I love this creation from Delish Knowledge!
I usually use the peanut sauce and baked tofu in a cold meal, but I was feeling a warm dish tonight so here are the basics.
Prepare Rice or Rice Noodles or Bean Glass Noodles of choice.
Baked Crispy Tofu - cube tofu & bake at 375 until crispy
Veggies of Choice - Carrots, Bell Peppers, Cucumber, Broccoli, Kale, etc*
*I've made this both with raw veggies and with a light...
A new random creation for the lunch rotation!
My niece is attending her second year of university and has access to a kitchen this year. We were talking about my one-pot wonder meals and I remembered that white rice/quinoa cook in the same time as black (aka Beluga) lentils. That formed the base of this dish. Then it was time for a new dressing...
...I found a lemon tahini dressing from Yummy Mummy Kitchen that looked like the flavours I...
Since I had 1/2 of a jar of crushed tomatoes left from making the stuffed peppers, I decided this was also a good week to make spaghetti squash. I usually just add ingredients to boost a jar of spaghetti sauce (or do a roasted tomato one), but I took the chance on a spaghetti sauce with the crushed tomatoes.
This is big for me because I actually really don't like tomatoes when they resemble/taste like a tomato. I'm even known for picking...
I finally did it! I finally made stuffed peppers! And I totally miss-judged the rice/pepper ratio, but I ended up with lots of yummy Spanish Rice left over.
As always, I didn't follow a recipe (and I'm writing this post a little late) so I'll do my best to remember the recipe, but please play with the ingredients and spice level on your own :)
1 C Rice - cook as directed
1/2 Red Onion
1/2 block Organic Firm Tofu -...
Growing up, I never understood how my mum could possibly eat miso! I have now learned the errors of my ways. Even then, it took me until recently to endeavour to make my own miso soup.
Here is my quick, loaded, miso soup. Add/subtract as you like!
Note: this can also be assembled in a mason jar with boiling water added when you're ready to eat.
2 C Water
2 Tbsp White Miso
1/4 block Organic Medium Tofu - cubed
Vegetables - optional
I call this one-pot-wonder "pad thai", but I'm pretty sure it only resembles a pad thai. Anyway, it's easy and yummy!
I have a few versions, depending on what sauces I have on hand, and what flavours I'm feeling that night.
1/2 block Organic Firm Tofu - cubed
1/2 Onion - julienned (optional)
2ish handfuls Kale Slaw (or coleslaw mix)
Bell Peppers - julienned
Broccoli or other Veggies (optional)
Rice/Glass Noodles - prepared as...