Category Archive: vegetarian

Super Simple Broccoli Soup

Soup is great, even in the summer time, in my opinion.  And this soup is, as all soups are, simple to make.  It is so simple that it is super simple, and it… Continue reading

Vegetarian “Meat” Loaf

The name becomes sort of redundant when you make a vegetarian version of meatloaf… but it tastes great! I added a dab of barbecue sauce about ten minutes before the end of baking.… Continue reading

Tomato and Corn Chowder

A cold day that called for soup, and this Tomato and Corn Chowder is what I came up with. Tomato and Corn Chowder 1/2 onion, finely diced 1 knob butter 1 small potato,… Continue reading

Sweetcorn Fritters

A really quick lunch or side dish; Sweetcorn Fritters. Sweetcorn Fritters oil for cooking fritters 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon white sugar 1 egg,… Continue reading

Mini Vegetable Pot Pies

This was basically the same recipe as for the Mini Chicken Pot Pies I made before, but being that it is vegetarian I wanted to post it as well.  These were slightly overdone… Continue reading

Mini Quiches

I love mini things and when I made the latest in my quest for the holy grail of pie crusts, Vinegar Pie Crust, I decided to use some of it to make some… Continue reading

Spicy Bean Burger

I got a comment, a while ago now, which changed my approach to my posts.  I used to write wee stories, but the comment said that no one cared about the rambling and… Continue reading

Vegetarian Kidney Bean “Sausage Links”

At times it is hard, when living in a place where hunting is a way of life, it is hard to find vegetarian foods.  TVP, tofu, tempeh and other vegetable proteins are not… Continue reading

Vegetarian TVP Burgers

I usually make my vegetarian burgers with kidney beans, and make them really spicy, but from time to time I make TVP burgers.  The spices I add depend on my mood, and you… Continue reading

Mini Salsa Bean Burgers

I made these salsa bean burgers the first time when I was cooking supper and realised that I was cooking a meat dish and had forgotten to make something for me to eat.… Continue reading