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PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:36 am 
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I have some soyrizo in the fridge and am not sure what to do with it. What do you like to do with soyrizo?


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Our favorite quick thing to do, is it to mix the soyrizo, 2 cans of navy beans and one bullion cube (we use a vegan "chicken" one) together and then heat on the stove till hot. We use it as filling for burritos or tamales. It's one of our lazy, throw-together staples.

I'm sure other people will have much fancier suggestions.


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Fry it (but don't stir it) and put it in a breakfast taco with a tofu scramble & salsa & maybe fried potatoes or avocado. That's the best way to go about it.

Speaking of, one of my favorite breakfast taco places, Bouldin Creek, recently put up their chorizo recipe in a magazine. Check it.
http://www.momentum-digitalmag.com/JanFeb2011/JanFeb2011#&pageSet=22&page=0

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You can fry it up with onions and garlic and then make grits in the same pan for like, some woahgrits.

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We mix it into tofu scramble!

This morning we're having it in Daiya quesadillas. So good.

(We made our own from 500 Vegan Recipes)

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Homemade pizza with re-fried beans, avocado, tomato, cilantro, red onions, chorizo and Daiya mozz.
Sprinkle it on top of taco dip. Eat it with beans and rice. Serve it in breakfast burritos.

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Those all sound really good! I didn't have grits, but I had polenta and I liked the idea of adding beans - so I fried it up with some black beans, onions, garlic and a little salsa lizano, and some Daiya and ate it with a corn/flour tortilla. Yum! I have more (I only used some of the package - so maybe tomorrow I'll make it with tofu. The taco idea sounded pretty good.

I just got 500 vegan recipes - I haven't had a chance to look through it yet. I'll put soyrizo on the list of things to look for.

Also, it really does sound like it would be delicious in a tamale.


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the vegan vulcan wrote:
You can fry it up with onions and garlic and then make grits in the same pan for like, some woahgrits.


I want some woahgrits!

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I had some soyrizo last week. I made the rice and pigeonpeas fromm Viva Vegan and then added it on top with cilantro. Yum.


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I just made this!

I used field roast, but think soyrizo would sub well too.

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I just bought soyrizo today to make Cinco de Mayo Burgers- http://justthefood.blogspot.com/2008/05 ... rgers.html


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I love it mixed with home fries as a burrito filling.


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Nora wrote:
I just bought soyrizo today to make Cinco de Mayo Burgers- http://justthefood.blogspot.com/2008/05 ... rgers.html


That recipe looks delicious. How did it turn out.


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Laser Ox wrote:
Fry it (but don't stir it) and put it in a breakfast taco with a tofu scramble & salsa & maybe fried potatoes or avocado. That's the best way to go about it.

Speaking of, one of my favorite breakfast taco places, Bouldin Creek, recently put up their chorizo recipe in a magazine. Check it.
http://www.momentum-digitalmag.com/JanFeb2011/JanFeb2011#&pageSet=22&page=0

First, your idea sounds flipping amazing. Second, thanks for sharing that chorizo recipe--I've never been able to get my seasonings perfect.

kdub wrote:
Homemade pizza with re-fried beans, avocado, tomato, cilantro, red onions, chorizo and Daiya mozz.
Sprinkle it on top of taco dip. Eat it with beans and rice. Serve it in breakfast burritos.

Also, this! Now I want a taco pizza. Holy shiitake, do I want a taco pizza.


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in a tofu scramble
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 Post subject: Re: what should I do with soyrizo?
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Laser Ox wrote:
Fry it (but don't stir it) and put it in a breakfast taco with a tofu scramble & salsa & maybe fried potatoes or avocado. That's the best way to go about it.

Speaking of, one of my favorite breakfast taco places, Bouldin Creek, recently put up their chorizo recipe in a magazine. Check it.
http://www.momentum-digitalmag.com/JanFeb2011/JanFeb2011#&pageSet=22&page=0

I want this for dinner right now.

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Chilequiles! Saute it with tofu (scramble texture), corn tortilla strips, broth, peppers, tomatoes and onions, plus your spice choices. This is the only way I have used it though.


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I love chilaquiles! I don't make it too fancy though, just use whatever leftover salsa I have. That sounds good though!


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One of the few times I've used it, I put it in moussaka - I got the recipe off vegweb a long time ago so I don't remember exactly how it went.

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abbierae wrote:
the vegan vulcan wrote:
You can fry it up with onions and garlic and then make grits in the same pan for like, some woahgrits.


I want some woahgrits!


Let's get up sometime for a potluck, and I'll bring 'em!

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kimba wrote:
Nora wrote:
I just bought soyrizo today to make Cinco de Mayo Burgers- http://justthefood.blogspot.com/2008/05 ... rgers.html


That recipe looks delicious. How did it turn out.

I haven't made them yet but hopefully they'll be good!


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I am surprised SHOCKED that nobody said soyrizo mac. Probably my favorite way to have mac and cheeze.

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soyrizo and potato burritos/or tacos!! with lots of guac, salsa, and onions. so goood!


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Fry it up with some garlic and a minced chipotle, use it in pupusas. Awesome.

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I use it as a taco filling, in breakfast burritos, etc. I love it! I am so glad my hubby (the omni) is always on the lookout for new veggie "meats" for me to try. He happened to bring some home one day and it has become a staple in my kitchen since.

I used some last weekend for a Mexican casserole I made. I layered vegetarian refried beans and soy cheese over corn tortillas triangles and then covered that layer with a mixture of soyrizo, black beans, corn, carrots, diced tomatoes, green onions and garlic. I topped each layer with homemade enchilada sauce and an adapted version of the Easy Breezy Cheesy Sauce from the Tempeh Helper recipe Isa posted on here. Bake for an hour or so....delicious!


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