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The Fun with Vegan Recipes Thread

Discussion in 'Cooking and Culinary Arts' started by makeajoyfulnoise100, Sep 14, 2017 at 12:07 AM.

  1. Yes! Thanks for this thread!

  2. No, but curious....

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  1. makeajoyfulnoise100

    makeajoyfulnoise100 Tea, books, and rainy days <3 Supporter

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    First, all a vegan eats is a plant based diet with no animal products. Please refrain from giving recipes with animal products. Some ingredients may slip by you like certain gelatins that carry meat by product. Please research ingredients.

    That said are you curious on how to cook vegan? From processed foods to whole this the thread to share recipes or learn vegan culinary arts.

    So I'll start first with my vegan dim sum in a vegan Tom Kha Gai.

    First I bought the all veggie dim sum at my local Super H Mart and steamed it for 13 mins with hot water and cashew milk.

    While the dim sum cooked I used vegetable broth, coconut milk, lemon grass, grated ginger, a tiny bit of cashew milk, paprika, a tea spoon of raw sugar, minced garlic, and garlic salt and boiled the liquids until bubbling then lowered it to simmer. I added the solid ingredients as well as two table spoons of coconut oil and stirred.

    Once the dim sum was done I just combined both and enjoyed. :D

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  2. Poppyseed78

    Poppyseed78 Well-Known Member

    I'm not vegan (or vegetarian), but I do like having meatless meals. I like rice, beans, quinoa, and cous cous, along with salads, veggies, and fruits of all kinds. Off the top of my head I don't have any recipes, but I'll try to come up with something to contribute :).
  3. Poppyseed78

    Poppyseed78 Well-Known Member

    Actually, a few things I like - oatmeal with fruit, risotto, various pasta dishes, and stir-fried rice with veggies. I love sauteed mushrooms and bean sprouts served over a bed of rice with a sauce of your choice. I also like green beans sauteed with garlic as a side dish.