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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 12:36 pm 
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I'm going to attempt a Spanish style omelette, served the way my old local chip shop used to (over chips & mushy peas)

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We actually cooked! Lentil soup, bread and hummus, perfect for sniffly me. I could actually detect a faint hint of garlic from the hummus, I hope it means my sense of smell is coming back.

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Fried rice to use up leftover rice from Chinese take out; stir fried king mushroom, eggplant, and snap peas with tofu and lots of hot peppers.

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Leftover coleslaw and wine.

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I would just like to brag that tonight is the second time in my life that I have ever made fried rice, and it turned out kick asparagus amazing! And I didn't even follow a recipe. I am very pleased with myself.

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I think I'm making the meaty beany chilli from IDI.

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Satay tofu with rice and veggies. I think I ate too much cake to have any though.


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I attempted a Vegan Kedgeree. I used rice, mushrooms, onions, silken tofu fried in Vegg & a Vbites fish style steak. It was kinda nice.
I followed it with 2 mince pies, soya cream and an Aldi dark chocolate reindeer, I now feel a bit ill but am watching I am number 4 with a beer in 1 hand and whisky in the other

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I have a can of Vegg to use; I'm a bit scared of it.

I just posted to drool over the mushy peas.

Tonight, I'm just having salad. Time to detox from too much heavy food and no green stuff. Lots of arugula, piles of veggies, chickpeas, maybe a couple chopped gardein strips, and AFR sundried tomato-walnut dressing.

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I have a can of Vegg to use; I'm a bit scared of it.


Lemon Curd. The very best use for Vegg: http://thevegg.com/portfolio-view/the-vegg-lemon-curd/

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I made cheater pho and it was so forking good. I'm pretty sure that's all I'm going to eat for the next week.


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Miso mac & cheese.

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I made cheater pho and it was so forking good. I'm pretty sure that's all I'm going to eat for the next week.

What was cheater about it?

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nom nom. Pizza with oven roasted tomatoes (from a jar), roasted garlic, and onions sauteed in lotsa Italian seasoning. So good!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I had about 2 thirds of a Vbites 32 piece festive party pack with some sprouts.

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I made cheater pho and it was so forking good. I'm pretty sure that's all I'm going to eat for the next week.

What was cheater about it?

The broth. I started with vegetable broth from a box and most of my spices were ground (including dried lemongrass powder I've had in my pantry for years). But it was good and quick.


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Tonight I made coconut crusted tofu wraps with raw cabbage, mango salsa, and spicy black beans. All because I had a ripe mango and just didn't want to eat it plain. Best 'throw together meal' ever.


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I ate fries earlier with strawberryrock, and for a late 'real dinner' and lunch for tomorrow, I have a pot of red lentil-acorn squash-roasted garic soup.

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Ashley, good and quick are important! Your pho sounds lovely!

We had instant ramen soup bowls, tofu balls, and a quick stirfry of spicy broccoli.

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I have leftover chilli and a tube of mozzaricella that's about to go out of date. so some sort of cheesy chilli concoction I guess.

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Big salad with roasted butternut squash, marinated mushrooms, and smoked tofu


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last night i made chickpea tacos from the big book of vegan recipes. i had to add a lot of hot sauce, salsa, pickled veggies and sriracha ailoi to get it to my heat level....the tacos were good though along with rice!

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Last night was Indian: rasam, mixed vegetable salad, and the VEW ginger chickpeas in tomato onion gravy, or whatever it's called, and of course basmatti rice. I'm with you on the heat missmuffcake. My rasam wasn't nearly hot enough and I dumped a couple heaping teaspoons of cayenne pepper into the pot. Not authentic, but a nice quick way to make it hotter! The VEW recipe was really good. I didn't have enough chick peas, so I added some kidney beans. The color and shape contrast made the dish extra pretty, and the flavor and texture combination were so nice. I might make the recipe like this on purpose all the time!

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we're having one of those TJ's/Gardein-esque roasts but I can't remember how we like to cook it - we had a couple last year and like 'em ok but I know there are mush issues and I can't remember how we got around that.


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