When I was growing up, my mom often fed us easy, quick, affordable meals. This is one I loved and missed since becoming a vegetarian. It doesn't really have a name but it's delicious.
It begins by sauteing and slightly carmelizing some diced onions. Once they are browned a little, add in some diced tomatoes, followed by minced jalapenos. All cooking together on low/med heat. Once the flavors have married, about 3 minutes, add chopped soydogs to the pan, a little water or veggie stock and cover. Reduce to low and cook for 10 more minutes, stirring occasionally. Soydogs should be soft to the touch when done - Do Not Overcook. They taste terrible if you do (Hi, my name is elizabeth and I've done this...several times). I found that adding the water helps stream them quickly and efficiently. And presto, my favorite childhood meal.
I serve with Mexican cream and cheese on the side. I also like to add cilantro right before eating. Makes for great tacos, burritos, or on its own. Enjoy!
P.S. Jalapeno is optional, I didn't add it in the last time, thinking my daughter was going to eat some. I caramelized the onions instead to add more flavor to the already scrumptious meal.