Anonymous asked in Food & DrinkVegetarian & Vegan · 1 decade ago

What should I bring to the vegetarian potluck tomorrow night?

I am very good at making curries and gumbos and pastas. Stuff with a lot of sloppy sauce over rice or noodles, I guess. Like goulashes.

But maybe I should just make some kind of dip or dessert? Last time nobody brought dessert.

IDK. I want to impress everyone.

8 Answers

  • Terra
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    well if youre really good at hotpot type stuff, then you should totally do that. make a really good curry with lots of vegetables and seasonings.

    desserts are easy though, so why not do a dessert like muffins as well

    and if you want to bring a dip, heres a really easy one to make

    yogart tahini sauce (i put this in sandwiches, and use as a dip for chips or veggies ect)

    1/2 cup soy yogurt

    2 tablespoons tahini

    2 teaspoons lemon juice

    1 clove garlic, pressed

    1/4 teaspoon salt

    1 pinch red pepper

    4 teaspoons ketchup

    2 tablespoons water

    Mix all ingredients well in a small bowl. Add additional seasonings to taste.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Moraccan 3 Bean Stew

    My wifes a Vegan and it's the ONLY thing we agree on eatting.

    Recipe from Memory (I don't measure stuff)

    1 12-16ozCan Chic Peas (Drained)

    1 12-16oz Can Dark or Red Kidney Beans (Drained)

    1 12oz bag FROZEN Green Beans (we prefer French for this) (ONLY 1/2 Bag)

    Golden Raisens (2 Handfuls P.s. I have Big Hands)

    1 Medium Onion (If you likem, I hatem)

    1 Medium Red/Green Pepper (We like Red)

    Coriander (about a Tablespoon)

    Cinnamon (about a Tablespoon)

    Cayenne Pepper (About a Tablespoon, but I use about 4)

    Red Pepper Flakes (Optional)

    Salt (To Taste)

    Pepper (To Taste)

    Alrighty, in a large pan get the Onions Goldened, 1/2 to carmelized throw in the red/green pepper, after add the Kidney and Chic peas cooking Covered for about 5mins on a Simmer Boil (Don't time till they start simmering)

    Now throw in 1/2 the bag of Green beans, all seasoning, and simmer Covered another 4-5mins. Toss in the Raisens, cover for 2mins Simmering.


    Best thing ever

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  • 5 years ago

    Went to a vegan Thanksgiving potluck. Tastiest dishes were from those cultures where meat&dairy were way too expensive and/or unavailable. Super healthy protein&veggie dishes of legumes, split peas, highly spiced&flavored with garlic, curry, ginger, and even exotic spices of the Far East&Morocco.

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  • Jen
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    make your own hummus. Get a can of chick peas and puree them, then add some tahini and some garlic and you've got an excellent appetizer. Also bring some pita chips to dip in your hummus

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Good idea, make some dessert, everyone forgets to bring desserts to veggie potlucks.

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  • 1 decade ago

    You could make little mini appetizer vegetarian or vegan burgers. Vegan dip with vegan sour scream, vegan cheese, boca crumbles, tomatoes, shredded lettuce, refried beans, salsa.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    make stuffed grape leaves

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    dont go to it. if i were you i wouldn't

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