SoyBoy spinach ravioli is very tasty. Here it is with sauce from a jar (Newman’s Organics, I think) and red peppers. This is actually a great way to get some of those veggies in. I use the stop light pepper strips from Trader Joe’s- pour a bunch of them, frozen, into a nonstick skillet and cook them (stirring frequently) until all of the water is gone (the water from the frozen peppers themselves. Don’t add any water). By then they should be sticking to the pan a bit and getting a little brown. Now pour some balsamic vinegar over them and stir quickly for a moment, then take it off the heat (the vinegar will be gone, absorbed int the peppers). You’re left with a sweet, almost crisp veggie that you can throw over a number of different dishes, or serve on the side.
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