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One-Dish Vegetarian Meals: 150 Easy, Wholesome, and Delicious Soups, Stews, Casseroles, Stir-Fries, Pastas, Rice Dishes, Chilis, and More Paperback – October 3, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
The author rarely uses cheese in any of the recipes. If she does, it is usually parma sprinkled on top and can easily be omitted. The pasta dishes can all be subbed for a gf pasta, such as Tinkyada. She has a ton of rice dishes and uses all fresh ingredients, which eliminates contamination of soy and gluten. Some recipes call for soy products. Those can either be easily subbed for meat (for you meat eaters out there) or ignored altogether as there are plenty of other recipes.
Some of my favorite recipes in the book are: Black Bean and Avocado Rice Salad, Waldorf Rice Salad, Bell Peppers Stuffed with Rice/Spinach/Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Rotelle with Spicy Pumpkin Sauce, and Green Beans and Rice with Sesame-Orange Sauce.
As I get older, it is SO much easier to make one dish meals; less to clean up, less prep time. Experimenting with recipes from around the world spices things up as well- literally and figuratively. I highly recommend this title.
By the way, did I mention I don't like to cook?
One annoyance: ingredients that can only be found in specialty shops or ethnic groceries appear frequently. (I cook a LOT, and I have never heard of filé powder.) Fortunately, Robinson does acknowledge them, and frequently makes suggestions for less exotic substitutions or advises when you can do without them without detrimental effects on the flavor.
Overall, a book that I'm going to be spending a great deal of time with.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gave as a gift for my 20 something vegetarian grandson. He has pictures to help him see what it looks like. He liked it very much.Published 5 months ago by Cindy
Way, way too much tofu and tempeh. I don't know how reviewers can say the book is good for people with soy intolerance. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Anne L. Watson
Pretty good collection of "go to" simple vegetarian meals. This gets used a lot in my home.Published 20 months ago by Surly Joe
I sent it to the thrift store within an hour. This book might be OK for an 18 year old new cook + new vegetarian, but for me (20 years veg), the recipes are rudimentary and... Read morePublished on July 4, 2014 by A Person from AA Michigan
I like to control (as far as possible) the ingredients I use in my vegetarian cooking. I want to know for sure what's in the foods I eat and serve to others. Read morePublished on June 26, 2014 by Hazelnut
I have made two stews from this book so far -- the Garden Vegetable Stew and the Veggie Confetti Stew. We liked both of them very well. Read morePublished on January 10, 2014 by Martha Daniels
I took this book out of the library three times before realizing that I needed to buy it. I have many Robin Robertson cookbooks and she does not disappoint.Published on December 10, 2013 by NancyB
I love this book. The recipes are simple but delicious and use everyday ingredients that I can find in my supermarket. Thanks, Robin!Published on December 2, 2013 by H. Efner
What a great collection of easy vegetarian recipes. Very simple, quick, and delicious. Will be making one of the chili recipes tonight.Published on November 4, 2013 by K. Alexandrakis