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Chickpeas in Tamarind Barbecue Sauce

A very tasty supper dish using Alison's Tamarind Barbecue Sauce.

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Thai Sauce over Steamed Veggies

Inspired by a visit to Thailand, Linda created this healthier, thicker version of Tom Kaa Soup to use as a sauce over steamed veggies. Her recipe also appears on the Plant Pure Nation website: http://www.plantpurepods.com/recipes/recipe/thai-sauce-based-on-tom-kaa-...

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Baked Ziti

This cheesy pasta dish was popular at our Spring Potluck.

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Moroccan Eggplant

Sally brought this wonderful dish to our Spring Potluck.

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Eggplant-Potato Moussaka with Pine Nut Cream

Cathy made this tasty moussaka for our Spring Potluck.

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Chickpea flour pancake with avocado and cilantro

A chickpea flour pancake that is quick and easy to make, filled with avocado and accompanied by salad is perfect for a light lunch - with the protein from the chickpeas!

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Indian Shepherd's Pie

An unusual casserole with zesty Indian spices balanced by a potato-cauliflower crust.

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Portobellos Stuffed with Chickpeas and Chard

A hearty, satisfying stuffed mushroom with special flavors.

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Curried Potatoes and Peppers

Sigrid brought this zesty curry to our Winter Potluck. She says:

I “remember” 2 slightly different dishes I tasted and liked at friend’s houses a long time ago. Not having the recipes, I experimented and have come up with this version. I give the list of ingredients in the order I prepare and use them in the recipe. You could definitely vary the relationship of peppers to potatoes, as well as the kind of potatoes or kind of peppers you want to use, including some hotter peppers.

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Pantry Pasta Salad

This is a fine dish to take to a potluck! It is simple to make and uses ingredients you're likely to have on hand. You can easily make a larger amount or substitute different beans, pasta, etc., without fear of ruining the recipe. It can be made at any season and, because it's served at room temperature, can be made ahead of time without reheating. Furthermore, it is tasty and looks nice on a table full of many different foods.

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