1273 recipes for "vegetable"
Chicken Samosa Pie

Chicken Samosa Pie

Apr 4, 2009

Thighs work well in this new main-course take on a popular appetizer because they stay moist during cooking. Serve with Coriander Chutney (see below).

Mushroom Maki Rolls

Mushroom Maki Rolls

Jan 18, 2008

Serve these vegetarian rolls with pickled ginger and sushi soy sauce, which is milder and sweeter than regular soy sauce. In a pinch, use sodium-reduced soy sauce.

GROUND BEEF PIDE

Ground Beef Pide

A delicious alternative to traditional pizza, pide is a Turkish flatbread shaped as a boat and baked in a brick or stone oven. Here we serve up a ground beef pide, but the options are limitless!

Toppings vary widely but most often include ground meat with onion, tomato, parsley and spices, as well as cheese, eggs, mushrooms, peppers, spinach and sausage.

Korean-Style Rice Bowl

Korean-Style Rice Bowl

Bring some Korean flair to the table with this flavourful dinner that’s packed with good-for-your veggies and tender ground beef.

Vietnamese Sandwich (Beef Bánh Mì)

Vietnamese Sandwich (Beef Bánh Mì)

Feb 15, 2011

Bánh mì are crusty French-style buns stuffed with a classic explosion of Vietnamese flavours and textures – sweet and sour, crunchy and soft. To liven things up a bit, we've switched the traditional grilled pork filling for lean flank steak. Plus we use liverwurst as a readily available substitute for the Vietnamese pâté that is spread on the bottom of each bun. For adults, or the adventurous little foodie in your house, add hot chili peppers for an extra kick.

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Banana Pancakes

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Banana Pancakes

Aug 2, 2016 Breakfast

These flourless pancakes taste a bit like the centre of a piece of French toast. Fry up a batch (or two!) on the weekend and keep the wrapped pancakes in your fridge or freezer for an easy microwaveable breakfast you'll actually want to eat.

Crispy Japanese-Style Pork With Sesame Slaw

Crispy Japanese-Style Pork With Sesame Slaw

This shortcut version of tonkatsu, a crispy pork cutlet that's a favourite in Japan, doesn't require any deep-frying but tastes just as delicious as the traditionally prepared dish. Toasting the panko before breading the pork results in an even golden crust. Serve with a dab of spicy mustard.

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