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Crispy Fried Cauliflower Wingz

December 5 2017 Vegan Dad 

Crispy Fried Cauliflower Wingz This recipe is perfect for your upcoming holiday party! Or tuck it away until the Super Bowl. An indulgence, to be sure, but you deserve it. Ive been meaning to work up a recipe like this since the cauliflower wings craze hit the interwebs a while ago, but I never got around to it. These are crispy and flavourful, and remain so even when they are no longer hot. The boys doused theirs in Buffalo hot sauce, while the rest of us stuck to a sweet BBQ sauce. Delicious!  INGREDIENTS - 1 large head of cauliflower, cut into florets Brine - 2 cups cold water - 1 tsp garlic powder - 2 tsp onion powder - 2 tsp smoked or seasoned salt - 2 tsp paprika - 1 tsp poultry spice Batter - 2 cups all purpose flour - 1 cup panko crumbs - 1/­­2 cup chickpea flour - 1/­­2 cup tapioca flour/­­starch - 1 tbsp each: onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, Italian seasoning - 1 tsp white pepper - 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar - 3 cups plain soy milk (more if needed) METHOD 1. The day before: mix together the brine ingredients (I use a blender). Pour into a large freezer bag, then add the cauliflower florets. If your cauliflower is very large, you can make a 1.5 recipe of the brine.  2. Remove as much air a possible so the brine is making maximum contact with the brine. Refrigerate for at least 12 hours, rotating the bag as needed for even brining.  3. The Day of: drain cauliflower in a colander. Heat oil in a deep fryer to 350 degrees. 4. While cauliflower is draining, whisk together the dry ingredients for the batter (i.e. flour to white pepper).  5. Dredge the cauliflower in the flour mixture in batches until coated. Shake off all excess and place on a baking sheet. 6. In a separate bowl, whisk together vinegar and soy milk. Add enough of the soy mixture to the remaining flour mixture to make a thickish batter. Add more soy milk if needed. 7. Add some pieces of cauliflower to the batter. Turn to coat. Leave the cauliflower in the batter for a few minutes to allow the batter to soak into the dredging flour. 8. Shake off excess batter and transfer to a cooking tray or plate.  9. Fry in oil, 3-4 minutes per side, until deep golden brown. Make sure your oil is not too hot or the outside will burn before the cauliflower is cooked. 10. Drain on paper towels and serve while still hot. NOTE 1: while one batch is frying, add another to the batter so it can soak. Repeat. NOTE 2: add more soy milk to the batter, if needed. The dredging flour will thicken the batter a bit, so just thin it down again. 

Spelt Berry Salad

April 25 2016 Meatless Monday 

This protein-packed salad combines whole grain spelt, edamame, fresh herbs and vegetables, and a light dressing  lemon juice and apple cider vinegar dressing. The result is a satisfying meal perfect for lunch or dinner. This recipe comes to us from our friends at M Cafe. Serves 8-12 - 1 cup (6 oz) whole spelt berries - 2 cups frozen edamame - 1 cup carrot, diced - 1 cup celery, sliced - 1 cup green bell pepper, diced - 1 cup cucumber, diced - 1/­­4 cup scallions (green tops only), chopped - 1/­­4 cup parsley, chopped - 1/­­3 cup dill, chopped - 1/­­2 cup vegan mayonnaise - 1 tablespoon lemon juice - 1/­­4 cup raw apple cider vinegar - 1 tbsp. vegan honey or brown rice syrup - 1/­­4 teaspoon sea salt - 1/­­4 teaspoon white pepper Soak spelt berries for at least 4 hours or overnight.  Drain well, and add to a pot of lightly salted boiling water (at least a quart). Boil for 20 - 30 minutes, or until grains are completely tender.  Drain well and rinse under cool water.  Drain again and set aside. Meanwhile, make dressing by combining mayonnaise, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, honey, salt and pepper in small bowl. Set aside. In large mixing bowl, combine cooked spelt berries with chopped vegetables and herbs.  Fold in dressing, and let sit for a few minutes to allow flavors to blend before serving. The post Spelt Berry Salad appeared first on Meatless Monday.

Mushroom Chickpea Soup with Veggies and Greens

November 2 2015 Vegan Richa 

Mushroom Chickpea Soup with Veggies and Greens It is getting chilly out some days and I have been craving peppery brothy soups for dinner. This is an easy soup in which you can add whatever you have in the fridge or pantry. Use any beans or lentils, some mushrooms and greens, veggies and some light peppery spices. Simmer and serve.  The garlic and ginger add a lot of flavor. Black pepper, white pepper, cinnamon and cumin add a deep complex profile to the warming flavorful broth. Add other veggies of choice. Add some cooked pasta for variation.   The next few weeks will be about trying to balance between 2 big events. Diwali on Nov 11 (that is so close!) and thanksgiving and then the rest of the holiday season. I found Diwali Bazaar on Amazon just today. I am off shopping for some Indian clothes and thinking of Diwali recipes for the week.Continue reading: Mushroom Chickpea Soup with Veggies and GreensThe post Mushroom Chickpea Soup with Veggies and Greens appeared first on Vegan Richa.

Curried Butternut Velvet Soup

December 29 2014 Meatless Monday 

This simple soup comes together quickly, but dress it up with garnishes of pomegranate seeds (called arils) and fried sage leaves and you’ve got a dish worthy of company! To fry sage leaves, simply heat oil in a pan and cook them for about 5 seconds. This recipe comes to us from Priscilla of She’s Cookin’. Serves 4 - 1 small butternut squash, roasted - 1 medium sweet potato - 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil - 1 leek, sliced - 1/­­2 cup dry white wine - 3 cloves garlic, minced - 3 cups almond milk - 2 teaspoons curry -  1/­­2 teaspoon harissa - 1/­­8 teaspoon white pepper - Garnish: pomegranate arils, fried sage leaves, pistachios - 1 pat butter, optional Preheat oven to 375 degrees Cut the butternut squash in half lengthwise and remove the seeds and stringy pulp. Put the halves flesh side down in a baking dish, add 1 cup of water. Wrap the sweet potato in aluminum foil. Bake the squash and sweet potato for 30 minutes until you can pierce through the skin easily. While the squash is roasting, heat olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Cook leeks until softened, about 5 minutes. Add garlic and spices, stir and cook for another minute. Add wine and cook for another two minutes to meld the flavors. Set aside. Remove the squash and sweet potato from the oven. When the squash to cool enough to handle, scrape the flesh from the skin. Cut the sweet potato into half, no need to peel – it will be totally pureed and you’ll retain all the nutrients in the skin. Add the squash, sweet potato, leek-spice mixture, and almond milk to your blender. Process on until smooth. Place in a saucepan to heat, stir in butter to add a touch of richness, if desired. The post Curried Butternut Velvet Soup appeared first on Meatless Monday.

Roasted Winter Veggies and Tofu with Orange Cranberry Sauce

November 27 2013 Vegan Dad 

Roasted Winter Veggies and Tofu with Orange Cranberry Sauce I thought I would squeak in one last recipe before American Thanksgiving just in case you arent sure what you are making this year.  I love this method for roasting veggies because it produces a dish reminiscent of the Sunday roasts of my youth.  The potatoes are my absolute favourite.  All of this can be made in one pan, so it makes for a less busy holiday kitchen.  The real key here is the cast iron skillet, so if you dont have one go borrow one.   INGREDIENTS Roasted Veggies - 1/­­4 cup margarine - 3 leeks, halved lengthwise and sliced in 1/­­2 inch slices - 3 shallots, halved and sliced - 1 large sweet onion, halved and sliced - 4 garlic cloves, chopped - 6 sprigs of fresh thyme - a variety of winter veggies: 1 used 3 turnips, 6 large Yukon Gold potatoes, and 6 large carrots,   chopped into large chunks (you want enough to fill up your pan) - 2 cups vegetable broth - salt and pepper to taste Tofu with Orange Cranberry Jus - 1 pkg firm tofu, cut into twelve pieces - salt and pepper - 2 tbsp margarine - 2 cups vegetable broth (more as needed) - 1/­­8 tsp white pepper - 1/­­2 tsp poultry spice - 1/­­2 cup chopped cranberries - 2 tbsp brown sugar - 2 tbsp orange juice - salt and pepper to taste METHOD Roasted Veggies Preheat oven to 400 degrees 1. Heat a large 14 cast iron skillet over med-hi heat.  Melt margarine, then saute leeks, shallots, and onion for 5-7 mins, until nice browned and golden.  Add garlic and thyme and saute for 1 min. 2. Add veggies and mix well to coat.  Cook veggies for 5 mins, stirring regularly to heat through.  Add broth and cook for another 5 mins, stirring regularly.  Season to taste. 3.  Place pan in the oven, uncovered.  Roast veggies for about 45 mins, stirring about every 10 mins, until veggies are golden and tender and broth has reduced. Tofu with Orange Cranberry Jus 1. While veggies are roasting, salt and pepper both sides of the tofu.  Set aside. 2. When veggies are done roasting, remove thyme stems, transfer veggies to a serving bowl and keep warm in the oven. 3. Without cleaning the pan, return it to the stove over med-hi heat.  Melt margarine and add tofu.  Fry on each side for 3-5 mins, until golden.  Add 1/­­2 cup of the broth, then sprinkle pepper and poultry spice over the tofu.  Mix around and flip tofu, deglazing the pan until the broth has reduced. 4. Add another 1/­­2 cup of broth and mix around and flip tofu until broth has reduced.  Remove tofu from pan to a serving dish. 5. Increase heat to high.  Add remaining 1 cup of broth, cranberries, sugar, and orange juice.  Add broth reduces, mash the cranberries.  Reduce by about a third, season to taste, then spoon over the top of the tofu.

Truffle-Porcini Popcorn

November 25 2014 Vegetarian Times 

1. Heat truffle oil, 1 tsp. rosemary, and 1 tsp. porcini powder in a small saucepan over medium heat 2 minutes, or until warm and sizzling. Season with salt, if desired. 2. Pour truffle oil mixture over popcorn, and toss well to coat. Sprinkle with remaining 1/­­2 tsp. rosemary, remaining 1 tsp. porcini powder, and white pepper.

Cheese sticks

March 9 2013 Veganpassion 

Cheese sticks These ones are really delicious. And if they are spared till cooled down, they fit perfectly to every salad, at a buffet, as a half-time snack or for dipping. Vegan cheese isn't easy to find and contains often a lot of chemistry, which doesn't whet ones appetite. But I like the cheese I used here. Well, it doesn't melt like "real" cheese, but there are several tastes offered and it tastes well cold or cooked without any artificial aftertaste. For this recipe I decided for the spicey one. With this the sticks smell and taste lusty appetizingly. For 20 sticks: 10 oz. puff pastry (300g) 1 bunch of mixed herbs (Chervil, Parsley, Dill, mint) 10 green olives marinaded 3 tablespoons olive oil 3 oz. vegan cheese (100g) 2 tablespoons vegan cream white pepper and salt Roll the pastry to a 10x14inch rectangle (25x35cm). Chop the herbs and olives finely, shred the cheese and mix it with the olive oil and cream. Season well. Halve the dough. Spread the herbs-cheese-mixture onto the one half, then lay the other on top. Cut the dough into 20 stripes. Bake them on a pan applied with baking paper for about 30 minutes at 360°F (190°C). Ready! Feasting is that easy :-)


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