CATEGORY: Spinach
Mushroom-and-Spinach Cups and Greek Yellow Split Pea Puree

Mushroom-and-Spinach Cups and Greek Yellow Split Pea Purée

Basic quantities of happiness: Jumbo muffin cups. Flour tortillas. Veggies and cheese. Luxuriously pureed lentils.
Mediterranean Crustless Chickpea Flour Quiche and Whole Grain Bulgur Salad with Mango and Walnut

Mediterranean Crustless Chickpea Flour Quiche and Whole Grain Bulgur Salad with Mango and Walnut

Here's a vegan showcase that we all enjoyed, without a problem. No trickery was necessary.
Spinach Pizza Rolls

Spinach Pizza Rolls

Here's a guaranteed treat: fun to make and fun to eat.
Vegetarian Guinness Stew and The Best Baked Spinach

Vegetarian Guinness Stew and The Best Baked Spinach

The "Vegetarian Guinness Stew," from thekitchn.com, is noticeably meatless, yet I was enticed by all the chunky vegetables: plenty of onions, mushrooms, potatoes, carrots.
Russian Green Bean and Potato Soup and Parmesan Spinach Balls

Russian Green Bean and Potato Soup and Parmesan Spinach Balls

A thick potato soup: a recognizable, comforting image of hearty creaminess.
Azuki Beans and Winter Squash and Spinach Toasts

Azuki Beans and Winter Squash and Spinach Toasts

When I saw the recipe for “Azuki Beans and Winter Squash,” from the October 2007 issue of Vegetarian Times, I decided I was ready to soak some beans! It’s no big deal, really -- just soak them overnight. That requires no energy at all. This bean is described by Epicurious.com as, “A small, dried, russet-colored...

Tempeh Bourgignon and Creamy Spinach Potage

To name a recipe “Tempeh Bourgignon,” is to encourage thoughts of the rich flavors of Burgundy. This recipe, from the November 2006 issue of Vegetarian Times, unapologetically uses tempeh as the protein stand-in. I marinated my tempeh and vegetables in a 2007 California Pinot Noir for one hour. It’s always lovely to use herbes de...
Tarragon-Turkey Soup and Couscous Spinach Salad

Tarragon-Turkey Soup and Couscous Spinach Salad

I made a very thick, very hearty meal out of the “Tarragon-Turkey Soup,” from Allrecipes.com. I customized this for 6 servings, and enjoyed a soup with many potatoes and bright carrots. Ground turkey is such a pleasure to use. The perfume of the dried tarragon while this cooks is definitely comforting. Is this a good...