It’s fun to follow the seasons here on IG. Right now, it’s all about pumpkin, soups and fruit pies. Yes, all the best things about autumn! Honestly, I’m quite jealous of my friends in the Southern Hemisphere, who are going towards summer with beautiful berries, smoothie bowls and salads. But since I’m stuck here, I have to make the best of it! Like this green pea soup, definitely one of the perks of autumn.
Chop 1 onion and 4 cloves of garlic and sauté in a large pot in a little bit of oil. Peel 3 potatoes and cut in slices. Add to the pot. Next, add 400 g of frozen green peas and cover with water. Bring to boil and cook until the potato is really soft, 10-15 minutes. Add 1 dl plant cream, 2 tbsp miso and 0,5 tsp salt. Blend until smooth, and add salt and pepper to taste. For serving, I used frothed barista oat milk to pour on top, and toasted pumpkin seeds. And of course a thick slice of homemade bread. Perfect for a cosy autumn dinner!
I have a weak spot for everything British, and Shepherd’s pie is no exception. I absolutely love mashed potato, so this makes such a great, comfy dinner. Underneath the mash is chopped onion and garlic, grated carrots, peas and sweetcorn quickly fried in a pan with a bit of oil, black pepper and some soy sauce and miso for salt and umami. I baked the pie for 20 minutes until the top started to look golden. At last, I sprinkled nutritional yeast on top when serving for that cheesy flavour.
Life isn’t always easy, and the past few days have been tough. So this warming, slightly spicy soup is just what I need to get back on track and soothe my soul.
• Sauté 2 cloves of garlic, 1 onion and 3 cm ginger (all finely chopped) in oil in a large pot. Add 2-3 tsp red curry paste according to taste. • Next add 4 kaffir lime leaves and 400 ml of coconut milk. Bring to boil. Add 1 tbsp of miso and 1 tsp of soy sauce. • Next, add whatever greens you like. Adjust cooking time depending on the vegetables. I added the following in this order: diced potato, broccoli, baby corn and carrots sliced with a potato peeler. • At last, season the soup to taste with salt, extra curry paste and freshly squeezed lime. • Cook the noodles. I used lovely thin somen noodles. Put noodles in a bowl and add soup. Top with coriander, cashews and lime wedges
I found a recipe in @vegomagasinet for green pea falafel. I haven’t made my own falafel before, so I thought I’d give it a try. I had some trouble getting the falafel batter to hold together in the pan, but with some extra flour they turned out pretty decent. A beetroot hummus was a nice match, and with potato wedges, and tomatoes, parsley and the last cornflower from our garden it made a colourful bowl. . Don’t miss my Story highlight on how to make the smoothest and best hummus!
Hello there, #tacotuesday it’s good to see you! Especially loaded with goodies like soy mince, white beans, oven roasted potatoes, tomato salsa, sweetcorn, guacamole and coriander. And my new favourite taco topping – coleslaw! I love the crunch and creaminess it adds. I simply mixed thinly sliced red cabbage and grated carrots with a little vegan mayo, a dash of white vinegar, salt and pepper.
What’s your best addition to tacos? Give me your favourites, please!
Anyone else love pizza bianco? That’s without the tomato sauce. I certainly do! This one’s baked with home made dough that was left to proof for two whole days in the fridge. That makes the perfect pizza base.
I topped it with a very thin layer of hummus, and then added thinly sliced raw potatoes and onion, bits of kale and coarsely chopped walnuts. At last a drizzle of olive oil and then in the oven at 250 C for 12-15 minutes. Before serving I added some salt and black pepper, a bit more olive oil and a drizzle of agave syrup. Delicious!
I don’t often eat the kind of old school Swedish food that we call “husmanskost”. But it’s something special about those childhood memories and the flavours that a whole country knows. On this plate is: * meat(less) balls from @anamma_sverige * potato mash with lots of vegan butter * pickled gherkin * “Brown sauce” with butter, plant milk, some soy sauce, onion * lingonberry jam.
Varsågoda! (Meaning something in-between Help yourselves and Bon appetite!)
This dish was – as usual – an improvised affair. It resembles Thai Massaman Curry, with some garlic, green chili paste, peanut butter, coconut milk, potatoes and carrots. Instead of adding chicken or beef as in Thailand (never pork, since Massaman means Muslim!), I served it with falafels. Plus rice, a squeeze of lime and peanuts. I was out of fresh coriander (my worst nightmare!!!), so I cheated with alfalfa sprouts, parsley and mint. But go for coriander if you have a choice. I didn’t take any measurements, but I’ll definitely make it again and jot it down for future reference.
It’s all good that there are meat-free burgers, sausages and chick’n for those summer barbecues, so that more people skip the meat. But sometimes the veggies themselves are good enough.
We used slices of eggplant and zucchini, mushrooms, romaine lettuce, tomatoes and new potatoes and carrots (boiled beforehand until almost soft). Toss the veggies onto the grill, serve it with some hummus and sage, and at last sprinkle it with cashew parmesan.
The perfect side to your summer barbecue, or as a main with a green side salad. Crispy baked potatoes and garlic sauce – can’t go wrong with this combo!
Boil 600 g new potatoes until almost soft. Put on a tray covered with parchment paper, and carefully press each potato down with the bottom of a glass or something similar. Chop 5 cloves of garlic. Sauté on medium heat in 3 tbsp of olive oil. Brush potatoes with the oil and half of the garlic from the pan. Bake in the oven at 225 degrees for 25-30 minutes, until golden and crisp on top. Mix 1 dl of oat fraiche, 1 dl vegan mayo, the sautéed garlic and oil, the zest from 1 lemon and 1 tbsp of lemon juice. Coarsely chop a bunch of dill and add to the sauce. Season with salt.