I love carbs and I love sandwiches. Sorry for posting so many, but…I can’t help it. Anyway, tonight I had dinner with my family and everyone else ate hamburgers. I try to avoid Boca Burgers, so I decided to use up the rest of the dry tofu I bought for the sushi the other day.
Dry tofu & a thick slice of onion, pan fried in olive oil with salt, pepper and garlic. I threw in a big slice of tomato for the last couple minutes. My cashew spread made yet another appearance on the top and bottom buns. Lettuce, pickles and potato chips topped off with plenty of ketchup and mustard.
Corn on the cob smothered in Smart Balance and salt and a nice fruit salad on the side. I wish I had another sandwich….
Today I had to take my pooch to the vet right around dinner time, so I wanted to have a quick snack first. I had some Kavli Garlic Crispybread (basically a giant, thin cracker with only 50 calories per serving of three pieces). I made a couple little open face sandwiches with the cashew spread I made earlier in the week, and some veggies.
The spread got nice and thick in the fridge, and it tasted great with the garlic & tomatoes.
…and I have a whole jar to experiment with!
When I have leftover ingredients from making sushi, but not enough to make another roll (or am just too lazy to make another roll), I throw the stuff in a bowl all together and make a kind of salad. I added some chopped pickled ginger, and then a little Kikkoman Sushi & Sashimi soy sauce.
Anyway, that was a couple hours ago, and now I’m hungry again!
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Tagged cashew cheese, crispbread, dry tofu, kavli, Lenten, nut cheese, Oil Free (Strict Fasting Days), salad, sushi, vegan, vegetarian