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Recipe | Cornmeal Crepes with Mandarin Cranberry Sauce

January 25 2019 Oh My Veggies 

Can you tell that I’m on a cranberry kick? After making cranberry sauce for the first time, I became completely enamored with using fresh cranberries in my cooking. I love the way they pop open and I love their ruby-red color and I love how they get all thick and gelatinous after cooking for a while. Since cranberries won’t be in season for much longer, I figured I better make the most of it and come up with another cranberry recipe. And since the grocery store had bags full of gorgeous looking Mandarin oranges on sale when I was hunting for my cranberries, I thought I’d throw some of those in too. The cornmeal crepe part of this recipe is from Vegetarian Times’ Sweet Cornmeal Crepes with Fresh Blueberries. I made them over the summer when blueberries were cheap and plentiful and I loved them because they were the first crepes I made that didn’t tear or burn or turn out to be a disaster in some way or another. So when I decided to do a cranberry sauce for crepes, this seemed like the perfect crepe recipe to use. Unfortunately, I didn’t have as much luck this time as […]

Coconut & Quinoa Pancakes

February 28 2015 Green Kitchen Stories 

Coconut & Quinoa Pancakes She had folded up her dress into an impromptu bag and filled it with sea shells in all sorts and sizes. “I’m taking these home” Elsa said while looking at me with a wrinkled nose and sharp mouth. I think she was waiting for me to tell her that we couldn’t fit anything more into our bags, but this time I gave in: “Sure, you can keep them in your room when we are back home.” We have reached the last leg of our trip and in just a few days we are flying back to Sweden. It’s a bit sad but at the same time exciting to get back into our home and kitchen.  Eeeh, who am I fooling? We are devastated and are constantly trying to think of different excuses to stay here: “What if we got infected with a virus so we weren’t allowed on the airplane…” or “What would happen if our passports got stolen?” . Seriously, this trip has been unreal. We have connected with so many friendly souls across Australia and New Zealand. Been invited to breakfasts, lunches and dinners with people we have never met before and also met a bunch of readers on picnics, signings and events. We are spending our last days revisiting our favourite spots, soaking up the sun and filling our bags with Elsa’s sea shells. We have a chapter about traveling with kids in our latest book, but considering how many questions we have received on the subject while we have been here, I think we might write something more about it in a later post. We tested and photographed this pancake recipe before we left Sweden, with the intention to post it while we were away. But somehow we completely forgot about it, until now. This is a recipe from our absolute favourite cookbook from 2014, Amy Chaplin’s At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen. What made us choose this recipe among the many great ones in the book, was that this was a gluten-free recipe with only one egg and a suggestion on how to make it vegan (with a chia egg). We love pancakes but always seem to make ours quite heavy on eggs, so we have been on the look-out for good vegan breakfast pancakes. And these deliver! They have plenty of texture and body. And apart from the quinoa soaking overnight, they can be done in no-time (or as Amy puts it: “theyre the fastest pancakes youve ever made”) We can’t recommend her book enough. If you  like our food, you are going to love Amy’s. Her book was released in the US last year and will be out in Australia and the UK in June.  We served these with our own Clementine Jam. We have been experimenting with different citrus jam and marmalade recipes all winter. The photos show a cooked version, but since then we have grown much fonder of a simpler uncooked version using chia seeds. What we like about it is that it keeps the fresh flavours from the citrus whereas cooked jams and marmalades become a tad bitter and overly sweet. This Citrus Chia Jam is very easy to make and taste just like sun-ripe citrus fruits. Coconut & Quinoa Pancakes (recipe from At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen by Amy Chaplin) Makes ten 4-inch /­­ 10 cm pancakes 1/­­2 cup uncooked quinoa, soaked for 12 to 24 hours in 1 cup filtered water 1/­­2 cup rolled oats 3/­­4 cup unsweetened desiccated coconut 1 cup unsweetened almond milk 1 egg or 1 tsp chia seeds soaked in 1/­­4 cup filtered water for 15 minutes 2 tbsp melted extra virgin coconut oil (more for cooking) 2 tsp ground vanilla 1 tsp baking powder 1/­­2 tsp ground vanilla 1/­­2 tsp cinnamon zest of 1 lemon Drain and rinse quinoa, and place it in an upright blender. Add oats, 1/­­4 cup coconut, almond milk, egg, coconut oil, vanilla, baking powder, and cinnamon. Blend on high speed for about 40 seconds or until completely smooth, scraping down sides as necessary. Add remaining coconut and lemon zest and stir with a rubber spatula to combine. Warm a wide cast iron skillet over medium heat; add about 1 teaspoon coconut oil and spoon in 1/­­4 cup batter for each pancake. Spread the batter out a little with the back of a spoon to make a 4-inch pancake. Cook for about 3 minutes or until surface is covered with bubbles and bottom is golden and beginning to brown. Flip and cook for another 2 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from skillet and repeat with remaining batter. These pancakes are best hot off the pan, but they can also be kept warm in a 200?F oven as you cook the whole batch. Quick Citrus Chia Jam 5 mandarins or citrus fruits of choice, peeled and most of the white rim discarded 2 tbsp honey (more or less depending on the sweetness of the citrus fruits) 2 tbsp chia seeds Peel two of the mandarins and chop the slices into small pieces that you place in a small bowl. Cut the remaining mandarins in half and squeeze out all the juice into the bowl. Add honey and chia seeds. Use a fork to whisk until all is combined. Leave in the fridge for a few hours or overnight. The chia seeds will bind the juice into a jam-like consistency. Store in a sealed jar in the fridge for up to 3-5 days.       PS. Green Kitchen Travels is being released in German, Dutch, Swedish and Danish during these next couple of weeks. Check out our book page for more info!

Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie

October 6 2014 Meatless Monday 

This refreshing orange smoothie is a full meal, packing fiber and protein alongside naturally occurring sugar from vegetables and fruit. This recipe comes to us from Myra Mingo of The Happy Health Freak and appears in The Home Cook Breakfast Book, a collaboration between Meatless Monday and Earthbound Farm. Serves 1 - 1 medium orange (or 2 mandarins) - 1 small frozen banana - 1 small carrot, peeled - 1 cup unsweetened almond milk - 1/­­2 scoop vanilla protein powder - 1 tsp. orange zest - 1/­­2 tsp. pure vanilla extract - Few ice cubes (use more if youre not using frozen fruit) Add all the ingredients to a blender and blend on high until smooth. The post Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie appeared first on Meatless Monday.

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