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Andrew's Herb Risotto
Wonderful recipe! We just made this for dinner tonight, served alongside a hearty vegetarian meatloaf. This is a fantastic early fall recipe! For meat eaters, I could imagine this alongside halibut steak or a roasted chicken breast. I prepared this dish inside my stove top pressure cooker which shaved off some of the cooking/stirring time while preserving all the flavor! To do this, follow the recipe as written, omitting 1/2 cup liquid. Once the ingredients were combined, I sealed the pot, brought it to high pressure, lowered the heat to medium and cooked it for 5 minutes before releasing pressure and removing the lid. Really, so fast for such a great meal! Once the lid was off, I added the cheese, lemon juice, remaining zest and herbs, then seasoned to taste. Perfect risotto! I highly recommend this recipe! Great, fresh flavors balanced wonderfully! Cheers!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 28, 2014
Vegetarian Shepherd's Pie
We're not fans of eggplant so we skipped it and substituted 2C cubed zucchini and 1C frozen grilled corn instead. Just to use it up, I threw in some leftover soy beef crumbles which added some texture. We also skipped the Parmesan cheese on top. This is such a good recipe and we're making it again today, in fact!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 11, 2010
Creamy Vegan Corn Chowder
I try to follow recipes but it's so hard to do as I'm told. I added broccoli and cauliflower chopped very small at the same time as the carrots. Then I diced 2 red potatoes, cooked them separately and blended them slightly before adding them. As far as spices are concerned, I added some cayenne and bay leaves plus a dash or two of red wine vinegar for balance. The result was very very yummy and I didn't really need flour thanks to the potatoes. My b/f and I are veggie so I'll add some good bread and wine; It's dinner!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 28, 2008

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