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PostPosted: Sat Jan 04, 2014 9:17 pm 
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Jasmine rice bowls with pan-fried tofu, (I forget which) baby choy and a hoisin sauce.

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Jasmine rice bowls with pan-fried tofu, (I forget which) baby choy and a hoisin sauce.

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Tonight's Japanese meal turned out quite well. I seem to be on a cooking success streak. I think it is the combination of time off work, plus too cold and snowy to leave the house, equals stay inside and cook good things!


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Using up stuff that we have in... so mashed carrot and swede, mashed potato, braised red cabbage with dates and apple juice and liquid smoke, veggie sausages and gravy.

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Whole Foods just opened up down the street from me! I am unfortunately without all my cookbooks right now in my new apartment, any recipes online you guys suggest for a weeks worth of dinner?


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If everything goes according to plan, balsamic braised seitan with tomatoes and onions, cheater rice from a package and salad.

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Okonomiyaki.


I know this was posted a while back but what do you like to put in your okonomiyaki?


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Moon wrote:
If everything goes according to plan, balsamic braised seitan with tomatoes and onions, cheater rice from a package and salad.


that sounds super delicious, Moon. i hope it all went according to plan!

tonight was a spinach salad with a balsamic-maple reduction, mandarin oranges, chick-un, toasted almonds and thinly sliced red onion. simple & tasty!


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Fluffy biscuits from Vegan Diner and the sausage white bean gravy from VWAV, except I made sausage out of tvp. It was excellent, and I ate way too much. Then I had pie that didn't taste very good. Bummer.


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Spaghetti arrabiata with breaded, baked Gardein.

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Moon wrote:
If everything goes according to plan, balsamic braised seitan with tomatoes and onions, cheater rice from a package and salad.


that sounds super delicious, Moon. i hope it all went according to plan!

tonight was a spinach salad with a balsamic-maple reduction, mandarin oranges, chick-un, toasted almonds and thinly sliced red onion. simple & tasty!

It did technically go according to plan. The seitan tasted good but still wasn't the texture I was hoping for, but cooking it a second time in the tomato mixture toughened it up a bit, which I guess brought it closer to the meaty texture I wanted.

Also, your dinner sounds super yum.

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I made shiitakeIcanfindinmyfreezerandcupboardssoIwon'thavetoleavethehouse soup. I fried an onion and two carrots in coconut oil, threw in bags of frozen kale, shiitakes, and butternut squash, seitan, vegetable broth, no chicken broth, coconut milk, salt, ginger, cayenne, curry powder, and lemon juice. It was heaven, but I am going to have to eat it 8 more times.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I got a load of bogof 'cheeses' from Holland & Barratt today so I'm going to make a tortilla pizza.

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I just got Isa Does It and tonight is nacho night. I made the queso and lentil meat last night and they smelled so good. Very excited for dinner. (We're also having salad because vegetables).

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Chickpea cutlets, red quinoa, maple roasted butternut squash, and a spinach salad with candied walnuts and mandarin oranges.


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jdfunks wrote:
Jasmine rice bowls with pan-fried tofu, (I forget which) baby choy and a hoisin sauce.

What kind of hoisin sauce do you make? I've tried a couple lately that I wasn't that impressed by. Maybe I just don't like it, but I have a bottle to use up and would like something tastier. Thanks!

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http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2007/11/tr ... iving.html

These cutlets, probably with vcon mustard sauce and potato wedges, with steamed frozen veggie mix of some sort.

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Moon wrote:
http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2007/11/trying-on-thanksgiving.html

These cutlets, probably with vcon mustard sauce and potato wedges, with steamed frozen veggie mix of some sort.


Cutlets were the hugest huge fail. So last night's seitan cutlets thrown in the panini grill press! Which worked super well.

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Made the roasty soba bowl again and added some roasted Brussels too. So good.

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Moon wrote:
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http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2007/11/trying-on-thanksgiving.html

These cutlets, probably with vcon mustard sauce and potato wedges, with steamed frozen veggie mix of some sort.


Cutlets were the hugest huge fail. So last night's seitan cutlets thrown in the panini grill press! Which worked super well.


sadface on the cutlets not turning out, but that's pretty sweet the previous night's cutlets made for a good sub in! i've (shamefully) only made seitan once. it was Tami's unturkey roast recipe - made it for thanksliving this past year. it turned out perfect, but i've been hesitant to make seitan again since i had a success. sounds weird, but i almost want to stop while on a good note. ahahahahahaaa! i've heard some recipes are hit or miss, and i really don't do well with fails. i need to get better at not sucking when i have a fail. your fail turned out to be awesome 'cause it all worked out in the end - i need to think of it like that!

tonight was dinner from the hot bar after work and before acupunture - it was ethiopian night and i enjoyed a feast since all their veggie stuff is vegan. w00t!


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Cubed and roasted turnip cake, chinese style celery stir fry, salt and pepper tofu. One big bowl of ugly but delicious food.

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I ended up having 'linner' at 5 after a long meeting, so penne arrabiata with some sliced seitan sausage.

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