Vegetarian Recipes for Passover = using Wild Rice
can you use eggs? If not, you could use an egg substitute for the following zucchini kugel recipe. It is so delicious!
Zucchini Kugel, Pesach I (P, KLP, TNT)
Source: Rabbi Blumenkrantz's, z'l, Pesach Guide
1 cup potato starch--I use matzah meal instead
1 tbsp. sugar
1 tsp. salt
1/3 cup oil
3 tsp. baking powder
Preheat oil (pour into roasting pan and put in oven as it preheats).
Grate squash and onions. Add remaining ingredients.
Add hot oil to batter. Bake at 350°F for 1-1/2 to 1-3/4 hours.
i really don't know what type of wild rice I have........but i did buy it in a good quality health food store............ my menu is: for the vegetarians: gefilte fish with salad.........dill pickles, horseradish; farfel kugelach/matzah.................. then am serving vegetarian 'chicken' soup with matzo balls (made with egg creations) and homemade vegan 'chicken' kreplach!
spinach kugel, farfel stuffing, honey/lemon carrot tzimmes, something made with yuba sticks....(I need an interesting recipe) any ideas..........perhaps something that has a beefy flavour (remember, vegans are eating this); (I could make a bbq recipe........but that's been made too often in our family..........) I need new ideas...........
then, we'll have a pavlova cake with strawberries........... any ideas for vegan whipped cream that holds it's substance?
See my dilemma???? PLEASE HELP ME, make this menu interesting and pleasing..........
can you please give me your favourite or most popular recipe for vegan wild rice?
and, have you ever used dried bean curd sticks? do you have a good and nyummy recipe for that too?
and one more thing? how can i make a vegan whipped cream that doesn't lose it's consistency; need it for my pavlova cake.........
re: freda kurtz
what matters is what page your guests are on.
i make a nice wild rice pilaf by browning the grain in a little oil, sauteeing in some onions and mushrooms, adding vegetable broth and cooking on top of the stove or in the oven until done ( can't remember the time for wild rice)
I would do it with matzoh farfel for seder to be safe.