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 Post subject: Re: American Vegan Kitchen...
PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 8:17 pm 
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I had sour cream sitting around wanting a purpose, so I've got the coffeecake in the oven again for my houseguests. I gave the batter a swirl and added some mini chocolate chips. It smells wonderful! (as usual)

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I ate said coffee cake and it was SO GOOD.


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has anyone made the no-tuna melt paninis on page 120?
i was planning on using soy curls and was wondering if i could just roughly chop up the re-hydrated soy curls by hand instead of using a food processor (admittedly, i'm lazy and if i can avoid yet another contraption to wash, i'm all for it) just didn't know if the few pulses in the food processor really does give the soy curls the flakiness of tuna.

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daisysunshine wrote:
I made the ribz in my oven steamer, and they worked out great. (I just boiled water, wrapped in foil, and them steamed in oven).

what didn't taste so good was the tuna melt. i had to throw it away.


hmmm.... i was planning this for tomorrow.... what didn't you like about the tuna melt? did you use soy curls or chickpeas? do you like isa's chickpea salad recipe from the blog? i've made that one and it's quite tasty.

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bookwormbethie wrote:
has anyone made the no-tuna melt paninis on page 120?
i was planning on using soy curls and was wondering if i could just roughly chop up the re-hydrated soy curls by hand instead of using a food processor (admittedly, i'm lazy and if i can avoid yet another contraption to wash, i'm all for it) just didn't know if the few pulses in the food processor really does give the soy curls the flakiness of tuna.

I have made them and used the chickpea alternative so I'm not sure (never have worked with soy curls and am not sure if they're available in Canada). The recipe is pretty good though and I remember enjoying them when I made them. I don't have a panini press so I used my cast iron grill pan to flatten them and it worked well and formed a nice crust.

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I made the Route 66 Seitan for lunches next week, its really really good.
The only adaption I made was baking for 2 hours instead of 1 and adding onion powder, garlic powder and mixed herbs to the vegetable broth

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 4:15 pm 
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bookwormbethie wrote:
daisysunshine wrote:
I made the ribz in my oven steamer, and they worked out great. (I just boiled water, wrapped in foil, and them steamed in oven).

what didn't taste so good was the tuna melt. i had to throw it away.


hmmm.... i was planning this for tomorrow.... what didn't you like about the tuna melt? did you use soy curls or chickpeas? do you like isa's chickpea salad recipe from the blog? i've made that one and it's quite tasty.



i just noticed this

for the life of me - it just tasted off. the best 'tuna-y' one i had was the Oh She Glows version (with chickeas) i should try doing this again though. mayeb it was just me and how i was feeling at the time.

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In the last few day I made the Tuna Free Noodle Casserole - Divine, Chinatown Scramble - Inspired and Delicious, Ribz (I Subbed the sauce for shops bought) - Just Brilliant

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I really want to cook more from this book, so I made a pinterest board with as many photos of recipes I could find. I thought other people might find it useful.

http://www.pinterest.com/lonestarplate/ ... n-kitchen/


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mollyjade wrote:
I really want to cook more from this book, so I made a pinterest board with as many photos of recipes I could find. I thought other people might find it useful.

http://www.pinterest.com/lonestarplate/ ... n-kitchen/

Amazing! This is inspiring and I already adore this cookbook.


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mollyjade, this is so awesome! huge thanks to you!

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Awesome! I'm following this board now. I just got this book and I'm so excited to cook from it!

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