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Vegan Casseroles: Pasta Bakes, Gratins, Pot Pies, and More Paperback – October 7, 2014
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When it comes to taste, the author succeeds with flavorful recipes ... includes tempting photos, variations, gluten-free adaptations, ingredients information, and buying resources. VERDICT: This work will appeal to those looking to expand beyond the few token casserole recipes found in most general vegan cookbooks.”
Vegan Casseroles ably reinvents cozy, cherished classics, providing indulgent flavors without sacrificing health. DISCOVER: Healthy, compassionate comfort food without the guilt.”
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Julie and her husband, Jay, just launched a line of gluten-free vegan baking mixes called Julie's Original, and they live in Portland.
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Here are some that I tried:
Baked Tapenade – Tasty olive-based appetizer
Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Pate – This was too sweet for my tastes, although the flavor was good otherwise.
Five-Layer Hummus Dip – This was a delicious dip, perfect for the times you want hummus but may also want to impress.
Welsh Rarebit Casserole – Homey and comforting, this was also super-easy.
Aloo Gobi – This author describes this classic cauliflower-potato dish as “pure deliciousness” and I have to agree.
Skillet Chilaquiles – One of my favorites from the book – the enchilada sauce really puts this over the top.
Pale Ale Stew – Simple, but delicious.
Jambalaya – I love jambalaya and this is a great version. One pot, easy and relatively quick.
Rustic White Beans with Sage and Garlic – Classic flavors come together beautifully in this simple presentation. Very tasty.
Nacho Tots Casserole – I never would have thought to combine Tater Tots with nacho sauce, but it’s sooo good.
Mujadara – This lentil and rice dish is the perfect weekend dinner. It takes a while to cook, but most of it is just waiting for it to finish – no work.
Zucchini Basil Lasagna – One of the easiest lasagnas I have ever made. Also, fairly light in calories (for those counting). I love the flavor.
Buttery Crumb Topping – This is used in some of the casseroles in the book – nutritional yeast gives it a delicious flavor.
Smoky Soy Curls – Tasty protein booster for some of the casseroles. I wasn’t able to find soy curls at stores in my area, but they were easy to order online (on this very website!).
Savory Gravy – A component in several casseroles, this is a creamy gravy that comes together easily.
Nacho Cheesy Sauce – This is not the best cheesy sauce I have ever tried, but it’s good in the Nacho Tot Casserole.
Pub-Style Cream Sauce – Tasty beer-infused sauce.
Everyday Enchilada Sauce – One of the best sauce recipes in the cookbook – I wanted to put this on everything. Incredibly easy to make too.
Quick Tomato Basil Sauce – The sauce for the lasagna, very good.
A lot of the dishes do call for separate sauces, but most of them come together very quickly. I notice that a lot of other reviewers have called out the book for being unhealthy – there are some higher calorie comfort dishes in this book (like the Nacho Tot Casserole), but there are many other dishes that are bean-based and/or lower in calories (I know, I’m a calorie counter and I calculated the calories for everything I made from here). The book doesn’t claim to be a “healthy” cookbook, so if you are seeking something where every recipe is health-focused, you may want to keep looking. But if you’re just looking to make some delicious casseroles – some healthy enough for everyday and some more decadent – this book could be a good choice for you. I wasn’t sure how much I would use a casserole-themed cookbook, but this is one that I find myself grabbing again and again. Hasson has a great knack for flavors and I especially love the sauces in this book.
This book is worth the price for the Truffled Mac and Cheese recipe alone!