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Tofu BLT web

Introducing the Tofu bacon BLT

Tofu bacon BLT by Miyoko Schinner    Courtesy of the Booking Publishing Company ©2001 from The New Now and Zen Epicure. Watch this recipe being made on Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup.

This is an all-time favorite of every kid and teen that has ever been to our house – in other words, it’s tried and true. Even non-vegetarians love it. BLTs are a natural with these, but don’t forget that they make a great addition to salads, quiches (yes, think quiche lorraine!), and as a topping for soups.

8 oz pre-pressed or firm tofu

1 T oil plus non-fat cooking spray

3 T nutritional yeast flakes

2 T soy sauce

1t liquid smoke

Slice tofu into 1/8” pieces about the width of bacon. Heat the oil in a skillet preferably non-stick and cook tofu slices over medium –low flame until golden brown and crispy on one side. Flip and cook the other side until browned.

The tofu should be very brown and crispy. Sprinkle with nutritional yeast, then add the soy sauce and liquid smoke, and stir quickly to coat the tofu slices evenly

Cook for another moment and then serve.

 

Tempeh Taco web

Tempeh Chorizo Soft Tacos with all the fixin’s

by Terry Hope Romero    Check out her new cookbook Vegan Eats World

Watch this recipe on Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup

 

For the Chorizo Tempeh Crumbles

Replace the marinade with the following for spicy chorizo-flavored crumbles for use in Mexican dishes. Prepare saucy chorizo tempeh for eating with rice and beans, or let it simmer for a drier tempeh for use in tacos or quesadillas.

8 ounce package tempeh

2 tablespoons peanut oil

1 ¼ cups vegetable broth

3 cloves garlic, grated or ground into a paste in a mortar and pestle

3 tablespoons soy sauce

2 tablespoons tomato paste

2 teaspoons smoked sweet or hot paprika

1 1/2 teaspoons Mexican chile powder (see page XX)

½ teaspoon liquid smoke

1. Dice the tempeh into 1/2 inch chunks. In large skillet, preheat the peanut oil over medium heat. Stir in the tempeh and fry for 3 minutes or until the edges of the tempeh are lightly browned.

2. In a 2 cup liquid measuring cup whisk together the remaining ingredients. Pour into the skillet, increase the heat to medium high and bring the liquid to a rapid simmer. Cover the pan and simmer for 5 minutes. Uncover the pan and continue to simmer the tempeh, stirring occasionally, for another 5 to 8 minutes. Depending on how saucy you prefer the chorizo tempeh, serve it when it’s saucy and moist or continue to simmer until the liquid has been absorbed by the tempeh for drier crumbles.

The fixin’s

Corn or wheat tortillas

Guacamole

Cashew lime crema: soaked cashews, lime juice, water, salt, garlic

Diced tomatoes, onions, shredded lettuce or cabbage

Add tortillas to a skillet on low heat (you can wrap up to six in some foil and heat them in the skillet or oven at 250 degrees.
Spoon the chorizo tempeh and fixin’s on your tortilla, or better yet let your guest fix their own.

Split Peas Soup in minutes

by guest chef, Chef AJ author of the cookbook  Unprocessed

This soup is another winner from our Healthy on a Budget episode.

It may take a 15 minutes to wash & chop your veggies. But who new you could cook up a thick delicious hearty soup in six minutes?

Simply combine in a pressure cooker;

 8 cups boiling water

1 head celery, chopped

7 carrots, chopped

2 potatoes, chopped

1 lb split peas

1 red onion, diced

6 cloves garlic chopped

add the following seasonings;

1 bay leaf

1 t. thyme

1 t. celery seed

1 t. rosemary

1t. smoked paprika

salt free seasoning

4.t dried parsley

Cook six minutes. When pressure is released mix in 1 t. liquid smoke for a smokey flavor.

AND YOUR READY TO SERVE!