Monday, 9 April 2018

Lemon-Baked Filets | ORIGINAL RECIPE


(feeds 3 people w/ extra helpings)

1 Lemon
ca. 300g/10.5oz Vegan Soy Filets
Lemon-pepper Spice
8 Cherry Tomatoes
150g/5.2oz Salad
Canola Oil
Aluminium Foil
8-9 Medium Sized Potatoes
 1 Boil-In-Bag Brown/Whole Grain Uncle Ben's 10min Rice
3 teaspoons of bottled Lemon Juice

2 small/medium Boiling Pots
1 Oven Baking Tray/Bowl/Form/Casserole
1 Cutting Knife
1 Cutting Board
1 Lemon Squeezer

How To:
Peel the potatoes; start boiling.
Start boiling water for rice. Add and cook the rice according to package instructions.
Set the oven to 225C/437F.

Add a generous amount of Canola Oil in the baking form, coat the bottom and the sides in the inside.
Add the filets.

Cut the Lemon in half, and squeeze out the juice.
Pour the juice over the Filets.
Drizzle some more Canola Oil on top of the Filets too.
Add generous amounts of Spice all over the Filets, coating it.
Mix everything together thoroughly with your hands.
Then add some more spice, coating it again;
making sure every piece is spiced thoroughly.

Cut the lemon down to it's very most outer peel (should only contain bright yellow, no white).
Add the lemon-peel on top of the filets.
Wrap the baking form in Aluminium Foil, so the top is closed.

Once the oven has reached 225C/437F; place the baking form in the oven.
Let it cook for approx. 30-40 minutes.
Remove lemon-peels before eating.

Cut the salad into thin, long strips.
Cut the tomatoes into 4 boats per tomato.
Drizzle bottled Lemon Juice.
Mix it all together.

Once everything is done;
serve all together, and drizzle some Salt on the Potatoes.

Saturday, 7 April 2018

2 Things You DON'T KNOW About GOING VEGAN!

2 Things You DON'T KNOW About GOING VEGAN!

Monday, 26 March 2018

Taco Taco Burrito Burrito! | ORIGINAL RECIPE


I'm a HUGE taco-lover, always have been; so of course, coming up with the ULTIMATE Taco Recipe
has been a priority of mine.
For some time actually; a lot of trial and error๐Ÿ˜‚.

I recently came up with this recipe, after a session of experimentation;
I feel it makes for a very round and savoury taco-flavour.
Even my Non-Vegan Boyfriend LOVES IT!

So, shall we get started?๐Ÿ˜ƒ

1 Red Onion
2-3 Large Garlic-cloves
300g/10.58oz Vegan Meat-Replacement Farse
2 bags of Santa Maria Taco-spice
Smoked Paprika spice
Nutritional Yeast
Vegetable Cooking-Oil
Salt and Pepper

Tortilla Chips
Taco Hot Salsa Sauce
Tomatoes (chopped into small cubes)
Taco Wraps
+ and whatever toppings you may desire

How To
Chop Red Onion in two, then into thin half-moons.
Finely chop the Garlic.
Heat up a pan, add cooking oil.
Add Garlic and Onion into the pan.

Fry them in the oil on medium heat, until the onions look semi-translucent and shiny; 
make sure they don't start to colour or burn.

Drizzle 1-2 teaspoons of Smoked Paprika spice, and stir it in.
Then add ca. 2-3 teaspoons of Nutritional Yeast, and stir that in.

Fry it all on high-medium heat for a good 5 minutes; then add the Farse.
Stir it together thoroughly.
Season with sprinkles of Salt and Pepper, and stirfry for a good 5-10 minutes;
feel free to add more Smoked Paprika spice.

Now add water (ca. 3-4dl/10.14l.oz)
(enough to make it stop making that sizzling noise, when it's in the pan).
Then add 1 bag of Taco-spice, stir it in.
Then add the other and repeat.
Feel free to add a little more water as it bakes in it's own juices for a couple of minutes.

Place the Taco Wraps in aluminium foil and heat in the oven for a couple of minutes.

Spread the Salsa Sauce in a thin layer on your wrap, add farse, crush Tortilla Chip into crumbs on top, then the tomatoes, then wrap it up; and VOILร€!


My boyfriend likes to put his wrap in a hot pan, for a few secs, to fuse the wrap shut, 
which is very nifty!

If you're on the hunt for more Vegan Food Adventures, and can't find the perfect recipe here;

Thursday, 22 March 2018

Recipe of the Week | NEW SEGMENT!


I've been flirting with the idea of trying out a new recipe every week, for a little while now.
Like most people, I am a creature of habit; once I find something I like, I keep doing it.
And when it comes to cooking, it can get a little stale eating the same dishes over and over again.
Therefore, each week, I'm going to go on an online recipe quest for new undiscovered faves.
And the best thing is; you don't have to scour for new recipes, I'll be doing it for all of us;  I'll find new recipes; try them out, tell you what I think, and if you see one here that sounds delish, the recipes will be readily available through direct links!
I'll be your personal recipe bloodhound!๐Ÿ˜ƒ

If you have any recipe-suggestions, that you think should be tried out, and enjoyed by more people,
do leave it in a comment below!
And tell me what you think of this little recipe-adventure of mine!๐Ÿ˜Š

Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Soup Week | Soup Every Dinner For A Week

I've never liked soup.
So of course, I'm doing a whole week of them. Makes sense, right?๐Ÿ˜†

Let me clarify;
Growing up; the soups I had, were all the instant powder kind.
Unsatisfying and always left me hungry.
So whenever people suggested soup for dinner, my instant inner-reaction was that of
"SACRILEGE! That's not dinner! How dare you! Are you trying to starve me to death!?"

Recently however, I had an AHA-moment.
I was sick, and my mom made me tomato-soup from scratch, and OH BOY, was it good!
And so filling!๐Ÿ˜ฒ
Safe to say, I was speechless.

After said tomato-epiffany, I went on a search-quest for more delicious soups,
which is how I got here; a week worth of soup-adventures!

Carrot Soup
This recipe turned out yummier than I had imagined.
Way more flavourful.
It had carrots, yellow paprika, yellow onion, garlic, gingerroot and chili in it.
And surprisingly; orange-juice.
(sorry that it's in Norwegian๐Ÿ˜ฑ google translate?)

I didn't feel well today;
so no dinner, unfortunately. ๐Ÿ˜ฑ
Therefore, I'll add another day, and keep up with soups til Monday next week! ๐Ÿ˜‹

Onion Soup
In stead of wine, I used white wine vinegar (I'm allergic to pure white wine), which, in hindsight, should have been in waaaaay smaller portions.
Maybe only a tablespoon, not 1dl... ๐Ÿ˜‚ as the vinegary flavour took over the entire dish.
Despite this, it tasted amazing, BUT, not in huge amounts.
But as a small appetizer with sourdough-bread for dipping; definitely a winner.
If you're making it as soup though; I'd recommend 86'ing the white wine/white wine vinegar, and trying this recipe for only the onion flavours (which smelled BOMB, until I added the vinegar and fucked it all up ๐Ÿ˜†)


Taco Soup
This soup was SOOO GOOD!
Amazing Mexican flavours, and from scratch!
I never thought I'd be able to do that! Making taco-deliciousness from scratch! ๐Ÿ˜€
It wasn't spicy at all, and instead capsulated the chilli-flavour to perfection!๐Ÿ˜‹


Lentil Soup
Asian cuisine is a big fave of mine, and this soup did not dissapoint.
Especially good with the vegan filets I used in them.
(I gently stir-fried them for a couple of minutes, before adding to the soup)


The soup from yesterday lasted until today, and I was too strapped for time to make another;
before I was to go to a 90's Party๐Ÿ˜€
Here's a picture:๐Ÿ˜ƒ
It was a lot of fun๐Ÿ˜
(ESPECIALLY drawing on ALARMING eyebrows with my eyeliner๐Ÿ˜‚)

Veggie Soup
I was so hungry when I ate this, so even though the flavour was not the greatest,
it did, however, fill the tum.
Very bland and overpoweringly kohlrabi/leek'ey.
Would not make again.


Sweet Potato Soup
OMG, this soup is YUMMY!
The gingerroot, garlic, chilli and pomegranate come together in a flavour-explosion of the mouth!
The coconut milk makes it creamy, but keeps from tasting too coconutty
(not a fan of raw coconut flavour myself)


Minestrone Soup
I had never had Minestrone Soup before, and I was a bit apprehensive about it maybe turning out bland, flacour-wise. I was pleasantly surprised. It's not a new fave, but it was okay.


Soups ranked by how much I liked them:
1. Sweet Potato Soup
2. Carrot Soup
3. Taco Soup
4. Onion Soup
5. Lentil Soup
6. Minestrone Soup
7. Veggie Soup

To anyone planning to have their own soup-week, I'd recommend making sure to get some bread in there as well. Not necessarily with the soups for dinner, but definitely overall.
Just to make sure your body gets something a bit "meatier" than only liquids during the week.

Did YOU try any of the recipes?
How was it?
Or maybe you got some recipes I should try?