Somehow we still have plenty of leftover side dishes from Shabbat, so now I need to be sure we use them up! They were all warmed in a meat oven, but we don't really eat meat during the week...
I still have some tofu in the fridge... I have a feeling this is going to be a mis-matched meal (in a big way!) but sometimes that works out best because there may actually be enough variety to please even my pickiest child! (sigh. I wish my picky children would stop being picky...)
Here's what's on the way to the table:
Sloppy Sams served in pitot - drain, crumble, and season tofu. Brown in a cast iron frying pan with onions, peppers and whatever else you like to add. Season with tomato paste, sugar, vinegar, and spices to your liking.
Carrot Kugel - leftover from Shabbat
Potato Kugel - leftover from Shabbat
Toasted Barley with Mushrooms - leftover from Shabbat
Vegetable Lo-mein - leftover from Shabbat
Cut Vegetables - carrots, cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes
What do you do when you have a bunch of leftovers?
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