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Tasty vegetarian meals

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- Sun, 04 Aug 2019 17:46:50 EST 1cyG5U80 No.159382
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I've gone all veggies lately- save money and the planet.
https://youtu.be/KW4m3UMIfxc

what recipes do you guys have,esp spicey stuff?
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Daniel Boulud - Tue, 06 Aug 2019 20:54:43 EST dJCyDoqI No.159412 Reply
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falafel, mane. make a cucumber salad and some tahini sauce, warm up some pitas, deep fry the falafel then combine it all
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Lancelot de Casteau - Tue, 06 Aug 2019 23:08:26 EST 5WdELw/2 No.159416 Reply
>>159412
yo falafel is actually really good but I like it as more of a side for lamb than anything else
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Pierre Gagnaire - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 09:47:48 EST 7PreVkZv No.159419 Reply
>>159412
>>159416

its just such an easy thing to do terribly. But good falafel with the right ingredients is phenomenal.

also gonna give some props to a lot of baked crunchy vegetables in general (carrots, brussel sprouts, potatoes) but especially cauliflower.
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Bobby Chinn - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 09:00:52 EST bnDwnI8O No.159588 Reply
I bought oat milk for the first time today.
>Cons:
Twice the price of normal milk.
Not quite as effective at stopping the tea leaving a layer of whatever it is on your teeth that feels funny.
>Pros:
Still not a lot of money.
Recyclable packaging. Also easy to fold up small, uses less space in the bin.
Very faint oaty taste that reminds me of breakfast, makes the cup of tea even more cosy to drink.
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Vincent la Chapelle - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 11:36:19 EST vvKTX/8p No.159590 Reply
>>159382
>what recipes do you guys have,esp spicey stuff?
Chana masala is easy, tasty and really customizable.

I like to use a big can of garbanzos, and a smaller can of tomatoes (whole or diced). Plus a bit of tomato paste, if you've got any handy.

So: Heat oil in a big pot. Add your whole spices: cumin, bay leaf, coriander, dried chilis. If you only have powdered stuff, that's fine too. Then, turn the heat down some, and add finely chopped ginger (or ginger paste), fresh chilis and diced onions. let those sweat. Add some chopped garlic for a few seconds. Then, add tomato paste if you're using it. Let that get a bit smokey. Then add your tomatoes, and garbanzos, and a little bit of the juice. Add tumeric, plus more spices (cumin, coriander, cardamom, whatever). Cook that down until it's kinda dry, or at least thick. It's personal preference. Then add garam masala in the last five minutes. Add lemon juice until it's tangy. Salt to taste. Garnish with cilantro.

It should be slightly sweet, salty, tangy, spicy, and smokey. It's best with naan, but any bread will do. It's also good with rice, but then I'd make it runnier. You're supposed to use amchoor (dried mango) for the tangyness, instead of the lemon.
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Martín Berasategui - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 20:45:49 EST DFXMoKF5 No.159595 Reply
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>>159590
This is a hard dish to make. I've only tried twice, but I could never balance all the flavors just right. I'll definit- Vincent, you again?! Color me impressed. As a token of my appreciation, take this. It's dangerous to go alone.

>The stank code is 1701.
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Rose Gray - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 21:53:28 EST vvKTX/8p No.159596 Reply
>>159595
LOLOL . Thank, brother Martin.

> I could never balance all the flavors just right.
What's "just right," though? when I make it at home, it's not like restaurant ones. I like ones I get at a restaurant, but what I make is different. Mine is not subtle at all. At home, I just blast it with chillies, whole cumin, coriander, and lemon (or amchoor). When I make it, I make intense flavours. If someone can't do spicy food, I cut way back on the chilis and it's still pretty good.

I first made it from a madhur jaffrey recipe, where she said it was a street food that's spicy and sour, served with bread, and a snack. It's way easier if you approach it with that attitude. "snack food" That's actually a healthy meal.

Whatever that pic is looks delicious. Cake? Pie? Tart?

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