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Dragonfly's Cheezy Kale and Brown Rice Souffle

What you need: 

2 cups cooked brown rice
large bunch of kale, chopped
1 cup coarsely shredded carrots
1 medium onion, chopped
2 cups sliced mushrooms
1 cup Dragonfly's Uncheese Mix, dry
12 oz silken tofu, well blended till smooth
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 clove or more fresh garlic (optional)
dash of curry powder

What you do: 

Lightly steam the chopped kale. You can use frozen if you don't have fresh.
While this is steaming, use a large pot to saute the carrots and onions till the onions are starting to turn clear and add the mushrooms. Saute for about 2 minutes more, remove from heat.
Make the Dragonfly's Uncheese by mixing the water and the mix over heat until thick. Remove from the heat and add the silken tofu. Stir to combine.
Add the garlic to this, if you are using additional garlic and the dash of curry powder.
In the large pot, add the kale to the other veggies and toss. Add the cooked brown rice and toss till fairly well to mixed.
Pour the sauce of the Uncheese mix and silken tofu over the veggies and rice, mix fairly well.
Turn into a greased baking dish. Bake at 350 for 25 to 30 minutes.
Enjoy.

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Servings: 
6
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

Where do I get Dragonfly's Uncheese Mix?

Here: http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=7126.0. (YUM! it's really really good-- a staple for me, since finding it!)

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Where do I get Dragonfly's Uncheese Mix?

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I'm not really sure what souffle is suppossed to taste like, or what consistancy it should have, but this was great!  I made exactly as specified, except I was low on garlic powder for the bulk cheeze mix, so I put some extra cloves of crushed garlic in with the onions, carrots, and mushrooms at the end of the saute time.  To give an idea of the consistancy, I couldn't quite decide to put the servings in a bown or on a plate, as it doen't hold it's shape when cooked, but I think that's how it is supposed to be?  You could easily use regular firm tofu if you didn't have silken or wanted a more solid consistancy.  Yum!

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I totally forgot to review this. It ROCKS! I leave out the tofu, add Sour Supreme and put a little sriracha sauce with my serving.

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This was oh so yummy and creamy. I used a larger quantity of tofu than specified, plus a gigantic bunch of kale. It was so easy to pick I got a little carried away. So mine was extra creamy and kaley!

Everybody loved it so much that out of that HUGE very filling casserole there was only one small serving left for the next day.

This stuff is SUPER FILLING by the way. A little bit goes a long way. If ever there is a time when you need energy and body fuel, EAT THIS!  ;)b

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i forgot that i made this a while back and didn't comment on it. this was wonderful :) it froze very well, too, and fed me for quite a while! thanks for the recipe! :)

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