The classic Hasselback potato calls for a LOT of butter and in my plant based journey so far, I haven't been able to either create or buy a butter replacement that I enjoy at all. It seems I always end up comparing with the real thing and I always end up being disappointed
My solution to this problem: change the recipe entirely. The only thing my Hasselback potatoes have in common with the original recipe is the ultra thin slices. But I guarantee you, it is absolutely delicious and the best part is that most people think I...
This is such a tasty way to replace parmesan cheese. If you blend it to precisely your favorite texture (it will take a couple of times) the texture is wonderful and the crunchiness is remarkably satisfying. And as usual, it seems impossible to find a store bought replacement that taste decent and has a clean ingredient list. Luckily, you can keep it in the fridge for quite sometime. I have kept mine for close to a month so far and it was perfectly good.
-3/4 Cup raw cashews
-3 Tbsp nutritional yeast
-1tsp flaky sea salt
-1/4 garlic powder
I posted about how to make your own coconut yogurt a couple of weeks ago and I have been enjoying the result, but coconut has such a precise and strong taste that I was craving something a bit more neutral. Either to eat with oatmeal and fruit or to make sauces and dressing out of it. This cashew yogurt is absolutely perfect for that. The texture is like greek yogurt, but with a subtle taste that doesn't overpower.
-2 Cups cashews soaked overnight and drained
-1 1/4 Cups filtered water
-Small pinch of sea...
These are two great egg replacement for baking.
This recipe is for 1 egg, double if you need 2, etc. Chia seeds make a stickier result so keep that in mind when deciding to use flaxseed meal or chia seeds. Perfect for waffles, cookies, crêpes, etc.
1 Tbsp flaxseed meal or chia seeds
-2 1/2 Tbsp room temperature filtered water
Place your flaxseed meal or chia seeds in a small glass dish.
Pour the water on top.
Let's sit for about 5 minutes. The chia seed...
Turns out making your own coconut yogurt at home couldn't be simpler! We have made 3 batches so far and here is how we arrived at the tastiest and richest version. So thick, it had a similar texture to greek yoghurt.
1 Can of coconut cream
2 Probiotic capsules of 50 billion each
Shake your coconut cream can very well and empty in a glass or ceramic container.
Empty the probiotic capsules on top and mix with a wooden spoon. You will have to push and squeeze the powder on the side of...