Simple. Quick. Tastes good! I cut up two carrots. Sprinkled with seasoning — I used Mrs. Dash Original Blend seasoning. I also sprinkled on a little stevia (SweetLeaf Organic Stevia Sweetener)….probably less than 1/4 of an ounce. You could roast this; this time I put it in the microwave for about three to five minutes. Done.
Bread from McKenzie’ Bakery in Kalamazoo. Pane di como. It is good.
Small batch: serves two to four depending on appetite!
Got a new pan and I just had to put it to the test — thank you Wolfgang Puck and T J Maxx!
This is what I used:
1/4 teaspoon each:
–Turmeric –Thyme –Curry Powder
–Ground Cinnamon –Ground Ginger
–Salt –Black Pepper
1/2 teaspoon each:
—Garlic Powder —Onion Powder
2 tablespoons: —Chili Powder
–1 large clove of garlic – smashed and very finely chopped
–1/2 small onion –1/2 green pepper –1/2 orange pepper
–1/2 can of pinto beans
–1/2 of a box of rustic cut tomatoes (about 14 ounces or so)
–1/2 box of low sodium vegetable broth (about 16 ounces or so)
This is what I did:
Sautéd onions and peppers in a little vegetable broth
Added beans and tomato
Sprinkled in the spices
Added in the garlic clove
Simmered for about a 1/2 hour or so
I just tasted it because it seemed like the right thing to do before posting this….it was fun to experiment with spices I don’t usually use in chili……..but you never know………. I gotta say: It is GOOD!
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First photo is:
Cucumber with Follow Your Heart Gouda cheese (non-dairy);
Next one: add a few sauteed mushrooms & some green pepper(sauteed in water with garlic-pepper seasoning);
Third photo is a version with kinda’ fake bacon;
…and then a kidney and pinto bean salad with chopped onion, celery, carrot and a Vegenaise & mustard dressing and a hard-cooked egg (so that one is not vegan — but I have made it without the egg and it is still so good).
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Saute in water until soft:
1/2 onion or so – chopped
1 large red pepper – chopped
Stir in 1 tablespoon corn starch after blending it first in a little cold water
1 clove garlic – minced
1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
2 cups vegetable broth
1/2 cup each of frozen peas and corn
salt & pepper to taste
…..and let it cook and blend on low for 30 minutes or so
…some people puree red pepper soup and add some kind of milk or cream, but I like to keep the texture of the vegetables and the broth as is.
The corn starch didn’t really thicken the way I thought it would but maybe it added something to the mix–maybe not.
You could add other spices like cumin or cayenne or curry for variety.
Cooking mushrooms with green peppers and onion along with garlic-pepper seasoning seems to be something that continues to be a part of my favorite meals.
Using water as the medium instead of oil, seems to be working well for me.
It’s fresh. It’s vegan. And I think it is even nutritious.
- Avocado, roasted red pepper, tomato, onion with a little vegenaise and mustard — simple. On a blue plate. Good.
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I was feeling a little down………. so I made soup. It seems to be a sure way to improve the mood. I recommend it.
Using a 2 quart pot, I splashed in a half cup or so of vegetable broth. Added in (rough-cut): small onion, a stalk of celery (with some celery leaves), one large carrot, 2 medium potatoes, a stalk of bok choy, and one fresh tomato (from our garden–happy day). I let each vegetable simmer while I cut up the remaining vegetables and added them in one at a time in the order given.
I sprinkled in some dried: basil, oregano, onion powder, garlic powder, parsley flakes and cayenne pepper, salt and black pepper. About a half teaspoon of each if I had to make a guess but probably more like an eighth of a teaspoon of the cayenne for my taste). Then I pressed a large clove of fresh garlic and stirred it into the mix.
I gradually added in more vegetable broth for a total of about a quart. Then I threw in a 15 ounce can of organic Cannellini beans — liquid and all.
This is really just to give an idea of how to come up with a quick and easy and delicious vegetable soup. You can add in (or leave out) anything you like (or don’t like).
Basil, Oregeno, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Cayenne Pepper, Parsley Flakes, Salt, Black Pepper
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