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How To Cook Everything Vegetarian

how to cook everything vegetarian

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israeli couscous risotto

israeli couscous risotto

They are not lentils, nor do they play them on tv. :)

My mom made the original version of this Israeli couscous risotto, using a light vegetable stock and adding roasted squash, for dinner one night during our visit back east. I ate a ridiculous amount of it, copied down the recipe, bought two pounds of Israeli couscous at Kalustyan's and shipped it home.

Once I got home, I made my own vegetable stock. Mom sauteed the vegetables in a little olive oil before putting them in her stock, but I was keen to try roasting the vegetables instead. If you put your vegetables in a roasting pan or on a sheet pan (I used celery, carrots, potatoes, parsnips, leeks, garlic and mushrooms), toss them with olive oil and roast for 45 minutes at 450F degrees (about 210C, or Gas Mark 8), you end up with a stock that looks like beef consomme, and tastes so good you could drink it by the glass. I wish I'd thought ahead and bought some squash, too, but instead I just added leeks and mushrooms, for which I heard no complaints. :)

Unlike most risotti, this one doesn't include cheese. You could certainly try adding it, but I don't think it will necessarily make it any better.

Christmas Present Showcase: Omelette

Christmas Present Showcase: Omelette

My mother got me a new bible for Christmas, called How to Cook Everything Vegetarian by Mark Bittman! Thanks Mom!

I believe this book will be my new gold standard. The week before Christmas when it was really cold, I tried to learn how to properly make an omelette online. The result was edible, but not fantastic. After following the instructions in this book, my second omelette attempt was awesome!

Oh, if only I had more time to try all of the recipes in this book as soon as possible!

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