a super easy side!

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Dae's Summer Alfredo

Dae's Summer Alfredo by Evil Fairy

This is a light Alfredo with spinach and a hint of lemon to give it a lovely fresh taste without the heaviness of a normal Alfredo Sauce.

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Caponata by Farrell May Podgorsek

Caponata is traditionally served as an antipasto with toasted baguette slices or crackers. It is savory, with a touch of sweetness from the raisins and salt from the olives and capers. You can also use it as a pasta or pizza topping. This is one of the most popular appetizers I serve. The recipe doubles well and it freezes…

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