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Wheatless Wednesday – Potato Crusted Spinach Herb Torta - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
Elegant and delicious, perfect for Mother’s Day, this beautiful torta is made with creamy ricotta, feta, spinach and fresh herbs in a pretty crust that looks like a flowery pie crust but tastes like french fries. Not kidding!   I warned that this week was all about Mother’s Day!  Not that…
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…

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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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