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Dec 30, 2013 11:41 AM

craving (vegan) casseroles

ideas? TIA!

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  1. I made the smitten kitchen version of green bean casserole using almond breeze. It was delicious!

    Shepards pie using lentils. A friend used my recipe and topped with sweet potatoes

    1. One more that I've seen but never made- vegan chili topped with cornbread and baked.

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      1. re: cheesecake17

        YUM!!! Sounds amazing, and perfect for our snow day tomorrow. Thanks for the inspiration!

      2. Lentil and Brown Rice easy! This one has some cheese, but you could substitute soy cheese and also add some nutritional yeast for more savoriness....

        - Microwave 4-5 sun dried tomatoes in 1/2 water to reconstitute. Set aside

        -Combine in a 1 1/2 qt. casserole (with lid):
        3/4 c. lentils
        3/4 c. brown rice (any type)
        1 1/2 c. chopped onion
        1-2 cloves smashed garlic
        1 c. shredded extra sharp cheddar cheese
        1/4 t. each basil, oregano, thyme
        black pepper

        -Stir 1/4 c. of the tomato liquid into mixture. Chop up the soaked tomatoes and stir into the mixture

        - Add 21 oz. vegetable stock, (or water with 1-2 T tamari in a pinch), stir gently. Add additional salt to taste (1-2 t if using water in place of stock)

        - Cover and bake at 350°F, 1 1/2 hours

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        1. These are a few i love from hungry hungry hippie:

          I swapped in 1/2lb blended silken tofu instead of eggs in this one, came out great!

          I also swapped in silken tofu for this one, and added more kale:

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          1. re: Ttrockwood

            Thank you. I've never heard of this blog, looking forward to checking these recipes out

            1. re: noya

              She is no longer vegan but always lists ways to modify the recipes-lots of super easy delicious ideas on her site.

          2. Make Julia Child's ratatouille but add chickpeas. Wow.