A community driven visual potluck. Chana Masala « INJI. Chana Masala I grew up in India, Tanzania, and little of the Middle East at a time and generation before the advent of canned foods.
Foods sealed in a tin were pretty much limited to milk powder, juice concentrates or something non-consequential. Everything else was fresh. Even when I moved to Delhi and lived there close to ten years till 2006, the only thing I remember was buying coconut milk. The last five years (after moving to the US) has kind of changed the playing field…. canned foods have made a foray into our lives. The canned beans in particular are our saviors on days when we get back from work and all we want is a simple hot meal. Rinsed chickpeas The dish here – except for the onions, ginger, chillies and spices is solely made with ingredients from cans.
Place the chickpeas in a colander and rinse away all the gunky liquid. Heat 2 tsp of oil in a frying pan and add cumin seeds. Meanwhile heat 2 tsp oil in a second frying pan and add the chickpeas to it. Tomatoes All in one pot!! Coffee Cake Cinnamon Rolls, Orange Frosting. Stuffed with brown sugar walnut filling and slathered in orange cream frosting are the perfect morning or coffee break treat.
It may just be impossible to eat one of these with a frown on your face. Seriously. Try it. I might just call these, Truth be told.. Making Cinnamon Rolls. The next step is to carefully roll up the dough up into a long tube - securing all those precious flavors inside. After each slice I take a peek at that perfect seashell shaped swirl. Then I snuggly place each delicate swirl into a cozy round baking dish. Coffee Cake Cinnamon Rolls, Orange Frostingvegan, makes 7-8 rolls Dough: 3 1/2 - 4 cups white flour (or use your favorite flour) 1 Tbsp baking powder 3 tsp baking soda 1 tsp salt 1 stick vegan butter, melted (8 tablespoons) 1 cup soy or almond milk 1/3 cup fresh squeezed lemon or orange or tangerine juice 1 tsp vanilla extract plenty of flour for kneading/surface Directions:
Vegan Brown Sugar Blondies. Shameless. What I’m about to do to you is completely shameless. Because, you see. I have no agenda. But in about three seconds and a series of nine photos, I might convert you to veganism. For starters, I’m not 100% vegan yet. But, I tell you what. I’ve lost 5 pounds. To which I say, of course, “awww, guys. Now it’s your turn to love my guts, because I’m thisclose to showing you how fantastically fun vegan eating is becoming. For another thing, chocolate in a brown sugar batter. The batter isn’t weird or anything. We sprinkled the top of ours with sprinkles. Take note however!
Now, the part I’ve been waiting for. This is the part where we slice the hot blondies. Like this…. That right there is a drowning of Original Silk Soymilk. Also, our blondies bathe in it. Good holy mother of blondies. Come join us on the Cheez-It sneaking, banana bread slicing, blondie devouring vegan dark side. 9 blondies 10 minutes 35 minutes 45 minutes Who says healthy can't be fun? Ingredients: The Vegan Chef - Vegan Recipes - Beverly Lynn Bennett. Vegetarian. Great Vegetarian Recipes!