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Thread: What did you eat for your dinner [veggie/vegan]

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    What did you eat for your dinner [veggie/vegan]

    Thought this might be a good idea when some of us don't know what to cook and are looking for inspiration! So I just thought we could post what we've eaten, rather than recipes otherwise it'll get too confusing! And if anyone wants a recipe, we can put it in the recipe forum.

    I had to do this after my dinner tonight which was:

    Cabbage leaves stuffed with curried split peas (yellow & green) served with a white wine and onion sauce, accompanied by roasted root veggies (potato, sweet potato, parsnip, celariac, swede) and steamed carrot & kale.

    Bloody yum!!!!! iggy:

    What did you have?
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    Nothing as yet...bucket loads of coffee tho'....

    maybe i'll get some inspiration here....and an apetite.....

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    I made the best Thai dish I'ver done

    Was cross between a Thai Curry and a Soup (a runny curry?!). Just chopped up loads of veggies and some greens and tofu. Used thai red paste from tesco (vegan) and some french basil, dry fried cumin, corrainder & fenegreek seed and then litterally just chucked all veggies in and fried for 5-10mins and then added paste and basil and cocunut milk.

    Totally yummy!
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    I had curry as well sweet potato, leek, spinach and corriander with curry paste and coconut milk and lots of garlic nan bread and shared with good friends, foods always better when shared I think! also I grew most of the stuff myself which I am sure makes it taste nicer
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    We had homemade veggie haggis, mashed potatos and swede, and peas and diced carrots all served with a lovely thick gravy. Yummy!

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    just a quick veggie stir fry with brown rice and soy
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    roasted veg (sweet potato, red onion, courgette etc) and cous cous and spicy potato skins (baked potato, scoop out the potato and toss in spices, then bake)

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    Tonight I had pumpkin ravioli (not homemade) with a tomato & mascarpone sauce, garlic bread & steamed kale, carrot & french beans.
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    Veggie chilli with small amount of rice and some tasty garlic bread

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    yummy I had one of those linda McCartney pies (big yummy) with new potaotos and green beans, carrotsand babycorn. Mmmmmit was soooo good and now I have pie burps!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rae
    yummy I had one of those linda McCartney pies (big yummy) with new potaotos and green beans, carrotsand babycorn. Mmmmmit was soooo good and now I have pie burps!!
    That's my perfect junk food/healthy food mix!!!!

    But without the burps

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    Roast veg, tofu and bulger wheat Yum !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth Whirler
    That's my perfect junk food/healthy food mix!!!!

    But without the burps
    Tis good food, I want pie tonight but really cant be bothered to cook, left over curry it is then!


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    I just had a stir fry with peppers, mushrooms, green beans, tomato, smoked tofu, garlic, ginger and soya sauce in it..served with noodles.. was yummy
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    Veggie Shepherds Pie with purple sprouting broc

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    pasta with onions, mushrooms, cabbage and garlic all fried and a bit of teyaki sauce added at the end. Yum
    Love is not all wine and roses, sometimes it's handcuffs and cheese.

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    A good carrot, leek and onion soup with home made bread... yum....

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    This evening I had kick-ass bubble & squeak, with roasted root veg & tofu and steamed beans, carrots, red cabbage & brussels!!!!

    All surprisingly yummy!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth Whirler
    bubble & squeak, red cabbage & brussels!!!!
    that's a lot of brassicas! *parp*
    Love is not all wine and roses, sometimes it's handcuffs and cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnieAnne
    that's a lot of brassicas! *parp*
    That's no more parping than normal!

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    I have just made my own vegetable pie! I'm v. proud. It even has a smiley face on the top, cos I'm cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by ms-violet
    I have just made my own vegetable pie! I'm v. proud. It even has a smiley face on the top, cos I'm cool
    Wicked! Did you use short-crust for the base and puff for the top? Any tips you can give me on pie's cos I tried and it was pants the one I did!

    Tonight Mathew, I had pesto pasta with fried leek, mushrooms, tofu, purple sprouting broc and carrots (cooked how Heston Blumentahl did them on his show lastnight). Yummy scrummy

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    I added a small amount soya milk and a small amount of "dairy free cheese flavoured sauce mix" to a basic tomatoey garlicy pasta sauce I made..had it with wholewheat pasta, carrots, sugar snap peas and avocadoey salad. yum yum yum yum yum

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    I'm still waiting for mine 'cos the builder won't hurry up and get out of my house!!!!

    Hungry...........uppydog:

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