I found this recipe on Dimensión vegana, a site which I've already mentioned before where you can find tons of vegan or raw recipes easy to make ... these guys even make videos and provide you with options to improve your recipes or to substitute some of the ingredients.
Anyways ... I've just made them and thought I had to post this straight away ... because it's amazing how good this nuggets are.
200g of dried Yuba (tofu skin)
1 Tsp of corn starch
1 tsp of onion powder
1 tsp of garlic powder
1/2 tsp of salt
1 bread slice previously dipped in soy or another non dairy milk ... or just water to soften
As I mentioned before ... I bough about 2kg of strawberries and don't know how to finish them! The easiest way to use them was to make a jam ... easy and something that can be used with toasts, biscuits, yogurts, etc ... although I love to spoon some peanut butter and jam ... and have them together hihi
1/2 kg of strawberries
2 Tsp of agar agar (powder)
1 Tsp of brown sugar (you should use more if you want it very sweet ... or if your strawberries aren't that sweet)
How to make strawberry jam
Wash and drain strawberries.
Put them in a large pot and heat with medium heat. Leave them for about 15-20 minutes. Covered.
When they are soft add the sugar and mix.
When sugar has melted, add the agar agar and whisk for 2 minutes.
Pout in a pot and leave until it cools.
Store it in the freezer. I have no idea how long it lasts for... but it's been a week and it's still good.
Spain's weather is getting better and with that comes the time to start eating cold meals and loads of salads! I looked at different recipes and found this cool one with strawberries which was great because I bought about 2kg of strawberries the other day ... had to make a jam too because of that.
This recipe is perfect for a hot day when you have noooooo time to start cooking ... or when you are back from work.
You need spinach leaves, strawberries, poppy seeds (and any other seeds you like), balsamic vinegar, salt and olive oil (extra virgin) ... and that's it!
First one ... is a coconut cheese made out of agar agar, coconut vinegar, coconut milk, tapioca flour and salt. I found the recipe on Olives for dinner's blog ... to be honest I didn't enjoy it too much .. I should've made again the one with coconut milk and tofu which is nicer than with coconut vinegar.
Second one... Is a sort of gouda I found on Dimensionvegana ... I swear every recipe I make from these guys is awesome ... easy and great taste... It's not the same as eating normal cheese but serves to make a sandwich or even on a salad ... It's made out of soy milk, tapioca flour, carrageenan, 1 soy yogurt, salt and olive oil (I used half of what they are using... thought 6 Tsp of olive oil was way too much)
Third one ... Vegan mozzarella balls from Miyoko's dairy free cheeses (the Artisan Vegan Life) ... Made out of soy yogurt, tapioca flour, carrageenan, xantham gum, nutritional yeast, salt, vegetable oil and ... I think that's about it ... It's alright ... really nice for cooking but I can't seem to make it harder! Maybe it's the gum ... but gives it a stretchy consistency :)
This is actually a recipe from Vedgedout which I found this recipe on Pinterest. Simple vegan cheese which you can eat with toasts, 'crudités' or sandwiches. Perfect for dinner ... although don't eat the whole ball at once!!
1 cup of raw cashews (not the salty ones)
About 6 pieces of dry tomatoes
2 Tsp of nutritional yeast
1 Tsp of miso soup
1 tsp of onion powder
1 tsp of apple sider
1 tsp of sea salt
1 tsp of mustard
1/4 tsp of turmeric
1/2 of paprika ... cayenne pepper
1/3 cup of coconut oil
How to make this cheese:
Start by soaking the cashews and tomatoes overnight
Next day drain and blend
Place coconut oil in the microwave for 30 secs ... or until its liquid
Blend the rest of the ingredients with the cashews and tomatoes.
Place in a bowl and let it cool
After at least 4h you can take it out and spoon it out getting a roundy shape. You can cover it with almond flakes or if you prefer seeds, other nuts or by itself.
Lately I've been taking superfood smoothies every day ... to be honest it's quite early to tell but I feel less tired during the day ... maybe it's a mental thing lol but I actually do and I am loving this smoothies.
This one I made it with 1 bunch of spinach, a tsp of spirulina, 1 tsp of maca, 2 tsp of chia, 1 cup of mango juice, 1 banana, 2 tsp of goji berries and 4 strawberries. Topped with almonds.
In case you are wondering how I was about the 'correct' mixtures to make to have a super nutritious smoothie ...