More than Mushrooms: Eating Vegetarian - A Community Blog

After years of dealing with well-meaning relatives and restaurants with no veggie-friendly options but salad and gigantic Portobello mushrooms, Rebecca is excited to share her hard-won recipes, nutrition tips and restaurant dining advice with both fellow herbivorous and omnivorous Central PAers alike.

Eating Vegetarian with Polenta!

Written by Becky Cecala, Community blogger | Jul 16, 2014 10:54 AM

Until we recently shopped at the fantastic establishment that is Trader Joe's, I had forgotten that I liked polenta.  We saw it in the refrigerator case a grabbed a couple of tubes.  I can attest to the fact that it's a particularly yummy and mouth-friendly meal if you're recovering from any kind of dental procedure.

After slicing, packaged polenta can be cooked in the microwave, oven, or on the stovetop.  Some olive oil is required for the latter two options.  I prefer the taste you get from heating the polenta up in a frying pan with a little oil and some sliced onions. Then I pour some heated tomato sauce over it and sprinkle on some Parmesan cheese before eating.  The beautiful thing about polenta, though, is that you can flavor and dress it pretty much anyway you like.

While I'm looking forward to eating crunchy foods again, this temporary soft food diet really isn't so bad!  

Photo by Becky Cecala
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  • lukashik img 2016-02-10 01:04

    Polenta is a popular Italian dish made from corn. But it is popular in Italy, but we often unfairly forget corn grits, and nothing of it do not prepare. A very good reason! Vegetarian polenta with vegetables suitable for a vegetarian menu and diet food. For example, it is possible to prepare phases of consolidation and stabilization of the Dukan diet. From corn flour to prepare delicious corn tortillas, I advise you to try. Showbox

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