Roti Jala (Net Bread)

Roti Jala (Net Bread)

I found a fascinating post at veggiebelly.com about roti jala, or net bread, which has origins in India. The batter consistency is like a thin pancake. Traditionally it is ladled into a roti jala mold, a contraption that looks very much like a measuring cup with holes poked in the bottom. The batter drizzles...

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Vegan Curry Dip

Vegan Curry Dip

I promised you award-winning vegetarian and vegan recipes, so here is the first one. This is an easy-to-make vegan dip based on a box of tofu. You need to soak the raisins so they will blend with the other ingredients. This won first place in the appetizer category in the 2002 Delicious Living magazine...

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Pineapple Illusion Iced Tea

Pineapple Illusion Iced Tea

Recently I bought a smorgasbord of mint varieties, such as ginger mint, basil mint and water mint. The pineapple mint has done especially well, cascading its variegated leaves over the edge of the container it’s in. Mixing it with pineapple sage, orange mint and spearmint produced a fruity iced tea without any fruit. There...

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Leftovers Never Tasted This Good!

Leftovers Never Tasted This Good!

What to do when you have “nothing” to eat but a bunch of leftovers?  Such was the case for breakfast today. I took a no-knead oat-wheat roll (homemade), cut it in half, spread it with homemade vegan mayonnaise and stone-ground mustard, then added soy cheese and homemade sauerkraut (with apples and caraway seeds.)   Warmed...

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