. . . FOOD SNOB style!
Fast food #1:
Tortilla, cheese, leftover beans and rice, fold up, bake until crispy, voila! Nearly instant burritos. And we all know it takes less than five minutes to make a salad. :) Feel free to top your burrito with extra salsa -- I just happened to have purchased "extra hot" salsa at the FM last weekend, so the beans and rice were plenty spicy for me without anything extra. (The man who sold me my salsa said, "You like spicy? You will like this -- it will take you to Mexico!" Awesome -- I need a vacation anyway!)
P.S. Aren't you proud of Dan for picking up whole-wheat tortillas?
Fast food #2:
I can have curry on the table in the time it makes to make a pot of brown rice. (And mind you, I boil my whole grains, so brown rice takes at most 25 minutes.) Fry up the pressed tofu in hot oil, pull it out so you have room to quickly cook the veggies and ginger, add coconut milk, curry paste, low-sodium soy sauce, and a little sriracha, (water, too, if needed,) and simmer until thick. Stir the tofu in at the end, and dinner's served! Yum.
We've been enjoying a lot of squash curry lately, since squash is plentiful, cheap, and local. What "unconventional" ways have you been enjoying squash this fall?
Tell me more about boiling brown rice...do you just put a bunch of water in there and boil like noodles? Covered?
Not sure that I'm unconventional, but I put some roasted squash on a salad, stuffed an acorn squash with apples and I've been dealing with an overload of pumpkins lately. I made a real pumpkin pie (delicious!) and made pumpkin ravioli twice.
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