May 4th, 2004

i get longwinded when i'm sleep deprived...potato broth soup, sick friendly)

well gals and guys, thanks much for the replies about the taters! i have not made them yet but i plan to after i get some sleep today (just got off of work). i'm really excited now, haha, because i was able to take a little piece of info from just about everyone who replied for my recipe plan which i think will make this a fantabulous batch of taters. how fun.

so, here's that soup recipe. to some of you experienced cooks(which i'm not), maybe this will seem remedial like duh, but again this particular recipe is yummy, and filling yet light, especially good for sick peeps who can bring themselves to eat...

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everyone loves it, who cares if its simple.
i'm tempted to make another batch soon, this time for ME :)
  • kittee

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here's your chance to shout out. yay or nay? this one is puzzling me with it's freaky potential...

•1/2 cup TVP
•1 Tbsp vegetarian "chicken" bouillon powder
•1/2 cup
vegan pancake mix, dry (approximately)
•2/3 c crushed cornflakes
•Salt, pepper, other seasonings
•Oil for frying
Put 1/2 c hot water in a bowl. Stir in bouillon powder. Soak TVP in this
liquid for 10 minutes. Mix in just enough pancake mix to make a cohesive mixture
that can be formed into patties. Mix in salt, pepper, and other seasonings to
taste. Put crushed cornflakes in a plate. Dip patties into cornflakes, covering
them completely. Heat some oil on medium heat in a heavy frying pan. Fry patties
in oil until crispy, turning occasionally. Serve with a creamy sauce, and mashed
or oven-fried potatoes