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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 9:16 pm 
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Thai red curry with roasted ambercup squash, broccoli, bell pepper, mushrooms and tofu.

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Pasta with homemade marinara sauce and WF meatless balls, plus nooch-y toast.

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Chilaquiles in red sauce with VWAV chorizo, roasted corn, black beans, Daiya, guacamole, and cashew crema.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Whipped up a ridiculously delicious taco lasagna. A little spicy but so freaking tasty.


That sounds amazing. Recipe?

I'm eating leftover pizza. Bread machine dough, Isa sauce, seitan sausage, spinach, and Vcon cashew ricotta.

I don't really like the cashew ricotta on here. It's too sweet or something. I think that is best saved for lasagas or stuffed shells.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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lavawitch wrote:
GymClassZero wrote:
Whipped up a ridiculously delicious taco lasagna. A little spicy but so freaking tasty.


That sounds amazing. Recipe?


I will warn you now- I had no tomato products at all, and would advise the addition of some. This is fantastic without it, too!

Corn tortillas were used as the noodles, and I mixed up leftover chili with soy crumbles and black eyed peas, black olives, and corn (I mixed in a mystery ingredient I found in a jar. I couldn't tell you what it was, but it was hot). I imagine soy crumbles with taco flavoring would be boss as well. That was one layer. The other layer was sauteed purple cabbage and red onion. I also made a quick tofu ricotta. The best part was the topping- tater tots, mushed up so that they were hash browns, and scallions. It crisped up nicely.

I topped this with lettuce and black olives.

Everything was cooked already so it was 20 minutes in the oven on 350 F, mostly just to brown the tots.

Dinner tonight will be simple- sandwich with mayo and tofurky and a side of greens.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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A sort of salad (I made it in advance and it was all cold... so I guess it was a salad, but not necessarily in the traditional sense) of roasted beetroot and sweet potato, green lentils, and a wild rice blend, with a tahini dressing. I would've had some rocket and watercress also, but it had all been eaten while I wasn't at home!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Six Jammie Dodgers and a glass of soy milk. I feel sick.


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Six Jammie Dodgers and a glass of soy milk. I feel sick.

Quality!

We had vegan chkn, pepper and mushroom stir fry with thai noodles and AFR peanut-lime dressing. And Alpro hot chocolate with a slug of rum in it.

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Fried rice tonight - using up the bulk of the veggies I pre-chopped this weekend, and probably a good portion of the white kimchi I made. I think my partner will probably heap on the regular kimchi. He likes it spicier than me!

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Slow cooker pumpkin white bean lasagna and roasted green beans. Yay!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Banh mi tacos. Someone posted the idea in the Food Porn section a few days ago so I made it, and it was forking unbelievable.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Potato and onion pierogi, braised red cabbage and apple, roasted asparagus with garlic and lemon


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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nori rolls with black rice, avocado, cucumber and umeboshi paste dipped in black sesame seeds! yum!


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my version of jack in the box tacos & curly fries!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Oh She Glows Butternut squash mac 'n cheeze. It got a lot of hype, but I'm honestly not bursting with enthusiasm for it. Easy and tasty though, to be fair.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Banh mi tacos. Someone posted the idea in the Food Porn section a few days ago so I made it, and it was forking unbelievable.

Two of my favourite things combined? I must try! I really like Korean tacos, so I'm sure banh mi tacos are equally delicious.

Last night we had girl's night (a semi-regular occasion where me, my boss, and her assistant hang out, eat, and bisque about work/drink wine). My boyfriend is always there too, because it is held at my house, so we ordered a smorgasbord of Thai food. Green curry, pad thai, fried rice, like a zillion veg spring rolls, and red curry. It was really yummy, and I'm so happy that they don't mind ordering vegan. I'm really picky about Thai food--iffy on coconut milk and not usually a pad thai fan, but yesterday's hit the spot.


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Probably soup because my partner is not feeling well.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I can't stop thinking about the sopa de fideo I made a couple of weeks ago. I have food for tonight already, but I think I might make that too, since it's Halloween and I'm craving.

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Sushi! And vegan cheesecake :)


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Homemade pizza, I think. And the little one is having a sleepover at his Nana's, so bigger pizzas for us!

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Slow cooker chilli! It's been in the cooker all day (my kitchen and living room are the same room) and it smells SO GOOD! I'm so hungry but it still has another hour and a half to cook :p

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My mum's signature vegan dish! Chana Masala. She has perfected it. I mean, it's far from authentic and the ginger is always not-finely-diced in an adorable way, but eating a vegan dish that your mum made is just too awesome.


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Joanna's black eye pea and potato dill soup and a homestyle potato roll from VCON.

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