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+ a few other ingredients, leaves you with

Asparagus Tarragon

Asparagus Tarragon “Quiche” (because it is eggless – navy beans and walnuts make the creamy filling along with the veggies!)

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Asparagus Tarragon

This recipe – like so many others that I have shared here – come from my ol’ trusty, Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook.

We eat a lot of greens around here!

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7 Responses

  1. caitlinchris

    That looks really yummy! (can you leave out the walnuts in case of allergies?)

  2. Seanna Lea

    This looks pretty good to me. I’m looking forward to picking up my first CSA this weekend. So many vegetables!

  3. Josiane

    Tarragon and asparagus – fabulous combo for a quiche! I have yet to try that recipe from Veganomicon; it’s one of the recipes that really make me want to get myself a real food processor (as opposed to the mini thing masquarading as a food processor I have here) or a Vitamix.
    Also, your ingredients pictures are gorgeous!

  4. Rowena Philbeck

    That looks good and different. Looks kind of like peanut butter pie. You make some very interesting foods but I like them alot. Thanks.

  5. Jenna

    NOM! When are you having me over? I told you Veganomicon is amazing, isn’t it? The new low-fat cookbook is awesome, too. I’m addicted to quinoa-chickpea salads. Lovely to see your beautiful work! xoxo

  6. Chandler

    Your ingredients are things of beauty in themselves, and then they come together to form one tasty-looking finished product. YUM.

  7. Jj hancock

    Hey..been loving your cookbook and recipes. I started a Vegan lifestyle two weeks ago and I have lost eight pounds in two weeks and I feel wonderful. This is the first recipe I tried though that didn’t come out great. The quiche had the texture of hummus…kind of mushy and didn’t hold together well. Any idea what I might have done wrong? I thought I followed the recipe to the letter. Thanks again…love your book!

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