Fajitas

Fajitas in our home consist of lots of sizzling vegetables rolled up in a soft flour tortilla. Instead of the traditional skirt steak, we marinate and pan-fry tofu strips, which pair excellently with the roasted vegetables. The abundance of fresh herbs and seasonings further enhance the great flavor of this fun Mexican dish.

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Macaroni and Cheese

Once at the top of the list of Julia’s fear foods, our lighter version of the classic mac & cheese helped her reclaim her love for this popular dish. Topped with parmesan and breadcrumbs, it truly is the ultimate comfort food.

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Dumplings

We had a blast making this fun Asian dish with its flavorful tofu filling. Pan-fried and served with a homemade sweet and sour dipping sauce, the outcome is so delicious that you’ll never want to order-in dumplings again!

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Greek Salad

Quality and authentic ingredients make this simple salad an excellent side or main dish. Drizzled with a Greek dressing and served alongside pita bread and dips of hummus and tzatziki is our favorite way to enjoy it.

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Potato Pancakes

Inspired by Greens Restaurant, an iconic vegetarian farm-to-table eatery in San Francisco, these potato pancakes, also known as latkes, are enjoyed by our family on Hanukkah to commemorate the miracle of the oil that kept the menorah lit for eight days in the Hanukkah story. Homemade applesauce for dipping is a must.

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Vegetarian Pot Pie

Our meatless version of the classic chicken pot pie is flavorful and packed with delicious and wholesome ingredients. You can make it your own by adding meat or tofu, more vegetables, richer dairy, and an assortment of spices.

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Pierogi

This authentic Polish dumpling has been a staple of Julia’s weekly dinner repertoire for years. While there are numerous varieties and adaptations, we stick to the classic potato, cheese, and onion filling with a creamy vegetarian gravy drizzled on top.

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Vegetarian Chili

We enjoy this hearty and versatile stew on its own, over pasta, or served alongside cornbread or another bready starch. The fillings of lentils, beans, and basic vegetables are loaded with protein and nutrients, while the plethora of spices makes for a flavorful, well-seasoned dish.

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