This is a veganized version of the Danish "Sommersalat" (summer salad) - traditionally made with "rygeost" (a sort of smoked soft cheese made with curdled milk)
In Denmark it's served on rye bread for lunch.
*Note* - this recipe doesn't really taste like the original, but it's great anyway - and a lot healthier!
A different but very healthy and tasty chili.
I use a Hokkaido pumpkin (Red Kuri Squash), which is the most common here in Denmark.
*Note* if you are using Marmite, then do not add salt before tasting...
This one is just GREAT! So full of flavor. It's thick and spicy, but not very hot, so fell free to add cayenne if you prefer fire in your mouth :)
This chili goes very well with a rustic bread and tomato/cucumber salad topped with chopped green onions and fresh basil.
I use grated peppers, because I don't like it too chunky, if you do, just chop them instead.
This is a traditional Danish summer dish. Some eat it for lunch/dinner, others eat it for dessert/snack. (you can drink it, too...) It's usually served with "kammejunkere" (a sort of crunchy vanilla biscuits) or fresh sliced strawberries.
It's originally made with buttermilk, eggs, vanilla and lemon - but here is my vegan version... Enjoy
Really tasty and easy to cook... This is my own version of Sloppy Joes. I'm not a big fan of textured soy protein, but this way I really enjoy it! The Marmite adds a "meaty" flavor. (if you can't find it in stores, it can be ordered from www.veganessentials.com)
Veganized, but with authentic flavor!
Serve in arabic pita bread (or tortilla) with e.g. salad, tomatoes, onion, sambal oelek and vegan tzatziki. The seitan strips are also great for pizzas and salads...
Absolutely THE BEST fruit salad I have ever had!
Instead of cake I served this with vanilla ice cream at my last birthday - and trust me - no one was disappointed! Actually, it has become so popular in our family, that we hardly ever serve cakes anymore :)
This is my favorite version of chili sin carne. - It tastes even better the next day... If you prefer it more chunky, use chopped bell peppers instead of shredded...
*TIP*: try topping it with a vegan cheez-sauce and bake it for about 5 min. (450F) Sooo YUMMY!