4/6/10

Delicious Leftovers


Just a quickie! With all the amazing food leftover from Passover I made a few delicious things: namely, matzoh brei from Vegan Brunch and a simple chocolate mousse from the leftover Cote'd'Or chocolate and silken tofu. (Melt chocolate+ add to blended tofu + a little coffee or vanilla.) Was great to spend a lazy day after passover messing around the house, leisurely cleaning up, listening to music, and munching on food with my friend Ted. The mousse was pretty decadent, but I must say I was completely knocked out by the Matzoh Brei. Everything Isa touches turns to gold! It's such a perfect breakfast with some coffee and orange juice.. worth keeping matzoh around all year for!

9 comments:

Naomi Rose said...

I HAVE to try that brunch recipe, sounds so good!!

Bianca said...

I've been wanting to that matzoh brie. I'm not Jewish, and Isa's books have pretty much been my first introduction into Jewish eats. I tried matzoh ball soup for the first time from Vegan with a Vengeance and it was awesome.

jessy said...

gotta love a lazy day that's filled with such delicious leftovers. those are the best! i still don't have vegan brunch and now i want to try Isa's matzoh brei! the mousse sounds fantastical and it looks so yummy, T. mmmmmmmmmmm!

shellyfish said...

Leftovers are my favourite! No work, only goodness. I've been wanting to try that Vegan Brunch recipe, sounds yummy.

The Voracious Vegan said...

Leftovers are the best, and yours look SO fantastic!

Hannah said...

Great idea! Ah, now I'm craving chocolate mousse...!

lazysmurf said...

I almost made that matzoh brie over the weekend and than didn't now I am really excited to!

Trinity (of haiku tofu) said...

That mousse looks awesome. I've never made tofu mousse before- I'm on it!

Jill said...

Yum! The chocolate mouse sounds delicious. I just had a piece of chocolate mouse pie with a coconut crust and it was fantastic!