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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2014 2:39 pm 
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Yum SD! I'm already a big fan of cauliflower "rice".

Yesterday was garlic and rosemary red potatoes, broiled baby yellow squash, and pan seared smokey tempeh in red wine sauce.

Tonight I was very lazy and heated up one of Trader Joe's delicious tofu burgers, dipped it in ketchup, and then made a quick baby spinach salad with apple slices and walnuts in balsamic dressing.

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I can't believe I've never made cauliflower rice. Is it seriously good?


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:27 pm 
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vijita wrote:
I can't believe I've never made cauliflower rice. Is it seriously good?

It is seriously good. It does not taste exactly like rice of course, but it does fill the roll of a bed of something that will soak up curry sauce or whatever saucy stew you top it with. I often use it with Indian and Thai meals. Depending on my mood, I sometimes like it better than rice. It's a great way to reduce the calories and carbs in a meal, add extra vegetables to a meal,or use up an overload of cauliflower.

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grilled carne asada seitan tacos topped with sriracha aioli, guac, hot sauce, peach salsa. side of red rice and grilled pineapple with tajin!


This sounds so awesome.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Rhizopus Oligosporus wrote:
vijita wrote:
I can't believe I've never made cauliflower rice. Is it seriously good?

It is seriously good.


I second this.

Have you had cauliflower mashed potato? It's pretty much just half potato and half cauliflower (if you're looking to reduce your carbs/calories etc.) and I actually prefer it to mash, it has a bit more flavour.

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Sometimes I just do mashed cauliflower, no potatoes, and it's delicious.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I'm going to just make a huge thing of white bean artichoke chilli

Yum. Is this a recipe from somewhere or did you make it up?

I think I'm going to make this taco recipe tonight because I'm intrigued by the hearts of palm (never had 'em!) pureed with nooch as a cheese: http://keepinitkind.com/20-minute-bean- ... an-cheese/

Though I also pinned that peanut tofu with cauliflower rice recipe!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I'm going to just make a huge thing of white bean artichoke chilli

Yum. Is this a recipe from somewhere or did you make it up?

I made it up after trying a chilli with lots of artichokes in it once and loving it (and I'm not usually crazy wild about chilli). I put in lots of garlic and onions, fire roasted tomatoes, spices, chile marinated tempeh, splash of white wine, greens, navy beans, chard, jalapenos, frozen quartered artichoke hearts, and well, whatever else! Lovely with some lime wedges and sliced avocado. My husband really likes adding potatoes and fakey ground meat stuff, but I like it a bit lighter.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Massive bowls of salad (we have serious issues with lettuce at the farmers market: we want it all) with romaine, red leaf, butter, spring mix, two kinds of mixed microgreens, basil, radishes, purple carrots, cucumber, chickpeas, edamame, croutons, sunflower seeds, fake bacon bits, couscous, and a champagne vinaigrette that I made.

We might have baked tofu if we manage to not eat it all out of the fridge first. (Yummy 70s tofu from Terry's new Salad Samurai book. Pretty basic, made with tamari and paprika, but very delicious.)

This is basically all we have been eating since we started going to the market every Saturday. Can you get addicted to lettuce? Is that a thing?

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Thanks for the details, vijita! Sounds awesome.


Tonight: spaghetti squash alfredo with peas. Maybe some marinated, baked tofu.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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ScooterDiva wrote:
http://minimalistbaker.com/crispy-peanut-tofu-cauliflower-rice-stir-fry/

this.

I'm copying you and making this tonight, it sounds awesome!


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Chickpea, potato and mushroom curry w/ brown rice. Turned out really well actually :) My son's staying with my parents so I could make it spicier than usual.


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ScooterDiva wrote:
http://minimalistbaker.com/crispy-peanut-tofu-cauliflower-rice-stir-fry/

this.


Based on this post, I made it for my lunches this week. SO good! I am super happy with it.

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