A great winter meal is vegetarian egg rolls, using a food processor to chop up veggies (Chinese cabbage, carrots, water chestnuts, bean sprouts, etc.), sautéing them with chopped firm tofu.
We received so many great recipe ideas from our Winter Warm Up Facebook contest. Reading through all the comments made us super hungry. Here are some of the great recipes that were shared with us.
From Giovanna L.
“A great winter meal is vegetarian egg rolls, using a food processor to chop up veggies (Chinese cabbage, carrots, water chestnuts, bean sprouts, etc.), sautéing them with chopped firm tofu. Drain excess water after sautéing. Then add these ingredients to egg roll wrappers and fry using a combination of organic olive oil and sesame oil. Serve with organic short grain brown rice, organic soy sauce and duck sauce. We make extra, freeze them, and put them under the broiler after thawed. Great mid-week meal!”
From Franny E.
“Miso Soup, sauté onions, garlic, ginger, add hot water or broth, simmer carrots, celery, and potatoes until soft. Add cubed tofu and Hijiki (seaweed). At the end, add bean thread noodles and miso to taste. Delicious and good for fighting winter germs.”
From Colleen S.
“Crockpot Scalloped Ham and Potatoes, just cut up cooked ham, slice white or red potatoes, add 1 can cream of mushroom soup, seasoning to taste. Cook on low for 8 hours. If you want, sprinkle with cheddar cheese when served.”
From Heidi B.
“Chicken Posole Verde. It’s so yummy! I also like to add fresh cabbage, it adds a nice crunch.”
From Suparna C.
“Slow cooker chicken enchilada soup! Makes the entire house smell great as well!”
From Julie P.
“Smitten Kitchen pumpkin bread pudding! Bust it out in the fall, and keeps you going all winter long! Breakfast, brunch, snack, dessert…”
From Marly T.
“Ina Garten—Winter Minestrone Soup!”
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