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Farmgirl Tofu Chile Sofritas


Our friend Dana Slatkin, who blogs as the Beverly Hills Farmgirl about healthy cooking and living, has embraced the idea of “Home-Cooked Sundays” in a recent post on The Huffington Post:

“The one day of my week that’s not booked solid, Sundays are my favorite time to peruse a farmers market, stock up for the week ahead, and linger in the kitchen. Armed with plenty of unprocessed ingredients and some tasty, reliable recipes, I recruit whoever’s willing and get cooking.”

Visit The Huffington Post for the recipe for Dana’s Farmgirl Tofu Chile Sofritas.

” … Sofritas (“sautéed” in Spanish) is a hearty Mexican stew that’s packed with chiles and spices. This hearty vegan version, served over brown rice or quinoa, inside a taco shell, or nestled into a breakfast burrito along with guacamole and cheese, makes a scrumptious meatless meal in a snap.”

Home-Cooked Sundays: Farmgirl Tofu Chile Sofritas (photo courtesy The Veganroad)


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