veggie.num.num — delicious vegetarian recipes Easy Tofu Cooking Tips - How to Press and Cook Tofu You've seen tofu. You've eaten tofu. And you may have even purchased tofu at the grocery store — it's available just about everywhere these days. But, like most people, you probably have no idea what to do with it. But in order to turn this white brick of pure potential into dinner, it helps to know a few tricks and tips. Tofu needs to be "pressed." Slice open the package and drain out the water. Some other things to keep in mind: Tofu loves being marinated. Tofu hates marinades containing oil. Get crispy with cornstarch. Don't forget about broiling, grilling & grill pans. Tofu: not just for stir-fries anymore.
The healthy vegetarian recipe blog Avocado & Mango Quinoa Sushi ,Mushroom Soup,Sesame Noodles,Salad sushi!,Coconut Mango Overnight Oatmeal,Strawberry lavender gelato, a perfect spring recipe! ,Chickpea patties & lentils,Minestrone with Mini Seitan Meatballs,Mango Wraps,Fat and suga The 10 Cheapest, Healthiest Foods Money Can Buy Whether you’re broke and waiting for the next paycheck, or simply trying to cut back on your grocery bill, it’s vital to choose foods that give you the healthiest bang for your hard-earned buck. These ten foods do just that. They’re nutritional powerhouses for pennies on the dollar. Many could be considered superfoods, and have long been staples of frugal households. To compile the final list, there were three main criteria. Versatile. Of course, your opinion on some of these foods (particularly the first) might differ, and I’d love to hear what you would have included instead. All prices are the lowest available from Peapod (Stop & Shop) on 4/6/10.All nutrition data comes from, uh, Nutrition Data and is approximate. BANANAS Are there better-rounded fruits? BEANS We’ve discussed beans ad nauseum here on CHG, and for good reason: there are fewer cheaper sources of protein and fiber found on Earth. CARROTS Bugs Bunny was on to something. PEAS Yes, peas.
Homemade Junk Food | Spark Homemade Twix bars. Two for you, enough for everyone else. 19 Reclips 14 Likes Healthier goldfish (did you know Goldfish normally contain MSG?) 27 Reclips 18 Likes Make your own thin mints any season of the year. 48 Reclips 12 Likes Samoas, another Girl Scout favorite. 24 Reclips 5 Likes Make your own "Snickles" bar. 38 Reclips 4 Likes Healthier Hostess cupcakes. 15 Reclips 2 Likes Pop tarts from your own oven. 4 Reclips 4 Likes When you make your own peanut butter cups, you can add all the peanut butter filling you want. 5 Reclips 5 Likes Homemade Almond Joy. 17 Reclips 4 Likes Smitten Kitchen fills DIY pop tarts with Nutella. 2 Reclips 6 Likes Fig Newtons all grown up. Tater tots. 9 Reclips 3 Likes Break yourself off a piece of that homemade Kit Kat bar. Your homemade Twinkies won't have a longer lifespan than you do. 14 Reclips 2 Likes Passable "Doritos" made from quinoa. 2 Reclips 1 Likes These knockoff Fritos don't have the signature curl, but still have the distinctive salty corn flavor. 1 Reclips 2 Likes
Nigel Slater's classic bubble and squeak recipe Nigel Slater's classic bubble and squeak. Photograph: Jonathan Lovekin for the Observer The name refers to the appetising sound this stir-up of cooked potatoes and greens makes as it cooks. As kitchen recycling goes, this is probably the most useful of all, neatly dispensing with those most difficult of leftovers. Most recipes suggest equal quantities of cooked potatoes to shredded cabbage, though much depends on what you have to hand. The only difficult bit about this recipe is turning the sizzling cake over in the pan in order to brown the underside. Some serve this with a fried egg on top, but my own favourite twists are to fry a little bacon in the butter before adding the vegetables or to add some chopped cooked sausages to the pan creating something more like a good old fry-up. Email Nigel at email@example.com or visit guardian.co.uk/profile/nigelslater for all his recipes in one place
Aubergine and Mushroom Moussaka recipe - C-N-Do Scotland Walking Holidays Aubergine and Mushroom Moussaka Moussaka is a Greek classic and this simple dish is best served with some simple brown rice and a Greek-style salad of cucumber, tomatoes, black olives and diced Feta cheese dressed with olive oil and fresh lemon juice. Cooking Instructions: Slice aubergine into thin slices lengthways. Brush each slice with olive oil lightly, trying not to use too much, place on an baking tray and grill, under a medium heat, turning from time to time until completely soft. Show all recipes → 25 Vegetarian recipes you can cook in under 30 minutes We are big fans of spending quality time on food and eating. Eating is one of the most important things you do all day long, so for physical, mental and spiritual health, it is vital to spend time and thought each part of the process from selecting ingredients and recipes, to preparing your food, to enjoying your meals to their fullest. But we also know that sometimes weeknights can be hectic and you want to have some recipes handy that are healthy and delicious but that come together in a hurry when needed. So here you have 25 great vegetarian meals that can be made in 30 minutes or less. © Jaymi Heimbuch1. © Jaymi Heimbuch2. © Jaymi Heimbuch3. © Jaymi Heimbuch4. © Jaymi Heimbuch5. © Jaymi Heimbuch6. © Jaymi Heimbuch7. © Jaymi Heimbuch8. © Jaymi Heimbuch9. © Jaymi Heimbuch10. © Jaymi Heimbuch11. © Jaymi Heimbuch12. © Jaymi Heimbuch13. © Jaymi Heimbuch14. © Jaymi Heimbuch15. © Jaymi Heimbuch16. © Jaymi Heimbuch17. © Jaymi Heimbuch18. © Jaymi Heimbuch19. © Jaymi Heimbuch20.