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tofu quiche

the Asocial Ape

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i made this last night. most of the stuff i make is for multiple meals. i do it that way so i don't have to cook every night.


any way. here it is. it's not insanely delicious or anything, but i think it tastes good, it's easy to make, it fills you up, and it's pretty cheap.



4.5 C flour (white or whole wheat is fine)

1.5 tsp salt

2 Tbsp sugar (the sugar seems to be important for some reason, but it would be better if you could get rid of it)

1.5 C oil

6 Tbsp unflavored, unsweetened soy milk

1/4 cup nutritional yeast


mix all the dry ingredients together

add the wet ingredients and mix it with a fork until it gets crumbly


crumble it up in a 10" pie pan and press it onto the bottom and sides


bake it at 450° F for 10-12 minutes.



preheat oven to 375


bag of fresh spinach

6 C crumbled firm tofu

6 tsp oil

3 lemons worth of lemon juice

6 Tbs soy sauce or braggs

6 Tbs oil

2 C unflavored, unsweetened soy milk

2 onions or leeks, chopped fine, caramelized

4 or 5 cloves garlic, crushed

1 Tbs crushed red pepper

1 tsp paparika

~1/2 tsp salt

1/2 or more nutritional yeast (i add like a cup)


carmelize the onions or leeks in the oil, and when it's almost done, toss in the garlic and red pepper

wilt the spinach in a covered sauce pan


blend the tofu and soymilk


in a bowl, mix everything together - tofu/soymilk, onions, paparika, salt, yeast, spinach, &c.


fill up the three pie crusts, spin them to level the filling and get it to the edges.

bake at 375 for 50 minutes, or until the top is golden brown.

let them sit for about twenty minutes to firm up whyen you take them out.

good cold the next day.


you can add extra stuff - fake sausage, fake ground beef, whatever. other veggie are good too.

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