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Chef Nancy Stein

 

  Below are a sampling of some of the delicous meals we enjoy every day!

 























Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Walnut

Banana Cinnamon & Cocoa

French Baguette with Fresh Fruit

Strawberry Brown Rice Syrup

Vegan 'Omlet' with fresh tomato/vegetable filling.

You'd never know it wasn't eggs!



Acorn Squash Timbalex

over Aborio Rice & Collard Greens

Fried Cauliflower

Chickpea Orzo

With Fresh Organic Green Beans & Mushrooms



Gardein Scaloppini vegan chicken with Portobella mushroom white wine sauce with braised garlic spinach and crispy udon noodle cake. Courtesy of Cef Tal Ronnen "The Conscious Cook"

Gardein Scaloppini Vegan 'Chicken'

Portobella White Wine Sauce

Braised Garlic Spinach and Udon Noodle Cake

Side of Steamed Brocolli

Barley Stew

Vegan Beefless Pot Roast

Artichoke, Roasted Red Pepper Vegetable Sauce

Avocado Salad

Cinnamon & Walnut Focaccia

Plantains with Brown Rice and Beans



Artichoke with Roasted Red Pepper Vegetables Sauce over Pasta

Tofu Asparagus Quiche



Vegetable Sandwich with

Homemade Focaccia with Spinach/Basil Pesto

Carribean Plantain Salad

Steamed Brocolli, Cauliflower & Carrots with Brown Rice and Kidney Beans

Vegan Spinach Ravioli

Tomato Sauce & Greens



Vegan Tropical Mandarin Orange Cake

Coconut Almond Icing!

Seitan Cutlets, Sweet Potatoes, Brocolli and Vegan Gravy.



Tofu Quiche!

Vegan Double-Chocolate Cake

with Vegan ButterCream Vanilla Frosting!



Egg-Free, Dairy Free, Non-GMO Cornbread!

Vegan Chili with TVP 'hamburger'~!



Seitan Smothers Steak

Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans

Vegan Birthday Cake

With 'vegan butter' Cream Frosting



Seitan Pot Pie

Slice of Seitan Pot Pie



Vegan Salsa & Bean Chili Burrito

with Vegan Sour Cream

Chocolate/Vanilla Cake with Dark Chocolate Icing



Vegetable Rosti with Corn/Tomato Relish

Indian Onion Fritters & Yogurt Mint Sauce

with Orange Slices



Cashew & Snowpea Stir Fry

Greek Salad with Pickled Beats



Black Soybean Jalapeno Loaf with Greens and Calliflower

Grape, Rosemary & Walnut Focaccia



Polenta Vegan Pizza

Polenta Vegan Pizza


 

Eggless Omlet

Black Bean Burrito with Salsa

 

 

Organic Non-GMO Tofu Scrambled Eggs

Caribbean Salsa

Mango, Pineapple, Papaya, Jalapeno pepper,red onion, Lime Juice & Fresh Parsley



Artichoke Basil Risotto

Artichoke Basil Risotto



Vegan- Non-GMO Tempeh Stir Fry


Tempeh is a fermented food made by the controlled fermentation of cooked soybeans with a Rhizopus mold (tempeh [tempeh]starter). The tempeh fermentation by the Rhizopus mold binds the soybeans into a compact white cake. Tempeh has been a favorite food and staple source of protein in Indonesia for several hundred years.


Tempeh has a firm texture and a nutty mushroom flavour. Tempeh can be used in different ways. Normally tempeh is sliced and fried until the surface is crisp and golden brown or tempeh can be used as ingredient in soups, spreads, salads and sandwiches.



Sesame-crusted Seitan on Tahini Broccoli Slaw


Seitan (say-TAHN) is made from gluten. Gluten is the name of the insoluble protein in wheat, probably most familiar as the stuff that makes bread dough elastic. Known as “Seitan” in Japan, as “kofu” in China, and as "wheat meat" and "gluten" here in the U.S., seitan is a low fat, high protein, firm-textured meat substitute.


It has been eaten in China, Japan, Korea, Russia and the Middle East for thousands of years. Gluten is often referred to in Chinese restaurants as "Buddha food", because of the claim that it was developed by pacifist, vegetarian Buddhist monks as a meat substitute. It is a food rich in tradition as well as nutrition.



Golden Spaghetti Squash

With Tomatoes, Garlic, Onions & Mushrooms

Live Sprouted Salad

Broccoli and Assorted Home Grown Sprouts



Seitan Piccata


Seitan Piccata - Recipe

This was a very good dinner....Do you know what Seitan is?  It is vital wheat gluten flour.  I have bought it in the store at whole foods but expensive and I didn't think tasted very good.  Using my 1000 Vegan Recipe book she had a recipe to make Seitan from scratch.  It is a very elastic dough when made and is marinated in a broth and seasonings. When you want to use it for a meal, you can slice it and add flavorings and bake or cook stove top and is a Vegan replacement for meat.  It is somewhat like tofu in that it will take on the flavor of sauces etc.  Easy to make.


The pictures above are Seitan Piccata (instead of chicken piccata :)) The recipe I did tasted just like chicken piccatta but without the meat. Unbelievable!  The side dish was a potatoe,spinach,artichoke casserole using nutritional yeast as cheese also without a doubt delicious.


If you think you would like the recipes let me know and I will send them to you.  Great for that meatless night you are going to have. Almost forgot the Seitan is high in protein like 85-95% protein can't remember the exact percentage. Also high in selenium and phosphorus




Black & White Bean Vegan Chili


 







Vegan Flan


Lavender Ice Cream

No dairy - made from Coconut Cream

Non Dairy, No Eggs Tofu Pound Cake

Non Dairy, No Eggs Tofu Pound Cake

Strawberry Topping



Chickpea, Green Bean Antipasto with Kalamata Olives, Artichoke Hearts, Cherry Tomatoes & Italian Parsley

Vegan Black & Adzuki Bean Salad with Sprouts and Nuts






Southern Style Black Eyed Pea Soup


Southern Style Black Eyed Pea Soup with Brown Rice and Collard Greens



Portebello, Onion & Red Pepper Pocket Sandwich

Potatoe Spinach Casserole




Broccoli Mushroom Seitan Stir Fry

Chinese Cole Slaw Accompaniment



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