WILD ROSE RECIPES
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 WILD ROSE RECIPES
Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 1:03:00 PM
I know a lot of you out there are looking for the book.
I thought I'd help you out in the meantime and post some recipes.

Here's a list of the recipes in the book.
If you want to try a recipe.... please request one.
Please try to request one at a time so I'm not toooo bogged down.

I will put a star beside the ones I have actually prepared.

*moved to food&dining*


Edited by Joel on 10/27/2008 1:08:56 PM

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 1:07:00 PM
BREAKFASTS

Scrambled Tofu*
Oatmeal Porridge with Flaxseed Oil*
Sweet Bell Pepper and Fresh Herb Frittata*
Baked Stuffed Apple*


Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 1:08:00 PM
DRESSINGS AND DIPS

Basic Oil and Lemon Dressing*
Caesar Salad Dressing
Creamy Chive Dressing*
Eggplant Dip*
Guacamole*
Lemon Tahini Dressing*
Basic Salsa*
Cucumber Salsa*
Peach Salsa
Spicy Hazelnut Dressing

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 1:11:00 PM
ENTREES

Baked Herbed Halibut Steak*
Baked Stuffed Salmon
Whole Baked Chicken*
Sesame Tofu with Dipping Sauce*
Vegetable Goulash with Beans
Black Bean and Corn Loaf*
Chickpea and Squash Patties
Vegetable Fried Rice
Falafel*
Fish Filets Almandine
Leek Eggplant and Potato Casserole
Italian Stir Fry
Lemon Pepper Baked Chicken*
Lentil Dahl*
Paprika Oregano Chicken Breast*

jinXed
jinXed Member (1687posts)
3/29/2006 1:13:00 PM
any dressings or dips without oil? (salsas aside)

i'm avoiding frying and oil so right now and am feeling very limited! (mostly steamed veggies, salads with braggs & brown rice vinegar - good but getting on 20 days = bored)

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wow, looks like the wild rose is not nearly as limited as my diet (docter prescribed)

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 1:14:00 PM
SALADS

Broccoli-Cauliflower Caesar Salad
Curried Rice Salad *
Green Bean and SUnflower Sprout Salad*
Kale Corn and Beet Salad*
Mediterranean Salad*
Oriental Greens Salad
Spinach Salad*
Stuffed Avocado Salad
Tomato Rice Salad*
Warm Sesame Cucumber Rice Salad

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 1:17:00 PM
SIDE DISHES

Curried Cauliflower and Potato
Medley of Vegetables
Greens Sauteed with Garlic
Peas And Beans
Rice Pilaf*
Sauteed Zucchini and Tomato
Stuffed Tomatoes

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 1:18:00 PM
SOUPS

Cod Chowder
Cream of Cauliflower Soup
Moroccan Chickpea and Millet Soup
Kitcheri
Fresh Beet Borscht
Curried Spinach Soup
Vegetable Chowder
Vegetable Rice Soup
Vegetable Stock
WInter Vegetable Soup with Buckwheat
Zucchini Soup

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 1:22:00 PM
jinXed

This tastes decent but looks a little weird if you have it more than one day.
Really good on Falafel

Lemon Tahini Dressing

Yields 1 1/2 cups

This favourite can be used as a dressing for salad greens, or as a sauce over rice, steamed vegetables, and baked potatoes.

2/3 c plain soy milk
5 TB lemon juice
1 garlic clove
1/2tsp salt
1/2 c tahini
1/8 tsp sesame oil (guess you can cut this out)

Place all ingredients in a blender and puree for 1 minute at high speed.

twiztedsista
twiztedsista Member (15159posts)
3/29/2006 1:29:00 PM
I have the book, but I have yet to cook anything from it. tongue

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 1:30:00 PM
Everything I've made is really good but my faves are the Oatmeal and the Curried Rice salad.

jinXed
jinXed Member (1687posts)
3/29/2006 5:30:00 PM
thanks! im going to try it tonight smile

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/29/2006 5:31:00 PM
Let us know what you think.

Sapphire_sky
Sapphire_sky Member (6818posts)
3/29/2006 10:21:00 PM
What were these recipies like? Tasty? (no?)

Baked Herbed Halibut Steak*
Lemon Pepper Baked Chicken*
Lentil Dahl*
Paprika Oregano Chicken Breast*
Oatmeal Porridge with Flaxseed Oil*
Baked Stuffed Apple*

Where can you get the book?

LadyoftheHouse
LadyoftheHouse Member (387posts)
3/30/2006 3:41:00 AM
omg..you are the best!

what is in the Oatmeal and flax oil recipe?

big grin

jinXed
jinXed Member (1687posts)
3/30/2006 9:56:00 AM
i liked it!

it's been about 15 days of pretty much the same meal plan so a slight change was very welcome.

i served the tahini lemon sauce with yams and steamed veggies. i left the sesame oil out and added another clove of garlic (just couldn't resist). even my boyfriend really liked it.

thanks again!

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/30/2006 11:23:00 AM
Sapphire_sky
All of the recipes in your list are pretty tasty.
I found the lentil recipe a bit bland but I like my lentils with lots of lemon and spinach-- Arab styles.... not Indian styles.

I got the book at a healthfood store at some mall in west van years ago... at the same place I got the cleanse.
I know you can get the book online.

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/30/2006 11:30:00 AM
:LadyoftheHouse

This recipe gets used the most. I like it even when I'm not on a cleanse andI can make it w/o looking at recipe now. Very cheap and tasty. Sometimes I used the orange flavoured flax oil for more sweetness. You can get really cheap fennel seeds at Famous Foods

Oatmeal Porridge with Flaxseed Oil

Serves 2

Flaxseed oil may sound like an unusual item to put on your cereal, but it's and old European tradition from the era when small opaque bottles of fresh pressed flaxseed oil were delivered every week by horse and carriage. Try it, and see if you like this way of getting your Omega 3's!

2 cups water
pinch salt
1 cup rolled oats
1/2 tsp fennel seeds
1/4-1/2 cup soy, rice, or almond milk
2 tsp Flaxseed oil, optional

Bring water and salt to boil in covered saucepan over high heat.

Stir or whisk in rolled oats, and fennel seeds. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 15-20 minutes (2 to 4 minutes if using quick cooking oats) stirring occasionally.

Transfer to serving bowl and garnish with milk of choice and flaxseed oil, if using.

LadyoftheHouse
LadyoftheHouse Member (387posts)
3/30/2006 5:43:00 PM
wow...sounds like my version of oatmeal...minus fennel seeds...i use flax...and cinnamon...

Thank you!
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Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/30/2006 7:14:00 PM
I bought more fennel today. mmm mmm

Spiderwoman
Spiderwoman Member (54106posts)
3/30/2006 8:52:00 PM
I'm kind of bored and don't want to watch tv so I'll type out the other recipes mentioned in the thread.

Baked Herbed Halibut Steak When I made this-- I put the topping on sole filets. I really liked it. Was subtle yet tasty. Freezes well.

Serves 4

The use of fresh herbs makes this dish outstanding. If you do not have fresh herbs, use smaller amounts of the dried product. One tablespoon of fresh herbs equals one teaspoon of dried herb.

4, 8oz halibut steaks (225 g)
2 TB olive oil
1 TB green onions
1 TB parsley, chopped
1 TB fresh basil, chopped
1 tsp fresh thyme, chopped
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
2 TB lemon juice
lemon wedges for garnish optional

- Preheat oven to 425oF
- Wipe fish with dry towel and arrange in baking dish. Brush with oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
- Mix onions, parsley, and chopped herbs together in small bowl. Sprinkle mixture over fish along with lemon juice.
- Bake uncovered, for 10-12 minutes or until JUST done. Be careful not to overcook.
- Serve each piece with a lemon wedge if using.

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