High Protein Vegetarian Recipes: High protein vegetarian recipes that are low in fat! (high protein foods, meatless, vegetarian recipes, cast iron) (Paperback)
Discover How To Make Healthy, Amazingly Delicious and Meatless recipes Using Only Easy-To-Find Ingredients From Your Local Supermarket. Here's a glimpse of the amazing list of recipes -Curried Lentil Soup with Spicy Cauliflower -Spicy Garlic Soy Tofu -Fully Stuffed Sweet Potatoes -Zucchini Paneer -Vegetarian Shepherd's Pie -Phytosalad -Vegan Greek Salad with Mushroom Souvlaki -Black Bean Veggie Burger -Huevos Rancheros -Frittata with Asparagus, Tomato & Fontina -Vegetarian Chili -Vegan "Meatballs" with Oven Roasted Tomato Sauce -Barley and Bean Soup -Vegetarian Pad Thai -Spiced Red Lentil Vegetable Stew -Easy Ramen Bowl -Black Bean Veggie Burger -Barbecue Tempeh, Greens and Cauliflower -Stuffed Peppers -Quinoa Breakfast Bowls -Easy Poached Egg and Avocado Toast -Chickpea Tofu -Swiss Chard & Quinoa Cakes, With Garlic Yogurt -Garlic Pepper Soba with Chili-Roasted Tofu -Black Bean Tempeh Tacos -Chewy Hemp Protein Bars -Apple Cinnamon Vegan Protein Pancakes -Mexicana Sweet Potato Hash with Black Beans and Spinach -Yogurt Breakfast Bowl with Toasted Coconut, Walnuts, Blueberries and Chia -Chunky Lentil and Vegetable Soup -Quinoa Chili Here Are Some More Important Reasons Why You Might Want To Get This Book: -You'll discover how to make regular ingredients taste incredible, this is because the amazing recipes make somewhat bland ingredients exciting to eat. -This cookbook will prove useful for just about everyone, including vegetarians and meat eaters. Meat products can easily be incorporated into the recipes as substitutes for things like tofu. -Recipes are extremely healthy and low in calories, this is necessary for all people who are very strict about their diet. Perhaps some people require this information because of health conditions such as diabetes. Eggs are included in most of these recipes Why are eggs not considered as meat? "Eggs are not considered meat because they aren't animal flesh. There isn't any debate about that. An unfertilized egg is what they sell in supermarkets. There is no chance of there ever being meat in it as it was never fertilized.