Greek Lemon Soy Curls and Potatoes

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Last night I was trying to think of what to make for dinner. When I can’t decide, I try to narrow it down – which ethnicity? which ingredients? comfort food or healthy? saucy or not sauce? Yesterday, I was feeling like Butler Foods soy curls but not saucy. Not a stew or soup. I wanted lemon and then I thought why not go Greek?

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Greek flavors are some of my favorites – citron, origan, ail. It’s a trifecta of flavors. The dish I made is a simple one of soy curls marinaded in lemon juice, garlic and oregano and then fried in a skillet. I added some green olives and some of the brine as well.

I fried a couple of the lemon slices in the pan. There was a time when I thought I hated lemon and wouldn’t touch it. Now I love lemon and if you’ve never eaten a browned, fried slice of lemon, let me tell you, c'est délicieux.

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Sur le côté, lemon-roasted potatoes and steamed broccoli.

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Topping it all is a vinaigrette made with lemon juice, oregano and garlic. The same three flavors in each component of the dish.

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This was a simple dish but so filled with flavor and definitely a favorite. It’s perfect for a weekday dinner and doesn’t take a lot of ingredients. I think you’ll like it too. Opa!

Greek Lemon Soy Curls and Potatoes

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Pour la marinade:

Juice of one large lemon

3 gousses d'ail, hachées

1 Tbs. dried Greek oregano

½ cuillère à café. sel casher

¼ c. poivre noir

Vegetable broth

1 paquet Butler Soy Curls

Pour les pommes de terre:

4 grandes pommes de terre Russet, scrubbed and cut into wedges

2 c. la poudre d'ail

2 c. origan séché

Zeste d'un citron

Cuisine pulvérisation d'huile

Sel casher à déguster

Pour le plat:

Huile végétale, pour la friture

2 Tbs. green olives plus brine

1 citron, cut into slices

Jus d' 2 citrons

1 c. origan séché

1 c. la poudre d'ail

Sel casher et poivre au goût

3 Tbs. huile d'olive extra-vierge

De persil frais, haché pour la garniture

Combine the ingredients for the marinade in a large bowl. Empty the soy curls into the bowl. Make sure there is enough liquid to cover them. Dans le cas contraire, ajouter un peu de bouillon. Let marinate for 20 minutes minimum. Drain and squeeze out any excess liquid from the soy curls. Pat sec.

Préchauffer le four à 400 degrés. Toss the potato wedges with garlic powder, oregano and lemon zest. Arrange in a single layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Spray with cooking oil and roast for 20 minutes. Flip the potatoes, adding more cooking oil spray if desired, and roast another 20 minutes or until the potatoes are golden-brown and crisp-tender. Remove from the oven and season with salt to taste.

While the potatoes are roasting, heat a large pan over medium-high heat. Add a few spoons of vegetable oil to the pan and add the soy curls to the pan. Fry until the soy curls are browned and crisp on both sides, sur 10-12 minutes au total. Add the olives and lemon slices to the pan along with some of the brine from the jar and toss to mix with the soy curls. Cook until the lemon slices are browned. Retirer du feu.

Make the vinaigrette by combining the lemon juice, ail, origan, sel et poivre. Mix in the olive oil and taste for seasoning adjustments.

Serve the potatoes and soy curls on each plate along with a few lemon slices. Spoon the lemon vinaigrette over the potatoes and soy curls. Garnir de persil frais, si on le désire.

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Greek Lemon Soy Curls and Potatoes
Auteur: 
Type de recette: Entrée
Cuisine: Grecque
 
Ingrédients
  • Pour la marinade:
  • Juice of one large lemon
  • 3 gousses d'ail, hachées
  • 1 Tbs. dried Greek oregano
  • ½ cuillère à café. sel casher
  • ¼ c. poivre noir
  • Vegetable broth
  • 1 package Butler Soy Curls
  • Pour les pommes de terre:
  • 4 grandes pommes de terre Russet, scrubbed and cut into wedges
  • 2 c. la poudre d'ail
  • 2 c. origan séché
  • Zeste d'un citron
  • Cuisine pulvérisation d'huile
  • Sel casher à déguster
  • Pour le plat:
  • Huile végétale, pour la friture
  • 2 Tbs. green olives plus brine
  • 1 citron, cut into slices
  • Jus d' 2 citrons
  • 1 c. origan séché
  • 1 c. la poudre d'ail
  • Sel casher et poivre au goût
  • 3 Tbs. huile d'olive extra-vierge
  • De persil frais, haché pour la garniture
Instructions
  1. Pour les boucles de soja: combine the ingredients for the marinade in a large bowl. Empty the soy curls into the bowl. Make sure there is enough liquid to cover them. Dans le cas contraire, ajouter un peu de bouillon. Let marinate for 20 minutes minimum. Drain and squeeze out any excess liquid from the soy curls. Pat sec.
  2. Préchauffer le four à 400 degrés. Toss the potato wedges with garlic powder, oregano and lemon zest. Arrange in a single layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Spray with cooking oil and roast for 20 minutes. Flip the potatoes, adding more cooking oil spray if desired, and roast another 20 minutes or until the potatoes are golden-brown and crisp-tender. Remove from the oven and season with salt to taste.
  3. While the potatoes are roasting, heat a large pan over medium-high heat. Add a few spoons of vegetable oil to the pan and add the soy curls to the pan. Fry until the soy curls are browned and crisp on both sides, sur 10-12 minutes au total. Add the olives and lemon slices to the pan along with some of the brine from the jar and toss to mix with the soy curls. Cook until the lemon slices are browned. Retirer du feu.
  4. Make the vinaigrette by combining the lemon juice, ail, origan, sel et poivre. Mix in the olive oil and taste for seasoning adjustments.
  5. Serve the potatoes and soy curls on each plate along with a few lemon slices. Spoon the lemon vinaigrette over the potatoes and soy curls. Garnir de persil frais, si on le désire.

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5 Les réponses à Greek Lemon Soy Curls and Potatoes

  1. Robert Harris Décembre 12, 2015 à 11:21 pm #

    The Greek Lemon soy curls are amazing! Good job Rhea!

  2. MaryEllen@VNutrition Octobre 16, 2015 à 9:43 sur #

    This recipe looks delicious! Je adore les boucles de soja. I’m going to have to try this soon because I always make mine the same – this will be a great new way to flavor them.

    • Rhea Novembre 17, 2015 à 10:14 pm #

      I’m working on 100 soy curl recipes so you’ll never get bored Mary Ellen xoxo

  3. Avery Octobre 8, 2015 à 4:58 pm #

    I picked up some soy curls today & ne peut pas attendre de les essayer. FYI, in all of the great state of Louisiana, the soy curls can only be found in ONE place. It’s called the The Vegetarian Shop. There is no sign or shingle. It is inside on a church & if you didn’t know it was there, you would not know it is there. The shop is the size of a walk in closet but I still managed to spend $60.00. I got soy curls though. I’ll keep you posted on my review.

    • Rhea Novembre 17, 2015 à 10:17 pm #

      SCORE!!


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