We just got a food dehydrator for Xmas, and it has some great recipes for drying fruit in the instruction manual, and a section on drying meat (yuck). But we were wondering if you could marinade some tofu and achieve the same effect as jerquee. I checked the memories but couldn't find anything. Thanks in advance.
by the way, archer farms (generic target brand) pico de gallo chips taste just like doritos, but vegan.
Coat portabella's with EVOO. Roast them under 400 degrees for 30 minutes, or until very soft & tender.
Cut into slices.
Put however much garlic inside of 1.5T of oil, saute for a minute. Add 2.5T of Basalmic vinegar, bring to a boil until it thickens/emulsifies (usually 2-3 minutes).
Toss mushroom slices with sauce.
Top with (my choices) lemon pepper, salt, and fresh parsley.
so this morning I woke up from a dream about food
and in the dream I was making these little apetizer thingies where I was slicing cherry tomatoes in half, scooping out their insides, putting pureed avacado (with some garlic salt, but no salsaey stuff) into the hole, and then topping with crisped tempeh bacon.
and it sounds really good to me, and I'm sure that if I do end up making it, it wont be for a long ass time. so hopefully my dream will be of use to someone.