Andy and I are creatures of habit, and if we like something quite a lot we tend to re-create it. Thus, we have had several meals recently which caused a bit of deja vu...
One night we endeavoured to make a version of baked beans similar to those served at Naked Espresso. The obvious companions to baked beans, in our minds, were scrambled tofu and toast. Hearty, tomatoey and slightly spicy beans accompanied by veggie-licious scrambled tofu and morish nuttelexed toast.
And the next week, we did the exact same thing, with black beans instead of cannelinis and slightly different veggies. The result was equally delicious.
One uninspired afternoon while grocery shopping in Woolworth's we inspected a box of frozen vegetable spring rolls and found that they are vegan -- they've even got TVP inside. So we got a box. We also picked up a pack of sweet chilli tofu nuggets, reduced to clear. And with some brown rice in the fridge, we made Japanese Rice Balls. The result was a delicious plate of little snacks that left us feeling more than satisfied.
This time, with garlic bread-stuffed tomatoes and beetroot & sweet potato wedges. Though the photo kind of suxors, the food itself was amazingly delicious.
Edited, because I'm a dweeb and posted the wrong photo. Here is the one I originally posted, of the fu-scram. Obviously this is gnocchi, garlic bread and corn fritters -- NOT tofu scramble. This has been fixed!