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New recipes for the New year

Posted Jan 06 2011 1:11pm
In the spirit of the New Year, I tackled some new recipes this week. You know how my family loves that, right? I attempted Chicken Paprikash which I had never made before. I also realized while eating it, I had never even eaten it before. So I had to ask Brian how it was. He said it was good, but not great. I assume that's because I used regular paprika and not Hungarian paprika. Duh. My bad. But all in all it was pretty good. Here are the pix from that dish.

 


with chicken
 my plate without chicken-'noodle paprikash' I guess

And last night I attempted something I've been wanting to try for quite some time, the vegetarian equivalent of meatloaf. I made Angela's Ultimate Vegan Lentil Walnut Loaf . I really liked it.
Others made comments such as: 'I don't like nuts in my food', 'This sauce on top is too spicy', 'This sauce on top is too sweet', 'Are there nuts in this? You know I don't like nuts'. So I guess it went over like a lead balloon. BUT I liked it and since they all still like their meatloaf, I now have something for me when they have theirs. 
Every year for D's birthday I make his favorite meal, meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans & corn. I make the meatloaf in the shape of his age. I've been doing it for years. I don't think my loaf will number shaped though.
Next time I will double this recipe (even though it made 2 loaves) for the freezer. There are a lot of steps! I also will process the walnuts instead of just chopping them, so they are a bit finer & I didn't add raisins, just a little extra grated apple. I also just winged it on the seasonings as usual and made my own sauce for the top (V8 juice, BBQ sauce, balsamic vinegar). 
onions, carrots, apple, celery flax egg I have no parchment so I used foil to line I also couldn't find my other glass loaf pan, so I used the foil disposable kind
 over mashed potatoes

I thought about making a vegetable for the side and realized this thing is chock full of vegetable goodness! Of course you can never have too many, I think. If you're feeling adventurous, try it-I think you'll like it! I see a vegan loaf sandwich in my future!


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