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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 3:47 am 
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Does anybody have any tasty Italian recipes?
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Veganmadre has a really great lasagna recipe and pizza dough with white pizza sauce recipes posted and CG has a great creamy sauce recipe for pasta posted. :tongue8:

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Slice some tomatoes, put them on a plate, sprinkle some peper and provincial herbs over the tomatoes, and sprinkle some olive oil over the tomatoes. And voila, tomatolia tastia goodia. :occasion9:


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Thanks lads! :smurf:

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I use the cheeze sauce recipe below to mix with mashed tofu for a great shell/lasagna stuffing. You can add chopped spinach & other veggies to make it even more filling.

I use 1/2 the cheeze sauce recipe for one block of tofu.

Cheeze Sauce

7 oz. jar roasted red pepper, drained
1 1/2 cups raw cashews
3/4 cup water
2/3 cup nutritional yeast flakes (or savory yeast)
1/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup lemon juice
1 1/2 tablespoons soy sauce or Braggs amino's
1 1/2 tablespoons tahini

Put all ingredients in a blender & blend till smooth.

This makes more than I usually need at one time, so I freeze half of it & it defrosts just fine. A friend on another forum made it with no water & used it as a spread to make grilled cheese sandwiches.


There is a recipe book called 150 Vegan Favorites by Jay Solomon. In it he has a terrific red garlic sauce recipe. If you're interested, I'll post it. It is very easy & makes enough for shells or lasagna or pizza!

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Oh, could I get that garlic sauce recipe from you? :cat:

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I don't know the exact measurements:
grape tomatoes
olive oil
garlic
pasta
salt/pepper

1. cut and squeeze tomatoes.
2. eat tomatoes
3. buy more tomatoes and repeat (but don't eat them this time!!!)
4. toss with olive oil and salt/pepper

Ok, this is where I have NO idea how to make this. My uncle (this is his recipe) usually cooks up the garlic with the tomatoes (in the oven), so I guessing that whatever you cook garlic at you can cook the tomatoes.

5. cook until garlic is ready
6. toss with pasta

mmmmm..... my favorite dish!!!

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dietcoke wrote:
I don't know the exact measurements:
grape tomatoes
olive oil
garlic
pasta
salt/pepper

1. cut and squeeze tomatoes.
2. eat tomatoes
3. buy more tomatoes and repeat (but don't eat them this time!!!)
4. toss with olive oil and salt/pepper

Ok, this is where I have NO idea how to make this. My uncle (this is his recipe) usually cooks up the garlic with the tomatoes (in the oven), so I guessing that whatever you cook garlic at you can cook the tomatoes.

5. cook until garlic is ready
6. toss with pasta

mmmmm..... my favorite dish!!!


I just did the above recipe tonight, but also added slightly steamed squash (your choice of yellow or zucchini) and fresh parsley. I tossed with an olive oil vinaigrette (with basil). I didn't have grape tomatoes on hand so I chopped an organic tomato and used lots of garlic. Mmmmm, very yummy. (pasta was also high fiber whole wheat spirals). I served it with sliced peaches today (because I was short a serving to complete my day) but I imagine a baby spinach side salad would go well with it.

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Garlicky Red Sauce
– from Jay Solomon’s 150 Favorite Vegan Recipes

2 T olive oil
4 cloves garlic, minced
4 cups water
2 six oz. cans tomato paste
2 teaspoon dried parsley
1 teaspoon basil
1 teaspoon sugar
½ teaspoon salt

Heat oil, add garlic & cook till it glistens. Add water, tom paste, parsley, basil, sugar & salt. Stir till thick sauce is formed. Bring to simmer over med-high heat, stirring frequently. Reduce heat to low & cook 15-20 mins.

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michaelhobson made me the most delicious vegan manicotti last night - he's going to have a busy weekend full of little girls but i'll try to get the recipe to post it. it was really incredible. really!!! :smt023

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Yes, please post a recipe fpr vegan manicotti. Mine sucked the second time I made it so I didnt post it.

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE vegan manicotti.

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