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Meal Detail

 

Dinner

Jameson Tempeh with Sweet & Sour Cabbage & Colcannon

 


  • Hard
  • Medium
  • Easy

Prep
Difficulty
Easy

1 hour

Time
Estimate
1 hour

Marinate the tempeh. Prepare the cabbage. At any point, while the cabbage slowly melts- the potatoes can be prepared, just keep them warm. Sear the tempeh 20 minutes before serving.


Recipes for this Meal


Spring
Photo of Sweet & Sour Cabbage
  • Easy
  • Medium
  • Hard
Sweet & Sour Cabbage

Cabbage, apples & onions are slowly simmered until they fall apart with spices & a touch of vinegar. Here are directions for making it on a stove-top, but a pressure cooker will cut the time in half. A crockpot will increase the time, but then you can go out shopping or leave the house while it melts into sweet & sour submission.


Winter
Photo of Whiskey Soaked Tempeh
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Whiskey Soaked Tempeh

If you love whiskey and appreciate tempeh, you will enjoy them boozy-style. The longer the tempeh has to soak the more dense they will become with the marinade. They are simply seared after that, so they do contain a bite of alcohol, making this an adult-friendly dish.


Winter
Photo of Kale Mashers (aka Colcannon)
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Kale Mashers (aka Colcannon)

This traditional Irish dish of mixing kale into mashed potatoes is known as Colcannon. Try yukon gold for the creamiest mashed potatoes, although russet or red will work too. Skip peeling if you like the little extra flavor peels provide. Use olive oil and broth instead of the dairy options to make this vegan.