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coconut pudding recipe | coconut milk mango pudding | coconut milk jelly

June 21 2021 hebbar's kitchen 

coconut pudding recipe | coconut milk mango pudding | coconut milk jellycoconut pudding recipe | coconut milk mango pudding | coconut milk jelly with step by step photo and video recipe. coconut-based dessert recipes are pretty common, especially in south india. these are generally made with fresh coconut grate and are generally mixed with jaggery or sugar to form a simple and easy sweet. however, it can also be used to form other dessert and coconut milk jelly dessert with mango toppings is one such simple dessert. The post coconut pudding recipe | coconut milk mango pudding | coconut milk jelly appeared first on Hebbar's Kitchen.

Boozy Chocolate Bread Pudding (Vegan)

April 21 2021 VegKitchen 

This chocolate bread pudding has a show-stopping molten lava center, flavored with chocolate and whiskey. This festive dessert is a surefire crowd pleaser, and perfect for the holidays! This chocolate bread pudding is a fun makeover of a classic British dessert. Bread pudding is one of the worlds most well-love comfort foods. Its homey and... Read More The post Boozy Chocolate Bread Pudding (Vegan) appeared first on VegKitchen.

Chocolate Pudding

April 9 2021 Manjula's kitchen 

Chocolate Pudding (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Print Chocolate Pudding .wprm-recipe-rating .wprm-rating-star.wprm-rating-star-full svg * { fill: #343434; } Chocolate Pudding is a simple and delightful dessert. My son is on a vegan diet and one day he mentioned he was craving a dessert like a chocolate pudding or mousse. I think he was giving me a not-so-subtle hint that he wanted me to experiment with this! I decided to give a try and he was very happy with the results! Soon after that this became a favorite dessert with others in my family. It's funny because my family's favorites keep changing! This is a super simple and easy recipe to make. I can prepare this dessert on demand and with limited notice for my grandchildren, who love to request dishes last minute! This rich chocolatey dessert is vegan and gluten-free. Hope you enjoy! This recipe will serve 4 Course Dessert Cuisine American Prep Time 5 minutes Cook Time 10 minutes Total Time 15 minutes Servings 4 people EquipmentBlendtec Twister Jar (37 oz), Professional-Grade Blender Jar Simply Calphalon Nonstick 1-Quart Sauce Pan MIU France 7-Piece Stainless Steel Measuring Cup Set Ingredients1 1/­­2 cup sweet potato peeled and sliced 1/­­2 cup coconut milk full fat, chilled 4 Tbsp cacao powder 4 Tbsp sugar 2 tsp vanilla extract 1/­­4 tsp cinnamon powder InstructionsSteam the sweet potato until soft. Drain the water and wash with cold water, and pat dry them. Place sweet potato, cacao, sugar, coconut milk, vanilla and cinnamon into blender and blend until smooth. Take out the Chocolate Pudding into a covered bowl. Refrigerate for at least an hour before serving. NotesServing Suggestions When it is fully blended, scoop the Pudding into the individual serving bowls and refrigerate for an hour. Remove the Pudding from the refrigerator after it has chilled. Serve the Pudding with your choice of topping. I like to garnish with sliced almonds. You may top with fresh fruit, or seeds. Also, chocolate pudding tastes great as a dip or spread. Suggested Recipes - Vegan Rice Kheer (Payasam) - Apple and Banana Pakoras - Chocolate Brownie (Eggless & Vegan) - Aloo ki Kachori The post Chocolate Pudding appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

Vegan Rice Pudding

March 19 2021 Oh My Veggies 

You only need seven ingredients to make this tasty recipe. This creamy vegan rice pudding is made with almond milk and flavored with orange, maple, and warm cinnamon spices.  When you take a bit of this dairy-, coconut-, and gluten-free rice pudding, you’ll find that it doesn’t lack any flavor. Whip up this vegan pudding for a delicious dessert today.  This Vegan Rice Pudding is… Easy to Make  Simple (Few Ingredients)  Coconut-Free  Dairy-Free  Gluten-Free Vegan Friendly  Vegetarian  Loaded with creamy flavors  How to Make Vegan Rice Pudding  Grab a pot and place it on the stove. Add in all your ingredients.  Whisk together the mixture and bring to a boil, stirring occasionally.  Once the rice thickens, stir continuously until the rice is fully cooked.  Remove from the stove and add your favorite rice pudding toppings.  Scroll down for the full recipe with measurements and detailed instructions. Tips & Tricks  Variety Of Rice  I find a long grain white rice does best with this recipe. You will find that other varieties, like brown rice, etc., won’t produce the same creamy, flavorful texture.  Heavy-Bottom Pot  You will find that investing in a great heavy-bottom pot is important. A nice heavy-bottom pot is […]

biscuit pudding recipe | chocolate biscuit pudding | parle-g biscuit custard pudding

December 18 2020 hebbar's kitchen 

biscuit pudding recipe | chocolate biscuit pudding | parle-g biscuit custard puddingbiscuit pudding recipe | chocolate biscuit pudding | parle-g biscuit custard pudding with step by step photo and video recipe. pudding recipes are very common dessert in india and are commonly made with different types of ingredients. generally it is made with premium ingredients like chocolate and gelatin which shapes it and also give a creamy texture. but this recipe is unique and made with leftover parle-g biscuits with a topping of creamy and smooth custard and chocolate ganache. The post biscuit pudding recipe | chocolate biscuit pudding | parle-g biscuit custard pudding appeared first on Hebbar's Kitchen.

7 Tips for Shaking Sugar

November 7 2020 Vegetarian Times 

1. Rethink breakfast and afternoon treats Many people who decide to eat less sugar face two immediate challenges: what to eat for breakfast and finding a non-sweet afternoon treat, says Amy Chaplin, author of Whole Food Cooking Every Day (2020, Artisan/­­Workman Publishing Co., Inc.) which includes many sugar-free recipes. For breakfast, Chaplin suggests making your own muesli or granola using yakon syrup, a natural sweetener that is low on the glycemic index (GI) scale (meaning it doesnt bombard your body with sugar because it is digested slowly). Other options: tofu scrambles and steel-cut oatmeal. For snacks, go for apple slices with peanut butter, plain yogurt with blueberries or carrots and hummus. Instead of soda or fruit juices, drink chilled sparkling water with a slice of lemon or herbal teas. 2. Know what you are eating There are at least 200 other names for sugar on food labels, says Uma Naidoo, MD, director of Nutritional and Lifestyle Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital and author of This Is Your Brain on Food (2020 Little Brown Spark/­­Hachette). Fructose, dextrose and maltose are just a few. And look for added sugars Dr. Naidoo advises. Foods like ketchup, pasta sauces and salad dressings often have more added sugars than sweet foods where you expect sugar. 3. Mind your carbs Choose to eat complex carbs that are low on the GI scale such as apples, oranges, bran cereals and black beans, which are slowly digested, and skip simple carbs such as potatoes, French fries, white rice, white pasta and refined breakfast cereals which are high on the scale. 4. Try new ingredients When cooking, use naturally sweet ingredients in place of sugar. I like using freshly squeezed orange juice, berries and berry powders, beet juice powder, vanilla, coconut butter or dried coconut flakes, says Chaplin. Medjool dates are another good choice, and spices such as cinnamon add extra flavor. Related: 8 Way to Improve Your Gut Health & Mood 5. Be fruit-wise Because fruit contains fiber and nutrients, it is digested slowly and its sugar is absorbed slowly too. Still, its wise to limit fruit. I prefer lower glycemic fruit such as blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and Bing cherries. These options contain less fructose, the natural sugar in fruit, says Dr. Naidoo. Two to three servings of fruit eaten throughout the day should be OK for most people, she adds, unless you are diabetic or have fructose intolerance in which case you should consult with your doctor. 6. Remember why its important Sweet cravings are hard to resist. Sugar-laden foods increase serotonin in the brain and make you feel good, explains Dr. Naidoo. The calming effect of serotonin may often be felt shortly after eating a candy bar, cake, or other foods high in simple carbs--this is a reason why these foods can be so addictive. Remind yourself that consuming too much sugar can raise the risk of life-threatening illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease when overwhelmed with a craving for a sugary sweet, 7. Enjoy dessert! Dont deprive yourself of luscious desserts. Start to replace those sugary treats with healthier options that still taste good, says Dr. Naidoo. Another option is to switch to baking with erythritol--sold as Swerve--in recipes, says Dr. Naidoo. Even when using artificial sweeteners, however, moderation is key. She also suggests making your own fruit-based ice cream. Amy Chaplins new cookbook features fruit-based desserts such as Berry Chia Pudding--A crowd pleaser for sure! Chaplin says. Click here for the recipe. The post 7 Tips for Shaking Sugar appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Wishing You All A Very Happy Navratri

October 17 2020 Manjula's kitchen 

Wishing You All A Very Happy Navratri Navratri is an incredibly lively festival that is full of vibrant colors, beautiful clothes, and rhythmic music. Family and friends come together to celebrate Garbha, a traditional dance from the state of Gujarat. Navratri, or Nine nights”, is a festival which marks the onset of autumn. The nine days of Navratri are dedicated to the worship of nine forms of the Goddess, Durga. From garba dance to Durga Puja rituals, Navratri is celebrated in different ways across India. The festival of Navratri is one of the most widely celebrated Hindu festivals. It is also celebrated as the triumph of good over evil. Many people keep fast for Navratri. Some suggestions for food for this auspicious time include: Sabudana Khichdi Sabudana Vada Kuttu Ki Puri Stir Fry Arbi Aloo Tamatar ki Sabji Shahi Kheer (Makhana Pudding) The post Wishing You All A Very Happy Navratri appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

Blueberry Muffin Overnight Oats (vegan)

August 24 2020 Vegan Richa 

Blueberry Muffin Overnight Oats (vegan)Blueberry muffin fans – these Vegan Blueberry Muffin Overnight Oats are for you! A fun and delicious breakfast that is easy to make ahead of time – perfect for a busy morning! Glutenfree, Nutfree option Jump to Recipe Overnight Oats are a total lifesaver for busy mornings and while the base is always the same – chia seeds, oats and plant-based milk- , you can come up with endless flavor variations. Have you tried my Samoa Cookie Overnight Oats or my Mango Overnight Oats? Or the Tiramisu overnight oats! So good! Just when you thought I couldnt come up with another overnight oat recipe variation, these Blueberry Muffin Overnight Oats made their entry. These easy vegan blueberry overnight oats are so delicious I could have them every day.Continue reading: Blueberry Muffin Overnight Oats (vegan)The post Blueberry Muffin Overnight Oats (vegan) appeared first on Vegan Richa.

Vegan Banana Scones

June 28 2020 Vegan Richa 

Vegan Banana SconesVegan Banana Scones that are flaky and tender with a golden crust and a delightful banana bread taste thanks to cinnamon, vanilla and toasty nuts! No added oil! GF and Nutfree options. Jump to Recipe   Vegan Banana Scones that you will want to eat for breakfast, snack, and dessert. Coming at you with some utterly delicious vegan scones that have just the right amount of density, the perfect flake and tenderness, and that signature golden crispy crust! What takes these from good to outrageously delicious? A couple of things! First of all, caramelized bananas! I use them for many of my recipes, so if that sounds delicious to you make sure not to miss out on this French Toast recipe, my Caramelized Banana Granola Bars or these Banana Bread Chia Puddings. Apart from caramelized bananas, we also toss some banana bread spices (well, mostly cinnamon and vanilla) as well as chopped nuts into the mix. So, to recap, these vegan banana scones are:  flaky and packed with banana and nuts. Super tender on the inside yet crusty and crispy on the outside. Light and sweet but not too sweet. All in all a total win.Continue reading: Vegan Banana SconesThe post Vegan Banana Scones appeared first on Vegan Richa.

The Plant Protein Revolution Cookbook

May 19 2020 Robin Robertson's Global Vegan Kitchen 

The Plant Protein Revolution Cookbook Im very happy to announce that my new cookbook, The Plant Protein Revolution Cookbook, launches in less than three months. And the timing couldn’t be better as more people than ever are moving away from eating animals. If you’re new to a plant-based diet (or even if you’re not) chances are you’ll be asked the same question I’ve been asked since going vegan over thirty years ago: Where do you get your protein? The short answer, of course, is From plants! A longer answer (along with 85 delicious protein-packed recipes) can be found in The Plant Protein Revolution Cookbook.  The recipes in this book provide maximum plant-based protein, along with all the other nutrients that plant foods contain. The book also contains lots of helpful information and charts along with stunning photos by Jackie Sobon. THere are recipes for everything from appetizers to desserts, including: - Two Bean Nachos - Rainbow Salad with Lemon Chia Dressing - Bean and Beet Burgers - Plant-Powered Club Sandwiches - Tacos with Creamy Sriracha-Lime Slaw - Tofu Ramen Bowls - Super Shepherds Pie - Pasta and White Beans with Spinach-Walnut Pesto - Chickpea Piccata with Mushrooms - Indonesian Noodles with Tempeh - Super Frittata - Everything Avocado Toast with White Beans and Roasted Tomatoes - Blueberry Chia Pudding - Chocolate-Kissed Peanut Butter Pie BONUS! The book is available not for pre-order and if you pre-order before August 11, 2020, my publisher will send you additional bonus recipes that you can start using right away! Just send your proof of purchase to the following e-mail address: plantproteinrev@quarto.com and theyll send you the bonus recipes. Soon, when someone asks how I get my protein, I can give them a copy of The Plant Protein Revolution Cookbook and say, I get my protein from plants. Dont you? The post The Plant Protein Revolution Cookbook appeared first on Robin Robertson.

Recipe | Mexican Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding

May 11 2020 Oh My Veggies 

When you puree chia seed pudding, it’s smooth and creamy, just like traditional pudding. I also added cinnamon and cayenne, because why not? It worked for my breakfast shake, and it works really well in this pudding too. Bonus: you can totally have this chia seed pudding for breakfast. Breakfast pudding! We’ll live like kings!

Bread Pudding with Chocolate Sauce

April 17 2020 Manjula's kitchen 

Bread Pudding with Chocolate Sauce (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Print Bread Pudding (With Chocolate Sauce) It was my daughter-in-law's birthday this past weekend, and I wanted to do something nice for her. For me, the thing that gives me the most joy is making food for the people that I love, and so I decided that I would prepare something for her to drop off. Due to the quarantine, this was the best that I could do for her, so I wanted what I made to be special. I asked my husband if he had any suggestions, and he said that I should make a dessert that my daughter-in-law, son, and grandkids would all enjoy. After talking to him, I was on the search for a dessert recipe that would be easy to prepare and also not too sweet. This made me think of a bread pudding in a magazine that had caught my eyes just a little while ago. I had been wanting to experiment with bread pudding since then but had found nothing that I fell in love with. I decided to try again, but this time I randomly decided to use a French Baguette for the bread pudding. The texture was exactly the way I wanted it to be a little chewy in some areas while stilling melting in your mouth in other areas. After finalizing the recipe, I had my husband taste test it and he suggested that I should find a way to add chocolate as well because my grandkids love it. In order to incorporate chocolate in a way that wasn't overpowering, I decided to add a chocolate drizzle on top instead of adding it into the bread pudding. It was perfect! If desired, this dish could be given a Indian touch. For example, you can substitute the vanilla extract for cardamom powder and replace the chocolate drizzle with sliced almonds and pistachios. Give it a try! This recipe will serve 6 Course Dessert Cuisine Indian Keyword Apple Bread Rolls, Baked Dessert, Chocolate Sauce, Delicacy, delicious, Easy Recipe, Eggless, Fusion, Homemade, Jain Food, Kid Friendly, No Bake Cheesecake, Party Food, Pineapple Sandesh, Sweet, Tea Time, Vegetarian Prep Time 15 minutes Cook Time 45 minutes Total Time 1 hour Servings 6 people Ingredients20 slices French bruschetta cut into about 1/­­4 in thick 3 cup whole milk 6 Tbsp sugar 2 Tbsp corn starch 4 Tbsp butter at room temperature, use as needed 2 tsp vanilla extract 1/­­8 tsp cinnamon powder dalchini powder For Chocolate Sauce (optional) 1/­­3 cup chocolate chips semi-sweet 1/­­3 cup heavy cream 1 tsp vanilla extract Optional1 Tbsp crystal sugar for garnishing InstructionsFor chocolate saucePlace chocolate in a bowl and add the vanilla essence. Heat the heavy cream do nit boil I did in microwave for 25 seconds. Pour the cream over chocolate and stir until chocolate completely dissolve and become glossy. As chocolate sauce cool it will become little thick. Set aside. Making PuddingIn a small bowl take 1/­­2 cup of milk and add corn starch mix it well to smooth paste and set aside. In a saucepan, take remaining milk, and cook over medium high heat stirring occasionally after milk comes to boil let it boil for 10 more minutes. Lower the heat to medium and add sugar and corn starch mix making sure no lumps. Let it boil for about 5 more minutes over low medium heat. Stir the mixture continually making sure mixture is smooth and no lumps. Mixture will become thick consistency of batter. Add vanilla and cinnamon powder mix it well. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. I am using 5×7 Pyrex pan to make Bread Pudding. Grease the pan. Butter the bread slices lightly. Arrange the bread slanted and butter the edges. Pour the milk mixture and pour over bread slices evenly. Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees F for about 20 to 25 minutes, till the pudding is bubbling and the top get browned. Take it out from oven. For best taste Bread Pudding should be served warm. Before serving drizzle the chocolate Sauce over and sprinkle the sugar. Notes - Chocolate sauce and sugar is optional, but for me it adds to the flavor and make more enjoyable. - If you are not fond of chocolate, you can garnish with sliced almonds and pistachios. - This is an easy recipe to make my family loved it. Give it a try. Also try Pineapple Sandesh, No Bake Cheesecake, Potato Soup, Quinoa salad The post Bread Pudding with Chocolate Sauce appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

Celebrate Healthy-Fat Tuesday by Adding These 8 Plant-Based Ingredients to Your Meatless Monday Menu

February 24 2020 Meatless Monday 

Celebrate Healthy-Fat Tuesday by Adding These 8 Plant-Based Ingredients to Your Meatless Monday MenuThis week, in honor of Mardi Gras, were celebrating Healthy-Fat Tuesday with a list of foods and ingredients rich in healthy fats. Fats are complex and often misunderstood nutrients. Despite their often-misleading name, fats play an important role in healthy balanced diets and their consumption doesnt necessarily lead to weight gain. Saturated and unsaturated are the two major categories of dietary fats. Saturated fats are typically solid at room temperature and are predominately found in red and processed meats, whole milk and whole-milk dairy products, cheese, and baked goods. Although fine in moderation, the USDA Dietary Guidelines recommend limiting saturated fat to under 10 percent of your daily caloric intake. Unsaturated fats come from vegetables, nuts, seeds, and fish, and are labeled as good fats because their consumption is associated with lower rates of cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality. Try incorporating these foods and ingredients into your weekly Meatless Monday menu. Avocado With 77 percent of calories from fat, this pretty green fruit is actually one of the fattiest plant foods on Earth. Avocado is rich in oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid associated with reduced inflammation. Easily add some to your diet with this recipe for Garlicky White Bean Avocado Toast. Canola Oil Derived from the rapeseed, canola oil has a similar nutritional profile to olive oil but contains a slightly lower percentage of saturated fat. Its one of the most versatile cooking oils, which makes it excellent for frying and medium-heat cooking. It can also be used as the base for salad dressings, sauces, and marinades. Flaxseeds Flaxseeds are high in fiber and protein, but theyre also one of the richest sources of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids -- polyunsaturated fats that are associated with benefits for heart health. Hemp Seeds While technically categorized as a nut, the hemp seed is nutrient-dense and a terrific source of both omega-6 and omega-3 essential fatty acids. Try adding a scoop to smoothies, muffins, or chia pudding. Olive Oil Although it contains small levels of saturated fat, olive oil is predominately composed of a monounsaturated fat called oleic acid. Studies link oleic acid to lower levels of inflammation, but the health benefits of olive oil range from a reduced risk of stroke and heart disease to weight loss. Peanuts An easy and accessible snack, a little pouch of peanuts can instantly cure your hunger pangs. Peanuts are so satiating because of their high-fat content. Classified as an oilseed rather than a nut, the peanut is nearly 50 percent fat, most of which is mono- and polyunsaturated. Try adding some to this hot and spicy Peanut Noodle. Tahini Made from pulverized sesame seeds, tahini -- along with chickpeas -- is one of the main ingredients in hummus. Sesame seeds are made up of 80 percent mono- and polyunsaturated fats, which research shows can help lower cholesterol levels. Tahini makes the perfect dressing for roasted vegetables or this Curry Carrot Salad. Walnuts Like most nuts, walnuts contain good fats, but they are also an important vegetarian source of omega-3 fatty acids. Research shows that omega-3 plays a critical role in reducing oxidative stress in the brain and can even help with the development and function of the central nervous system. Eat them roasted or blend them up with lentils to make the perfect plant-based meatball.   Click here for more Meatless Monday recipes. When posting pictures of recipes to your social media network, tag @MeatlessMonday use #MeatlessMonday to show the plant-based community your creation. The post Celebrate Healthy-Fat Tuesday by Adding These 8 Plant-Based Ingredients to Your Meatless Monday Menu appeared first on Meatless Monday.

Top 20 Plant-Based Proteins

January 27 2020 Meatless Monday 

Top 20 Plant-Based ProteinsWill I get enough protein? is one of the most common questions asked by people looking to add more plant-based foods to their diet. The short (and long) answer is -- YES. Check out our Plant Protein Power Kit for downloadable social media graphics, plant-protein GIFs and printable posters. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the recommended dietary allowance for individual daily protein intake is 0.8 grams per of protein per every 2 pounds of body weight. Although this is an approximate calculation -- other factors such as age, sex, body type, and lifestyle must be considered for a precise nutrient recommendation -- it provides a reliable benchmark to measure your daily protein requirements.  This amounts to around 56 grams of protein per day for the average sedentary man and 46 grams per day for the average sedentary woman. So, how do you reach that daily number eating only plant-based foods? Easy, check out our guide below and discover which seeds, nuts, legumes, vegetables, and plant-based products pack the biggest protein punch. Still have questions? Learn more about plant-based protein from the nutritional experts at Johns Hopkins University. Broccoli One of the most popular vegetables is also one of the most protein dense, with one cup of cooked broccoli containing 6 grams of protein. Roast it, sauté it, or steam it for a quick and nutritious side dish. Chia Seeds Small but mighty, 1 ounce of chia seeds packs nearly 5 grams protein. Drop a spoonful into a smoothie or combine with a liquid like juice or nut milk to make a fun-textured chia pudding. Chickpeas Cooked chickpeas are the main ingredient in hummus and boast nearly 15 grams of protein per cup. And remember, when using canned chickpeas, save the liquid -- also known as aquafaba -- for a terrific, plant-based egg white replacement. Edamame Popular in Japan and other areas of East Asia, edamame is as close you can get to a perfect food: One cup of cooked edamame contains 8 grams of fiber, 17 grams of protein, and is only 189 calories. Farro One of the lesser known ancient grains, farro needs to be on your radar. A quarter cup of uncooked farro contains 6 grams of protein. Its toothsome texture adds a pleasant chew to grain bowls and salads. Frozen Veggie Burgers There are tons of different types of pre-made frozen veggie burgers varying in ingredients, texture, and flavorful, and although their nutritional profiles differ, you can generally expect between 10 - 15 grams of protein per patty. Try a range of brands and see which one(s) fit your palate. Hemp Seed Heralded as a superfood, hemp seeds have a subtle, nutty flavor similar to pine nuts. In baking, hemp seeds can be used as a nut replacement, but it can also be added to smoothies, with 2 tablespoons containing over 6 grams of protein. Jackfruit Jackfruit is often marketed as a plant-based alternative to pulled pork, with a meaty, stringy texture fit for faux barbecue platters and sandwiches. Jackfruit is rarely sold whole, but there are a handful of brands selling products made with jackfruit in the refrigerated section of supermarkets. Jack fruit is not the most protein-dense item on this list, but it still contains 3 grams per cup. Kidney Beans These hefty beans are dense, nourishing, and nutrient-packed. One cup of cooked kidney beans contains roughly 13 grams of protein (as well as 13 grams of fiber). Lentils With tons of fiber and almost no saturated fat, look to use lentils as the foundation of multiple meals throughout the week. A cup of cooked lentils contains 18 grams of protein and more than half your recommended daily value of fiber. Mung Beans Mainly cultivated in East and Southeast Asia, the mung bean is often used as the foundation of stews, vegetable patties, or dal. One cup of cooked mung beans contains 14 grams of protein. Note: mung beans are easier to find dry rather than cooked and canned. Nut Butters Although not all nut butters are considered equal when it comes to protein content (or flavor), they generally contain around 4 grams of protein per tablespoon. Oatmeal A cup of cooked oatmeal contains 6 grams of protein; pair it with a scoop of peanut butter and a sprinkling of hemp or chia seeds for a protein-packed breakfast. Plant-Based Meat Thanks to plant-based meat, sources of vegan protein are all the rage. A typical plant-based burger patty contains 20 grams of protein. Many quick-service restaurant chains now offer versions of their classic menu items featuring some variety of plant-based meat. Quinoa The trendiest of grains (well, its technically a seed), quinoa is a splendid source of protein that can serve as the foundation of any meatless meal. A cup of cooked quinoa boasts around 8 grams of protein. Seitan The original plant-based meat replacement, seitan -- which is made from wheat gluten -- is packed with protein and can be quite tasty when properly prepared. A 3-ounce serving of seitan includes between 15 - 20 grams of protein, a number that is comparable to most animal proteins. Soy Milk The market for non-dairy nut milks has exploded in recent years, but soy milk remains the most nutritious option. One cup of soy milk has 8 grams of protein, which makes it a nice base for smoothies and shakes. Sprouted Bread Sprouted bread is a certain category of bread made from grains that have been allowed to germinate (aka sprout) before being milled into flour. Ezekiel Bread -- a common brand of sprouted bread -- contains 4 grams of protein and only 80 calories per slice. Sunflower Seeds Who wouldve thought that the innocent little sunflower seed could pack such a protein punch? A half-cup of sunflower seeds has 15 grams of proteins. Bring some in a little baggy and keep with you for a quick and nutritious snack. Tofu There are imitators and then there are originators. Tofu -- made from soy beans -- is sold in a variety of textures and forms, but no matter the type, youre guaranteed to get a solid dose of plant-based protein, with a half-cup offering around 10 grams. Our recipe for Jamaican Jerk Tofu (the most popular recipe on our website) will make you a lifelong tofu loyalist.   Below, weve curated a sample a menu to demonstrate how easy it is to hit your daily protein target eating only plant-based foods. Breakfast: Overnight Pumpkin Pie Oats (17 grams of protein) Lunch: Garlicky White Bean Avocado Toast (13 grams of protein) Dinner: Veggie Meatballs (27 grams of protein) No time to cook? No problem. Meatless Monday On-the-Go is easier than ever. Creating a plant-based Meatless Monday masterpiece? Let us know by tagging @MeatlessMonday and #MeatlessMonday on your social media posts for a chance to be featured on our channels.   The post Top 20 Plant-Based Proteins appeared first on Meatless Monday.

Almond Butter Protein Balls

February 7 2021 VegKitchen 

Almond Butter Protein Balls Six ingredients are all you need to make these Almond Butter Protein Balls. These are great pick-me-up snack to fuel your body and curb your sweet tooth cravings. Cocoa, shredded coconut, almond butter, and more make the most incredible bite-size vegan protein balls.  Prep these on Sunday and have these protein balls all week to pack for your lunch, to combat the 2 pm slump, or as an after school treat for the kids. These protein almond balls are even freezer friendly! These Almond Butter Protein Balls Are… Vegan  Vegetarian  Gluten-Free  Dairy-Free  Great for meal prepping snacks  Freezer Friendly  How to Make Almond Butter Protein Balls  Add your activated chia seeds, cocoa powder, almond butter, maple syrup, almond meal, and coconut in a bowl.   Mix until well combined. Roll into balls.  Coat each protein ball with the leftover coconut flakes. Tips and Tricks Activate chia seeds To activate chia seeds, they need to be soaked in almond milk. Once they swell up they will resemble tapioca pudding. Combining 2-3 tablespoons of milk with the chia seeds will work. Let them soak for 15-20 minutes. If you find they run out of liquid, add a splash more in.  Texture  You will […] The post Almond Butter Protein Balls appeared first on VegKitchen.

Kamal Kakdi Ki Chaat (Spicy Lotus Root Appetizer)

November 26 2020 Manjula's kitchen 

Kamal Kakdi Ki Chaat (Spicy Lotus Root Appetizer) (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Print Kamal Kakdi Ki Chaat Kamal Kakdi Chaat is a truly unique and tasty dish. I wanted to make something new and delicious but also healthy and easy to make. kamal kakdi, is an edible lotus root that has a crunchy texture and slightly sweet taste. After doing some research, I was surprised at how much nutrients kamal kakdi has. I was excited to try out a spicy chat recipe using it. An added plus is that this recipe requires no frying and is a nice healthy savory snack. My family really enjoyed this new dish! Hope you give this recipe a try and enjoy! This recipe will serve 6. Course Chaat Cuisine Indian Prep Time 5 minutes Cook Time 5 minutes Total Time 10 minutes Servings 6 people Ingredients2 cup sliced lotus stem I am using frozen, Kamal Kakdi 1 Tbsp oil 1 Tbsp ginger thinly sliced, adrak 1/­­2 tsp cumin seeds jeera 1/­­2 tsp salt 1/­­4 tsp black pepper kali mirch 1 tsp green chili finely chopped, Hari mirch 1/­­2 tsp lemon juice Also Need for Serving 1/­­2 cup whipped yogurt for serving 2 Tbsp tamarind chutney please add the link check the recipe Instructionspressure cook the Kamal Kakdi in an instant pot for five minutes in two cups of water. I also drained the water. Kamal Kakdi should be tender. Notes: you can also, use the pressure cooker and cook at the same time, or you can also cook in a pot for 20 minutes. Drain the water and pat dry. In a frying pan heat the oil over low medium heat. Add the oil, oil should be just warm add sliced ginger. Stir fry for about 2 minutes and take it out in a bowl. I will use this ginger later for garnishing. Note: I feel adding ginger later it gives a nice kick to chaat. Use the same pan and it already has some left-over oil. Oil should be moderately hot, add cumin seeds. As cumin seeds crack add kamal kakdi, stir and sprinkle salt and black pepper. Stir fry for one minute add about 1 teaspoon of chopped green chiles and lemon juice stir fry for about 2 minutes, turn off the heat. Kamal Kakdi is ready to be served. Plating the chaat, drizzle yogurt over kamal kakdi also drizzle tamarind chutney. And finish it off with some green chilies and roasted ginger. NotesServing suggestions: You can also serve this kamal kakdi as is as a masla kamal kakdi, sprinkle little chaat masala. You will also enjoy the recipes for, Bread Pudding With Chocolate Sauce, Sabudana (Tapioca) Bhel, Dahi Puri Chaat The post Kamal Kakdi Ki Chaat (Spicy Lotus Root Appetizer) appeared first on Manjula's Kitchen.

Vegan Rasmalai Cake

November 3 2020 Vegan Richa 

Vegan Rasmalai CakeVegan Rasmalai Cake is a dairy-free spin on the popular Bengali Dessert rasmalai that is typically served for Diwali! Moist almond and cashew flour cake squares immersed in a rich and creamy cashew pistachio “milk” scented with saffron and cardamom. It basically is Vegan Malai burfi soaked in Ras malai milk! Soyfree Glutenfree Jump to Recipe Diwali is coming up and that means Boxes of sweets and desserts being whipped up to share and celebrate. A festival that celebrates a win of goodness, knowledge, kindness over negativity. This Diwali we need that magic.  This vegan Ras Malai Cake is a simple dairy-free spin on one of the most delicious Indian sweets out there – the traditional Bengali Dessert Ras Malai /­­ Rasmalai. What is Rasmalai? Bengali Rasmalai consists of small soft cheese curd/­­paneer balls or cakes immersed in saffron and cardamom-scented sweetened thickened milk. This Indian dessert is usually served with plenty of chopped pistachios and as you can imagine, it’s a pretty popular dessert for the holidays! Vegan Rasmalai Cake – the perfect Diwali treat Vegan version of rasmalai is tricky. The chewy cheese balls are hard to mimic with non dairy cheeses. I have a soy based version in my cookbook. That is chewy and cheesy and almost perfect, but has a slight soy after taste. Today I bring you this variation. This Vegan Ras Malai Cake consists of a moist vegan nut cake which is like malai burfi/­­milk cake immersed into a rich sweetened cashew pistachio cream. We make the burfi cake, we pour cream on top, we let the cake soak up some of that goodness and it’s ready to serve. No fuss, no stress! The flavors of rasmalai all come from the amazing malai cream sauce and  satisfy that ras malai craving. More Vegan Diwali Recipes From The Blog: - Almond Halwa, 2ways and Almond Ladoo GF - Malai Burfi  GF - Basundi - 7 Cup Burfi - GF, Nutfree - Malai Ladoo - Brown Rice Kheer - Gajar Halwa, skillet, Instant pot - Gulab Jamuns - Easy Kaju Katli  Some Savories - Maida Papdi - Moong Dal samosa Rasmalai is a decadent Indian treat served for special occasions like weddings or for Diwali. Due to its richness, it’s not an everyday kind of dessert – which doesn’t mean it’s overly difficult to make – and this vegan version is even easier. You can whip this Vegan Rasmalai Cake up pretty effortlessly and you’ll even find it quite relaxing during the stressful holiday season.Continue reading: Vegan Rasmalai CakeThe post Vegan Rasmalai Cake appeared first on Vegan Richa.

pineapple kesari bath recipe | pineapple sheera | pineapple rava kesari

September 11 2020 hebbar's kitchen 

pineapple kesari bath recipe | pineapple sheera | pineapple rava kesari with step by step photo and video recipe. rava or sooji based sweets are very common across india and are made for different reasons and purpose. the basic one is the rava kesari or sooji ka halwa but it can be experimented or extended by adding different types of tropical fruit in it. one such easy and simple rava or sooji based sweet recipe is pineapple rava kesari bath or known as pineapple rava pudding. The post pineapple kesari bath recipe | pineapple sheera | pineapple rava kesari appeared first on Hebbar's Kitchen.

caramel bread pudding recipe | steamed caramel custard bread pudding

July 10 2020 hebbar's kitchen 

caramel bread pudding recipe | steamed caramel custard bread puddingcaramel bread pudding recipe | steamed caramel custard bread pudding with step by step photo and video recipe. custard-based dessert recipes are very common and are made for various reasons. you may either serve it as it is, or with a combination of tropical fruit toppings. but there are other types of custard recipes and steamed caramel custard bread pudding is one such delicate and creamy dessert recipe. The post caramel bread pudding recipe | steamed caramel custard bread pudding appeared first on Hebbar's Kitchen.

Top 10 Black-Owned Vegan Restaurants in America

June 11 2020 Happy Cow veggie blog 

Within the HappyCow community, we have the choice not only to eat vegan, but also to choose who we support by visiting their businesses. Today we are highlighting the Top 10 Black-owned vegan restaurants in America, because we believe that they deserve more attention than they have previously gotten. Many of these establishments specialize in veganised Southern food classics, from fried chick’n to mac n cheeze,  Jambalaya to bread pudding, bringing the powerful flavours of the South to life for vegans. Some of them also serve up international cuisine, baked goods, or raw foods. As with all of our feature list articles, these rankings are based off of ratings and reviews from HappyCow users. We hope that by bringing attention to these beloved establishments within our community, we may increase positivity and awareness for their integral role in our food culture. Have you visited one on the list? Comment below, or tag us on social media @HappyCow. Let’s spread the love by sharing, and by supporting these and other Black-owned businesses within our communities and around the world. 10. Shandal’s Vegetarian Cafe – Bridgeport, Connecticut On the Menu: Cafeteria-style Jamaican cuisine: Rasta Pasta, stew, various other veggie options. Open: Tuesday – […] The post Top 10 Black-Owned Vegan Restaurants in America appeared first on HappyCow.

Mexican Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding

May 11 2020 Oh My Veggies 

When you puree chia seed pudding, it becomes smooth and creamy just like traditional pudding. In this recipe for Mexican Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding, I also added cinnamon and cayenne--because why not? It works for my breakfast shake, and it works really well in this pudding too. Bonus: you can totally have this chia seed pudding for breakfast. Breakfast pudding! We’ll live like kings!

Chia Surprise Muffins

April 27 2020 Oh My Veggies 

Oh, I can’t keep a secret. The surprise is jam. Jam! There’s jam in the middle of these muffins. Surprise! I’ve been making these muffins every week or two for the past few months. I love them because they’re not too sweet (the older I get, the less I want super sweet food in the morning) and the jam is baked on the inside, so I don’t even have to get the jar out of the fridge. Convenient! These muffins are actually one of the first recipes I remember making. (Well, not these muffins, because back in the 80s, chia seeds were for sprouting on little ceramic heads, not for eating.) After finding my Aunt Darlene’s old copy of Betty Crocker’s New Boys and Girls Cookbook at my grandparents’ house, I relentlessly begged my Grandma to help me make something from it. Each time I visited, we’d make something different: a pie made with pudding and rainbow marshmallows (remember those?!), roses made from radishes, and Surprise Muffins. And then my Grandma let me keep the book. I’m not sure it was because I loved it so much (and I did) or because she was tired of me wanting to make […]

bhapa doi recipe | steamed yogurt pudding | bengali yogurt sweet recipe

March 27 2020 hebbar's kitchen 

bhapa doi recipe | steamed yogurt pudding | bengali yogurt sweet recipebhapa doi recipe | steamed yogurt pudding | bengali yogurt sweet recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. bengali cuisine is known for its creamy and satisfying dessert recipes made with milk or with milk products. most of these desserts are made with milk by evaporating it or by curdling it. but there are some bengali dessert made with curd or yogurt and bhapa doi recipe is one such simple creamy dessert recipes. The post bhapa doi recipe | steamed yogurt pudding | bengali yogurt sweet recipe appeared first on Hebbar's Kitchen.

Vegan Caramelized Banana Granola Bars

February 23 2020 Vegan Richa 

Vegan Caramelized Banana Granola BarsThese easy healthy Vegan Banana Nut Granola Bars are packed with deep caramelized banana flavor & are made with only a handful of ingredients. No refined sugar! Pack them for an amazing plant-based office snack, sweet breakfast on the go, or for road trips with hungry kids. Jump to Recipe  Bananas – aren’t they just an amazing fruit? Eaten alone they are a satisfying snack, nature’s candy. But they also do wonders when added into baked goods. They can take the place of sugar, eggs, and fat in many healthy vegan treats. And then there is the whole world of caramelized bananas. Lately, I have been on a caramelized banana kick. Have you tried my Chia Pudding with Caramelized Bananas or my French Toast with Caramelized Bananas? So good! In this granola bar recipe, we are taking full advantage of all banana superpowers – we use it for texture, flavor, AND sweetness. Caramelized Banana & Nut Granola Bars – your new favorite vegan snack: The caramelized banana gives these vegan granola bars a deep banana flavor and a delightful sweetness and acts as a binding agent at the same time – no need for butter or eggs. Despite the fancy-sounding name, these are super easy to make. To caramelize the bananas all you do is bake them on a sheet pan until they get golden and gooey. Then you process all that caramelized goodness with some healthy oats, nuts, dates and a pinch of cinnamon in a food processor, mix it all up, and press the mix into a pan. Then bake for a few minutes, and youve got yourself a tray of freshly baked vegan banana granola bars! You’ll have a hard time not devouring all of them in one day.Continue reading: Vegan Caramelized Banana Granola BarsThe post Vegan Caramelized Banana Granola Bars appeared first on Vegan Richa.

How Many of These 20 Essential Meatless Monday Ingredients Are in Your Pantry?

January 20 2020 Meatless Monday 

How Many of These 20 Essential Meatless Monday Ingredients Are in Your Pantry?A properly-stocked pantry is essential for creating delicious plant-based dishes on the fly. But what does properly-stocked really mean? Sure, you need the basics -- olive oil, white flour, rice, pasta, etc., but there are some additional ingredients that you should consider adding to your collection. Alternative flours, exotic spices, seeds, nut butters, beans (butter beans will change your life), broths, and grains can all add extra levels of depth, dimension, and texture to any variety of plant-based dishes.   Youll likely be familiar with many of the items on this list, but there are also a few lesser known ingredients -- agar-agar, tahini, nutritional yeast, etc. -- which can be used to replace many traditional animal-based ingredients. So, grab a paper and pen, and make sure these items are on next weeks shopping list. Agar-Agar The perfect vegan gelatin replacement for your puddings, jellies, or gelées, agar-agar flakes are derived from seaweed and function similarly to animal-based gelatins. Alternative Flours Were not talking your run of the mill (went there) all-purpose, bleached white flour. Play around with some alternative flours like almond, chickpea, rice, or buckwheat. Many alternative flours are also gluten-free. Beans (canned) Explore the world of beans, and reap the benefits of a healthy, satisfying plant-based protein. Lentils, black beans, butter beans, kidney beans, chickpeas -- doesnt matter; theyre all easy to use, shelf-stable, healthy, and inexpensive. Broth A box of vegetable broth is a staple of any kitchen, but you can expand your soup selection by adding some chickn bouillon cubes to your pantry. Coconut Oil A shelf-stable saturated fat, coconut oil is a healthy alternative to other vegetable oils. In most cases it can be substituted 1:1 for other oils and butters. Its got a laundry list of benefits that range from weight loss to improved cognitive functioning. Chocolate All vegetables and no sweets make everyone hangry. A little bit of chocolate can go a long way in baking as well as a post-dinner night cap. If youre feeling adventurous try some exotic bars that contain a higher percentage of cacao. Diced Tomatoes (canned) Take a simple stew, stir-fry, or sauce to the next level with a can of diced tomatoes. Theyre every home cooks secret weapon. Tip: fire-roasted tomatoes add even more flavor to your meals. Frozen Fruits and Vegetables Toss them into a blender, soup pot or sauté pan to add some inexpensive nutrients and heft to your mid-week meals. Grains Theres an endless variety of grains available for your experimenting pleasure. Whole grains are best (think brown rice), but theres also a number of lesser-known grains that have their own unique texture and flavor profile. Try getting a bag of quinoa, amaranth, or farro and simply follow the cooking instructions on the back. Granola You can make your own or buy it for cheap at the store, but theres truly an endless combination of potential granola mixes. Bring it in a baggy as a post-lunch snack or use it to top your morning yogurt. Nut Butter High in protein and healthy fats, nut butters can add complexity to savory dishes and a nutty richness to sweets. Keep a range on hand -- almond, cashew, pistachio -- to add variety to baked goods, sandwiches, and sauces. Nutritional Yeast Just trust us with this one; we swear it tastes almost exactly like Parmesan cheese. Sprinkle on pasta, popcorn or use in macaroni and cheese if youre looking to cut out the dairy or need a boost of umami flavor. Olives Olives, especially the sliced green ones in a jar, add the perfect pop of brininess to pastas, rice bowls, and stews. Theyre a great value and can seriously elevate the flavor of ordinary dishes.  Pasta Thankfully, pasta has evolved to incorporate more alternative flours into its base. Now, you can get high-fiber, high-protein pasta made of anything from lentils to chickpeas to black beans. Pesto It is one of the most versatile condiments/­­sauces out there. A jar of pesto can last unopened in your pantry for months, and it can be your saving grace if you need to whip something up in a hurry. Add some to roasted vegetables or use it to top a tomato soup. Seaweed Snacks Low in calories and nutritionally-dense, seaweed is the ultimate snack food. Oh, and cats love it too. Spices Well, this one goes without saying, but having a pantry (or cupboard) thats properly stocked with all your necessary spices will make cooking (and eating) a whole lot more enjoyable. Some lesser known spices to add are aamchur (unripe mango), star anise, zaatar, or Aleppo pepper. Seeds Seeds are powerhouses of nutrition, texture, and flavor, and there are so many different varieties to choose from -- chia, flax, hemp, sesame, sunflower. Make chia pudding, a flax egg, or toss some hemp or sunflower seeds into your next salad or smoothie. Soy Sauce Umami in a bottle, soy sauce adds an earthy meatiness to dressings, sauces, and stir-fries. Some chefs even recommend adding a dash to tomato sauce for a boost of richness. Tahini You know it from every hummus youve ever eaten, but what might surprise you is that tahini paste is made entirely from pulverized sesame seeds. Combine a tablespoon of tahini with a dash of water, a sprinkle of cumin, and some salt for a quick and creamy dressing for salad or roasted vegetables.   If you decide to make one of these delicious recipes, let us know by tagging @MeatlessMonday and #MeatlessMonday on your social media posts for a chance to be featured on our channels.   The post How Many of These 20 Essential Meatless Monday Ingredients Are in Your Pantry? appeared first on Meatless Monday.


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