Monthly Archives: October 2011

Roasted Portobello with Braised White Beans

Roasted portobellos, when done well, are probably one of my favorite foods. The simple but delicious recipe in Horizons is no exception. I cut way back on the oil since mushrooms act like sponges and it just didn’t seem necessary … Continue reading

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Tortilla Pizza with Smoked Tofu

This dish is meant to be served in small slices as an appetizer but we had one each as a dinner portion. I smoked my own tofu but if you used store bought you could have this on the table … Continue reading

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Korean Grilled Tofu Steak

Wow, wow, wow. This recipe uses kochujang, which is a fermented red chile bean paste. After scouring stores for it, I ended up finding Annie Chun’s, which seems to be readily available. After all, I found it, right?  This stuff … Continue reading

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Basmati Risotto with Pesto, Peas and Tomatoes

I didn’t really have this one on my list of things I wanted to make, but I found myself with leftover cooked basmati rice and had all the other ingredients in, so I decided to make it to take for … Continue reading

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Tofu Benedict

I am a huge fan of tofu benedict. I’ve never had it and not enjoyed it. Too bad, it’s not the same story for Jim. He thinks it’s  underwhelming and would rather have a scramble any day. Until the day … Continue reading

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Costa Rican Breakfast Quesadilla

I love savoury breakfasts and this one was very tasty, quick and easy. The recipe just uses one tortilla and says it serves one/two, so I didn’t double it but just upped the beans to use a full tin and … Continue reading

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Roasted Vegetable Gazpacho with Avocado Aioli

Gazpacho has been a favorite of mine since the very first time I had it. If we’re eating out and it happens to be on the menu, I’m sure to give it a try. I’m biased toward a less blended … Continue reading

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