Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Awesome Stir-Fry Dinner


My fiancee made a great meal last night for dinner. It was a stir-fry with wild rice, tons of veggies, and chickpea gluten puffs. She made the chickpea gluten puffs from the Veganomicon recipe for chickpea cutlets.

The chickpea gluten puffs were so good!

I love wild rice. It's totally worth the $7/pound and long cook time (about an hour). Have you ever had wild rice? If not, I suggest trying it. You can find it in the bulk section at Whole Foods and probably at your local health food store.

What'd you have for dinner?

10 comments:

Jennifer said...

I love wild rice! It IS worth the money and cooking time.

I've never had chickpea gluten puffs (or seen them either). Are they similar in flavor or texture to anything else?

I had a sweet potato, black bean and spinach quesadilla last night. I've already blogged about it though, didn't think my readers wanted to hear about a repeat......

Billy said...

Yea, wild rice is amazing. It's my favorite rice.

The consistency is mostly wheat gluten. I don't really know what else it tastes like. It's really good, though.

I just commented on your blog as well. :)

Veggie said...

Your dinner looks good, I like your idea to add the chickpea puffs to a stir-fry.

I love wild rice mixed with brown rice and then made into a casserole of some sort.

I just noticed that you linked the word vegan from your profile to the wiki entry.
that's cute.

Anke said...

We had a potato gratin and panfried tempeh I marinated in shoyu, hot sauce, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, ginger and cumin. Very succulent, I loved it. Now back to some reading for my economics class... :-)

Billy said...

Veggie: Thanks. My fiancee gets the credit for the dinner idea. And, that casserole sounds really good. I love rice. I'm about to have leftovers for lunch.

Anke: That's sounds really good. Eating that sounds much more enjoyable that economics. I took a year of econ...yuck. :)

Vegan_Noodle said...

chickpea gluten puffs... love the name! I need to eat wild rice more often, just bummed that it takes awhile.

Last night was leftovers for us... more colcannon and sauteed apples. Probably still enough for tonight too!

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

Woah-- we both posted about wild rice! Great vegan minds think alike!

Billy said...

Haha, yes we do. :)

missblueberry said...

Looks great! Cheers to your lady.

bean_mix said...

I had vegan 2 minute noodles.
All class here
I blame my incredible laziness/lack of time. Usually I skip meals (naughty naughty) but I am trying to increase my food variety (and quantity >.<)
I'd like to try wild rice but am skeptical about the flavour