Soba Noodles with King Mushroom, “Beef” and vegetables

Another meal made awesome by H-Mart. On my last trip I picked up a few basics – giant bottles of soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, sesame oil. Also soba and ramen noodles. And, of course, produce. I know its not seasonal or local, but its still kind of winter here and I was craving mushrooms. I bought these beautiful kind mushrooms – huge and meaty … Continue reading Soba Noodles with King Mushroom, “Beef” and vegetables

Adzuki bean, miso, and veggies soup

The only thing that I regret about this adzuki bean soup is that I didn’t soak the beans the night before. Already committed to the soup, I had to wait an impatient 2 hours until it was ready. Other than that – delicious. You can make it with canned beans, but slow cooked beans have a much firmer texture and a fuller flavor. I at … Continue reading Adzuki bean, miso, and veggies soup

Thai Cabbage Slaw, Mineola Tempeh and Kiwi salsa

I’m so glad that I discovered I love cabbage. This recipe is a variation on a recipe posted on 28 Cooks, itself a variation of a recipe from The Daily Raw Cafe. Or course, I made some changes based on what I had in the kitchen and pantry, and what I like best. It was crunchy, delicious, and just the right balance of sweet and … Continue reading Thai Cabbage Slaw, Mineola Tempeh and Kiwi salsa

Seitan, broccoli, carrots and greens with peanut sauce

I had a craving for peanut sauce last night, so I whipped up an almost-quick dinner of homemade setian (frozen and thawed), fresh broccoli, carrots and greens. I stir-fried the seitan first in just a bit of peanut oil until it browned, then added the veggies, a touch of homemade vegetable broth, and steamed everything for about 5 minutes. Meanwhile,¬† I made the “lighter” version … Continue reading Seitan, broccoli, carrots and greens with peanut sauce