i found this non-vegan one online but i'm not sure how to veganize it
since i'm new to this...please help :) it's one of my
fav. desserts... :) is it possible?
ETA: Ok, I'm gonna post this recipe, but this is not mine! But it's so yummy, yummy, yummy! So if you created this, come forth, claim credit, and bask in the compliments that will follow when folks make your yummy recipe!
3/4 c wheat gluten flour
1/4 c chickpea flour
1 c water, (for dough mixture)
1 tsp soy sauce, (for dough mixture)
1 tbsp vegan chicken broth powder, (for dough mixture)
1 1/2 c water, (for cooking broth)
1 tbsp soy sauce, (for cooking broth)
1 tsp vegan chicken broth powder, (for cooking broth)
Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
Mix the flour, water, soy sauce, and broth powder until it forms into dough.
Knead the dough for about 10 minutes. (A bread machine or food processor with a dough hook works well.)
Place the dough in a lightly oiled loaf pan.
Mix the water, soy sauce, and broth powder to make the cooking broth. Pour over the dough.
Cover the pan with foil and bake for 1 hour.
Uncover and turn the loaf over. Replace the foil and bake for another hour.
Let the loaf cool and store in the refrigerator. (Note: The seitan will become slightly more firm after being refrigerated.)
EDIT: I just found this recipe. But i have no idea how to veganise it. Anyone know what I should use to replace the cheese?
Cayenne Cheese Crackers
My family loves these more than Cheez-its. I like to make them as snacks. Make sure you refrigerate them overnight, or the crisp just won't be there. Extra sharp cheddar is a must! Silpat mats come in handy for these.
1/2 lb grated extra-sharp cheddar cheese
1/4 cup butter, creamed
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4-1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 1/2 cups sifted flour
1/2 tablespoon kosher salt (to sprinkle on tops)
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30 minutes 15 mins prep
I did this and now have tofu printed with pink strawberries.
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[by the way...i am definitely open to non-dessert recipes, i was just more leaning towards the sweet end of the spectrum.]
Brown wild rice mix, tons of beans, spinach, tofu, homemade salsa, lettuce, cabbage, can of worthington choplets(I"m scared to try them), onions, garlic, lots of spices
...please tell me what to make for dinner
This is no ordinary Chinese food. It's from a new local all-vegetarian (and I think all-vegan) restaurant in Richmond, Virginia. It's called Panda Veg. I got carry-out so I could take pictures without seeming weird, because the little restaurant on the corner was really busy tonight - although I think Peter, the nice guy that runs the place would have been flattered.
Anyhow, I got Mock General Tso's Chicken, Vegan Crab Rangoons, and steamed white rice. jeez, it was good.
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- Brown rice
- Pasta (No pasta sauce)
- Canned beans
- Frozen vegetables
- Frozen fruit
- A block of tofu
I'm going to eat oatmeal for breakfast, but I don't have any sweetener. Is there a way to make oatmeal decent without it?
Thanks in advice. By the way, I'm new.
Edit: I have olive, canola, and grapeseed oil. A lot of different spices, and minced garlic. I have a jar of curry paste I haven't opened yet, any ideas for that would be awesome.