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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
PostPosted: Sat Jun 08, 2013 1:51 pm 
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As a kid you ever have those tiny ritz cracker sandwiches with the cheese inside? Yeah, the cheese inside. (I know, it's the worst. This is purely a case of wanting what I can't have.)

Salad that doesn't involve lettuce, kale, spinach, or any other kind of greens. (But isn't, like, potato or chickpea salad.)

no mayonnaise or silken tofu chickpea salad. either for sandwiches or eating from a bowl.

I was excited to see the palm oil-free frosting on the blog, though I've yet to get the chance to try it. I wouldn't complain if there was more of that.


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
PostPosted: Sat Jun 08, 2013 4:09 pm 
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I'd like to chime in on the requests for lower carb higher protein meals as someone I love has to watch their carb intake.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Whole Foods used to sell a really good curry tofu salad. It was big chunks of tofu with a yellowy curry dressing and some raisins and maybe carrots and green onions? I could probably cobble something together, but I'd prefer an endorsed Isa recipe.

Anyone familiar with Alton Brown's "The Pouch Principle" good eats episode? I'd like some vegan options for something like that.. I've tried a couple times, the first time following very closely a recipe from Non*fish*a*licious, and they've been OK but not great. It seems like it should be possible for a parchment-contained self-steaming meal to be quick, healhful, and amazing, but I haven't hit upon it yet.


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
PostPosted: Sat Jun 08, 2013 5:33 pm 
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Whole Foods used to sell a really good curry tofu salad. It was big chunks of tofu with a yellowy curry dressing and some raisins and maybe carrots and green onions? I could probably cobble something together, but I'd prefer an endorsed Isa recipe.


I second this! That salad was amazing. We even bought a bunch to serve at our wedding! Around five years ago they made it with some kind of chick'n, like a foodservice versions Yves or Gardein. I loved that even more than the tofu version.


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Ooh! Roti canai with dhal dip. Only once have I found it vegan. Usually either the roti has butter or eggs or the dhal has chicken.


THIS! Roti Canai is great. Red Bamboo has it as an appetizer, which is perfect, albeit a little too heavy on the potatoes for me.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
PostPosted: Sat Jun 08, 2013 9:02 pm 
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Miss Jayme Kat wrote:
Warm chicken curry dip! I had it at a party once, and it was amazing. It was creamy, so I think the base was sour cream and possibly mayo. Then it had so much curry in it that the whole thing was yellow. The chicken was soft and shreddy, rather than chunky, so I'm thinking maybe jackfruit or something instead of chick peas? But I don't know. I tried to get the omni recipe, but the cook was resistant to my jedi mind juju. The force is strong with her.

Seems like the internet says that recipe is from Pampered Chef. This is a good blog post about it.
http://www.chatterpiekitchen.com/2012/1 ... n-dip.html

You could veganize this easily if you have access certain vegan products. Beyond Meat chicken strips, Toffuti Cream Cheese, and Daiya Mozzarella is what I would use.

Thanks so much!


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Ooh! Roti canai with dhal dip. Only once have I found it vegan. Usually either the roti has butter or eggs or the dhal has chicken.


Yes this. When I went to Malaysia I was vegetarian and I lived off this stuff.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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allularpunk wrote:
Seconded on the casseroles! I need more casseroles in my life.


YES! I love casseroles so much...especially creamy ones that seem like they are all sorts of bad for you. Ever since one of the bloggers from The Kitchn came out with a casserole book I've been hoping a vegan would follow suit.


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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tofucheez wrote:
Hey, for a cronut, couldn't you just cut circles of Pillsbury crescent roll dough (accidentally vegan) and fry them up?


There's a recent post on Serious Eats about doing this with Pillsbury crescent roll dough, so...yes.


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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allularpunk wrote:
Seconded on the casseroles! I need more casseroles in my life.


YES! I love casseroles so much...especially creamy ones that seem like they are all sorts of bad for you. Ever since one of the bloggers from The Kitchn came out with a casserole book I've been hoping a vegan would follow suit.

Isn't Julie Hasson writing a vegan casserole book?

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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chocolate icebox cake

the recipe i grew up with was pretty much this one (minus the grated chocolate or heath bits): http://www.deepsouthdish.com/2011/03/ch ... pe-my.html


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Thai "fish" cakes with dipping sauce!

Oh, yes! I used to love those.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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poopiebitch wrote:
pickledtreats wrote:
allularpunk wrote:
Seconded on the casseroles! I need more casseroles in my life.


YES! I love casseroles so much...especially creamy ones that seem like they are all sorts of bad for you. Ever since one of the bloggers from The Kitchn came out with a casserole book I've been hoping a vegan would follow suit.

Isn't Julie Hasson writing a vegan casserole book?

Yes, she is.

I really want the vegan version of the tuna noodle casserole my mom made when I was a kid. Hers had wide egg noodles, a creamy sauce, peas, obviously the tuna, and topped with crushed potato chips. I remember it being peppery too but I'm not sure what else was in the sauce.


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
PostPosted: Sun Jun 09, 2013 5:17 pm 
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I would love to see some pressure cooker recipes

And as someone mentioned above, whole foods does make a great tofu curry salad. I would loooove to have a recipe for that

Recipes for jackfruit that are not tacos or BBQ sandwiches

A blog post on interesting toppings for baked potatoes would be coolio.

More soy curl recipes!!


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Oh! Please please please do a Cuban ropa vieja recipe using jackfruit!


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Rhizopus Oligosporus wrote:
I'd like to chime in on the requests for lower carb higher protein meals as someone I love has to watch their carb intake.


Yes, please! It seems like all I ever want to eat is pasta or rice, and my saggy butt keeps getting bigger.


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 8:08 pm 
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snickers!

(also - more pizza combos, and calzone ideas) :)

(basically, how to do a calzone. you think it would be easy - but i suck at them, and fillings would be great.)

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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So...low carb Snickers. On it.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Mushroom casserole


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Chess pie! It has a ton of eggs and I'd love to find a way to recreate this dessert!


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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A good cottage cheese recipe. None of this nonsense with garlic or onion powder in it!


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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A good cottage cheese recipe. None of this nonsense with garlic or onion powder in it!

Yes! I want this to put on top of delicious thick slices of garden fresh tomatoes!


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okonomiyaki! (non-vegan link)


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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ditto on the soy curls! I'm always afraid to waste my precious stash experimenting, but there aren't that many recipes out there.


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