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Yummy Garlic Soy Curls

 I finally tried soy curls!  They are not available to us locally-- and I do like to buy my groceries locally-- so I ended up ordering them.  

I topped two pizzas and made 3 sandwiches for about $7.50 CAD using about $4.50 of Soy Curls product for the 2 pizzas and maybe $1 of soy curls for each sandwich.  

They are a whole food and non-GMO.  I didn't count in the cost of other ingredients, but I don't see them as being too dear when considering they were a nutritious part of six meals. 

They were easy to put together and delicious! 


Ingredients: (makes 2 cups)

4 ounces/ 1/2 8-oz. Bag Soy Curls

1 1/2 cups hot/boiling water

1 tablespoon/15 ml soya sauce

1 teaspoon/ 3.28 g garlic powder

Extra virgin coconut oil

2 tablespoons/11  g  nutritional yeast

Fine sea salt


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METHOD for making Garlicky Soy Curls:

  1. Put the soy curls in a small bowl and pour the boiling water over them. Drain off the water in 10 minutes and press down with paper towels in the bowl until excess water is absorbed
  2. Add soya sauce and garlic to bowl and toss.
  3. In a hot wok, add 1 tablespoon of the oil and the soy curls.  Cook, stirring, for 10 + minutes The soy curls will turn golden brown and chewy.  If more oil is needed, add a little more.  Add nutritional yeast, coating completely and continuing to stir and cook until nutritional yeast has been absorbed.
  4. Add salt to your taste
  5. Soy curls are now ready to be a topping for pizza, in a salad or sandwich.  Keep leftovers in the fridge in a covered container.
This recipe is based on.a recipe in Vegan Pizza:50 Cheesy Crispy Healthy Recipes

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Bonus#1:Delicious Recipe for Teriyaki Soy Curls with Red Bell Pepper and Pineapple (From Healthier Steps with Michelle Blackwood.)

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