Whenever I order Asian takeout food, I am always left with boxes of plain white rice. I try to use it up in a creative or tasty way, which usually ends in veggie fried rice. However, I have been recently obsessed with ginger and curry powder in EVERYTHING I eat, so I now have an awesome lazy tasty rice recipe!
I use about half a small takeout box of cooked white rice, add a teaspoon of water and microwave for one minute. I put about a teaspoon of ginger paste, a Tablespoon of curry powder, a teaspoon of sriracha chili sauce (the chunky one), half a teaspoon of cinnamon, and half a tiny box of raisins. Stir. Microwave again for 45 seconds. Stir. Eat.
The measurements are just guesses, but the spice content is really up to the individual person. It's also great with veggies. Yummy!
I often buy "Yves Veggie ground round" for fake ground meat for my spagettis, taco filling, shepard's pie, lazy cabbage rolls, etc.
However - I cook for 2, and only like to use a third of the package. I found if the opened package sits in the fridge for awhile, the veggie meat goes bad. I would cook leftovers, but my boyfriend and I hate eating leftovers ^___^;; lol.. I lose track of time how long my veggie meats have been in the fridge (I'm a busy student)
If I freeze the ground round, will it be okay?? (are there any other veggie ground types that are freezer friendly?)
also - how long do veggie meats generally last in the fridge?
(I'm hoping my yves veggie deli meat isn't all gone moldy... ick)
i have an omni friend who really wants and is completely craving spinach artichoke dip. the hot kind.
i miss it too i have to admit.
does anyone have a good recipe for this?
I did look through the index of vegancooking but couldn't find what i'm looking for.
thanks so much in advance...