Day 25.2: Recipes and Nightmares
I promise this is my last post for the day, it’s crazy trying to catch up two days in one!
For dinner tonight, I made another recipe out of Vegan Planet, this time it was the Hot Tamale Vegetable Pie.
I got my ingredients together. I used black olives instead of pimientos because I had them and wanted to use them up instead. I also used a yellow onion instead of red for some variety.
Throwing it all together was pretty easy! First veggies…
Then adding the tofu-flour-seasonings mixture.
Going into the oven, I was impressed at how easy this was to make and hoping it would turn out well.
While this was cooking, I started watching “A Nightmare on Elm Street” one of my all-time favorite horror movies. It doesn’t scare me like it used to when I was a kid but I still enjoy watching it.
I’m looking forward to the remake they are doing that comes out next year but I also get nervous when they do this because something always changes. We’ll see!
When it came out 35 minutes later, it looked pretty good! I let it cool for 5 minutes or so.
I tried a slice with some salsa on top to test it out.
This was pretty tasty! I loved all the veggies and the chiles and salsa made it pretty spicy. It was a bit on the crumbly side so I think I would bake it a few more minutes next time.
Apparently, I was pretty hungry because I went back for seconds and added an Ezekiel muffin on the side 🙂
I still have two more servings to have later in the week, I can’t wait!
For dessert, I’m having So Delicious peanut butter zig zag. It’s almost gone and I have a couple other frozen desserts left. I will be taking a break soon in order not to get burned out.
Dessert should be a real treat, which for me means not having it every single night. But tonight is okay 😉
Off to finish the movie!
If you are a fan of horror films, what are some of your favorites?
Posted on October 25, 2009, in Dessert, Dinner, movies, recipes and tagged a nightmare on elm street, Ezekiel, hot tamale vegetable pie, so delicious, vegan mofo III, Vegan Planet. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.