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post #641 of 695
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Last night I made the sweet and sour seitan posted in a link above. So, so, so good.

Shall I admit I also made it.... for the second time in one week.... the other night?

It really IS that good.
post #642 of 695
wtc - No, I haven't ever posted at PPK. They were really good, but I forgot to make the sauce.

It's about time to start on the spanakopita now. I've never had a vegan version before, so this should be interesting.
post #643 of 695
Dinner tonight: lentil and mung bean soup, "cheesy" potatoes from here, and roasted asparagus
post #644 of 695
What is PPK?
post #645 of 695
PPP is the Post Punk Kitchen, a website for the access show of the same name hosted by Isa Chandra Moskowitz from Vegan Cupcakes and Vegan with a Vengeance fame and her co-writer from Vegan Cupcakes, Terry Romero.

www.theppk.com


Tonight we had curried veg on whole wheat couscous. Tomorrow night is pasta with spinach....Oh, lunch tomorrow is veggie sandwiches with the zesty cheese spread (cashews, nut yeast, sesame seeds etc) from How it All Vegan. Yum!
post #646 of 695
chickpea miso soup with a julienned golden beet, tofu, kelp and crunchy millet sprouts, cabbage salad and brown rice.
oh, and strawberry smoothie for dessert.
post #647 of 695
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Originally Posted by nicole lisa View Post
PPP is the Post Punk Kitchen, a website for the access show of the same name hosted by Isa Chandra Moskowitz from Vegan Cupcakes and Vegan with a Vengeance fame and her co-writer from Vegan Cupcakes, Terry Romero.

www.theppk.com
That's a great website. I also read her cookbook, Vegan with a Vengeance, which was yummy.
post #648 of 695
PPK is where I got the recipe for Sweet Potato Oven Fries. Not that you really need a recipe to make this...it just never occurred to me to make fries out of sweet potatoes before. Now it's one of our "Must Have Once a Week" foods!

In fact, we had them last night, along with a black bean/corn/red pepper salad and corn tortillas.

Holly
post #649 of 695
Tonight we're eating out. Tomorrow night we're having spicy soba noodles and salad.
post #650 of 695
Tonight was a "leftovers: revamped" night. We had asian baked tofu, steamed kale and brown rice with peanut sauce (from two nights ago) all rolled up in a whole wheat tortilla. Good stuff! We are enjoying lots of food in burrito form lately (tofu scrambles, mostly, but boy are they good!) Oh and ginger molasses cake for dessert.

Has anyone else tried Trader Joe's handmade tortillas? They are the bomb! So much better than your average store bought tortilla.
post #651 of 695
Everyone's dinners sound so great!! Our family is newly vegetarian, so I've gotten lots of good ideas here. Tonight, though, is faux hamburger helper. Annies beef stroganoff made w/ Morningstar farms grillers. Nothing homeade about this dinner, LOL!
post #652 of 695
For me: Veggies in wheat wrap, stuffed spinach leaves, and half a large banana.

The kids had sandwiches. Vegetarian Dd had thick tomato slices and spinach on wheat bread with mustard and light cream cheese.
post #653 of 695
It's been quite a while since I've posted, but this yummy thread lured me back in Now, I'm inspired to try some new dinners!

dinner last night was:
-sauteed onions, zuchini, mushrooms, & eggplant with some veggie broth and tomato sauce, and garlic towards the end so it was a bit spicy - served over ww pasta
post #654 of 695
Last night was steamed jasmine rice (haven't had that in AGES!), chickpea curry & steamed broccoli.

No idea about tonight yet.
post #655 of 695
Last night was one of our favorite in-a-pinch pantry meals: brown rice noodles, tofu, and veggies with spicy peanut sauce

Tonight: homemade pizza

Tomorrow: curried coconut-milk corn chowder
post #656 of 695
Awesome dinner last night -

I made baingan bharta (SO easy and SO yummy), and had that with roasted chile roti (store bought) and roasted asparagus. Yum; I'm glad there's leftovers.
post #657 of 695
Tonight is....Baked polenta with black beans and tomato sauce and roasted white potatoes, sweet potatoes, and carrots.
post #658 of 695
Tonight I had wheat angel hair pasta tossed with a bit of Earth Balance and topped with chopped red onions, spinach, garlic, and tomatoes. It was very good!
post #659 of 695
Last night we had lentil tacos and salad. very yum! Tonight it's the sring rolls from Vive le Vegan and rice and sauteed bok choy. This is definitely a fave in our house.

Tomorrow is pasta with tomato lentil sauce.
post #660 of 695
Tonight I made garlic hummus and some tzatziki sauce (fresh diced cucmber, plain soy yogurt, garlic). I put the two in a whole wheat pita and topped with diced red onion, diced fresh roma tomatoes and shredded spinach leaves.

VERY garlicky- but since when does that hurt anything?
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