Blog Posts - @meatlessmonday



The One Where You Deliberately Burn The Food. Eggplant and Peas Char.

   This year has been a record year for eggplant at out house. This Spring we put in 4 different varieties and all of them have been putting on quite the show since Summer kicked into gear. Japanese Eggplant, Classic Globes, Thai, and India...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Aug 23, 2016

Take Advantage of A Spring Treat With This Fresh Chickpea Masala.

      I've cooked a lot of beans and lentils in my day. I've eaten even more beans, starting in childhood with one of the favorite foods of Italians, the ceci bean. I don't think my mother ever served a meal where ceci beans...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Apr 4, 2016

Toast with Fava Bean, Avocado Spread and Pea Shoots

Recipe for Toast with Fava Bean, Avocado Spread and Pea shootsRelated Posts:Toast with Green Pea Spread, Avocado and RadishesVegan White Bean SpreadReview: Yoghurt & Fava Bean SoupLentils and Mushrooms on ToastStrawberry and Vegan Cream Cheese...
by Vegalicious on Feb 29, 2016

Mixed Bean Bowl with Eggplant and Green Olives

Recipe for a Mixed Bean Bowl with Eggplant and Green Olives Related Posts:Green Bean and Walnut Salad with Soy Cheese PiecesGreen Bean and Peach Salad with Nuts and CoconutVegan Blintzes with Mixed Berry SauceReview: Potted giant beans with mixed veg...
by Vegalicious on Feb 22, 2016

Marinated Mushrooms

Recipe for Marinated MushroomsRelated Posts:Marinated KohlrabiMarinated Summer VegetablesVegan Mushrooms RockefellerPolenta with Kale and MushroomsVegan Pasta Alfredo with Roasted Cauliflower and Mushrooms...
by Vegalicious on Dec 28, 2015

Bruschetta with Pears, Pumpkin and Pomegranate

Recipe for Bruschetta with Pears, Pumpkin and PomegranateRelated Posts:Bulgur Salad with Pomegranate SeedsBulgur with Fresh Herbs, Spices and Pomegranate ArilsRoasted Brussels Sprouts and Grape BruschettaRoasted Fall Veggie Bruschetta with Kale, Sage...
by Vegalicious on Nov 23, 2015

Easy Meatless Monday Recipe - Winter Lentil Soup

Living in Portland, I don't cook as much as I used to. There's so much great, affordable vegan food here, and I have such a crummy little kitchen, I'm just not feeling the recipe-inventing love. However,  a lot of you ask me for easy vegan recipes...
by Positively Vegan on Nov 23, 2015

Zwiebelkuchen with Chestnuts and Sage Pesto

Recipe for Zwiebelkuchen with Chestnuts and Sage PestoRelated Posts:Roasted Fall Veggie Bruschetta with Kale, Sage and Chive…Turnip Green – Almond PestoVegan Kale and Walnut PestoPasta with Asparagus and Lemon Balm PestoPea and Rice Sala...
by Vegalicious on Nov 2, 2015

Review: Greek-Flavored Lentil Salad with Tofu “Feta”

Nava Atlas is a renowned vegan and vegetarian cookbook author.  This salad was delicious and we will be making it often. A hearty salad is so useful for lunch, or a hearty supper salad to accompany soup in the cold months. This salad is easy to make...
by Vegalicious on Oct 26, 2015

Broccoli and Sweet Potato Stir-Fry

Recipe for Broccoli and Sweet Potato Stir-FryRelated Posts:Sweet Potato Apple SoupRutabaga Sweet-Potato Soup with a Walnut GremolataReview: African spiced yellow split pea and sweet potato…Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Red Grapes, Dried&hell...
by Vegalicious on Oct 19, 2015

Easy Meatless Monday Recipe - Sugar Snap Pea and Carrot Soba Noodles

Living in Portland, I don't cook as much as I used to. There's so much great, affordable vegan food here, and I have such a crummy little kitchen, I'm just not feeling the recipe-inventing love. However,  a lot of you ask me for easy vegan recipes...
by Positively Vegan on Oct 19, 2015

Fast Cooking For Hot Days. Indian Spiced Eggplant With Cilantro.

      We're moving into the dog days here in Sonoma. Even though we have our burst of heat waves during the Summer months, as it gets closer to Harvest Season in the vineyards, daytime temperatures start to soar. Evenings her...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Sep 7, 2015

An Italian Classic gets a Twist. Pan Fried Baby Artichokes With Indian Spices

     This time of year, baby artichokes are all the rage. Well, I don't know exactly how much they're raging, but I seem to be seeing them everywhere. Being of Northern Italian ancestry, I grew up eating fried artichokes, and they...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Apr 26, 2015

Vegetarian French Onion Soup

Savvy Brown - One woman's journey to a cleaner, healthier life...on a budget. I was trying to figure out what to cook with some mushroom broth that I had bought and I came across this recipe for vegetarian french onion soup and adapted it a bit...
by Savvy Brown on Apr 14, 2015

Great Flavor, Extra Protein, and Vegetarian! Eggplant and Lobia Makhani for Meatless Monday.

   There are days when one is looking for an answer to the question "what to cook?" That doesn't happen all too often around our house but when it does, I go trolling to some of my favorite friends' sites to see what they've been up to look...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Mar 28, 2015

Savvy’s Sibling Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

This recipe might seem random, but my brother showed up at my mom’s house with this stuff a few weeks ago. After I got over the shock of finding out that he could a) cook and b) knew what a rhubarb was, I gave his jam a try. It’s deliciou...
by Savvy Brown on Jul 28, 2014

8 Vegetarian Dishes to Bring to a BBQ That Won’t Freak Out Your Friends

These are eight delicious and easy vegetarian (and vegan) recipes that will make any summer BBQ host happy. They are also great to bring if you are one of the few vegetarians invited, but you want to be able to comfortably share. 1. Sweet Vegan Cor...
by Savvy Brown on Jun 30, 2014

Savvy’s Blueberry Overnight Oatmeal

It took me awhile for me to get into this trend, because I was confused as to why anyone would want to eat cold oatmeal. But after some trial and error, and a comment on my Vegan Chocolate Breakfast Pudding, I am now one of the converted. This stuff...
by Savvy Brown on Jun 21, 2014

10 Minute Vegan Apple Pie (for two)

You don’t have to be vegan to enjoy this one. I found this delicious and simple dessert on the web completely by accident, and then altered it a bit. I think it’s for two people, (or two servings) because I feel that it comes out too big...
by Savvy Brown on May 19, 2014

How to Make a Perfect Paper Thin Frittata WITHOUT the Flip!

 The mark of a cook worth his salt is knowing how to properly cook an egg! A light paper-thin frittata topped simply with Spring’s young onions or traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena D.O.P., done with the right technique elevates an 'omele...
by La Tavola Marche on Mar 1, 2014


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