Is it ok to talk about a not-100% vegan cookbook? I picked this up at a used book store the other day and while there are some recipes that use egg and dairy, I'd say over 50% are specifically marked vegan and others are very easily veganizable. Anyway, there are some really unique dishes in here that I can't wait to try out!
The only one I've made so far is the delicata boats. It's delicata squash stuffed with red rice (I used red quinoa), pistachios, dried cranberries, fennel, ginger, orange zest/juice, parsley, and a little chile pepper. WOW. These were sooooooo good! We had them with chickpea cutlets and mushroom gravy on the side. I think these might work their way into our Thanksgiving dinner if I can find delicata squashes.
I also want to make the stuffed red onions, sweet potato hummus, tofu tikka kebabs, collard dolmades, chickpea fries, and hot brussels sprouts slaw. So, anyone else tried recipes from this book?