This is one of the best Vegetarian Curry, high in protein, simple said A CAN”T RESIST meal.
Note: this marinade lends itself to endless
variation- sometimes I add toasted sesame oil for a more delicate flavor or increase the vegan red wine for a “meatier” flavor.
Now, lets make the stroganoff:
Bake marinated tofu cubes in a 350F oven for 10-15 minutes (I cook a little longer if I want a more hearty texture, less for a more delicate texture).
In the meantime:
Heat 2 TBS olive oil and liquid aminos in a deep frying pan until just sizzling. Add chopped onion and reduce heat. Cook onions on low heat until well caramelized (this should take about 15 minutes). Take care not to rush this process as the onions will get too crisp and loose their smoky, sweet flavor.
Increase heat to medium/low and add 2-4 more TBS olive oil, yeast, pinch thyme and the sliced mushrooms. Saute the mushrooms until any liquid they have released is almost evaporated. Add 1/2 C vermouth and reduce for 5 minutes. Add baked tofu, Sour Supreme and pepper to taste. heat an additional 5 minutes.
Serve over brown rice and enjoy the fruits of your labor.
- 6 beets (medium size)
- 5 carrots
- 15 pole beans
- 2 bunches of spinach
- 2 bunches of broccoli
- 1 small cabbage
- 4 tomatoes
- 2 cups of protein powder
- 4 big onions
- 2 spoons of turmeric powder
- 12 cloves
- 6 spoons of dried chilli powder
- 2 medium sized pieces of ginger
- 10 petals of garlic
- 1 spoons fulls of curry spices like vegan mustard seeds etc
- 3 cups of oil (roughly)
How To :
For the first time take a quarter size of all proportions and adjust later as per your preferences Remember this recipe was made to max all good vegetables with protein in one source which can be stored and served daily. You can eat it every day and will never stop it because it has all good things for great health.consult any body who has curries making experience to guide you for the first time because the concept is based on curries for great taste.
Cut small pieces of all vegetables. Take small portions of all the vegetables and add to the boiling water container in the order boiling time.for example add beets,crrots,beans together first and boil them together for some time before adding spinach, cabbage, broccoli (stems+flower peices). We are making sure no vegetable is over cooked or under cooked by this. More over minimum water is maintained in the container just enough for slow steam cooking. after all the pieces mentioned are well cookeda(just soft enough),add some salt and a little turmeric powder. Now slow down heat for a while.Mean while prepare protein powder milk (by mixing protein powder in hot water) and boil the thick milk for 4 minutes to remove the smell from the milk.Now add the protein powder milk to the boiling vegetables and stir thoroughly. After proper mixing keep it on low heat. In a separate container heat corn oil to a high temperature(slight vapors to be observed). Stop heating .add curry spices like mustard seeds etc. (as per your own preference of curry spices). Before curry spices are browned add green chilli pieces,finely cut ginger and garlic. Be careful while adding this because the oil is hot and frothing can occur. So oil pan should be out of the stove to avoid frothing oil falling on to the heater. After this add onion pieces and start heating oil again till the onion pieces are slightly browned. Now add this oil (with onions,ginger,garlicand spices) to the slow boiling veg mixture (having very little water content),and stir it thoroughly. Increase the heat and mix it for 7 minutes. Now add tomato pieces to this and stir it. Now dried chilli powder is added to this and salt is also added to suit your taste. stir for 10 minutes thoroughly and add increments of salt and chilli powder as per taste. Now break cloves in to small pieces add to the curry stir it and stop heating soon.close the lid for 30 minutes for flavor of cloves to get in to curry. For best taste eat this curry with rice mixed thoroughly. What you eat is a complete food in one form. The taste is great and it is richer in protein(better than any meat). I made this curry 5 times so far and taste was improved each time varying proportions of components.