Vegetarian recipes for special days and times of the year.
This recipe can also be prepared in a 9-inch deep-dish pie plate. ...read more
Classic hollandaise sauce is mostly egg yolks and butter (with a few seasonings thrown in), making it one of the worst offenders for saturated fat. Steamed silken tofu gives you the same creamy consistency and there’s no worry about the sauce curdling or turning. This version ...read more
A baking-soda solution helps the salt and pepper stick to these light, crunchy twists, plus gives them a deep-brown color when they’re baked without an egg wash. To give your twists a gourmet flair, make several batches using different salts and peppers. ...read more
Think of these as a healthy alternative to cheese curls, because the turmeric dusting on the popcorn will likely tint your fingers just like cheese curls would! To complement the turmeric’s currylike flavor (it's one of the main spices in curry powder), try substituting finely ...read more
Gomasio, a Japanese seasoning made from salt and toasted sesame seeds, tastes good on just about everything. Separating Brussels sprouts into little leaves allows you to cook them more quickly and sidestep that overcooked, cabbage-y flavor many people dislike in the veggie. ...read more
Take a cue from the French with this easy, elegant recipe for green beans garnished with meltingly tender shallots and crunchy, toasted almonds. You can blanch the beans up to a day ahead, then store them in the refrigerator until you’re ready to serve them. ...read more