That yummy, creamy dish is the Sunflower Mac from our November VegCookbook, Isa Does It. Yum-eee. Instead of blending up soaked cashews, which are often used to make vegan “cream” sauce, the recipe calls for soaked sunflower seeds.
Since our last round-up, the hubs and I also made the Omaha Yakisoba, which we liked, but we left out the Sriracha sauce (we have low spice tolerance), so it was a little milder than we expected. Lesson: if the recipe says to add Sriracha sauce, add it!
I also made the Lentil-Quinoa Stew with Kale.
Something went a bit awry with this recipe, though I don’t know why ’cause lots of you made it and loved it. It came out super thick, even though I added two extra cups of broth to it, so it wasn’t very stew-like. My big mistake was using a bag of Trader Joe’s Organic Tuscan Kale. It’s pre-cut (yay), but the stems are left in (boo), so it seemed like every bite included a big bitter stem. Lesson learned: when the recipe says to remove the the kale stems, remove them (I see a theme here)…
What did you VegCook last week?
VegCookbook Club Story Swap:
Amy made the Sweet and Sour Brown Rice Salad with Fresh Herbs, Olive Angel Hair with Seared Brussel Sprouts, Down-Home Curry with Tofu and Broccoli, Roasted Butternut Alfredo, Sweet Potato and Red Curry Soup, Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Penne, Roasted Potato and Fennel Soup, Chana Masala, Red Lentil Thai Curry, and the Down Home Curry.
Cintia made the Sunflower Mac, Roasty Soba Bowl with Miso Tahini Dressing (two times!), Red Lentil Thai Chili, My Thai Overnight Scramble, Cheddary Broccoli Soup, and the Meaty Beany Chili and Cornbread Muffins.
Jeni made the Kale Salad with Roasted Butternut Squash and Lentils,
Jessica made the Moroccan Harira Soup.
JoMaryU made the Chandra Malai Kofta.
Kristen made the Lemon Blueberry Loaf.
Morgan made the Wild Mushroom and Seitan Stew.