25 Thanksgiving Recipes for a Vegetarian

Nov 22 17:17 2008 Hillary Marshak Print This Article

Vegetarians don't have to dread Thanksgiving anymore: Recipe4Living has plenty of delicious, nutritious and well balanced vegetarian Thanksgiving menu recipes!

Vegetarians have it hard on Thanksgiving. Not only do Thanksgiving menus tout the obviously-not-vegetarian turkey,Guest Posting but most stuffings are made with non-vegetarian ingredients as well. Not to mention, who wants to settle for tofurkey just to join in the Thanksgiving fun? Well worry not vegetarians, Recipe4Living has a menu for you this year too and it's full of recipes that will even make turkey-eaters jealous.


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AppetizersBegin with hearty fall ingredients that will set the tone for your delicious feast.

Lentil and Chestnut SoupSpicy Sweet Potato WontonsWild Mushroom and Brie QuicheAutumn Appetizer StrudelBean Soup with Kale

Main CoursesThese fall-inspired main courses will not have you missing out on your protein!

Winter Squash with Apricot StuffingPumpkin and Goat Cheese LasagnaCurried Squash, Garbanzo Bean and Potato StewKitchen Garden RatatouilleStuffed Thanksgiving Pumpkins

Side DishesCranberry Apple Raisin StuffingBarley Herb CasseroleOrange Cranberry SaucePineapple StuffingBourbon Glazed Sweet Potato, Apple and Pecan Gratin

DessertsTraditional Thanksgiving desserts can be enjoyed by all, especially if you make one of these sweet recipes!

Triple Layer Chocolate Pumpkin PieEasy Free Form Plum TartCranberry Pear CrispBaked Apples with Sweet Potato StuffingChocolate Pecan Pie

BeveragesIndulge in a Thanksgiving cocktail or sit back and relax with a warm cup of tea during the meal.

Thanksgiving CocktailApple Pie CocktailGinger Cinnamon TeaEasy Apple CiderWild Thanksgiving

Presentation Pointers:

1. For a nice and simple centerpiece, buy a few fall gourds at the grocery store and place them in a ceramic or glass bowl. Pile them high so your guests can admire them throughout the meal. An alternative: fill a vase with cranberries and put your flowers over them.

2. Dress your table with autumn colors like browns, golds, oranges and reds. Complete your look with tablecloths, plasticware and even plates in this color scheme.

3. Let your guests help you do the final assembly. Have them put side dishes into bowls and set the table while you take care of the rest.

Other Thanksgiving Menus:A Budget-Friendly Thanksgiving FeastYour Guide to the Perfect Thanksgiving Get TogetherThe Ultimate Thanksgiving Meal Planner

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Hillary Marshak
Hillary Marshak

Hillary Marshak is a writer and editor for Recipe4Living.com, a popular recipe sharing Website. For more articles like this, or for a large collection of recipes, visit the site at http://www.Recipe4Living.com.

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