Edible vegetable TreeThe Great Lent has began, thus many of you are preparing more meatless meals, during this time, than any other time of the year, and searching for new recipes.

If you are not used to meatless cooking, it could be quite challenging to figure out what to cook.

I used to be in that predicament in my early cooking years, but by now I would easily become a vegetarian, if only the rest of my family developed the same taste for meatless dishes.

To simplify your search for the meatless recipes I have posted so far, please click on the provided links below, or search my “Meatless Dishes” category.

Homemade Varenyky/Pierogi – Recipe & Technique

Whole Wheat Varenyky(Pierogi) – Recipe

Potato Dumplings (Palushky)

Sweet Potato (Palushky) Gnocchi – Recipe

Steamed Fruit Dumplings – Recipe and Technique

Halushky (Ha-loosh-ky) – Vegetarian Recipe

Pasta with Portobello Mushrooms and Sauce – Quick and Inexpensive Meal

Pasta With Stir-Fry Veggies – Vegetarian Recipe

Cabbage Rolls – Vegetarian Recipe & Technique

Fruit Filled Crepes

Pan Apple Fritters (Ratsushki)- Recipe

Tuna Melts – Recipe

Broiled/Grilled Salmon – Recipe

Veggie Burger – Recipe

Tomato Soup – Recipe

Ukrainian Christmas Borscht with Vushka – Recipe

This should give you an easy access to these recipes, and a good start for meatless cooking.

If you are not following the Great Lent, but love meatless dishes, enjoy these recipes.

Please share your comments.


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2 Responses

  1. NICK

    December 4th, 2011 at 8:19 pm

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    CAN YOU BE SO KIND TO GIVE ME THE PROCEDURE/PROCESS TO MAKE BORSHT FROM CONRN MEAL OR FLOUR. WHICH YEAST IS TO BE USED AND WHAT ARE THE AMOUNTS?

  2. Suburban Grandma

    December 5th, 2011 at 5:56 pm

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    I personally do not care much for this borscht, and do not make it. However I do remember one of my aunts making it, so I found a recipe on the linked website, which sounds similar to what she was making:

    Let me know if this is what you are looking for.


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