It’s basically a tiramisu inspired dish. Very simple, light and low in calories depending on your usage of yoghurt. I’m sure I didn’t use this much but just as a precaution, here it is with measured ingredients.
I got the idea out of La Dolce Vegan and changed the recipe.
I had a spare banana and worked out some ingredients that would take alright with that! This is gorgeous!
Makes two big bowls, can be reduced down further!
I made this up from craving bruschetta but also wanting pasta...first I thought spaghetti would be great with this but then realised curly pasta would go well because of being able to hold the juice...any curly pasta would do.
Also, you can eat this cold or hot. I ate it cold and it was delicious...great on a hot day!
My own dahl which is tasty as an accompaniement or in a wrap!
NB. Skim milk can be used instead of coconut milk if you want a lighter version.
Serve with (ideas):
* brown rice, basmati rice, curry, raita
this is the first time that I’ve given this out…everyone wants it but no one gets it, until now….enjoy!
* reduce fat by using olive oil spray instead of peanut oil
* bake potatoes in microwave for quick cooking
* serve with brown rice, lentils, meat curry
Want something different with your strawberries? Sick of the same old stuff...test this one, it's a sure winner! And it could be pretty fancy for a dinner party!
Top with yoghurt, cream or a slice of ice cream.
I wanted to use the four mix beans in something different and I thought I'd play with this. You can use this as a bruschetta top or a very nice spicy, chunky dip. The possibilities are endless.
The nutritional values below do not include the capsicum or three bean mix. The below includes everything.
Total Calories: 129 calories
Calories Per Serve: 64.5 calories
Calories for total pepper: 4 calories
Calories for total three bean mix: 89 calories.