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~ Vegan baking ~
Dates

In case you didn't know already:
using finely minced/chopped dried dates in a cake
gives it a caramel taste,
without having to add sugar or caramel,
which would be out of sugar anyway.

Just using about 8 dates in a cake will be sufficient.

Try it.

Eva

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~ Vegan baking ~
Banoffee Trifle Cake

You'll need:

- 1 cup of milled almonds or hazel nuts or walnuts (I use almonds)
- 1 cup milled, pitted, dried dates
- 1 banana
- custard powder, some vegan milk, some agar-agar
- some baking cocoa (can be omitted)
- for a chocolaty flavour you can also use some vegan grated chococlate
- sweetener of your choice (e.g. rice syrup, maple syrup etc.)
- 3 tablespoons coconut concentrate or 1 tin of coconut milk

Mix the milled nuts/almonds/dates together and fill into a dessert bowl, firmly pressing it in.
Now cut the banana into slices onto this bottom layer.
(You can also leave out this layer and only have banana on the custard layer instead.)

Boil the custard powder with some vegan milk and if you like some aga-agar.
However by using less milk the agar-agar can be left out.
(I just use a packet of custard powder and one/two cups of vegan milk.)
Let the custard cool off (though not necessary) then use it as the 2nd or 3rd layer.
Now place the remaining banana as a 4th layer into the bowl. Sprinkle some cocoa onto it.
Heat up the coconut concentrate gently with your choice of sweetener until it's liquid,
then pour into the bowl as the final layer.


Alternatively (and my preferred 4th layer) use the easy to make, delicious and healthy whipped cream from coconut milk.
Keep the tin of coconut milk overnight (or longer) in the fridge.
Then open it and place the content into a bowl, add your choice of sweetener and whip briefly, done.
Use as 4th layer and if you like sprinkle some of the grated chocolate on top.

Keep in the fridge for 1-2 hours or overnight or enjoy it straight away :-).

The combination of dates, banana and vanilla/cocoa provides and amazing taste explosion and is even healthy.

Enjoy.

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~ Vegan baking ~

At this time of the year lots of baking takes place all around.

Many ask however, well how could I possibly bake a vegan cake or make some vegan biscuits?
Any good cake or biscuit/cookie will only taste with eggs as well.

This is simply not correct and vegan baking is soo easy.

Most recipes don't take a lot to make them vegan:

margerine /butter =
simply replace with a vegan spread

milk =
simply replace with soya, rice, almond milk alternative

eggs =
use one of the following egg-replacements:
soya milk // soya flour // a piece of banana // some corn starch // some mineral water,
or use my most favourite alternative:
soaked linseeds
(soak 1-2 tablespoons of linseeds with some water,
after a few minutes the consistency will change to that of a whisked egg,
and it's extremely healthy as well!

Here you find some vegan biscuits and chocolates

Enjoy.

Eva

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Vegan Recipe
~ My own creation
- Courgette and kidney beans ~

This dish is very easy to make, quick, delicious and 100% healthy.

You will need:
1-2 medium sized courgettes
a can of kidney beans,
some oil,
red noble sweet paprika powder,
ramson to taste,
salt and pepper to taste.

Heat the oil in a frying pan.
Cut in the courgettes and fry for a while.
Season with red noble sweet paprika powder, ramson and salt and pepper.

Stir and add the kidney beans, then serve.

Simply delicious!

To add some additional health benefits to this, add some grounded sesame seeds and linseeds, too.
Onions could be added as well.

Enjoy.

Eva

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Vegan Recipe
~ Scrambled eggs~

Many people think when following a vegan diet or eating a vegan dish it would all just taste of vegetables
and any other flavours and tastes are not possible to immitate.

However this is simply not true.
Take the following scrambled eggs. This recipe tastes like the real one but 100% more healthy, enjoy :-)

You will need:
1 packet of solid ordinary tofu (not silk tofu),
vegan milk,
vegan margerine or some oil,
curry / turmeric powder,
red noble sweet paprika powder,
salt and pepper to taste.

Heat some margerine or oil in a frying pan.
Crumble the tofu into the frying pan with your hands.
Fry for a moment and pour in some milk.
Now season with curry/turmeric and red noble sweet paprika powder and salt and pepper.

The curry/turmeric powder gives it the colour and the tast of real scrambled eggs.

Stir and ready to serve.

Simply delicious!

A yummy variation is to fry some onion leek and 1-2 tomatoes
in the marg or oil before adding the tofu.

Try it yourself, you'll be surprised.

Eva

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Vegan Recipe
~ Chickpeas ~

I am a real fan of legumes, but only recently discovered chickpea recipes for my meals.

Chickpeas -- simply amazing.

Already Saint Hildegard of Bingen mentioned the chickpeas as a healing plant, against fever, being anti-inflammatory, reducing cancer and heart disease and positively influencing blood lipid levels and the cholesterol.
Finally even preventing premature skin aging.

From the nutritional side, I strongly believe that chickpeas belong into every (vegan) diet.

They are full of protein, contain only little fat, but with lysine (= essential amino acid), carbohydrates and other amino acides, Calcium (124 mg per 100 g equals that of milk), iron, folic acid, magnesium, zinc and potassium.

With 6 mg per 100 g, chickpeas can provide even more protein than some meat.

100 g chickpeas
calories
306 kcal
protein
19 g
fat
5.9
carbohydrates
44.3 g
dietary fibre
15.5 g

Today now my most favourite vegan recipes with chickpeas.

I only use brown chickpeas, as I prefer the taste to the yellow ones. Another advantage,
grinding brown chickpeas is much easier than yellow ones, too.

All following recipes can be used as a single dish
but if preferred they can also provide a healthy side dish or be used for a bolognese sauce.

Recipe: falafel style 1

Soak brown chickpeas in water over night.
Pour out water and let them air dry for a while.
Then grind the chickpeas coarsely.
For seasoning I only use salt, pepper, perhaps also
a bit of chilli powder or tandoori spice or red noble sweet paprika powder
Also a pinch of turmeric powder.
1-2 diced onions.
A bit of water and some flour (wheat or chick pea flour)
and/or ground flaxseed grains and ground sesame.

Fry in oil ( I use rape (seed) oil in a pan but not in burger shapes but loosely, i.e. simply pour the prepared chick pea 'dough' into the pan. Should you prefer burger shapes, simply add a bit more water and flour for this.

After frying let them cool off on some ktichen towel, which will also take off any access fat.

Done!

Recipe: falafel style 2

Exactly like repice above for falafel style 1, but without any flour nor water.

Recipe: healthy snack

The following is a fantastic healthy alternative to crisps.

Like above, soak the chickpeas over night. Then however do not grind them at all, but leave them like they are.
Now fry the chick peas in oil ----- but careful. You will need to use a lid,
as the chickpeas burst and the fat will splatter all over. Similar like when making popcorn.

Then season to your liking.
I use salt, chilli and/or red noble sweet paprika powder and/or tandoori spice.

Serve warm or cooled off.

All these recipes freeze well, that's what I do every time.


Enjoy.

Eva

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Vegan Recipe
~ Vegan Sausage ~

Into a deep bowl put:

200g tofu (ordinary tofu is sufficient)
add 300g tap water

Blend together with a hight speed blender.

Add the herbs:
1 Tablespoon tomato paste
~ 3-4 teaspoons ordinary salt (should you use sea salt, only use a maximum of 1 teaspoon)
- some turmeric, red noble sweet paprika powder, pepper
1-2 tablespoon dried, wild garlic
- 1 teaspoon granulated onion powder
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder

Add 80 g of oil ( carnola is healthy, cheap and does the job perfectly).
Blend well with a high speed blender again.

In another larger bowl put 200g gluten flour
(=pure gluten/wheat protein, which you can get in vegan stores as a seitan base)

Now pour in the spiced tofu-oil mixture.

Mix all well together.

Now take half of the mixture and form a sausage on baking paper or cling film.
Closing the ends by twisting them together. Now enfold with aluminum foil and again
making sure that both ends are twisted tightly together.
Wrap in with another layer of aluminium foil.
** Unfortunately so far I haven't found an eco-friendly alternative to aluminium foil for this recipe.

Do the same with the remaining half, so that you'll end up with two foiled-in sausages.

Place both in a large pot and with closed lid and covered with hot water,
boil them for about 1-2 hours.

Take out and remove the layers of foil --- attention they are extremely hot at this stage !

Let both sausages cool down, they will harden then, too still.

By eating them luke warm, for this just cut into slices, they taste like a warm bock-wurst or hotdog sausage.
By eating them cold, they taste like pork sausage or poultry sausage.

Keep refrigerated and use like sausage on a sandwich cut in slices or in thicker pieces with e.g. mustard and/or ketchup.

However I actually always freeze some thicker pieces as well.
So whether keeping them in the fridge or in the freezer, both works well for them.

And with the recipe below for vegan majonnaise or salad creme,
you will actually now also have the vegan recipe for vegan potato salad and sausauges.


Enjoy.

Eva

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Vegan Recipe
~ Vegan Majonnaise or Salad Creme ~

In need of a vegan alternative to majonnaise?
No problem, here is an easy and quick recipe for a healthy vegan alternative.
And no worries, this vegan majonnaise tasts just like the real one :-)

The main ingredients are soya milk and oil, so:

* 100 ml soya milk ---for this recipe it's essential that it is really soya milk.
[The milk I drink as milk is actually a soya rice milk,
but for this recipe it has to be a pure soya milk.
I just buy a litre, use it for one making of majonnaise
and then freeze the rest in the portions for the next majonnaise.
This works just fine.]
* 300 ml canola oil
(Following the measurement 1 part of milk to 2-3 parts of oil)

*a pinch of turmeric powder
*a pinch of salt, pepper and paprika powder
*some vegan vinegar
*some sugar or sweetener
(if you like, I don't: *some vegan mustard)

Now blend all together with a high speed blender --- done.

Taste and add herbs or sugar and/or salt to taste.


Enjoy.

Eva

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Our vegan Thanksgiving or Christmas Dinner choice
-- soooo delicious :-)

Cashew Nut Roast,
Yummy Stuffing,
Roasted Potatoes and Vegetables

30g of vegan margarine
1 medium, finely chopped onion or leek
some brokkoli (about 2 handfuls)
1 and a half cups of hot water
1-3 teaspoons of yeast extract (marmite)
400g of cashew nuts (they are absolutely nutritious, and nuts & seeds carry a rather high vibration!)
2 tablespoons of soya flour
herbs to taste
160g of bread crumbs
seasalt and pepper to taste
yummy stuffing (see recipe below)


Cooking instructions:
Melt the margarine (in a large pan for mixing) and cook the onion or leek in it for a few minutes.
Mix the yeast extract into it as well as the hot water.
Stir in the soya flour, nuts, herbs, breadcrumbs, brokkoli and salt and pepper, mix well.
Allow to cool slightly while you put grease proof paper into a loaf tin.
The recipe is enough for two baking tins.
Place half the nut roast mixture in the tin and press down well - then add the yummy stuffing
(pressing down well again)(recipe below) and place the rest of the nut roast mixture on top.

Can also be filled with several layers of roast mixture, stuffing, roast mixture, stuffing, roast mixture etc.

.
Bake in the oven for about 40 minutes at 180/360.
Let it cool and re-heat to enjoy best flavour. Serve it sliced in not too thin pieces.

Yummy Stuffing
6 slices of wholemeal bread
85g of vegan margarine
herbs to taste, traditionally use sage, but we prefer paprika
1 finely chopped large onion
salt to taste


Cooking instructions:
Melt the margarine in a saucepan and then cook the onion in it until soft.
Cut the wholemeal bread into small pieces and mix in well and fry a moment.

Vegan Gravy
Melt a bit of vegan margerine in a frying pan.
Fry a finely chopped onion and add some yeast extract (marmite etc.)
Add herbs to taste and some tomato concentrate.
Mix some flour with water (easiest done in a closed container, shaking it well).
Stir into the frying pan.
Add more water and/or flour if needed.

Brussel Sprouts
Serve brussel sprouts with it.
Just boil them in water.

Roasted potatoes, parsnip, swede, carrots and onions
Prepare potatoes, parsnip, swede, carrots and onions
and pre-cook them briefly for them to be softer and to save roasting time later.
To soften the edges of the potatoes shake them around in a pot with the lid closed :-).
Place them in a bag, add some oil and shake around in the bag, so all gets covered with oil.
Roast them in oven at 180/360 until nicely roasted to your taste.

Add salt, herbs etc. to taste.

Bread Sauce
Made with soya milk, vegan margerine, vegan cream, a bay leaf or cloves.


Enjoy this delicious vegan Thanksgiving and/or Christmas feast.

Eva

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Vegan Recipe:
~ Vegan Cheddar Cheese ~

Put the following into a pot:

- half a cup of cashews (grounded)
- a quarter cup of nutritional yeast flakes (grounded)
- a quarter teaspoon mustard seeds (grounded)
- 2 teaspoons tomato paste
- some turmeric, red noble sweet paprika powder
- some lemon juice or lemon concentrate
- 1 tablespoon tahin paste
- 2 tablespoons granulated onion powder
- 2 tablespoons garlic powder
- some salt (to taste, I use a quarter teaspoon of salt)
- 5 tablespoons agar agar
- 1,5 to 2 cups of tap water

- Mix all together and bring to boil. All the while keep stirring with a whisk.
- Take off the stove and either use it immediately and still warm
for re-fried beans and nachos or on a pizza or for a casserole etc.

- Or pour into a sealable container, let it cool off and keep in the refrigerator over night.

The agar agar makes the cheese hard, like a piece of cheddar cheese.
Which you can cut into slices for sandwiches, or grate for your pasta, baked potatoe etc.
Naturally you can also re-heat it again, to have a warm cheese sauce once again.

Delicious.

Try out your own variations with the seasoning.
Essential are always only the cashews, nutritional yeast flakes, tahin, some garlic as well as the agar agar.

Enjoy :-)


May your day be filled with lots of white angel light.
Eva

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Vegan Recipe:
~ Vegan Christmas Cookies
& Vegan Chocolate Sweets/Chocolates ~


There are many fancy recipes that are complicated and take ages to do,
so today two quick to prepare vegan recipes:

- Easy vegan christmas biscuits -
You'll need:

250 g flour
100 g sugar
a pinch of salt
150 g vegan margarine
some vanilla flavouring or a sachet of vanilla sugar

and according to your taste:
50 g chopped almonds
or
50 g chopped hazel nuts
or
50 g candied orange-peel
or similar.

However I prefer the most plain version without almonds,
hazel nuts nor candied orange-peel.

Mix ingredients and if too dry add some water or soya milk.
knead the dough and cut out your chosen biscuit shapes.

Bake them for 12 mins on 200 degrees.

If preferred use liquid chocolate etc. to decorate them
according to your taste and liking as well.


- Vegan chocolate sweets / chocolates
-

- Melt one bar of plain chocolate, add chopped
almonds / hazel nuts / cashews / sesame seeds.
-Form/roll small ball shapes. If you like roll them in some additional topping,
say coconut etc. and let them cool out on a plate.

This is quite easily done and according to your chosen ingredients tastes delicious.

Myself, I like the ones just with chocolate, cashews and sesame seeds best.


Enjoy ;-).



May your day be filled with lots of white angel light.
Eva

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