Pesto, Kalamata Olives, Roasted Red Peppers, Fresh Basil
I did some cooking for the week. It is so nice to have most of our food prepared. Basically, I only need to make a salad and veggies and maybe rice or pasta to get a good dinner on the table. I baked a sauted a bunch of seitan, some of the breasts were baked in Chipotle Citrus BBQ sauce that I had in the freezer. No pic of those. I sauted some strips of seitan for wraps and made 5 wrap sandwiches for the kids and husband to grab for lunches if they want. The seitan wrap sandwiches are delicious. We sell them at Cafe Indigo as well as A Market in Manchester, NH and Granite Foods Natural Foods in Concord, NH. Unfortunately, my battery died and I don't have a pic of them, but they are delicious. It's my homemade turkey style seitan sauted and topped with a delicious, smoky aioli mustard sauce, spring mix, cukes, onions, shredded carrots and tomatoes all wrapped up in a tortilla. So good.