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Vegetarian For Two Recipes

Looking for dinner for two? Find dinner for two recipes including romantic dinners for two, easy dinner for two, and more dinner for two recipes from the cooking for two magazine.

Aunt Betty's Jelly Crepes

Aunt Betty's Jelly Crepes

Aunt Betty's Jelly Crepes

My Aunt Betty made these for me when I was a boy. They're so simple to make and taste so good I've been eating them ever since.—Richard Ward, Three Rivers, Michigan

White Beans and Spinach

White Beans and Spinach

White Beans and Spinach

THIS RECIPE is a variation of one I received from my Italian mother. I've prepared spinach like this for years - especially since my children like it this way! It complements a variety of main courses, and whenever I serve it to guests, they really enjoy it. -Lucia Johnson, Massena, New York

Mushroom Olive Salad

Mushroom Olive Salad

Mushroom Olive Salad

WE LIKE fresh mushrooms and have them often, so I try to be a little inventive. This salad "happened" one night when there was nothing but a carton of mushrooms in the refrigerator. The simple addition of chopped stuffed olives was such a hit that this salad has been one of our favorites ever since. -Mary Johnston, Palestine, Texas
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Skillet Red Potatoes

Skillet Red Potatoes

Skillet Red Potatoes

WHEN I'm in a hurry to prepare potatoes, I resort to this recipe that I created myself. The mix of seasonings is just right and makes a delicious, attractive side dish. It's been a family favorite for a long time and fits with most any meal. -Lois Collier, Vineland, New Jersey

Old-Fashioned Scalloped Potatoes

Old-Fashioned Scalloped Potatoes

Old-Fashioned Scalloped Potatoes

This recipe makes a small quantity but still has old-fashioned goodness. These tender potatoes taste great with any main dish, but I especially like them with meat loaf.—Dawn Fagerstrom, Warren, Minnesota

Pecan Green Beans

Pecan Green Beans

Pecan Green Beans

Being a teenager, my great-grandson Derek has developed his own tastes and doesn't always care for the same things I do. But this recipe is a tasty vegetable dish we both enjoy.—Ruby Williams, Bogalusa, Louisiana

French Onion Soup with Provalone

French Onion Soup with Provalone

French Onion Soup with Provalone

I ADAPTED a basic recipe to copy the onion soup served at my favorite restaurant. No matter what my entree, I always ordered the soup. Now I can make it at home. It's a meal in itself or an impressive beginning to a full-course meal. -Barbara Brunner, Steelton, Pennsylvania

Egg Rice Salad

Egg Rice Salad

Egg Rice Salad

THE FIRST TIME I tried this salad, I knew it was a keeper. Using rice as the basic ingredient is a refreshing change. I serve it as a luncheon salad or a side dish for a main meal. Garnished with olives and tomato wedges, it makes a colorful addition to the table. -Flois Price, Morgan, Texas

Orange Glazed Baby Carrots

Orange Glazed Baby Carrots

Orange Glazed Baby Carrots

There's no need to eat plain old boiled carrots when this recipe is so easy to fix. The slightly sweet orange glaze makes the carrots taste much better.—Mina Dyck, Boissevain, Manitoba

Microwave Potato Wedges

Microwave Potato Wedges

Microwave Potato Wedges

These wedges taste like baked potatoes but are faster to make because they cook in the microwave. The simple seasoning makes them crispy and golden.—Dorothy Umberger, Ceres, Virginia

Colorful Cabbage Skillet

Colorful Cabbage Skillet

Colorful Cabbage Skillet

CRUNCHY and colorful, this side dish has the flavor and texture of creamy coleslaw, but it's served warm. It's a nice change from typical vegetable dishes. I serve it often with any meat entree. -Bernice Knutson, Soldier, Iowa
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