14 April 2021

Mole Enchiladas


I don't even know if these are enchiladas, and this isn't quite a recipe but...

The filling was: Hard tofu (from that Philly company), one onion, fried, some peas, some spinach, and some corn.  That was fried together in olive oil (really the veggies were dumped in near the end) with salt and pepper.  I added some white fake cheese shreds from Follow Your Heart. I think it was the pizza blend?

Those were rolled into tortillas and placed in the bake pans after oil-spraying the glass bake pans.

Then, I took 2 jars of Costco tomato sauce with half a jar of Mole sauce (Donya Maria brand, glass jar with yellow lid) and mixed them. I first warmed up the Mole so it would mix. I used my hands to mush it together.  I put that over the "enchiladas".  Then I realized there was not enough liquid, so I opened 2 (or maybe 3?) cans of coconut milk and poured it in along the sides of the glass pans until the liquid was at least halfway up the enchiladas. I sprinkled the yellow fake cheese (the brand from Greece I think) on top of that, just a little bit.

I baked that until it was bubbly.  Probably 350F or 375F?

08 April 2021


 No name casserole!

Rice, veggie meat, broccoli, 

With sauce of: tahini, lemon juice, olive oil, salt, pepper

Baked at 375, for 30 min.

Add crunchy items when serving.

30 March 2021

Veggie Chili

 Cut 1 onion, 6 cloves of garlic, fry in about 1T oil with 1 teaspoon of salt.

In pot: 

Fried items (what you just fried)

Dark red kidney beans (drained, rinsed, about 16 oz can)

Another similar can of beans, probably a different type if available.

Diced tomatoes (about 14 oz can)

Red lentils (dry, 0.25 cup)

2 cups of water (Adjust this for preferred texture. Watch lentils absorb water in initial cooking.)

1 Tablespoon of paprika 

Liberal amount of cilantro 

1-2 bay leaves 

2 shakes of sage

1 package (about 12 oz) of imitation burger

1 package (optional) Nature’s Soy vegan beef (8 oz)

Bring to a boil. When it looks like chili, turn off the heat.

Eat now or reheat and enjoy later! Eat with rice, tortillas, cornbread, or other grain.