Monday, November 1, 2010

I'm all set for this year's veganmofo.  I've got half a dozen new recipes just waiting for posts, including a delicious new chick'n burger, condensed cream of mushroom soup (for holiday casseroles, of coarse), an easy cheese steak recipe, and a few surprises.  I've also added tons of content, including easier access to some of my older recipes.  So happy 'mofo.  It's going to be a great month! I though I'd start MoFo off with a last year's deliciousness!
Last Year's veganmofo was a great success and great fun.  I had a couple of unifying themes and a couple of surprises. More importantly, I was able to make, eat and share some delicious food. So here's a review of last year's Veganmofo.

Chicken Seitan:

I perfected my chicken flavored cutlets.  I made at least a hundred cutlets last year and always have some in the freezer.  I'd been working on this recipe for a while and, just before the month started, I made 24 seitan cutlets. I made 20 and used every bit to its fullest:

Chick'n Stir Fry:
Arroz Con Pollo:

Seitan Stir Fry Arroz Con Pollo

BBQ Chick'n Sandwich:
Baked Chick'n Nuggets:

BBQ Seitan Sandwich Baked Seitan Nuggets

The second planned theme was Thai food. I had been working on a green curry that I was able to unveil this month as well. I posted the paste (so much better when its fresh) along with some of its uses. I didn't, however, post my Thai/Trailer Park fusion delight, Green Curry Paste & Vegenaise. I'm certain that I'd lick this off of hot pavement. It was especially good on the Thai Burger patties.

Thai Green Curry Paste:
Thai Tempeh Burger:

Green Curry Paste Thai Tempeh Burgers

Brussels Sprouts Curry
Thai Chowder:

Brussels Sprout Curry Thai Chowder

And, speaking of burgers . . . through the magic the internets, a good many people found their way to some of my burger posts.

BBQ Tempeh Burgers:
Chickpea Burgers:

BBQ Tempeh Burger Chickpea Burgers

And, finally, the biggest surprise was a high fat, but highly delicious appetizer that I made, somewhat, on a whim. I was participating in an iron chef challenge for garlic and decided to make these poppers. It was the confluence of delicious food and an amazing pic (thanks kfad) and, in less than a week, it has breached my top 5 most popular posts.

Garlic Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers:

Garlic Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers

It was an amazing run, with some amazing fun. I'm all set for this year. 



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  1. Happy MoFo! Looks like a lot of amazing food! My dad just brought us a shiny new deep fryer this past weekend, so we're going to need to break it in with those jalapeno poppers. They look great!

  2. I know I say this a LOT but I haven't said it for a while so...
    Happy MoFo'ing.

  3. Anonymous Says:
  4. Your post just made me really hungry! Happy MoFoing! Can't wait to see what you come up with this year.

  5. I can't wait to see what you're doing this year!

  6. Alisa Cooks Says:
  7. Oh my goodness! You really know how to make vegan food look and sound amazing!!! I will be back :)

  8. I ALWAYS find something I can use from your blog posts.
    Can't wait to read thru the month!

  9. Anonymous Says:
  10. I think I dreamed about those poppers before. Beautiful pictures!

  11. Claryn Says:
  12. How have I never seen your blog before??? I looooove seitan (& vegan protein in all its forms) and have to try those cutlets soon.


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