Recipes

from Open House February 7, 2016

D Dried Fruit Balls
E After-Dinner Mints
1 Cheese All-Star American
2 Cookies, oat & fruit - No dairy, No oil, No sugar, No spices, No Salt
3 Whole Wheat Bread (Machine) - Ontario
4 Whole Wheat Bread (Machine) - Pacific Coast
5 Bean patties
6 Applewich
7 Brownies
8 Vegan Nog
9 Whole grain Cereal
10 Millet/Whole Wheat Bread (Machine) Vancouver Island
11 Burger Delight
12 Smoothie
13 Vegan Breakfast Sausage
   
   

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    Vegetarian Recipes


These recipes are here because people have asked for copies of them.

No dairy, No oil, No sugar, No spices, No Salt. This is the basic goal of gathering these recipes, and each one meets some of that standard.

We are fortunate that Phyllis Vallieres, a cancer nurse from Ontario, Canada, has great knowledge of nutrition and has graciously shared recipes from her cooking schools and nutrition lectures. Many of these are from her collection.

Credit for these recipes is given as known. Where we may not have specific permission, if that author requests it, we will remove it. Enjoy!


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1. - All-Star American Cheese

Lightly oil the cooking dish. The recipe says to pour it into a small-coated bread pan and bake at 350 F for 30 minutes, or until firm-looking in the center. We use the 24-well small muffin tins (5-7 minutes), less than 1/2 filled; easy to serve as hors d'oeuvres.

Makes 2 1/2 Cups - from the book: The Guilt-Free Gourmet by Griffin (1-888-221-8892)
- Put all ingredients into the blender and blend until creamy. (you may like some tiny chunks of red pepper to show)

1/2 C pimento (or fresh red sweet pepper)
1/2 C unbleached white flour
1/2 C nutritional yeast flakes (at Bulk Barn as "Yeast", yellow flakes)
1 Tbs. sesame tahini (or 6 Tbsp sesame seeds)
2 Tbs. lemon juice
1 1/2 tsp. salt
1 C water

- It will settle and firm as it cools. Refrigerate. When cold, run knife around outer edges of pan and turn cheese out onto a serving plate. Slice before serving. You may make it with 1/2 C sliced olives for a special treat.

- Note: This can be frozen and then grated at the table over spaghetti or salad. END top

2. - PHYLLIS' COOKIES
No dairy, No oil, No sugar, No spices, No Salt


Add all ingredients into a large bowl together. Choose whether to put the oats & flour in first or last.

1 C rolled oats
1 C whole wheat flour
1 pinch salt (optional)
1 C chopped dates
1 C Carob chips ( or choose how much to put in)
C raisins
C coconut or nuts (optional)
1 C water - or as needed so it makes a dough to stick together.

Mix well together. Drop on cookie sheets. Bake 350 F for 15-20 minutes.

I CHOOSE TO: Lightly oil the 24 little cupcake pan. Fill them 1/2 full and bake at 300 F for 12-15 minutes, depending on your oven. Use 3 cups of whatever fruit I have on hand; and carob or chocolate chips in whatever proportion I want. END top

3. - Phyllis' 100% Whole Wheat Bread (For bread machine)

Use accurate measurements for best results. Add ingredients in this order:

250 ml. Warm water (If the weather is humid you may need less water.)
2 Tbs. Olive oil
3-6 Tbs. Sweetener (2 Tbs. honey, maple syrup, or molasses, OR 4 Tbs. date puree (cook 1 C. dates with C water and mash. It can be kept refrigerated for a while)
2 C Whole wheat flour (In Canada all flour is hard wheat but in USA buy bread flour. Stir flour with a fork and spoon into cup. Use knife to cut top, do not press down.)
"Spread flour to cover all water" - flick it over to the sides and corners evenly. " Carefully sprinkle into the SIDES of the pan: 1 (scant) tsp. Salt
3 Tbs. Gluten flour
5 Tbs. Soy flour
"Make a well in the center" and put in 1 tsp. Quick Bread-machine Yeast OR 2 tsp. Regular Bread Yeast."
Use settings: Medium crust, Size 1 lb. loaf and Set for whole wheat."

When it beeps after 1/2 hr. or so, touch the dough: If it feels too sticky it needs a little flour. If too dry add one teaspoon water at a time. If it makes a knocking sound the dough is too dry. Add 2 Tbs. water. Note also that if the loaf falls in the center it means you've added too much water or too much yeast. END top

4. - Joy's Whole Wheat Bread (Machine) - Pacific Coast

Add ingredients in this order in the machine bread bin:

1 Tbs. lemon zested (optional)
1 Tbs. oil
1 1/2 C water (very warm)
3 T
molasses - OR: honey, or dates puree
1 tsp. salt - prefer: Real Sea Salt
3 1/2 C whole wheat machine flour
1/4 C soy flour
1/4 C gluten flour
Spread flour to cover the liquid. Make a centre well and add
1 3/4 tsp. Bread Machine yeast

When it beeps after 1/2 hr. or so, touch the dough: If it feels too sticky it needs a little flour. Add one teaspoon at a time. If it makes a knocking sound the dough is too dry. Add 2 Tbs. water. Note also that if the loaf falls in the center it means you've added too much water or too much yeast.

NOTE: On Youtube I learned about this: After the last kneading is done, the dough can be carefully taken out and the paddles removed, and the dough smoothly put back. On my machine that is about 1-1/2 hrs before finished. END top

5. - Bean Patties

Lightly oil the cooking trays. They can be cooked at 355 degrees as bun-size patties (10 minutes each side). We use the 24-well small muffin tins (15-20 minutes); easy to serve as hors d'oeuvres.

Add all ingredients together in large bowl. With the beans, season them as you wish. This is one way to season them:

15 C beans - of your choice.
2 Tbs. lemon zested (optional)
1 1/2 C celery ground
1/2 Tbs. Itallian seasoning
2 Tbs. poultry dressing
1 Tbs. pumpkin pie spice
1/2 tsp. Sambal Oelek (hot - optional!)
2 C large flake oats to bind it together.

Let it sit for about 10 minutes to meld together. It is about the consistancy of hamburger. Spoon out and bake. END top

From the Wal Mart summer magazine, we found this great idea:

6. - Applewich

Cut into quarters, these are easy to serve as hors d'oeuvres.

Core an apple
Slice it into rounds
Spread on one round whatever filling you choose - we used the Cheese recipe above
Sandwich them together. END
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7. - Brownies

This is copied from The Best of Silver Hills, Delicious Vegetarian Cuisine, Eileen and Debbie Brewer. (near Lumby, BC)

Here are the alterations we made:
In the recipe Replaced with
1/2 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup raisins
1/2 tsp salt none
2 tsp Egg Replacer 1 Tbs Flax seed
2 Tbs water
1 1/2 cups unbleached white flour 1 1/2 cups oats ground fine
2 1/2 tsp baking powder none
1/2 cup chopped walnuts 1/2 cup ground walnuts

I CHOOSE TO: Lightly oil the 24 little cupcake pan. Fill them 1/2 full and bake at 350 F for about 12 minutes, depending on your oven. END top

8. - Vegan Nog

 

The alteration we made: No bourbon. . END top

9. - Whole Grain Cereal
1/4 C  Flax seeds ground
1/4 C Sunflower seeds
1/2 C Millet
1/2 C  Rolled or steel cut Oats
1 C   Pumpkin seeds
1 1/2 C Whole pitted dates (before chopping them)
1 Tbs Chia seeds
1 Tbs Hemp seeds
2 qts Filtered water

Combine in any order into a slow cooker for an hour or so. This makes a couple of quarts of cereal. I freeze it in serving portions.

10. - Millet/Whole Wheat Bread (Machine) works for Vancouver Island

Add ingredients in this order in the machine bread bin:

1 Tbs. lemon zested (optional)
1 Tbs. oil - I pour it through the paddle hole onto the paddle post. The loaf falls out of the pan easier.)
1 1/2 C water (very warm)
3 T honey (makes a light colored loaf), OR dates puree OR
molasses
1 tsp. salt - prefer: Real Sea Salt - use it just shy of a teaspoon full
2 C whole wheat machine flour
2 C Millet ground to flour
1/2 C gluten flour
Spread flour to cover the liquid. Make a centre well and add
2 tsp. Bread Machine yeast

When it beeps after 1/2 hr. or so, touch the dough: If it feels too sticky it needs a little flour. If too dry add one teaspoon water at a time. If it makes a knocking sound the dough is too dry. Add 2 Tbs. water. Note also that if the loaf falls in the center it means you've added too much water or too much yeast.

NOTE: On Youtube I learned about this: After the last kneading is done, the dough can be carefully taken out and the paddles removed, and the dough smoothly put back. On my machine that is about 1-1/2 hrs before finished. END top

11. - Burger Delight


LifeStyle Matters, The Guilt-free Gourmet, Vol.1.

12. - Smoothie - from Dr. Oz show

Almond milk
Frozen mango
shredded Ginger
shredded Tumeric

More to come as we can get them in here!

 

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