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A day early I made a tofu lasagna on a whim tonight We took a pound of firm tofu, some lemon juice (1-2 tbs?), sat, garlic powder, onion powder and nutritional yeast and pulsed it in the food processor. It was tasty! I am not sure DD had ever had a lasagna, only polenta lasagna.
Trying to figure out the week's menu on pinterst now.
I have planned to do curried chickpea samosa using fillo sheets tomorrow with corn and rice and salad
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.
Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.
And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. 'Blessings' by Laura Story (What if trials of this life, are your mercies in disguise) Glorious Ruins
making this right now, i have it all set to go in a cast iron pan.
i'm making wild rice blend to go with it, so i'll probably use the leftovers to make a rice quiche tomorrow or tuesday. i'll make some udon noodle/tofu/veggie soup this week also since carlos eats that up with no issues.
no idea what the rest of the week will be. my cook books should be here wednesday so they might inspire the rest of the week if i have the ingredients on hand.
i looove artichokes. growing up in the california bay area, they were always on the menu for us...we weren't far from "the artichoke capital of the world"
i want to know more about these polenta french toast sticks.
the casserole was actually pretty good...i used a bit more herbs than she asked for tho but i like a lot of flavor. it doesn't exactly stay together like a casserole, but i think it was tasty. i have some leftovers for today.
i definitely want to buy some more artichokes, YUM!
The polenta french toast sticks were totally yummy, i would maybe cut back the cinnamon a little, i love cinnamon and it was a little overpowering, imo, but it will vary from brand to brand. and i had no coconut milk, so used plain soy and added a lot more syrup to taste