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Wheatless Wednesday – Tofu ‘Steaks’ with Chimichurri Sauce - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
Is there a place where meat lovers and vegans can co-exist in happiness?  I think I’ve found the holy grail!  Here is a  ‘steak’ a meat lover will find tasty and satisfying while a vegetarian will be in raptures…  Each tofu steak is a hefty seven ounces and my meat loving…
Wheatless Wednesday – Easy Roasted Sole with Lemon & Capers - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
Easy and delicious! Forget fussing over fancy sauces or breading and frying.  This is a winner in every way! Delicate fillets of sole roasted in a sauce of lemon, capers, parsley, green onions and butter (of course). Best of all, it is ready in less than half hour and  it’s  such…
Meatless Monday – Kale Pesto Pasta - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
Kale Pesto? Sounds too healthy doesn’t it? Wait, don’t run away screaming. I know the Kale ‘fad’ has been around for a while but bear with me.   Pesto made with a dark leafy green like kale is surprisingly delicious and so easy.  This is a NO COOK sauce that can be thrown…
Meatless Monday – Creamy Cauliflower Leek Soup - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
Craving a bowl of luscious, creamy rib sticking soup but don’t want the extra calories or carbs?  Well this is it! This yummy creation tastes like a delicious, creamy potato soup but without potatoes or cream. Cauliflower has worked so well as a healthy stand in for so many carbs like rice, potatoes and other grains that I thought to give my…
Meatless Monday – Squash, Wild Rice and Kale Salad - I love this combination of kabocha squash brushed with maple syrup and roasted to sweet tenderness, on a bed of fresh baby kale, hearty wild rice, creamy avocado, pomegranate seeds and salty crushed pistachios, all drizzled with a light orange, ginger vinaigrette.  Its a hearty main course salad when paired with crusty sourdough bread or […]
Vegetarian “Beef” Enchiladas - Okay, these are seriously good!  I was experimenting with a couple of vegetarian enchilada recipes last week as potential Superbowl options and we liked both.  I posted the Vegetable Enchiladas recipe for Meatless Monday and here is the second recipe, as promised. These enchiladas are based on a typical enchilada recipe using ground beef but using vegan […]
Meatless Monday – Vegetable Enchiladas - Do you have football mania in your house?  My team wasn’t even close.  As a consolation, even if your team didn’t make the playoffs, the Superbowl is still a fun excuse to get friends together, even if just for the commercials and maybe Justin Timberlake…and, of course, the food.  Like so many of you, I […]
Mason Jar Veggie Pot Pies (Vegan) - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
? Pot pies are the ultimate in cold weather comfort foods and these mini pies baked into mason jars are adorably delicious and a festive, fun dinner or party idea.  They also made the house smell heavenly and feel warm and cozy on a dreary, rainy day.  These mini pies are filled with a…
Meatless Monday – Spaghetti Carbonara with Shiitake ‘Bacon’ - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
BACON…OMG! I think I’ve found the Holy Grail! As you might have gleaned from past blog posts, I love loved bacon.  I don’t eat it anymore but that doesn’t mean I’m going down without a fight.  I have taken on the challenge of finding that perfect bacon substitute that satisfies our taste…
Latkes, Applesauce and Jelly Doughnuts… - Hanukkah begins tomorrow night. Who wouldn’t love a celebration that lasts eight days and involves lighting pretty candles, exchanging gifts, playing games that involve chocolate coins and eating foods that have been fried in oil?  Hanukkah features foods fried in oil in remembrance of the oil that miraculously burned for 8 days back in the day. The two most popular […]

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    • Thank you for your post. I just made it again tonight because my guys ate so much there was enough leftover. Anyway, I noticed that I left that off and updated the directions. I’m definitely a home cook and not a professional. Add the soy sauce when you add the broth.

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