Soy sauce? Soy milk? Soy beans?
Tonite Mr. Amazing made a tasty mistake. I wrote the recipe for him in shorthand. I just wrote down as much of the ingredient's name as I thought was necessary. I stupidly thought that he would understand it. Guess not. Instead of soy MILK he used soy SAUCE. We had a conversation earlier today about soy milk going into the stroganoff. I assumed that he would understand I was calling for soy milk.
|1 cup Plain Soy = Soy Milk!|
Well, it actually came out amazing. So I've edited the recipe to reflect the mistake.
See all those pieces of mushrooms and yummy noodles? I actually made egg noodles to go with the sauce. The rest of the family ate the noodles, I put my stroganoff over a sweet potato. 'Mmmmmmm!
adapted from Engine 2 Diet
1 large yellow onion, chopped
16 ounces white mushrooms, sliced
2 T minced garlic
4 T flour
2 T balsamic vinegar
2 T soy sauce
½ c Soy milk
16 ounces cooked whole wheat noodles
- Cook the onions until semi-soft
- Add the mushrooms and garlic and cook until soft
- Whisk the flour in and stir until it's evenly distributed
- Pour in the vinegar, soy sauce and soy milk.
- Stir until the sauce thickens.
- Serve over noodles
Have you ever made a mistake like that? Used the wrong ingredient? How did it come out?