New Farm Vegetarian Cook Book

Discussion in 'Vegetarian' started by Duncan, May 8, 2022.

  1. Duncan

    Duncan Senior Member Lifetime Supporter

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    The New Farm Vegetarian Cookbook by Louise Hagler ... It's an oldie that I've had in my life since it was published in the mid 1980s. I don't use chili powder, curry, or things that tend to get hot in my mouth. I've been downing a lot of pretty good vegetarian pasta every day (pasta and peas, pasta and beans...) and I remembered that there was a pretty good recipe in this book for texturized vegetable protein (TVP) balls. So I put them together.
    They are a good addition to a tomato based sauce.
    Tofu has been demonized over the years by some. And when those nay-sayers learn what TVP is made of, they will extend their arm and just say, "No," to tofu. Their loss.
    Anyway, I've been eating pretty good this weekend :)
     
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    Duncan Senior Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Made Sauerbraten from seitan this evening. The recipe calls for apple juice and cloves so the final product was a bit on the sweet side. I served it over rice. The instructions are a little sloppy; the recipe has for ingredients that are not listed at the beginning and one of the instructions was to roast the seitan until you could smell it. (If it's in a closed oven, how are you supposed to smell it?)
     

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