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 Post subject: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
PostPosted: Wed Jun 05, 2013 12:51 pm 
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So if you want to request that I make a recipe for my blog please put it here! That way, when I need inspiration, I can just check in. You win. I win. Whether you just want something new to do with brussels sprouts or you want a specific recipe veganized or just want a general recipe for, say, lasagna or sformoto*, I'z can halps.

*what the fizzle is sformoto?

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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A delicious lasagna recipe that doesn't require tofu ricotta or a pricey nut cheese. Haven't won hubby over for tofu yet and I can't sneak it in him. And cashew cheeses and things of the like are prohibitively expensive for us.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
PostPosted: Wed Jun 05, 2013 1:25 pm 
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I requested it previously but Fesenjoon!

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Summer tomatoes! I never want to ruin their perfect flavor so I usually stick to using them raw on bagels, salsa, and sandwiches but surely there are other things I should be making besides bruschetta & tomato salad.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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I would love to see more African style recipes! Ethiopian, South African, Morrocan etc.

Also, I wonder what Isa's take would be on my country's national dish, stamppot: potatoes mashed with butter and (leafy) veggies, accompanied by stong tasting meat like bacon or smoked sausage.

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A delicious lasagna recipe that doesn't require tofu ricotta or a pricey nut cheese. Haven't won hubby over for tofu yet and I can't sneak it in him. And cashew cheeses and things of the like are prohibitively expensive for us.

I often make lasagne with a double layer creamy noochy bechamel sauce, one in the middle and one on top. If you make the sauce nice and thick, you won't miss the cheese at all (or at least my partner and I don't).

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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I've also seen recipes suggesting using mashed up chickpeas in place of the tofu in ricotta. Actually, I second the lasagna request!


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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I've also seen recipes suggesting using mashed up chickpeas in place of the tofu in ricotta. Actually, I second the lasagna request!


Yay!

Also, chickpeas could be good, or I suppose white bean paste. Which I actually may have seen somewhere, but I suck at tagging recipes from blogs and the like. Either way, I think PPK needs one :)

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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corned beef hash!


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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I'd like more on what to do with red lentils. I use them sometimes in soups, but would like to use them more in mains.
And savoury pies (maybe using nooch, as I've just started using it and I'm unsure about how to use it, quantity etc).

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Something interesting with chard.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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I am still really interested in a high protein, lowish on the carbs breakfast. Something to start the day off right.

And anything that is good for a very portable lunch - the kind of thing you can take to the park on your lunch hour and eat outdoors would be great.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Someone recently asked me if I could make vegan galaktoboureko, and I was like "......"

So, that?

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Also, Findus crispy pancakes.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Tuna noodle casserole
Chicken Parm
Tuna melts
Any type of casserole really, they are my favorite things to make! Normally easy, cheap, and provides leftovers.

My mother in law makes this delicious chicken casserole that I haven't been able to recreate. Basically a shiitake load of sour cream, cream cheese, mayo, white wine and breadcrumbs on top, baked into a yummy goodness.

eta: A gluten free pizza crust that works!! I seriously miss making my own pizza at home. Everything I have tried has failed and the store bought mixes aren't worth the money. They are all floppy messes and weird in the end product.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Seconded on the casseroles! I need more casseroles in my life.

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Ruby Rose wrote:
Also, Findus crispy pancakes.


Yesssss!

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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I agree with the casseroles suggestion


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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poopiebitch wrote:
Someone recently asked me if I could make vegan galaktoboureko, and I was like "......"

So, that?


There's a recipe in Vegan Eats World, or at least there was in testing (my copy of the book got lost on the way here!).

All I ever really want is Cambodian food. And German desserts that I can impress the family with. Bienenstich?

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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OMG BIENENSTICH!!!!! YES YES YES BIENENSTICH!

Smitten Kitchen's take on it (warning not vegan): http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2013/04/bee-sting-cake/

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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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daisychain wrote:
Ruby Rose wrote:
Also, Findus crispy pancakes.


Yesssss!


Thirded!


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Tofulish wrote:
OMG BIENENSTICH!!!!! YES YES YES BIENENSTICH!

Smitten Kitchen's take on it (warning not vegan): http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2013/04/bee-sting-cake/


I second this! Before I was vegan this was my favorite dessert, and my heart breaks a little whenever I walk past the bakery and see it. If I even had the slightest confidence as a baker, I would try to veganize it myself.


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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I am still really interested in a high protein, lowish on the carbs breakfast. Something to start the day off right.

Yes, please. Maybe something bean-based? I feel like I'm eating too much tofu if I have scramble every day for breakfast and then want tofu for dinner somewhere in there.


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Goulash! I'd love to see what twist you'd come up with. :)


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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Can it be French food? Madeleines, cannelés, brioche.

Vegan pâté (maybe a quick version).


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 Post subject: Re: The Recipe Request Thread (for Isa)
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GraciaKai wrote:
Tuna noodle casserole
Chicken Parm
Tuna melts
Any type of casserole really, they are my favorite things to make! Normally easy, cheap, and provides leftovers.

My mother in law makes this delicious chicken casserole that I haven't been able to recreate. Basically a shiitake load of sour cream, cream cheese, mayo, white wine and breadcrumbs on top, baked into a yummy goodness.

eta: A gluten free pizza crust that works!! I seriously miss making my own pizza at home. Everything I have tried has failed and the store bought mixes aren't worth the money. They are all floppy messes and weird in the end product.


GraciaKai, i'm with you on the gluten-free pizza crust that works. i've been trying for years and i'm not happy with all that i've come up with.

i veganized my mother's tuna casserole recipe a bit ago - it's pretty yummy if you wanna give it a whirl: http://happyveganface.blogspot.com/2010 ... d-fun.html (scroll down for the recipe)


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