Anyway, half way through the cooking I thought of sharing so I didn't take pics of the onions going in, (1 medium cut in half moons), and 3 or 4 cloves of garlic, (I really don't remember ... just until I looked right), 1 1/2 stalks of celery cut in batons, and almost a whole green, (incredibly sweet I started to eat it raw), cut into sticks pepper. I tossed in a few tablespoons of my cajun mix ... ok, not really mine. I should have looked at this recipe before I began cooking but didn't. I didn't add the tomatoes, didn't think of using filé, didn't make a roux but used a buerre manie instead. I deglazed with Chardonney and let it reduce a bit much then added a bunch of veggie stock I always keep on hand.
I started my soaking of the soy curls and before I added them gave them a really good hard squeeze. Of course I couldn't find my Tofu Press!!! [arggggh]
It turned out to be a tasty dish of sauteed veggies with soy curls as the protein. Here are the pics.
|Onions, garlic, peppers, celery and soy curls.|
|Flour mixed with Earth Balance.|
|Chiffonade of Bok Choy. Doesn't taste really good raw so I added a little more broth, mixed it in and covered it so it would steam. That diluted it a bit so I added more Cajun Seasoning. Perfect.|
|Should say Nola, not Nolo. Regardless, it's a great go to blend.|
|For Baby Bear|
|For Mama Bear|
|and of course, some for Papa Bear.|