Wednesday, March 24, 2010
I just love these things. For me, they're one of the best things from this book. Unfortunately, my husband has "issues" with the texture, which is one of the things I love best about them.
The resultant texture is a balance of soft, spongy and meaty. They can be a bit "chewy" but again, that's something I really enjoy. Having to work for food makes it taste better.
And they're super easy to make.
I've made these several times and my favorite adaptation, as seen in the picture, is to brush some barbecue sauce on them after they're fried up. Deliiiiiciouuuuuuuuuuuus.
We paired this with the Prospect Park Potato Salad along with the suggested roasted asparagus.
Price: $4-$5 (nice!)
Difficulty: Simplicity city for the cutlets themselves, but when also making the potato salad and asparagus it trends it more toward the "not so bad" category.
Cleanup: Easy for the cutlets only, "I'd rather be watching TV right now" for the entire meal.
This recipe is on page 133 of Veganomicon.