Sunday, August 15, 2010

Delicious Knishes!

I love making these......delicious knishes, using left over mashed potatoes, and spinach, and Sunshine Burgers. You can use any of your favorite Sunshine Burgers and I used the Sunshine Breakfast Patties. The dough for the knishes is biscuit dough. For convenience you can use the all natural refrigerated biscuit dough in the tube by Immaculate. If you want to avoid wheat or dairy you can take your favorite biscuit recipe and sub millet flour for wheat flour and change the milk and butter to vegan choices. Arrowhead Mills makes great millet flour.
To get started, roll each biscuit into a seven inch circle on a floured surface.
Scoop some mashed potatoes that have been mixed with some veggies in the middle of the circle. You can add some Daiya cheese on top of the potatoes and some Organicville Ketchup and then top with a defrosted Sunshine Burger. Pull the outer edges of the biscuit dough over the burger to enclose the knish. Turn them over and place on a cookie sheet. Cut some air holes in the top and bake in a preheated 375 degree oven till browned, about 25 to 30 minutes. They look so awesome when they come out of the oven....Nice!

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Everybody loves Enchiladas!!!!

Here's a real easy way to make really tasty enchiladas. Defrost some South West Sunshine Burgers. Each Sunshine Burger makes two good sized Enchiladas. To make the filling, break as many burgers you want into a bowl and add equal parts of some left over cooked brown rice. I used Lunberg's Country Wild rice blend. Next, I opened a can of organic tomatoes and the ones by Bionatuae' are my favorite. Pour these into a skillet and add some chili powder and cumin powder and salt and pepper to taste.
Simmer for 5 minutes. Then place one "Food For Life" corn tortilla at a time to soften in the sauce and quickly take it out to add the veggie filling. Roll this up and place closed side down in a casserole dish. Repeat till you are done with the filling. Top these rolled tortillas with the tomatoes mixture from the fry pan and top with your favorite cheese or veggie cheese like Diaya. Bake at 375 degrees till browned. About 25 minutes depending on your size of your enchilada casserole.
I served these enchiladas with some salad and corn on the cob from Adams Fairacre Farms. I bought the corn at Adam's farm market when I was coming back from NY because it was right next to the airport!
Easy tasty meal........full of flavor!!!! Olay o lay!!!!!