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    Posted on 08:21:20 - 21/05/16 (8 years ago)
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    Ratatouille!

    Have you come to love lentils yet?
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    Posted on 23:32:10 - 01/06/16 (8 years ago)
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    not vegan but this is sorta like salad cuisine in Malaysia. we call it 'acar'

    ingredients: salt, sugar, vinegar, water, cucumber, onion, chilli (or capsicum for substitute), pineapple ( or tomato)

    Slice your cucumber & pineapple. usually cucumber is more than pineapple in ratio.
    Chop chilies and onion. just half of onion and one chilli is enough for a bowl.
    Put the chopped n sliced veggies in bowl.
    Pour sugar,salt,vinegar and some water in the bowl amount of them just to taste. i think 3 spoon of sugar one spoon of vinegar (bcoz pineapple or tomato juices got sour taste already) 1 teaspoon of salt are enough.
    Mix them all together.
    Serve.

    Usually it's served with steamed rice and spicy main dish...
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    Posted on 11:45:44 - 02/06/16 (8 years ago)
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    fiasc0d0ct0r [610459]

    not vegan but this is sorta like salad cuisine in Malaysia. we call it 'acar'

    ingredients: salt, sugar, vinegar, water, cucumber, onion, chilli (or capsicum for substitute), pineapple ( or tomato)

    Slice your cucumber & pineapple. usually cucumber is more than pineapple in ratio.
    Chop chilies and onion. just half of onion and one chilli is enough for a bowl.
    Put the chopped n sliced veggies in bowl.
    Pour sugar,salt,vinegar and some water in the bowl amount of them just to taste. i think 3 spoon of sugar one spoon of vinegar (bcoz pineapple or tomato juices got sour taste already) 1 teaspoon of salt are enough.
    Mix them all together.
    Serve.

    Usually it's served with steamed rice and spicy main dish...
    That sounds awesome. You may not be vegan but that dish certainly is! Thanks!
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    Posted on 11:46:11 - 02/06/16 (8 years ago)
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    Ratatouille!

    Have you come to love lentils yet?
    No, lentils can suck my dick. I do really like beans now though.
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    Posted on 15:19:16 - 08/06/16 (8 years ago)
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    fiasc0d0ct0r [610459]

    not vegan but this is sorta like salad cuisine in Malaysia. we call it 'acar'

    ingredients: salt, sugar, vinegar, water, cucumber, onion, chilli (or capsicum for substitute), pineapple ( or tomato)

    Slice your cucumber & pineapple. usually cucumber is more than pineapple in ratio.
    Chop chilies and onion. just half of onion and one chilli is enough for a bowl.
    Put the chopped n sliced veggies in bowl.
    Pour sugar,salt,vinegar and some water in the bowl amount of them just to taste. i think 3 spoon of sugar one spoon of vinegar (bcoz pineapple or tomato juices got sour taste already) 1 teaspoon of salt are enough.
    Mix them all together.
    Serve.

    Usually it's served with steamed rice and spicy main dish...
    Mmm i love acar. I add soy sauce on mine. Yum.
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    Posted on 04:58:16 - 01/08/16 (7 years ago)
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    Let me help you out my vegan friend with another tasty treat


    Shakshuka is an Arabic dish for a bad ass breakfast

    1 tbsp olive oil
    1/2 medium brown or white onion, peeled and diced
    1 clove garlic, minced
    1 medium green or red bell pepper ( capsicum ), chopped
    4 cups ripe diced tomatoes, or 2 cans (425g each) diced tomatoes
    2 tbsp tomato paste
    1 tsp chili powder (mild)
    1 tsp cumin
    1 tsp paprika
    Pinch of cayenne pepper (or more to taste-- spicy!)
    Pinch of sugar (optional, to taste)
    Salt and pepper to taste
    Small baby potato ( usually uses egg but potato is a good swap )
    1/2 tbsp fresh chopped parsley (optional, for garnish)

    3/4 cook your potato peeled or washed unpeeled, up to you. do not let cool down to much after cooking as they will go right into the sauce.

    Sweat the onion and garlic off olive oil in a saucepan till soft, add capsicum cook another 3 - 5 mins on medium heat till capsicum is soft, add tomato and spices, and tomato paste, let cook out for anther 6 - 10 mins on a medium heat stirring as you go. season with salt and pepper and sugar at the end. sugar is only to cut the tartness of the tomato.


    Once sauce is cooked, put into oven proof dish some sauce, enough to 3/4 submerge the potato into the sauce. add 3 - 4 potato or how ever hungry you are, bake in oven for another 8 - 10 mins on 180 C, add some fresh parsley at the end, enjoy.

    Edit:- Goes nice with a soft bread to dip in as well.
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    Posted on 11:23:08 - 03/08/16 (7 years ago)
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    oh i have another treat for you something deep fried if you into some snacks my vegan friend everyone loves them pakora and can be vegan, vegetarian or meat lovers as well and g/f too.

    besan flour chick pea flour
    water
    veg which ever you like i go with

    red onion, garlic, ginger - both minced, coriander - rough chop, mint - leaves picked off stems and rough chop leaves, Julianne zucchini , Julianne capsicum, and which ever veg you like but keep them thin for fast cooking. cut as much veg as you want, salt pepper, paprika, tumeric, garam masala bout a table spoon of each for about 4 hand fulls of cut veg in a bowl, add chick pea flour and water enough to make paste, thick enough to be able to pick up by hand, drop into a fryer at 160 C if it vanishes, add more chick pea flour till it stops doing that, shake the basket about 30 secs into cooking so it dont stick to the bottom, bout a table spoon size of batter if needed. once floats, get out, season and enjoy.

    can add prawns, crab, chicken i guess and diff spices to suit.

     

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