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Great meatless main dishes hearty stews

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Dragging this thread over from another board. I find that a repertoire of really delicious meatless main courses is essential to running a kosher kitchen. This thread has some really useful (as in delicious, varied, practical) recipes, so I'm sharing it on this board.

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/897661

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  1. Meatless curries are a good way to use up odds and ends such as the last of the peppers, a half of a cabbage or eggplant, etc.

    1. One not mentioned - but a favorite in my house is a vegan Pozole... Here's a sample recipe: http://vegetarian.about.com/od/soupss..., but we use stock from deseeded dried chiles (ancho or guajillo) in place of water...

      1. Great timing. I've been doing this a lot lately as part of a new fitness/health regimen.

        Two weeks ago, I enjoyed a week of Tofurky Sausage Jambalaya (see http://www.tofurky.com/recipes/recipe...).

        Last week, I had slow cooker vegetable curry (http://www.joyofkosher.com/recipes/sl...). Very spicy, and I love that.

        This week, I am enjoying the best vegetarian chili recipe in the world (http://allrecipes.com/recipe/the-best...).

        1. Kabocha squash, green bean, and red bell peppers in a Thai red coconut curry sauce. Garnish w/ cilantro, and serve over rice.

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          1. re: letsindulge

            Is there a readily available kosher Thai red coconut curry paste? I know some are acceptable for vegetarians/vegans after a quick check for shrimp paste/fish sauce - but I don't know if there is a kosher one on the market. Even the Asian Gourmet spice packets (which had Fish sauce) seem to have dried up...

          2. http://ohmyveggies.com/recipe-irish-s...

            This was amazing. I'd recommend browning the tempeh first for a better texture.