Healthy Weeknight Meals: Corn Pudding, Soy Curls and Kale

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It’s not so much of a pudding as a casserole. :-)

I’ve been going through various cookbooks (with relatively quick/healthy recipes) and looking for recipes that I haven’t used before. This meal was built around one of them, Corn Pudding, from The Happy Herbivore Cookbook (p. 173).

As all of the Happy Herbivore recipes, this came together quickly- the only time consuming parts were chopping the onion and the actual cooking. I made a mistake with this- I forgot to add salt. I kept thinking that the recipe was a little on the bland side- until I realized my mistake. I think that would have absolutely made the dish, and I’ll probably add a bit to the leftovers as I serve them.

I had a bit of Soy Curls on the side with BBQ sauce, as well as tamari-steamed kale.

Did you know that Soy Curls are actually a whole food?

One might think they’re like TVP- just a part of the soy bean. But no, they’re actually the whole thing! So they do count as part of a whole foods meal. :-)

Tamari-steamed kale is incredibly easy- wash and tear up as much kale as you want, put it in a microwave-safe dish that can be covered (an inverted plate over a bowl is fine), and sprinkle with a little tamari. Zap in the microwave for about a minute or so, and you’re done!

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3 Responses to Healthy Weeknight Meals: Corn Pudding, Soy Curls and Kale

  1. Looks tasty. I didn’t know that about soy curls, (not that I’ve ever had soy curls but I do hear about them a lot) I always presumed they were like VP.
    :-)

  2. jessy says:

    that’s one plate of awesome you’ve got go’n on! i loooove bbq soy curls and i also tend to pair them with greens. so yum! also delicious – corn pudding. i haven’t had it in ages. thanks for the tasty reminder!

  3. jodie says:

    Your comment is being removed because it fails to make any sense in the English language. If you needs to say something in another language that makes sense, you are more than welcome to do so.

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