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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:21 am 
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tonight it will be giant sweet potatoes stuffed with sriracha bbq pulled jackfruit and sauteed asain greens - topped with sriracha aioli. with a side of mac & cheeze...

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missmuffcake wrote:
tonight it will be giant sweet potatoes stuffed with sriracha bbq pulled jackfruit and sauteed asain greens - topped with sriracha aioli. with a side of mac & cheeze...


I wonder if I can get to Modesto by dinnertime if I leave right now...

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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if i could ship - i would...

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 3:47 pm 
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I had the random idea to make sweet potato stuffed shells. I haven't ever made it before or even seen it, just popped into my head. I'm going to start by baking and then mashing two sweet potatoes, mixing in one block silken tofu & nutritional yeast, and then stuffing them just the way you would traditional meat/cheese stuffed shells. I'll probably season with basil, garlic, oregano, sage, and red pepper flakes, top with tomato sauce and a bit of shredded cheeze. I think I'll make a side of brussels sprouts. I will go to bed tonight happy, full, and farty.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I froze ahead for nights like these. . . Not off until 11pm, so I'll be reheating chickpea cutlets, mustard sauce, and mac daddy. I'm on a bit of a Veganomicon kick. :D I think I'll steam some broccoli for balance. . . Sounds like it would be delicious with the sauce.

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Ribz, roasted Brussels sprouts, and horseradish potato salad, all from Vegan Diner. Comfort food for my husband since I'm going away for a week tomorrow!


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Lentil-Miso Gravy from Isa Does It, with mashed potatoes and tempeh, and steamed broccoli, kale, and carrots. mmmmm.

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Just wanted to come back and say that the sweet potato stuffed shells were AMAZING, I highly recommend them!!!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Made a huge chopped salad and topped it with sesame seitan, lime/ginger/soy vinaigrette, and fried Kamut flour wontons.

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Massaman Curry and Brown Rice!

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IndoorKid wrote:
Just wanted to come back and say that the sweet potato stuffed shells were AMAZING, I highly recommend them!!!

They sound amazing! I think I would serve them in a creamy sauce though. Maybe a beschemelle or something nut or silken tofu based. Was the tomato sauce good with them?

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Rhizopus Oligosporus wrote:
IndoorKid wrote:
Just wanted to come back and say that the sweet potato stuffed shells were AMAZING, I highly recommend them!!!

They sound amazing! I think I would serve them in a creamy sauce though. Maybe a beschemelle or something nut or silken tofu based. Was the tomato sauce good with them?



The tomato sauce was great! I boiled lots of garlic in with the sweet potatoes and heavily seasoned with classic Italian spices, so I think that helped it work with the tomato sauce. I'm sure it would be awesome with creamy sauce too though (because face it, EVERYTHING is good with creamy sauce).

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Pasta and Broccoli with Pine Nuts from Jennifer Raymond's The Peaceful Palate ...

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I ran around all morning returning work emails and calls, cleaning, running errands, and then worked all day. I was so tired and lazy by the time I was done. So I found this little frozen container of Indian greens and kidney beans in the freezer, but it wasn't enough to make dinner. So I added some frozen peas and pumpkin chunks. It was tasty (of course, cause I wisely made most of it weeks ago), nutritious, and easy!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Brussels Sprouts! I've been craving them like crazy. I'm not sure what else to have with them, but I know I want brussels sprouts.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Soymilk ramen with veggies and glazed tofu.


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Tamarind lentils, brown rice, roasted vegetables and a handful of olives (because I can't eat a meal without olives!)


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I'm going to wagamamas probably. I quite fancy yasai itame.

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Tonight its bouillabaisse (Vbites fish style cake + half a can of tomatoes + shallots + herbs and garlic all thrown in the slow cooker)

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Leftovers: chickpea tacos garnished with tomato, arugula and a grating of Daiya jalapeno havarti wedge, yellow rice with garlic and a tomato and lettuce salad with a simple lemon vinaigrette.

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Lentil soup, pureed into mush because I can't chew. I'm only three days post-wisdom teeth extraction and I'm already going a little nuts. (oh how I wish I could eat nuts!!)


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Seitan burrito from Bueno Y Sano in Amherst. Best burrito I've had since San Francisco!


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Cabbage stakes and stuffed delicata squash (stuffed with tvp, red beans, caramelized onions, red bell pepper, garlic, green tomatoes, and herbs).

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Chickpea cutlets with mushroom gravy, baked yukon gold (with more gravy) and half a baked acorn squash with cinnamon.


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Some kind of Franken-cheeseburger from what I have work with in the house: tofu steak, 'cheese' shreds, lettuce, pickles, and American mustard on a wholegrain wrap.

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