i made the most sushi the other day. i like to just prep a bunch of fillings and figure out combinations as i go. this is mostly a suggestion of fillings for you to try out! I used the spicy tempeh filling from my last sushi as well as the new seitan, eggplant and shitake fillings. any one of these three will make for fancy times in your sushi life.
IT WAS DELICIOUS. here are some real casual recipes… BRUSSEL SPROUTS trim the sprouts and take off any leaves that are gross. cut in half, toss with olive oil, salt and pepper. bake at 400 for 10 minutes then broil quickly to crisp up the tops. i then tossed them with a balsamic reduction but that’s pretty optional. CAULIFLOWER GRATIN! I blanched a large head of cauliflower, made a roux then added half broth half […]
hiatus OVER. over! i can’t believe i haven’t posted in so long. WE HAVE INTERNET! OUR HOUSE IS SET UP. finally. ok so, the food. THE CORNED BEEF so i just amalgamated several recipes i found on the internet, having never made this before… 1 1/4 c. vital wheat gluten 1 tbsp mustard powder lots of black pepper 1/2 tsp cloves, cinnamon and allspice 1 tsp soy sauce a few good shakes liquid smoke 1 […]
what what what? i love meatball subs! i’d never made one, or meatballs, but my gut knows what it likes and i followed it’s lead through this recipe. and you what my gut did? it cooked me a delicious sub. most of the sandwiches i’ve had use beanballs but i’ve had a hankerin’ for seitan so these are seitan and lentils! this takes a while, so it’s not a bad idea to make the meatballs ahead of […]