Wednesday, July 21, 2010
I decided to put a scramble together. DR wanted sushi, I was tired and feeling lazy. This hit the spot. I put the scramble on a whole wheat bagel and added diced avocado on top. YUM.
1 pound (or so) firm tofu, drained
1 - 12 ounce package soyrizo
1/3 cup nutritional yeast
Juice from 1 lemon
2 teaspoons dill
1 tablespoon soy sauce
Salt, pepper, and other seasons to taste (I use a non-salt spice and herb blend)
Bagels and avocado, to serve
In a preheated medium skillet, add soyrizo and fry a bit until warm. Add in tofu, mashing into small crumbles and mixing it into the soyrizo. Add nutritional yeast, lemon juice, dill, soy sauce, and spices and cook 5 minutes or so, until hot and everything is mixed together.
Place mixture on top of toasted bagel and top with avocado. YUM.
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Either way, this was a nice dish. The flavors are light and it was good in the summer heat. Not sure if it will be in the regular rotation, but it was good. Here I have it budded up with a hummus wrap I made for LF, since she likes more "hearty" dishes.
Monday, July 19, 2010
Long title, tasty dish. I've been reminded by a couple friends that my blog had been un-updated for quite a while....opps! I can't even figure out where to start explaining that one. Disinterest in cooking? Check. Working a lot? Check. Free time taken up with going to the gym? Check.
Regardless, I am going to attempt amends for this. These quesadillas are from Supermarket Vegan, a nice little book full of fast and fresh recipe ideas. The idea for the book is that it uses ingredients found in most grocery stores (score!) and, as a result, tends to have a lot of stuff I have in my house already. These are very tasty with sour creamy sauce (my fav) or pasta sauce (DR's fav). Using beans instead of cheese in quesadillas isn't something I'm new to but it works fantastically. Black beans and sweet potatoes are another winning combo. Yes!