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Good Old Southern Corn Bread

3.333335
Average: 3.3 (9 votes)

If you have never had corn bread I suggest you try this recipe with an open mind. Corn bread is great for those days when you are making a soup but don’t have time to make bread that has to do the double rise thing and is absolutely delicious.

Vegetable Quiche

3.30769
Average: 3.3 (13 votes)

Quiche is something I always think of as a fancy dish. I'm not sure quite why I think of it as fancy... maybe it's the French name. Whether you think it’s fancy or not, it is a great dish to make for a lunch party, or even a dinner. And is just as good when served at room temperature as it is warm, making it the perfect “make ahead” dish.

Homemade Yoghurt

2.875
Average: 2.9 (8 votes)

Yoghurt is one of those things that is not only much cheaper to make at home, but is also quite easy to make. If you do decide to try making yoghurt at home I highly suggest that you invest in a food thermometer to make sure you get good yoghurt results every time. Also, as with most things in cooking, good quality ingredients are essential to a good product.

Granola Cookies

2.444445
Average: 2.4 (9 votes)

Oatmeal cookies are wonderful because there's less cookie and more good stuff. Oatmeal cookies have just a little bit of 'dough' to bind the oats together, so they also don't expand significantly like some cookies do. Adding a few extras like nuts is fairly common for cookies, but this recipe asks for a variety of ingredients that make the cookies into a nice little snack.

Stuffed Italian Flat Bread

3
Average: 3 (6 votes)

Focaccia has become a national dish of Italy, and many regional versions can be found. This version is probably a cross between the local country cuisine of the Puglia region, where breads are enriched with the ingredients of the pastoral people – tomatoes, herbs and oil – and those southern versions adding cheese. This recipe makes a large, thick focaccia (it can only just be called a “flat bread”) filled with a variety of tasty, herby, melty, mouth-watering ingredients. Serve focaccia hot from the oven. Makes 1 thick, 25-cm (10-inch) bread.

Ekadasi Buckwheat Muffins

3.55
Average: 3.6 (20 votes)

I was recently spring cleaning in our office (well, autumn cleaning), and in a file in an unused cabinet I found a hand written, photocopied page with a recipe on it. I don't know how successful the recipe is, or even where it came from, but wanted to put it out here in case anyone can try it and tell us if it's any good. I'd also appreciate any suggestions for improvement from the bakers and cooks out there.

Janmashtami Menu

4.2
Average: 4.2 (10 votes)

People around the world celebrate the birthday of Lord Krishna with great joy, by hearing about the pastimes of Krishna, singing songs to Him and making a big feast for Him. Just as you would cook some delicious dishes for your loved one’s birthday, it is also nice to go out of your way to cook some special dishes for Krishna on the occasion of his birth.

Basmati and Mixed Vegetable Kitchari

4.04762
Average: 4 (21 votes)

Kitchari is not only delicious but it’s also very healthy. The protein in split mung is combined with rice to make it a whole protein, which can be easily used by the body. Add the vegetables and you have a full meal in a bowl. If you are in the cooking mood, chapattis make this utter perfection.

Tender Chickpeas in Coconut-Yogurt Sauce

4
Average: 4 (1 vote)

This recipe for Kabli Ghana Usal was offered in a 1983 issue of Back to Godhead magazine, alongside an article by Vishakha Dasi about the popularity of chicken in the Western diet. She offered the chickpeas (garbanzo beans) as a great substitute in your diet, being a good source of protein and iron, as well as fiber, vitamins A and b6, riboflavin, thiamin, niacin, calcium, phosphorous, sodium, and potassium.

Seasoned Black Beans

4.375
Average: 4.4 (8 votes)

As vegetarians it is important to make sure that we have enough protein in our diets. Many plant-based proteins must be eaten with some sort of grain in order for it to become a whole protein. Luckily for us combining plant proteins with grains is easy and delicious. For example rice and dahl, peanut butter and bread, and of course beans and rice.

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