Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I figured this might be the most likely place
I'm 14 weeks pregnant, and just starting to get over my ms and food aversions. I'm finally able to stomach the idea of cooking some easy meals. I still have aversions to a lot of my old favorites though, and am looking for some new ideas.
What are some of your favorite vegetarian meals/ snacks to make at home? I'm vegetarian, no meat, fish or eggs, but do eat dairy products. All ideas are welcome though actually, as I am good at substituting.
Cut an onion into small size pieces, and fry very slowly in veg oil for about 15 minutes, to sweeten and soften it. Remove it from the pan. Then stir fry any veggies at all - I love bean sprouts and water chestnuts in this, but lots of others as well. Remove from the pan, and add them to the onions.
Stir fry some raw cashew nuts, and/or almonds (or any other kind of nuts come to that) Remove from the pan, and add to the other veges.
Fry some pre-cooked rice. I usually do this when we've had rice the day before, when I'll cook more than we need. Incidentally I use a bouillon base to boil rice - makes it really tasty.
Remove from the pan, and add to the other veges.
Add some soya sauce, and mix it all together. It's really yummy, cheap, and quick and easy
My DH does all of the cooking, and we're vegan. Some of my favourite meals after I got over the morning sickness included:
-tofu turmeric stirfry over brown rice
-pad thai and broccoli
-kale salad with cashews
-black bean soup with a side of edamame
-samosas or pakoras with cous cous
-quinoa breakfast with nuts and maple syrup
and one of my favourites: a peanut butter and maple tempeh "bacon" sandwich!
Panang curry with veg and lentils is really good. As are veggie quesadillas with lime cilantro rice. Oh She Glows blog is my go-to veggie/sometimes vegan resource. The Husband's Healing Stew is my favorite thing ever. She eliminates a lot of allergens in her meals, so they're well-labelled.
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