The Heat is On

The heat is o-on.

Not that heat – this heat!

Not that heat – this heat!

This was a star ingredient in tonight’s dinner.


In a skillet I mixed:

* Two handfuls of spinach
* Handful of mung bean sprouts
* 1 Cup Frozen Broccoli
* 1/2 Cup Frozen Peas
* 2 Tbsp Soy Sauce
* 1/4 Cup Heat is On Peanut Butter
* Handful of Raisins (for sweetness)
* 1 Block Nasoya Extra Firm Tofu

The PR folks for Nasoya were nice enough to send me some coupons to try out their products. I obliged 🙂

skillet 2

I let everything cook for about 15 minutes on low heat and then added the mix to some pre-boiled whole wheat spaghetti pasta.

The results.


The heat was on. This stuff packs a punch! The raisins helped though.

Skillet 4

And the Nasoya extra firm tofu was so easy to work with. After pressing with some paper towels, it was perfect-o!

Overall a quick and easy Asian dish for our household.

And then, there was dessert….

apple pie

The grocery was completely out of Pumpkin! So I figured, this was a close second.

Geoff was skeptical, but I pushed him.
There were little bits of pie crust and “apples” throughout. Yum!

My heart still belongs to the Pumpkin though 🙂

The How to Series is back tomorrow! This week’s feature: How to Succeed on the Job.
Have fabulous nights!


By: Updated: October 26, 2009