how-to-cook-everything-vegetarian-simple-meatless-recipes-for-great-food

How to Cook Everything Vegetarian: Simple Meatless Recipes for Great Food

Sample Recipes from How to Cook Everything Vegetarian: Simple Meatless Recipes for Great Food

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panfried-eggplant-or-any-other-vegetable

Panfried Eggplant (or Any Other Vegetable)

This is the model for frying vegetables so they’re crunchy and tender, like the zucchini sticks you get in chain restaurants, only ...

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kale-or-chard-pie

Kale or Chard Pie

A simple and beautiful pie with a tangy, almost biscuit-like (and no-roll!) top and bottom crust. Bake it ahead and serve it room tempera...

by Mark Bittman

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korean-style-noodles-in-cool-bean-broth

Korean-Style Noodles in Cool Bean Broth

This version of a classic Korean lunch dish is high in protein and very satisfying, but it’s also light and refreshing: the perfect...

by Mark Bittman

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rice-pilaf-nine-ways

Rice Pilaf, Nine Ways

Only a tiny bit more complicated than plain rice, but with enormous potential, as you’ll see. Note that not only may this be made i...

by Mark Bittman

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pearl-couscous-tagine

Pearl Couscous Tagine

Tagine, the name of both the cooking vessel and the national dish of Morocco, is typically a stew with vegetables and spices, served with...

by Mark Bittman

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summer-vegetable-stew-with-wheat-berries

Summer Vegetable Stew with Wheat Berries

A stew of wheat berries may bring to mind anything but summer, but a pot of bright, crisp summer vegetables combined with chewy wheat ber...

by Mark Bittman

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