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 Post subject: Re: Chef Michael Makhan (Aux Vivres) Recipes
PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2012 7:52 pm 
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Could you replace some of the existing liquid with banana liqueur? Or perhaps banana extract.



Very good ideas ! I totally forgot about liqueurs and I've seen little bottles at the regional liquor stores.

I microwaved a banana to see how much liquid there is and there is a lot. Now I'm thinking of may be cooking the bananas first, draining them of the liquid but that would likely decrease the flavour. Kitchen experiments will be ongoing.


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How about freezing the bananas? I sometimes freeze bananas in their skins for banana loaf and if I let them thaw on a plate they leak a lot of water.


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How about freezing the bananas? I sometimes freeze bananas in their skins for banana loaf and if I let them thaw on a plate they leak a lot of water.


Fabulous idea !! And I just happen to have some bananas in the freezer. Once I get some more chocolate the pie experiments will continue.


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I made Aux Vivres Energy Truffles on the weekend and they are fabulous ! The combination of the dried fruit, lemon/lime zests and chocolate pack a lot of flavour into a small bite. They are great for a mid-afternoon energy boost.

Energy Truffles recipe
Michael Makhan, Aux Vivres
Montreal Heart Institute Foundation cookbook « 100 recettes pour toi mon cœur ».
https://www.icm-mhi.org/en/foundation/f ... blications

Yield: 15 balls
Prep time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Ingredients:
250 mL (1 cup) pitted dates, tightly packed
60 mL (¼ cup) almonds
60 mL (¼ cup) dark chocolate chips
60 mL (¼ cup) flaxseed
5 ml (1 tsp.) grated lime zest
5 mL (1 tsp.) grated lemon zest
1 mL (¼ tsp.) salt
60 mL (¼ cup) sunflower seeds
60 mL (¼ cup) pumpkin seeds
80 mL (⅓ cup) raisins
60 mL (¼ cup) unsweetened coconut, grated

1. Be sure there are no pits left in the dates. Use a knife to chop them into small pieces (they are very hard to chop in a food processor).

2. Combine all the ingredients in the food processor except the dates, raisins and coconut. Mix to a puree. Add the dates and raisins and pulse a few times until the mixture begins to clump together.

3. Remove the mixture from the food processor and shape into small balls. Roll the balls in the coconut and serve.



Michael and his brother Liam have purchased Noble Bean company that makes tempeh. They’ve got some great recipes on their website.

Crispy Maple Tempeh Strips
http://noblebean.com/crispy-maple-tempeh.php

Miso Chipotle Tempeh
http://noblebean.com/miso-chipotle.php


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 Post subject: Re: Chef Michael Makhan (Aux Vivres) Recipes
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The recipe for Aux Vivres Lentil and Walnut Loaf with Onion and Rosemary Gravy was published in the Oct 8th edition of the Canadian National Post newspaper.

I'm hoping that this is the same onion and rosemary gravy they serve with their Tourtière - it is very good.

Just a heads-up: both recipes are big and restaurant sized. Would likely cut the recipe in half, unless you're cooking for a crowd.

Aux Vivres Lentil and Walnut Loaf with Onion and Rosemary Gravy by chef Shawn Arsenau
http://news.nationalpost.com/life/food- ... alnut-loaf


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Ohhh...thank you for these links!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Chef Michael Makhan (Aux Vivres) Recipes
PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 2015 10:00 pm 
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The National Post spelled Shawn's last name wrong and I copied/pasted - should be Shawn Arseneau.

Looks like Shawn/Aux Vivres has 2 other recipes on Radio Canada - Thai Bowl and Burger au fromage d’avoine (oat cheese burger).
Will translate to English and repost. My minimal French skills could really use the workout !


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 Post subject: Re: Chef Michael Makhan (Aux Vivres) Recipes
PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2015 9:27 am 
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Thai Bowl
Aux Vivres Menu Description: steamed bok choy, pickled carrot & daikon, lettuce, shredded carrot, peanuts, coriander, Thai peanut sauce & grilled tofu or grilled tempeh.


Bol thaï
makes 4 servings
http://ici.radio-canada.ca/tele/par-ici ... n-arseneau

Ingrédients
Marinade pour daikon et carottes


• 2 grosses carottes – 2 large carrots
• 1 petit daikon – 1 small daikon
• 2 tasses (500 ml) de vinaigre blanc – 2 cups white vinegar
• ⅔ tasse (160 ml) d’eau – 2/3 cup water
• ¼ tasse (60 ml) de sucre – ¼ cup sugar
• 1 c. à soupe (15 ml) de sel – 1 tbsp salt

Sauce thaïe aux arachides (Thai Peanut Sauce)

• 1 tasse (250 ml) de beurre d'arachide naturel crémeux – 1 cup creamy natural peanut butter
• 1 tasse (250 ml) d’eau – 1 cup water
• ½ tasse (125 ml) d’huile de tournesol – ½ cup sunflower oil
• 2 c. à soupe (30 ml) d’ail hachée – 2 tbsp minced garlic
• ¼ tasse (60 ml) de sucre brun – ¼ cup brown sugar
• ¼ tasse (60 ml) de gingembre - ¼ cup fresh ginger
• 4 à 5 feuilles de lime Kaffir hachées finement – 4-5 Kaffir lime leaves finely chopped
• 1 ou 2 piments thaï hachés – 1 or 2 thai chilies, chopped
• ¼ tasse (60 ml) de vinaigre blanc – ¼ cup white vinegar
• Sel (au goût) – salt to taste

Ingrédients pour le bol (Ingredients for the Bowl)

• 1 tasse (250 ml) de riz brun cuit – 1 cup cooked brown rice
• 2 tasses (500 ml) de mesclun – 2 cups mesclun
• Mini bok choy grille – mini bok choy, grilled
• Arachides rôties – roasted peanuts
• Portobello, tofu ou tempeh grille – grilled portobello, tofu or tempeh
• Carottes et daikon marinés – marinated carrots and daikon
• Coriandre – fresh coriander
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Préparation
Pour la marinade (for Marinade)


1. Tailler le daikon et les carottes en juliennes. - Julienne carrots and daikon into matchsticks.

2. Dans un bol, mélanger le vinaigre avec l’eau, le sucre et le sel. – In a bowl, mix the vinegar with water, sugar and salt.

3. Ajouter les juliennes de carottes et de daikon et laisser mariner au frigo pendant 24 heures (la marinade se conserve quelques jours au réfrigérateur). – Add Julienne carrots and daikon and marinate in fridge for 24 hours. The marinade will keep for a few days in the fridge.

Pour la sauce aux arachides (for the Peanut Sauce)

1. Mettre le beurre d’arachide dans un bol et le diluer avec l’eau et l’huile. – Put peanut butter in a bowl and dilute it with water and oil.

2. Ajouter le reste des ingrédients. – Add the rest of the ingredients.

3. Bien mélanger avec un fouet et réserver. – Mix well and set aside.

Assemblage (Assembly)

1. Servir le riz dans des bols. – Serve rice in bowls.

2. Ajouter le reste des ingrédients. – Add the remaining ingredients.

3. Napper généreusement de sauce aux arachides. – Coat generously with peanut sauce.


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 Post subject: Re: Chef Michael Makhan (Aux Vivres) Recipes
PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2015 9:36 am 
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Thank you for sharing and translating. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Chef Michael Makhan (Aux Vivres) Recipes
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Burger au fromage d’avoine (Oat Cheese Burger) - 4 servings
http://ici.radio-canada.ca/tele/par-ici ... ese-burger

Description from Aux Vivres Menu: Noble Bean tempeh grilled and served on a whole-wheat bun with caramelized onions, tomato, lettuce, pickle & chipotle mayo

They also use the oat cheese in their new frozen pizzas, with tempeh and vegetables
http://instagram.com/p/xpIrkVArkU/

Ingrédients
• 1 brique de tempeh Noble Bean* original, coupée en 4 (ou de tofu ferme) - 1 brick of Noble Bean Tempeh (original or firm), cut in 4

• 4 pains hamburger de blé entier vegan – 4 vegan wheat hamburger buns

*Noble Bean en vente dans les épiceries Rachelle-Béry, IGA et Marché TAU – Noble Bean tempeh is available at Rachelle- Béry, IGA and market TAU

Marinade pour tempeh – Marinade for Tempeh

• 2 c. à soupe (30 ml) de tamari – 2 tbsp tamari
• 2 c. à soupe (30 ml) d’huile d'olive – 2 tbsp olive oil
• 1 gousse ail hachée – 1 clove garlic, minced
• 1 c. à soupe (15 ml) de sirop d'érable – 1 tbsp maple syrup
• ½ tasse (125 ml) d’eau – ½ cup water

Fromage d’avoine – Oatmeal Cheese

• ¼ tasse (60 ml) de flocons d’avoine précuits – ¼ cup quick cook oats
• 1 tasse (250 ml) d’eau bouillante – 1 cup boiling water
• ¼ tasse (60 ml) de levure alimentaire (Bob's Red Mill) – ¼ cup Bob’s Red Mill Nutritional Yeast
• 1 c. à thé (5 ml) de sel – 1 tsp salt
• ¼ c. à thé (1,2 ml) de curcuma – ¼ tsp tumeric
• ¼ c. à thé (1,5 ml) d’ail en purée – ¼ tsp garlic purée
• ½ c. à thé (2,5 ml) de sucre – ½ tsp sugar
• 2 c. à soupe (30 ml) d’huile d'olive – 2 tbsp olive oil
• ¼ tasse (60 ml) de poivrons rouges rôtis (en purée ou hachés) – ¼ cup red roasted peppers (purée or chopped)

Garnitures au choix – Choice of Toppings

• Oignons caramélisés – Caramelized onions
• Tranches de tomate – Slices of tomato
• Tranches de zucchini grilles – Grilled zucchini slices
• Vegenaise chipotle – Chipotle Mayo

Pour le tempeh – For the Tempeh

1. Couper le tempeh en deux sur la largeur et encore en 2 sur le sens de l’épaisseur. – Cut the temph in half crosswise, and again in half of the thickness. {comment: basically you want 4 rectangles of tempeh that will fit your bun like burgers}

2. Déposer dans un plat et ajouter tous les ingrédients de la marinade. - Place in a dish and add all the marinade ingredients.

3. Laisser mariner au moins 20 minutes. - Marinate at least 20 minutes.

4. Griller sur le barbecue. – Grill on the barbecue.


Pour le fromage d’avoine – For the Oat Cheese

1. Broyer les flocons d’avoine pour les mettre en poudre. – Grind the oatmeal into a powder.

2. Dans un bol, verser l’eau bouillante sur la poudre d’avoine. – In a bowl, pour boiling water over the oat powder.

3. Brasser pour rendre lisse. – Stir to make it smooth.

4. Ajouter le reste des ingrédients, mélanger et réserver. Add the remaining ingredients, mix and reserve.

Montage - Assembly

1. Sur le pain grillé, mettre le tempeh et garnir au goût. – Put the tempeh on toasted bun and garnish to taste.

2. Ajouter le fromage d’avoine et refermer. – Add the oat cheese and close. (put on the top of the bun and EAT !!! )


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 Post subject: Re: Chef Michael Makhan (Aux Vivres) Recipes
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Spicy Noodles with Bok Choy and Tofu
(repas léger pour deux personnes) – light meal for 2 people
http://voir.ca/voir-la-vie/gastronomie/ ... x-sources/

**A link to this recipe in French was posted earlier in the thread but I forgot to translate**


INGRÉDIENTS
-Vermicelles de haricots en quantité suffisante (ces nouilles sont plus légères que les nouilles de riz ou de blé et sont en vente dans les épiceries asiatiques) - Sufficient quantity of cellophane or glass noodles (made from mung bean starch and water) – they are lighter than rice or wheat noodles and are on sale in Asian grocery stores.

-2 tasses de bok-choy lavé et coupé en morceaux (peut être remplacé par des champignons, du brocoli ou tout autre légume qui vous fait craquer) – 2 cups bok choy, washed and cut into pieces – can be replaced with mushrooms, broccoli or any other vegetable you prefer.

-Le quart d’un bloc de tofu – one quarter of a block of tofu

Pour la sauce:
-1 c. à table de sirop d’érable – 1 tbsp maple syrup
-1 c. à table de sauce tamari – 1 tbsp tamari
-1 c. à table de gingembre frais râpé – 1 tbsp grated fresh ginger
-1 c. à thé d’huile de sésame frais – 1 tsp fresh sesame oil
-2 c. à table d’huile de tournesol – 2 tbsp sunflower oil
-2 c. à table d’eau – 2 tbsp water
-1 c. à table de vinaigre de riz – 1 tbsp rice vinegar
-La moitié d’un piment chili haché finement – half a finely chopped chili pepper

(Conseil: doubler la recette de cette sauce pour l’utiliser comme vinaigrette sur une salade… délicieux! – Recommendation: double the recipe for the sauce and use as a dressing on a salad)

PRÉPARATION
-Passer au mélangeur tous les ingrédients de la sauce pendant environ 1 minute. – Run through a blender all the ingredients for the sauce for about one minute.

-Trancher le tofu et le faire mariner 5 minutes dans une partie de la sauce. – Slice the tofu and marinate 5 minutes in some sauce.

-Blanchir les bok-choy une minute dans l’eau bouillante, puis les réserver en conservant l’eau de cuisson et en la faisant bouillir à nouveau. – Blanch the bok choy one minute in boiling water. Keep the cooking water and bring to a boil again.

-Faire bouillir les nouilles pendant 2 minutes. - Boil the noodles for 2 minutes.

-Égoutter et rincer à l’eau froide. – Drain and rinse the noodles in cold water.

-Faire sauter les morceaux de tofu mariné jusqu’à ce qu’ils soient légèrement dorés. – Sauté the pieces of marinated tofu until lightly browned.

-Mélanger les nouilles, la sauce, le tofu et les légumes et servir avec des feuilles de coriandre ou de basilic et des graines de sésame grillées. – Mix the noodles, sauce, tofu and vegetables. Serve with coriander or basil leaves and toasted sesame seeds.


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 Post subject: Re: Chef Michael Makhan (Aux Vivres) Recipes
PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:30 am 
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Thanks for that!

That oat cheese is intriguing. I think I'll give it a whirl.


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vijita wrote:
Thanks for that!

That oat cheese is intriguing. I think I'll give it a whirl.



Happy cooking ! Please let us know how things go with the oat cheese. It sounds so simple, I'm wondering how it actually comes together....


And one more Aux Vivres Recipe for their Quinoa Sushi. The recipe is published in Issue 4 of the Fresh Vegan Magazine.


Aux Vivres Quinoa Sushi
http://www.freshviewmagazine.com/quinoa ... es-canada/


This is the first time I've seen the Fresh Vegan Magazine and I like their global content. They have some sample editions on ISSUU to check out.


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I believe I am making the tofu and bok choy this weekend! I will report back on how it turns out, provided I can get the bok choy (I like baby bok choy).

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That loaf looks delicious - I'm going to try it on my son this week.Thanks.

Oat cheese, oh my, I remember a friend making an oat cheese sauce back in the 90s.


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Padraigin wrote:
Spicy Noodles with Bok Choy and Tofu

I'm eating this right now and I love tofu and veg and rice noodly things and this is YUM. I added a couple of chopped, sauteed shittake mushrooms in addition to the bok choy.

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seitanicverses wrote:
Padraigin wrote:
Spicy Noodles with Bok Choy and Tofu

I'm eating this right now and I love tofu and veg and rice noodly things and this is YUM. I added a couple of chopped, sauteed shittake mushrooms in addition to the bok choy.



Excellent news ! I love the idea of adding shittake mushrooms.

I made the Quinoa with Maple Tempeh with Broccoli and it turned out well. The recipe calls for pea shoots, but not available this time of year. The raw sauce is fabulous and I will likely use it in other bowls too.

Quinoa with Maple Tempeh and Snow Pea Leaves
http://ascentmagazine.com/columns.aspx% ... ID=29.html

Ingredients raw sauce

4 T tamari
2 T tahini
1 t grated ginger
1 t grated garlic
1 t miso
2 T maple syrup
1 t sesame oil
2 T olive oil


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Michael Makhan co-owner of Aux Vivres is also co-owner for Noble Bean Tempeh.

They just posted a good video on how to make Tempeh Bacon and a BLT wrap.


Noble Bean Tempeh - Bacon recipe
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YPV60XT1ZQ


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OMG Noble Bean is the best tempeh I have ever bought in a store.


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I brought Aux Vivres Molasses-Glazed Roasted Vegetables to a BBQ last weekend and they went over very well. I baked the veggies for 15 minutes at home, and then the BBQ host finished grilling them in a non-stick wok for grilling (looks like a square basket with holes).

Here's the recipe with my modifications. It is a big recipe, so unless you're cooking for a mob, look at downsizing by half or less.



Molasses-Glazed Roasted Vegetables – Chef Michael Makhan, Aux Vivres
as printed in Molasses Inspirations by Joy Crosby (published in Google Books Preview)
https://books.google.ca/books/about/Mol ... edir_esc=y

Molasses Glaze:

½ cup (125 ml) extra virgin olive oil
½ cup (125 ml) balsamic vinegar
½ cup (125 ml) molasses
½ cup (125 ml) water
4 tbsp (60 ml) fresh rosemary [ I cut back the rosemary to 2 tbsp]
1 tsp (5 ml) black pepper
1 tbsp (15 ml) salt [ I cut the salt to 1 tsp]
2 tbsp (30 ml) fresh garlic

Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Mix well.

Vegetables:

3 large sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed
6 large white potatoes, washed and cubed [I did half white and half Japanese sweet potatoes]
4 large carrots, peeled and chopped
2 small white onions, peeled and chopped
2 parsnips, peeled and chopped
2 leeks, washed and chopped

Bring water to a boil in a large pot. Blanch all vegetables for 10 minutes and drain.

Bake 350 F (180 C) for 25 minutes on an oiled baking tray until golden.

Serves 6-8


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OMG Noble Bean is the best tempeh I have ever bought in a store.


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 Post subject: Re: Chef Michael Makhan (Aux Vivres) Recipes
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I missed out on Aux Vivres on my last layover, but not this coming one! Thanks for posting!

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