The One-Dish Vegetarian: 100 Recipes for Quick and Easy Vegetarian Meals

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Macmillan, Jan 21, 2000 - Cooking - 192 pages
In this expert and one-of-a-kind collection, veteran cookbook author Maria Robbins lifts the lid off healthy, hearty vegetarian cooking. Anyone who longs for something new on the table will find plenty to choose from, with recipes that use techniques and flavors from Creole, Chinese, Mexican, Italian, Moroccan, and other cuisines--each one a well-rounded meal in itself. A colorful cookbook that celebrates whole grains, fresh vegetables, and spices from around the world, The One-Dish Vegetarian is just right for part-time, full-time, and first-time vegetarians-and anyone else with a taste for fast, flavorful meals that come all in one dish.

Whether you're a card-carrying vegetarian or one of millions of people looking for lighter, healthier alternatives to traditional meat-as-main-course meals, The One-Dish Vegetarian will bring an irresistible feast of fresh ideas to your kitchen. Veteran cookbook author Maria Robbins presents one hundred new soups, stews, chilis, pasta and rice dishes, casseroles, sautes, curries, and salads-each in its own pot, and each a healthful, flavorful delight.

Using the freshest ingredients of each season and vibrant spices from around the world, the recipes include Fusilli with Broccoli and Peanut Sauce; Moroccan Eggplant, Tomato, and Chick-Pea Stew; Soba Noodles with Mushrooms and Peas; Sag Harbor's Vegetarian Chili; Risotto with Butternut Squash and Sage; Vegetarian Paella; Saute of Summer Vegetables with Corn; Green Chili with White Beans; and many more.

For anyone who's ever thought, "I'd love to cook vegetarian meals-but what's the entrée?" the answer comes in one delicious dish!

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Nothing I could use: I bought this book based on the good reviews, but unfortunately I did not see any recipes that I found all that appealing, and many of them called for ingredients that would be ... Read full review

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Love this book! Veggie recipes for everyone! : I love this book! I have had it for many years and I have had my meat eating friends and family ask me for some of the recipes. No weird, exotic ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Maria Robbins is the author of fourteen cookbooks, including Biscotti and Other Low-Fat Cookies, Baking for Christmas, and The Dumpling Cookbook. She lives in East Hampton, New York, with her husband, photographer Ken Robbins, and their red standard poodle, Misha.

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