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    Andy,

    I was wondering if you could post how to make a 'dry mixed vegetable' and 'vegetable curry' using the MB precooked veggies. I have a lot of them ready to go and would like to try these (And perhaps any others you might suggest).

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    Will post some this week
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    I'll be waiting avidly for this - I have to cater for a proper veggie in a couple of weeks who does not eat fish or prawns. So I'm keen to do real vegetarian mains as well as the usual vegetable sides.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferret View Post
    I'll be waiting avidly for this - I have to cater for a proper veggie in a couple of weeks who does not eat fish or prawns. So I'm keen to do real vegetarian mains as well as the usual vegetable sides.
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    Hi Ferret ,

    I have modified a great recipe that might suit your needs and will pm it to you .

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    Hi, Ferret,

    Sag Paneer is good if your guest isn't vegan.

    Same with Vegetable Korma -- and you can showcase your homegrown veg.

    There are a number of savoury base mains -- Vegetable Dopiaza, Pathia, Jalfrezi, etc.

    Make a hearty dal. If you add peas, carrots, potatoes, and courgette chunks, it becomes a satisfying main course. Colourful, too.

    Do you have Quorn in France? Make a madras or vindaloo with Quorn.

    Pappadoms and Potato Samosas with chutneys are filling.

    The usual array of vegetable sides and pilaus, of course.

    If your friend's a vegan, remember to avoid butter ghee in the base or curry.

    And it pains me to say, but some beers and wines are shunned by vegetarians for animal products used in filtering and clarifying.

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    Andy,

    Thanks for posting the veggie dishes last week. Do you make a 'dry mixed vegetable' side dish at your place of work? It's one that is really spicy here and I would love to have a go at it.

    Also it is surprising that many of the recipes were identical to the chicken version substituting veggies for the meat. I guess that is down to time and keeping a similar flavour across the range produced by your outlet?

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    I thought you still did not get the recipes of "dry mixed vegetable", i am trying to found out and will post as soon as i get it. Well, you can also check [urlhttp://www.beegans.com/[/url] for delicious vegan recipes.
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