What did we bring to our #MeatlessMonday potluck party this time?
Here we go!
They are made of konyaku, I was amazed how close the texture and taste to real sashimi.
Vegetarian yakitori including mock beef and mock sausages.
Tangy cold noodles salad. Glass noodles and shredded vegetables in sesame oil & vinegars.
Vegetarian pork chop - again, really close to the real deal. I was completely shocked.
To go with the pork chop cutlet, I made this.
Vegetable Japanese curry.
It went really well with the vegetarian pork chop.
I generally have no access to mock meat, so I try to make do without.
The curry has carrot, potatoes, baby corn, broccoli, and mushrooms. Very colorful!
I used my favourite S&B Japanese curry cubes.
Oh, actually I can't take any credits for this. My wonderful helper did it, I simply gave her instructions ;)
Soft tofu with vegetarian "meat floss"
Soy sauce konyaku noodles with mock shrimps.
Cold spinach side dish.
Blanched spinach with soy sauce, black vinegar, manuka honey, sesame oil.
Beansprouts spicy side dish.
Blanched beansprouts, spicy 7 spice powder, sesame oil, soy sauce, salt and pepper.
And the star of the show...
Cream cheese & cream & melted toblerone on chocolate crust, topped with shaved toblerone.
There is no way it is no
Who says meatless means not good (or must be healthy?)?
We're having a break next week because Mid Autumn Festival Holiday.
'Til next time~!