Ok so I guess you realize by now I love tofu. Here is a quick tasty dish. I love this combo but anything that has tofu. I’m likely to love. Have fun!
Leftovers for breakfast is always awesome.
This curry tomato soup with onion nest has a subtle hint of curry and spices, the sweetness of the onions give a nice balance to the spice.
Risotto with kale and chicken fried artichokes encompasses 2 trips to the pressure cooker which makes what looks to be a time consuming dish very fast. Forty min. for the kale 6 min. for the risotto and about 8 min. for the chicken fried artichokes. Enough chatting. Let’s get to cooking.
For those of you just making the move from meat here is a great sandwich for you former steak and cheese lovers. The sliced portobello’s onions and green pepper were cooked until very brown. It gives them a more meaty texture.
Coconut creamsicles remind me of days as a child and waiting for the the good humor cart to show up. But gone are the days and heavy amounts of sugar. Here is my take on the creamsicle. Appropriate for vegans, paleo, primal and all things in between.
This is an updated version of my original tomato burger. I used the batter from my fried artichokes recipe. It gives the tomato a nice crunch. I made a quick spicy sauce with mayo ketchup and some spices and laid it on a homemade burger bun. Recipe at the jump.