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

| March 24, 2012 | 3 Comments

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

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

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  1. Sarah M. Turner says:
    63 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Incredibly easy, delicious cusine, November 24, 2000
    By A Customer

    I have cooked just about every recipe in this book at least twice and it was all very easy and absolutely delicious. My friends ask for several of the dishes over and over, including the Lentil Soup with Spicy Greens (the best lentil soup I have ever had), and the Penne with Broccoli, Red Pepper and Garlic.

    This book alone has given me the reputation of being an excellent cook, but I’ll never tell it was the book and not me! I highly recommend this one to anyone who wants to eat very, very well and boost their reputation as a cook. I would buy copies for everyone I know except I don’t want to share my culinary secrets….Thank you Maria Robbins.

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  2. Stacey says:
    43 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Book, June 14, 2006
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    Sarah M. Turner (Kirkland, WA United States) –
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    This book is filled with wonderful recipes. My family asks for me to make them again and again, and when I have guests over I always rely on this book to make something wonderful for them. I have gotten many compliments, and many satisfying meals from this book and I would heartily recommend it to anyone. I especially like that she does not use “replacement” foods. Even though I am a strict vegetarian, I do not care for tofu, seitan, soy cheese, or veggie meats, which seem to pepper so many of the recipes in other vegetarian cookbooks. This is just good plain food!!

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  3. Anonymous says:
    29 of 32 people found the following review helpful
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    good meals, not strictly vegetarian, August 18, 2006
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    Stacey (Oakland, CA) –

    I really like the recipes in this book, because vegetarian meals don’t need to be entree-side dish in format. You can use good fresh ingredients to make great meals, and this is an excellent resource. But I want to warn those who may be new to vegetarianism that the recipes are not stricly vegetarian. At least one uses fish sauce, and another uses worcestershire sauce, neither of which is vegetarian (worcestershire sauce has anchovies, which are fish). If you’re a pesco-vegetarian (can eat seafood), or if you just want meatless meals, you’re fine; if you are actually vegetarian, watch the ingredients carefully and make substitutions as appropriate. The author herself is not vegetarian and probably does not realize that these ingredients make a meal non-vegetarian for most of us.

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