I found this cool idea in a Martha Stewart Magazine and with my collection of blank rocks I decided to make some rock signs of my own. All you need is a rock and colored markers. I used Sharpie Permanent Markers to write on my rocks. I place them in areas where guest’ s can easily see them. This is a whimsical way to point out what is not allowed in your domain!
Here is my version for Vegetarian Stroganoff that I came up with after seeing a picture of Beef Stroganoff in a magazine. I replaced the beef with Seitan because it has a meaty texture that can mimick beef and I added broccoli and carrots to make it more healthy. You can find Seitan and the Vegetarian Gravy at Whole Food’s Market and most Food Stores. Trader Joe’s sells Beefless Strips which can also be used in this dish. You can also find Vegetarian Gravy at your local supermarket, look for mushroom gravy in a can, read the ingredients to make sure no animal products are used. If you can’t find the gravy you can always make your own. I will post a recipe real soon.
- One package of Seitan
- 1 cup of broccoli
- 1/2 cup chopped carrots
- 1/2 cup diced onions
- packaged vegetarian gravy
- Oil to stir fry
Cook Noodles according to package directions
Stir Fry Seitan in lightly oiled large pan with onions, broccoli and carrots
prepare gravy according to package directions
Drain and rinse noodles
Add noodles to Seitan Mixture and mix.
Add gravy to noodles