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Here are the top ten articles for the Vegetarian Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Coconut Chapati Recipe
Coconut chapati is always a welcome guest in my house. It's rich and buttery with a little West Indian flair. I came up with this simple recipe after my wife taught me how they do chapati in her part of the world. Keep it real and push the cultural envelope with this layered flat bread recipe.
2. Easy Pickled Cabbage Recipe
Pickled cabbage is an awesome side dish, great for spicy and savory dishes and a tasty component to add to pretty much any meaty sandwich. Here’s my easy to make, healthy recipe that’ll deliver massive flavor and bring more life to your meals.
3. How To Infuse Coconut Oil
Not long ago coconut oil was used in everyday cooking. It's a very healthy oil and considered to be a 'low calorie' fat. Saturated-yes, dangerous-absolutely not! in this article you will learn how to incorporated coconut oil into your cooking in a very flavorful way.
4. Quinoa Recipe : How To Make it Taste Good
Quinoa is an amazing “grain” with so much value and potential, but what is it really? And more importantly… What do you do with it? This simple how to approach will cover one of the many techniques you can use to transform this nutritional grainy mystery into your next best favorite meal.
5. Tailgate Party Recipes - 7 Layer Dip - Vegetarian
Tailgate parties are always one of the best ways to get down to good cooking. It's perfect for snack food, stews, chowders, barbeque, finger foods like buffalo wings, pepper poppers, hush puppies and the like. I'm going to show you how I make my 7 layer dip. It's sure to knock your socks off!
6. Alcohol Is Not Necessarily Vegetarian / Vegan
When deciding to become a vegetarian/vegan, one of the most surprising discoveries for me was that alcohol is not generally vegetarian.
7. Black Eyed Peas Fritter Recipe
Black eyed peas are versatile, flavorful and global. They're used in everything from soups, stews and salads to fritters. Akkras is the name of a Nigerian black eyed pea fritter, one that we’re fond of in my household; and it’s the recipe I’m going to walk you through today.
8. Potato And Spinach Soup Recipe
Potato and spinach soup is one of my staples. It is quick, easy and very filling, not to mention convenient.
9. Cornmeal Pap Recipe
Cornmeal pap is one of my all time favorite breakfast meals. It's rich & creamy, healthy and filling. My grandma made it for me first and I've been hooked ever since. Although I make mine slightly different than hers, the spirit of it remains in tact. Here's how I do it.
10. Forbidden Rice Recipe
The atmosphere in our house pleasantly shifted with the aromatic perfume of mellow smokiness and savory flavor. It was after I started cooking the forbidden rice. Our palates were whetted and our interests piqued waiting for our bowl of this new rice to be plated.
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