New Moosewood, pg 180. Really quite delicious. Yellow rice covering a bed of spinach topped with a random assortment of fresh and steamed veggies, tofu, hardboiled egg, tasty peanut sauce and some crispy garlic gingery bits.
Really quite easy to make. Took about an hour, but the last 10 or so was waiting for hard-boiled eggs which were a game-time decision. Next time, shred the cabbage very finely.
Monday, May 21, 2012
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Friday, May 18, 2012
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Epicurious, but originally Bon Appetit December 2011. Super easy. And delicious. We used fire-roasted tomatoes. The eggs seemed too jiggly when we took it out but it was almost overcooked. A sprinkling of smoked paprika goes well with it. And pita.
Epicurious, although originally from SELF, Feb 2010. Pretty delicious really. Sliced the chicken thin and sauteed that first, removing to drain on a plate, before starting with the rest of the stir-fry. Peanut oil. Sriracha. We doubled the recipe completely.
Moosewood lowfat, pg 158. Pretty delicious as usual. Managed to burn the first batch of black beans while I was in with Julia. Pressure-cooked the next batch. Not bad, but not as good as they could have been. Used 3 habaneros for the sauce. mmm mmm spicy!
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Rachel Ray, recipe #211. This was quite delicious actually. We used more garlic of course, as well as two cans of beans. The polenta was not quick-cooking, so that took some time. We also added some white wine into the greens and beans when they were heating up.