>Vegan MoFo Day Sixteen: Hominy and Waffles

>This morning, I made waffles. I don’t think I have ever actually made them myself. I have fond memories of my dad making them, but I haven’t had home-made waffles in years. The recipe was the Ginger Pear Waffles from Vegan With a Vengeance. They were awesome. I have a ton of leftovers, and will be happily eating them for the rest of the week.

Last night, for dinner, I made a hominy casserole recipe that my gramma gave to me. It looked like it was going to be great. I was excited. It ended up being not so great.

I am giving you the recipe, because I think it has potential. The red is what I will do differently next time.

2 cans hominy, drained
1/2C butter I’m just going to leave it out next time
1/2 can drained, chopped chilies I used a whole can, and I will again next time
1C tofutti’s Better than Sour Cream I’ll just use 1/2C next time
1/2C vegan milk Leaving this out next time too
1C your favourite vegan cheese – I used Daiya
Salt and Pepper to taste
I think maybe next time I’ll add some greens or something too.

Mix together in a casserole dish. Bake at 350* for 35-40 minutes.

The recipe, as is, ended up being practically a soup. Very rich, kinda gross soup.

I saved the leftovers though. I’m going to bake a potato tonight, and I’ll reheat a bit of this and pile it on top – I think it’ll be okay.

Over a baked potato, this was alright. Its really, really rich. If i do it again, I’ll try it with a layer of mashed potato over the top of the casserole.


About Kelly

Vegan blogger, foodie, yarn junkie, novice gardener, shoe hater.

Posted on November 17, 2010, in hominy, Vegan Mofo 2010, Vegan With a Vengeance, waffles. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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