Tag Archives: Beans

Lentil, Greens and Brown Rice Burritos

This recipe was inspired by a burrito Ashley and I loved at a restaurant called Hugo’s in Sherman Oaks.  This dish is great when you are craving a filling burrito but want something a little healthier.  This recipe makes 4 … Continue reading

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Tsimmis Chicken

For our Christmas entree, we decided to make chicken with a Jewish twist (go figure).  This chicken is great because it is pretty easy to make and is really a one pan meal – it has protein, veggies, and carbs.  … Continue reading

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Spanish Chickpea Stew

I don’t know about you all, but I am a big fan of chickpeas, and when I saw a recipe in the Moosewood Restaurant Celebrates cookbook for Spanish chickpeas with saffron and paprika, I was sold.  This stew is adapted … Continue reading

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Pink Veggie Burgers

I always love a good veggie burger, and earlier this year The New York Times posted some top veggie burger recipes.  This one is particularly delicious – although I must warn you that they are pretty messy.  Be prepared to … Continue reading

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Black Bean, Corn and Tofu Enchiladas

Enchiladas are definitely one of my favorite foods at a Mexican restaurant.  And for so long, I just couldn’t figure out how they may the delicious sauce that turns a tortilla and filling into an enchilada.  I used the Trader … Continue reading

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Easy Herbed Quinoa

Quinoa is a delicious side or meal.  It’s high in protein, fills you up like rice or pasta, and is gluten free.  Plus, when mixed with the right ingredients, it tastes great.  While this quinoa recipe is one that requires … Continue reading

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Vegetarian “Tortilla” Soup (with butternut squash and black beans)

I have always been a fan of making soups – they are easy, and with fresh ingredients always taste good with little effort and are low in fat, high in vitamins and healthy stuff.  My favorite kinds of soups use … Continue reading

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