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Cancelletta to Vegetarian Stuff
Brownies vegani cioccolato e mandorle - fatti ieri: semplici, veloci e buonerrimi http://blog.giallozaffera...
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qualunque cosa in cui ci sia il cioccolatORGHL è la mia preferita - galois - - (Edit | Remove)
manfatti: basta che ci sia del cacao e anche le capre in cucina come me fan la loro figura - Cancelletta from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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spikkia to Vegetarian Stuff, spikkia's feed, La stanzetta sugna free
Pizzette di melanzane, con parmigiano al posto della mozzarella.
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spikkia to Vegetarian Stuff, La stanzetta sugna free
Come (non) preparare le polpette/hamburger di fagioli neri.
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Sono partita da questa ricetta --> http://www.lifegate.it/pe... poi come al solito ci ho messo del mio. La prima cosa importante da tenere a mente è che i fagioli neri hanno bisogno di stare mezz'ora in pentola a pressione (da quando fischia), non di meno, ne ho la prova. Per fare le polpette/hamburger è importante lasciarsi un po' di liquido a disposizione, altrimenti verranno dure, quelle che erano rimaste avevo pensato di metterle nei vasi delle piante grasse, al posto dei sassi, quindi il consiglio del liquido da aggiungere ve lo do con cognizione di causa. - spikkia - - (Edit | Remove)
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(buò) - Haukr - - (Edit | Remove)
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spikkia to Aggiungi un Frenf a tavola, Vegetarian Stuff
Amici a cena, saremo in 4, pensavo di preparare: (antipasto) bruschette con salsa di carote (primo) pasta con ragu vegetariano, forse la infilo al forno se trovo una scarmozina buona (secondo) boh, io non cucino carne (contorno) sfoglie di patate al forno con paprika. Mi aiutate a colmare il boh?
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una frittata? ma forse con pasta, frittata e patate, li uccido tutti - spikkia - - (Edit | Remove)
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ah ops ok allora come non detto :D - monicabionda - - (Edit | Remove)
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spikkia to Vegetarian Stuff
Sono pazza, per questo ho appena acceso il forno.
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Cipolle, zucchine, carote, peperoni, conditi con sale, semi di sesamo, semi di sesamo, erba cipollina, paprika dolce, una spolverata di pangrattato e olio. - spikkia from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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qui da giovedì scorso di nuovo terrificante :( - {°)) from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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ratavoloira to Vegetarian Stuff, schisciatevela
Ho fatto a caso delle polpette vegetariane buone, le scrivo qui così non mi dimentico: seitan, scalogno, polpa di melanzana cotta, menta e basilico tritati tutti insieme, un uovo, sale pepe e pangrattato, impanate e cotte in forno. Non hanno neanche grassi U.U
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cose che ci starebbero bene dentro: un po' di parmigiano e del sesamo nella panatura. - ratavoloira - - (Edit | Remove)
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vengono buonissime al forno u.u e soprattutto rimangono buone anche fredde, cosa che al fritto è impossibile per sua intrinseca natura - {°)) from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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spikkia to Vegetarian Stuff, spikkia's feed
Non ho foto, ma del resto una pottiglia arancione non è che si proprio fotogenica, ma fidatevi: salsa/crema (pesto?) di carote con paprika dolce e mandorle.
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Prima ho cercato un po' di ricette online, poi come mio solito sono andata a fantasia. Ho pulito, fatto a tocchetti e sbollentato 3 carote. Non devono ammollarsi troppo come se doveste mangiare delle carote lesse (che non capisco mai che tipo di.colpe si debbano espiare per costringersi a mangiare delle carote lesse, ma è un altro discorso). Frullate con aglio, mandorle, olio, un pochino di latte, e una spolverata di paprika dolce (più o meno a seconda del gusto). Ottimo per condire la pasta o da spalmare sulla bruschetta. - spikkia from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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Ecco, crude o lesse proprio non riesco neanche a pensarle, ma se le cucino, ultimamente ne mangio un bel po'. Al forno, tipo chips, sono ottime, o nella zuppa con la zucca o le patate. Online comunque ho trovato diverse ricette del pesto senza cuocerle. - spikkia from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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spikkia to Vegetarian Stuff, spikkia's feed
Sfoglie di patate e carote, condite con paprika dolce, semi di sesamo, sale, olio e pangrattato.
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Al forno, no, non ho guardato quanto le ho tenute, vado a occhio di solito, ma negli ultimi minuti ho acceso il ventilato, così sono venute croccanti al punto giusto. - spikkia from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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@valentina ho un teglia, con bordo basso, quasi come fosse una leccarda... @inverno non credo di aver fatto in tempo a portarle a tavola :D @cincia affare fatto! - spikkia - - (Edit | Remove)
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Penne with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Recipe (http://www.foodnetwork.co... ) http://foodnetwork.sndimg...
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This was a pretty good use for leftover sun-dried tomatoes. - John B. from Bookmarklet - - (Edit | Remove)
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Www, that looks really yummy! - Cincia from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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Jennifer D. to Vegetarian Stuff, Jennifer D.'s feed
Mustard-Parmesan Whole Roasted Cauliflower Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network http://foodnetwork.sndimg... (http://www.foodnetwork.co... )
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Trying this recipe out today. I did forget to rub the garlic on at the beginning, so I'm adding some to the remaining mustard mixture, and then adding it and the parmesan at the end to cook for an extra 5 minutes, as recommended in the comments. - Jennifer D. from Bookmarklet - - (Edit | Remove)
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Like to mustard - Mario Pietre from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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Jennifer D. to Vegetarian Stuff, Jennifer D.'s feed
Vegan Palak Paneer Recipe on Food52 http://images.food52.com/... (http://food52.com/recipes... )
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"There's no cheese in this "paneer" recipe, but there are perfectly seasoned, super crispy, cheesy-flavored blocks of tofu. Take some time to press and marinate the tofu in advance—the resulting texture is absolutely worthwhile. The green sauce may darken over time, but leftovers will taste even better on the second day, after the flavors and spices have had some time to mingle." - Jennifer D. from Bookmarklet - - (Edit | Remove)
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I'm tempted to try this method for Shahi Paneer as well. - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
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Jennifer D. to Vegetarian Stuff, Jennifer D.'s feed
Bruschetta With Caramelized Radicchio And Goat Cheese | Tasty Kitchen: A Happy Recipe Community! http://tastykitchen.com/r... (http://tastykitchen.com/r... )
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Ingredients: 2 heads Radicchio Lettuce; 1 whole Small Red Onion, Peeled & Thinly Sliced; 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil; 2 Tablespoons Honey; ⅓ cups Balsamic Vinegar; 1 whole Baguette Bread Cut Into 1/2 Inch Thick Slices; 6 ounces, weight Log Goat Cheese, Softened - Jennifer D. from Bookmarklet - - (Edit | Remove)
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This is (roughly) the recipe I made yesterday. The radicchio from my farm share was lighter than the dark red variety, but still had that trademark bitterness, and I only had a sweet onion on hand. I added a splash of red wine vinegar to the liquids and that seems to have balanced things out. Honestly, it tastes a bit like balsamic roasted Brussels sprouts, but as a spread. I had it (cold) today on toast with an acidic cream cheese, and it was very good. - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
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bentley to Vegetarian Stuff, Food, bentley's feed
How a trucker lost 65 pounds by cooking vegan meals on the road http://www.today.com/food... “With such incredible results, Anderson decided to start a blog in hopes of creating a community of support and inspiration for others trying to do the same.” Plant-Fueled Trucker Facebook page and Instagram account. https://scontent-ord1-1.c...
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“The biggest game changer was that he began cooking his own meals. He put himself on a restrictive diet, cutting out all meat, fish and dairy, and adding nutritious fruits and vegetables like avocados, potatoes and blueberries to create a well balanced diet. […] It takes careful planning and a little bit of time on his day off. When he's not on the road, he preps his meals for the coming week. […] Anderson's meals aren't boring even with such a restricted diet and lack of kitchen space. Instead, Anderson uses the truck's electrical power to his advantage and carries along a pressure cooker, waffle maker, hot plate, toaster and Nutribullet. He makes dishes like vegetable stir-fry with peanut sauce, which has rice, cauliflower, broccoli, curry powder, dried parsley and pepper. His meals are also quick to make since time of the essence for him. For example, the stir-fry takes 12 minutes. […] Beyond the weight loss, Anderson's seen a transformation in his overall health. "I don't take no antidepressants, anymore. No blood, no medicine at all and it's all doctor approved," explained Anderson, who is also now exercising again.” - bentley - - (Edit | Remove)
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He also has pictures of his setup in the truck cab. https://www.facebook.com/... - https://www.facebook.com/... - https://www.facebook.com/... - bentley - - (Edit | Remove)
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Jennifer D. to Vegetarian Stuff, Jennifer D.'s feed
Chao Slices - Field Roast http://i1.wp.com/www.glue... (http://fieldroast.com/pro... )
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"Welcome to Field Roast’s newest family member: a vegan coconut cheese alternative seasoned with a traditionally fermented soybean curd called Chao by the Vietnamese. We continue our fascination with blending Asian and European heritages by partnering with a Greek cheese maker and a family in Taiwan who makes the Chao. We bring it all together in Seattle to create Chao Slices." - Jennifer D. from Bookmarklet - - (Edit | Remove)
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Nice! I wasn't sure if Field Roast shipped overseas or not. I've been impressed with most of their stuff - they don't shy away from fats or salt, so they don't get the "over-processed sawdust" aftertaste that I've run into with some non-meats or non-cheeses. Their "Celebration Roast" or "Meatloaf" are pretty big favorites of mine, and they carry a lot of their stuff at the co-op near my house. - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
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What to do when life gives you kolhrabi. Or fennel. Or Tokyo turnips. The Contorni Matrix: http://luckypeach.com/the... (via http://www.metafilter.com... and http://bbs.boingboing.net... )
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David Venable’s Summer Squash Fritters With Garlic Dipping Sauce Recipe - NYT Cooking http://graphics8.nytimes.... (http://cooking.nytimes.co... )
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INGREDIENTS: FOR THE GARLIC DIPPING SAUCE: 20 garlic cloves, peeled (about 2 heads); Extra-virgin olive oil; 1 cup mayonnaise; 3 tablespoons lemon juice; 1 teaspoon kosher salt; ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper; ¼ cup chives, minced; FOR THE FRITTERS: 1 ¼ cups all-purpose flour; ¾ cup shredded white Cheddar; 1 teaspoon kosher salt; 1 teaspoon ground black pepper; 1 teaspoon garlic powder; 2 large eggs; ¾ cup cold beer; 1 cup grated zucchini (about one 6- to 7-ounce zucchini), drained on paper towels 15 minutes; 1 cup grated yellow squash (about one 6-to 7-ounce squash), drained on paper towels 15 minutes; 1 small yellow onion, halved and thinly sliced; ½ cup canola oil, for frying - Jennifer D. from Bookmarklet - - (Edit | Remove)
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Yum! - Jenny H from Android - - (Edit | Remove)
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Pot-Roasted Artichokes With White Wine and Capers Recipe - NYT Cooking http://graphics8.nytimes.... (http://cooking.nytimes.co... )
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"INGREDIENTS: ¼ cup extra-virgin olive oil; 3 ½ pounds baby artichokes (about 18); 2 medium garlic cloves, thinly sliced; 1 ½ teaspoons Maldon or other flaky sea salt; 1 ½ cups dry white wine, such as Sauvignon Blanc; 1 heaping tablespoon drained capers; A five-finger pinch of mint leaves (preferably black mint), torn at the last minute (see note)" - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
"PREPARATION Heat the oil in a heavy pot (wide enough to hold the artichokes with room to spare) over medium-high heat until it just begins to smoke. Stand the artichokes cut sides down in the oil, wait a minute, then reduce the heat to medium-low, sprinkle in the garlic and salt, and cook, without stirring, just until the garlic turns golden and smells toasty, about 3 minutes. Pour in the wine, cover the pot and cook, without stirring, at a vigorous simmer until you can insert a sharp knife into the thick artichoke bottoms with barely any resistance, about 25 minutes. Five minutes or so before they’re fully tender, scatter on the capers and cover again. Uncover, raise the heat to medium-high, and bring the liquid to a boil. Cook until all the wine has evaporated (the bubbling sound will become a sizzle), about 3 minutes. Add the mint and keep cooking the artichokes in the oil (it’s OK if a few of them tip over), until the cut sides of the artichokes are deep golden brown, 3 to 5 minutes. Lower the heat if necessary to prevent the artichokes from getting too dark. Arrange the artichokes prettily on a plate, and scoop the capers, oil and slightly crispy mint over top. Serve straightaway or at room temperature. A five-finger pinch is as much as you can grab with just the tips of all five fingers." - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
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How to Cook with Mushroom Stems (http://food52.com/blog/12... ) https://farm9.staticflick...
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"Lastnightsdinner's Velvety Mushroom Soup (http://food52.com/recipes... ) is a great way to use up your mushroom stems, and its taste lives up to its name: It truly is velvety—without the use of any cream—and it's also intensely mushroomy, thanks to the trifecta of mushroom stock, dried mushrooms, and fresh mushrooms. The base doesn't start with a mirepoix, but you won't be missing out on any flavor: The mushrooms are deglazed with sweet vermouth, fresh thyme is used in both the stock and the soup, and a Parmesan rind (along with all of the mushrooms, of course) provides umami. Note that the recipe calls for more shiitake stems than caps. Plan to cook this soup after you make another recipe calling for shiitake mushroom caps, or simply use any extra shiitake caps in place of some of the cremini or white button mushrooms. " - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
The soup calls for parmesan rind, but could easily be replaced with something else (like some extra salt) if you wanted to make a vegan version. - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
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Jennifer D. to Vegetarian Stuff, Jennifer D.'s feed
Avocado-Cucumber Soup Recipe - NYT Cooking (http://cooking.nytimes.co... ) [http://graphics8.nytimes.... ]
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"INGREDIENTS 2 cups plain yogurt (not Greek); 2 cups half and half; Salt and white pepper to taste; 1 avocados, finely diced; 3 small English cucumbers, peeled and seeded; 1 tablespoon grated onion; 1 cup cold chicken broth; Fresh chives; Crisp crumbled bacon; Toasted, chopped almonds" - Jennifer D. from Bookmarklet - - (Edit | Remove)
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The original recipe calls for chicken broth and bacon bits, but I'd assume that the vegetarian versions of those, or substituting vegetable broth and something else salty, would be just as good, if not better. - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
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Vegetarian Mapo Tofu Recipe - NYT Cooking (http://cooking.nytimes.co... ) [http://graphics8.nytimes.... ]
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"Mapo tofu is a justly popular menus item in many Chinese restaurants. It is a quickly cooked dish of braised tofu with minced pork (sometimes beef) in a bracing spicy sauce made with fermented black beans and fermented broad bean paste, along with hot red pepper and Sichuan pepper. This meatless version with fresh shiitake mushrooms is completely satisfying, and surprisingly easy to make. For the best texture, use soft tofu rather than firm, taking care to cook it gently to keep it from crumbling." - Jennifer D. from Bookmarklet - - (Edit | Remove)
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"PREPARATION Remove stems from mushrooms. Make a light mushroom broth by simmering stems in 2 cups water for 15 minutes, then strain and reserve broth (discard stems). Dice mushroom caps and set aside. Cut tofu into 1-inch cubes. Cover with boiling salted water, let steep for 15 minutes, then drain. Put oil in a wok or wide skillet over medium heat. Add red peppers, black beans and bean paste and cook, stirring until fragrant, about 1 minute. Add garlic and ginger and let sizzle, then add mushrooms, soy sauce, sesame oil and Sichuan pepper. Add 1 1/2 cups mushroom broth and cook mixture gently for 2 minutes. Carefully add tofu cubes. Shake pan to distribute sauce, using a wooden spoon to help. Try to avoid smashing tofu. Drizzle in cornstarch mixture, gently swirling pan to incorporate (sauce will thicken) and simmer tofu in sauce for 2 minutes more. Thin with a little mushroom broth if necessary. Transfer to a low bowl or platter. Sprinkle with scallions and cilantro sprigs." - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
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Eggs in Spicy Minted Tomato Sauce recipe on Food52.com (http://food52.com/recipes... ) [https://d2k9njawademcf.cl... ]
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"Serves 2 as a main dish, or 4 as an appetizer; 2 tablespoons unsalted butter; 2 tablespoons olive oil; 1 medium yellow onion, diced; 3 to 4 garlic cloves, minced; 1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and minced; One 28-ounce can crushed tomatoes; Sriracha or other hot sauce to taste; 1 bay leaf; 1 tablespoon chopped fresh mint; Salt and pepper to taste; 4 large eggs; Crusty bread, for serving" - Jennifer D. from Bookmarklet - - (Edit | Remove)
"In a large, deep-sided skillet or frying pan with a tight-fitting lid, heat butter and olive oil over medium heat. When the butter melts, add onion and sauté for about 5 minutes, or until translucent. Add garlic and jalapeño and sauté for 1 more minute. Add crushed tomatoes, hot sauce, and bay leaf. Bring the mixture to a boil, then reduce the heat to keep it at a steady simmer. Simmer, uncovered, for 20 to 30 minutes, or until the sauce has thickened and coalesced. Stir in mint. Use a spoon or spatula to make four depressions in the sauce, spacing them evenly throughout the pan. Gently crack an egg into each depression. Season the tops of the eggs with salt and pepper, then cover the pan and cook until the whites are set and the yolks are done to your liking. Serve the eggs straight from the pan, with plenty of crusty bread for mopping up the yolks and sauce." - Jennifer D. - - (Edit | Remove)
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