Vegan Pad Thai Soup — Turning one of my favorite dishes into a healthy, veggie-packed soup!
I received free samples of Progresso Cooking Stock mentioned in this post at no cost. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Progresso Cooking Stock and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
Hello to you my food loving friend!
Hold on to your Thai-inspired knickers, because I got a soup that is about to blow yo mind.
I’m Boom Clap happy to be working with Progresso’s new line of premium cooking stocks, that will knock the socks off your next soup They’re now available in grocery stores nationwide (in the soup aisle), and are made by simmering real bones, vegetables and herbs to create a flavor that’s close to homemade.
So if you ain’t got the time or stockpile of veggie ends to make the easiest veggie stock you’ll ever make, these come in at a close second best. Granted the veggie blend isn’t cooked with any bones..unless carrots and celery are now converted vertebrates, but delicious nonetheless.
Thai Collard Green Lettuce Wrap Recipe — A healthy vegan sandwich made with marinated tofu and a tangy peanut sauce.
Hello my good friends!
I’m back after my brief hiatus this week. My broski was in town so I spent some time with him while I could. That and I totally forgot to take any pictures of my meals, besides my morning tea from the lovely miss Heather.
But that’s okay, because I’m back and with a GIVEAWAY!
The lovely folks at Nasoya reached out to me about trying out their new line of Nasoya TofuBaked products. They are already marinated and baked, ready to be thrown into any salad or stir fry for those times when pouring a bowl of cereal or slapping some butter on bread is your next line of defense for “cooking dinner”.
Since I can never press the ish out of my tofu enough with my stack of cookbooks and giant cans of beans, I was so ready to try these out. They come in two flavors, Teriyaki or Sesame Ginger. I was more partial to the teriyaki since it seemed to have just a bit more flavor than the sesame.
I love sneaking in my LGV aka leafy green vegetables anyway I can, so why not have your wrap and LGV too!
And lesbehonest, I just wanted another excuse to make this peanut sauce. I could literally slap it on a washcloth and call it dinner. Literally.
And the whole meal takes about 5 minutes, which makes for a quick and easy lunch that will satisfy you much longer than a bowl of cheerios…or a washcloth.
Besides the tornado warning downpours we had on Saturday the weekend was gorgeous here. I took advantage of the storm and gloomy weather for some yoga action. This lululemon routine pushed me just enough that I don’t immediately hate yoga per usual. At this rate I might be able to touch my toes before Thanksgiving.