Admittedly, this lunch was a little weird. I neglected to take a picture of last night's dinner featuring yet another yummy Casa de Luz sauce, so you get to see it yummifying some, perhaps incongruous (tofu, steamed cauliflower, and spaghetti squash), stuff I ate for lunch. Casa's suggested use is on braised greens and any kind of grain too. Pepita Sauce is yet another good all round and easy to make condiment from Casa's repertoire.
One thing I'll mention is that after tasting the sauce, I knew I didn't want to add any salt to the veggies during cooking. Think of the sauce as your salt...you likely won't want any extra.
(Casa de Luz)
1 cup unroasted, unsalted pepitas (pumpkin seeds)
1 clove garlic
1 tsp. oregano (I used milder Greek oregano)
1 Tbs. flax oil (I used canola)
2 tsp. shoyu (I used reduced-sodium tamari...be careful this doesn't get too salty for you)
1 Tbs. ume vinegar
1 cup filtered water
Pan-roast pumkin sees in a stainless steel skillet, stirring constantly. Remove from heat when seeds are lightly browned, puffed, fragrant, and sound slightly hollow when stirred. Place roasted seeds and remaining ingredients in blender, mix well, and serve.