Been thinking and writing a lot about cheap/frugal/budget eating and vegan food, which is something we've covered extensively on the forums to but its a subject near and dear to my heart since times are tough and food is required. I wrote a big old giant post about it on the blog (link below) on the trials and tribulations of being 1 (or 2) people trying to eat affordably without eating the same thing forever. I was inspired by last years mofo post from Vegan Sparklers on Tandoori Cauliflower lettuce wraps and I had been gifted a cauliflower so I made Tandoori Cauliflower for diner with the idea of making wraps the next day.
So I roasted up a head of cauliflower
Served it with cucumber cashew raita and tumeric brown rice and peas
Then used up some leftover lettuce and tomato for the wraps, I added hot sauce cause it wasn't spicy enough
Then because I like recycling leftovers and A won't eat vegetables or indian food (and I didn't really want to eat cauliflower forever) I turned it into a japanese style curry and served it over leftover rice topped with the cucumber raita.
After I was done enjoying my new curry I got to thinking about all the other things I could do with this one pot to stretch it out into more and more meals or staples for later in the month. More details on the blog.
Blog post here: Frugal Vegan: Recycling your leftovers!