Tofu Tombstones and Smashed Spirits!

My boyfriend will be here in about 10-15 minutes, and I just got done making our dinner 😀 We’re going to have a spooky movie night. We may or may not carve pumpkins, but I did pick up four more today! Haha.

Tonight we’re having Tofu Tombstones, Smashed Spirits, Rotten Roasted Vegetables, and Graveyard Gravy!

The tofu was sliced into four cutlets, drained and pressed, and then cut into tombstone shapes using a cookie cutter. Then I battered and fried it, using salt, pepper, garlic powder, poultry seasoning, onion powder, and a little cayenne pepper to season the cornstarch.

The “smashed spirits” are Yukon gold potatoes, boiled until soft. Then I mashed them with some soymilk, (v) sour cream, salt, and garlic powder.

The “rotten vegetables” are carrots and red onion, roasted at 425 degrees with some vegetable oil, salt, and dried dill.

The “graveyard gravy” is water, no-chicken bouillon, soy sauce, garlic powder, sage, and cornstarch to thicken it up.

Each of our plates are adorable and look like this:

Fun! He just got here, so I’m going to go outside because he says they’re playing The Haunted Mansion ride soundtrack on some Halloween channel on his XM radio! *squeals*

Happy Halloween!

– Andrea

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4 Responses to “Tofu Tombstones and Smashed Spirits!”

  1. Mo Says:

    These are too, too cute!

  2. Jojo Says:

    That’s so cool! I’m totally stealing that idea for next Halloween!

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