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3677Perfect El Paso Pilaf

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  • Neil
    Mar 31, 2009
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      Meatout Mondays

      March 16, 2009

      Perfect El Paso Pilaf
      The Great American Meatout is right around the corner... March 20th! Get ready to “kick the habit” for good with this Perfect El Paso Pilaf and other amazing vegan dishes. Pilaf is easy to make, and you can be as creative as your imagination and taste buds allow. Here’s a simple yet elegant recipe that can be served as a delicious side dish or satisfying light meal on its own.

      ½ cup chopped onion
      2 tsp. olive or cooking oil
      1 can (19 oz.) red kidney beans, drained
      1 ¾ cup vegetable broth or water
      1 cup long grain rice
      1 cup fresh or frozen corn
      1 cup chunky salsa, mild or hot
      ¼ cup dry lentils
      ¼ cup chopped sweet red pepper or diced pimento
      ½ tsp. chili powder
      dash of garlic powder
      8 tomato slices (optional)

      In large saucepan, cook onion in oil over medium heat about 5 minutes until onion is tender.
      Add the remaining ingredients.
      Bring to boil, reduce heat, and cover; simmer 20 minutes or until rice and lentils are tender and most of liquid is absorbed. Serves 4.

      For this and other easy recipes, visit www.VegWeb.com!

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