Sunday, 28 August 2016

Frozen Chocolate Banana | ORIGINAL RECIPE

Ingredients
Bananas
Vegan Chocolate

This Recipe Is All My Own, I Hope You'll Love It Just As Much As I Do! ^^

How To

The Bananas
Take However Many Bananas That You'd Like
(I Usually Go For One or Two Per Chocolate-Bar)
Peel Them, Cut Them Into Little Medallions, and Place Them On a Plate.

The Chocolate
Take The Chocolate, Break It Up Into Pieces, Place It In a Soup-Bowl.
Take a Boiler The Same Circumference As The Bowl, Fill It Half Full With Water.
Put The Bowl Of Chocolates On Top Of The Boiler, As If a Lid.
Set The Heat To High, And Let It Boil Until It's Hot,
And You See It'd Hot Enough For The Chocolate To Start Melting. 
Use a Spoon To Fiddle With The Chocolates, To Check Their Melting-Progress. (NOT PLASTIC)

Fusion-Time!
Use a Spoon To Collect and Pour The Chocolate On Top of The Medallions.
Once You've Achieved Desired Amount of Chocolate On Top Of Every Piece Of Banana.
Place The Dish In The Freezer.

Wait a Short While, Then You're Good To Go
Eat Directly Off of Your Plate
BON APPÉTIT! :D


Moo-Free Ice-Cream | Trying New Recipes

Ingredients Used
Frozen Bananas
Plant-Milk
Vegan Chocolate
Frozen Strawberries

Banana Choc Yum
I've Had This Thing For a While, Where I Take Cold Bananas, And Cover It With Melted Chocolate, Then Freezing It. PURRFECT Dessert! ^^

This Dish Tasted a Little Bit Like That.
Not As Much As I'd Like. But It Resembled.

It Didn't Taste Like "Ice-Cream" At All.
It Tasted Like Smoothie. a Good Smoothie, Just Like The Stuff I Used To Buy At The Local Café.
But Still, Not Ice-Cream.

I Didn't Have Red Currants (Sadly, Cause I Am Such a Fan)
So I Decided To Make One Batch Of Chocolate Moo-Free Ice Cream, and One Of Strawberry.

I Must Say, Combining The Two, Was The Best.
And I Preferred It To Eating The Two Flavours Separately.

Recipe Used: From Norwegian Cookbook
"Vegan Food At It's Best"
by Jane H. Johansen

Original Titles
Book: Veganmat På Sitt Beste
Recipe: Mø-Fri Iskrem (p.232)

Applecider Waffles | Trying New Recipes

Ingredients Used
Soy-Milk
Apple-Cider-Vinegar
Canola-Oil
Sugar
Baking-Soda
Cardamom
Salt
White-Wheat-Flour

YES! :D
These Waffles (Well, Pancakes In My Case, As I Broke Our Waffle-Iron Way Back xD)
Are SO GOOD! :D

They Tasted EXACTLY Like The Best Café-Bought Waffles That I Used To Get As a Child! :D
I Think The Cardamom and Apple-Cider-Vinegar Did The Trick Flavourwise.
It Resulted In a Round, Perfectly Warming, Sweet Flavour. So Yummy! :D

Recipe Used: From Norwegian Cookbook
"Vegan Food At It's Best"
by Jane H. Johansen

Original Titles
Book: Veganmat På Sitt Beste
Recipe:Veganske Vaffler (p.224)

Thai Noodle Dish | Trying New Recipes

Ingredients Used
Eggplant
Yellow Onion
Carrot
Green Paprika Pepper
Soy-Sauce
Chili-Oil
Sesame-Oil
Peanut-Butter
Garlic
Fresh Ginger-Root
Noodles

Too Peanut'y
For Me, This Dish Was Too Peanut'y In Flavour.
The Fact That The Sauce Turned Out To Be Very Dry, And a Bit Flavourless, Also Made It Just An Okay Dish, Not a New Fav.

When Making It, It Said That One Tablespoon of Chili-Oil Would Be Dangerously Close To Making It Too Hot For Some. I Gotta' Say, It Wasn't Hot at All. And I'm Sensitive To Spicy-Foods.
So If You're a BIG BIG Spicy-Fan, Go BANANAS With The Chili-Oil, When Making This Dish.
OR, Take My Mom's Advice Below, Post-Cooking! ;)

I Think This Dish Is Perfect For People Who Prefer Peanut-Flavours, 
And Who's Nit Too Big On Runny Sauces.

My Mom Thought This Dish Was Okay, And She Recommends To Add Plenty of Sesame-Oil, Soy-Sauce and Chili-Oil When Creating Your Portion. She Says This Made The Dish Fisty'er and More Savoury, and Resulted In a Rounder, Warmer Taste-Experience.

I Paired This Dish With The Explore Asian, Pad Thai Brown Rice Noodles
That I Received In My VeganCuts Snack Subscription Box a While Ago.


Recipe Used: From Norwegian Cookbook
"Vegan Food At It's Best"
by Jane H. Johansen

Original Titles
Book:
Veganmat På Sitt Beste
Recipe: Nudler Og Grønnsaker Med En Sukk For En Saus (p.132)

Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Upcoming Reviews!

Recently My Reviews Have Been a Bit Sporadic.
This Is Due To Changes In My Subscriptions.

I Can No Longer Afford To Subscribe To All The Vegan Subscription Boxes. :(
Of Course I'd Love To, So I Could Have Tons of Fun, Trying ALL The Stuff Every Vegan Subscription Service Has To Offer, And Blogging About It, So All Of You Can Benefit From ALL The Info About The Various Vegan Boxes Out There; But Alas, No Can Do. I'm Skint :O xD

But Here Are The Boxes I'm Still Subscribed To (See Above :)
And I'll Continue Being Subscribed To These, For As Long As I Can Afford It.

I'm Going To Continue Blogging About These Three, Each Month, Their Contents, 
Comparing Value To Price. So Look Forward To That! :D

I'm Still Going To Do The Usual Vegan Posts About Trying New Recipes Etc.
Yaay! :D 
I'm Having SO MUCH FUN In The Kitchen With This Little Experiment Of Ours! ^^

So LOTS To Look Forward To, Fellow Vegans! :D

I'm Hustling Every Day, Working Hard To Turn My Passions of Veganism, Writing, 
Film-Making and Acting Into a Paying Job.
If You Want To Help Me, Read My Posts! :)
Watch My Videos! :)
Share Them, Subscribe and Leave Encouraging Comments! ^^

 I Also Have a Crowdfunding Profile On Patreon, For Anyone Who'd Like To Help Me That Extra Mile :) REWARD: 16% Of ALL Donations Go To ANIMAL-CHARITIES! :D

Saturday, 13 August 2016

VEGAN SUSHI HERE I COME! :D Japanese CookBook! :D

I'm a Regular as a RedditGifts Sign-Up;
a Secret Santa Exchange Service, 
Where You Match With Complete Strangers All Around The World.

This Time Around, I Entered Into The CookBook/Food Exchange
In Hopes For Even More Vegan CookBook Adventures To Come.

Today I Received THIS (See Above ;)
VEGAN JAPANESE COOKBOOK! :D :D :D :D

I Told My Santa That I Really Like East-Asian Food-Flavours, and That I Was Hoping For a Japanese Vegan CookBook (Not Even Sure Such a CookBook Existed)

AND MY SANTA HIT A HOMERUN! ^^
I Can't Wait To Start Reading and Cooking With This CookBook! :D

So You Better Look Forward To It In Future Posts You Guys! :D

Book In Question
"Kansha"
by Elizabeth Andoh

Do YOU Have This CookBook?
If So, Comment Below! Let's Cook Together! ^^