This is basically Three Sisters Stew, which I love. This version was a little bland, but it can get kicked up served over some tasty rice. I like to add edamame to it for some more color. I made this a week ago and still have several servings left. You are warned – it makes a ton! I think I prefer the version of this stew from 150 Vegan Favorites.
One night I decided I had to have Susan V’s Spinach and Artichoke Pie. But it was 7:00 and I didn’t have any phyllo. So to satisfy my craving, I made the filling and added in mushrooms, roasted red peppers, and a can of chickpeas.
It was wonderful and I will definitely make the pie someday. In the meantime, Crystal made it and posted hers. Check it out here.
I made a tofu scramble for Chase – tofu, black beans, tomatoes, onions, green chilies, lots of garlic, chili powder and cumin, and a bit of nutritional yeast. I bought him a bunch of flour tortillas too so he can have a take-a-long breakfast for school.
I had lots of veggies left over from our Chinese New Year dinner, so I made a sugar snap stirfry. I used almost a whole daikon radish, onions, bok choy, and bean sprouts. I wasn’t ready for another stirfry so soon, so I made a very light peanut sauce – so light I didn’t even use a blender – and it was fabulous. I wish I didn’t love peanuts so much.
I was bad two times. Sheree posted about Apple Swirl Bread from The Everyday Vegan. If you love apples, you will love this bread as much as I did.
And a healthy bowl of oatmeal that I tainted with chocolate chips and peanuts. It was so good – all the little chips were melting, yum!
I’m feeling quite stressed lately, so I’ll probably be cooking a lot to unwind. I worked late tonight, I have to be in early in the morning, and Chase threw his back out again. That poor child has had back problems since he was 14. I’m sure it’s from those incredibly heavy backpacks he has always had to carry to school. Is it Friday yet?