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    Help: making dinner for a veggie tomorrow!

    So tomorrow night I'm making dinner for a vegetarian friend of mine and obviously want it to be paleo without the meat, then perhaps only have the meat on my plate at the end.

    So what can I make for her? Did a Thai curry the last time I was there so wanted to do something different. Thoughts and inspiration very much welcome

    Thanks

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    can you face legumes for a meat free but bean filled chilli?

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    omelet or frittada filled with in-season veggies/fruits with roasted veggies on the side

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    Not really as not eating legumes.

    Omelette sounds good but not really a ''make a nice dinner' meal is it?

    Hmmmmm keep em coming

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    Stir fry

    Ratatouille and you could start with a greek salad
    Eating primal is not a diet, it is a way of life.
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    Vegetarian lasagne with eggplant instead of noodles? I've never made it (don't like eggplant) but it's a "make a nice dinner" type! Have a salad with primal Italian dressing, olives, feta cheese crumbles, tomatoes, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie View Post
    Vegetarian lasagne with eggplant instead of noodles? I've never made it (don't like eggplant) but it's a "make a nice dinner" type! Have a salad with primal Italian dressing, olives, feta cheese crumbles, tomatoes, etc.
    I've made lasagna with eggplant to replace the pasta. It's very good, just make sure you precook the eggplant. I've also made it with butternut squash and I like that even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Forager View Post
    I've made lasagna with eggplant to replace the pasta. It's very good, just make sure you precook the eggplant. I've also made it with butternut squash and I like that even better.
    Oooo with butternut squash sounds wonderful! How did you make it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie View Post
    Oooo with butternut squash sounds wonderful! How did you make it?
    I sliced the squash on a mandoline put them on a sheet pan and covered the pan with foil and baked them until the slices were flexible. They finished cooking in the lasagna. It was probably the best lasagna I ever made; the sauce was from our own tomatoes and I used grass fed beef and local chevre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Forager View Post
    I sliced the squash on a mandoline put them on a sheet pan and covered the pan with foil and baked them until the slices were flexible. They finished cooking in the lasagna. It was probably the best lasagna I ever made; the sauce was from our own tomatoes and I used grass fed beef and local chevre.
    Thanks, it sounds wonderful!

    And to the OP: you could make this without the beef and it would be vegetarian!

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