I have started a vegan recipe blog. I know there already are millions of them but it feels a little more rewarding if someone actually read and maybe even cooked what I'm writing down. I hope you enjoy :)

I have started a vegan recipe blog. I know there already are millions of them but it feels a little more rewarding if someone actually read and maybe even cooked what I'm writing down. I hope you enjoy :)

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So, I like food and whilst I'm not actually sure many people will read this blog, it is still a good way to keep my (favourite) recipes together. If you stumble upon this in search for vegan dishes, I hope you enjoy! Chop onion and crush garlic. Dice the zucchini into 1,5-2cm cubes. Heat oil in a pan and fry onion and garlic for a few minutes. Add zucchini and a little salt, so the zucchini doesn't soak with oil. Fry on medium heat until the zucchini is soft but not mushy. Deglaze with wine or broth you made with your water and stock. Add all the spices and then the cream. Add salt and pepper to taste. I don't like very sweet spreads, so this is perfect for me. I assume, you could make it sweeter by adding part milk part water and more sugar, or just using soy milk chocolate. And you could blend all kinds of nuts into it and add part nuts, part cocoa powder. While stirring add water (or part water, part soy milk/cream) until you have a liquid mass that has about the consistency of cream. So just a little thicker than milk. All the best flavours combined. Sometimes I even fry tofu in it so it takes on its flavour. You are going to blend everything in the end so you don't need to make super small pieces. Add onion, garlic and ginger and blend. Add salt, pepper and sugar to taste. This is an easy yet delicious recipe, which I also used with my Couscous Burgers. Basically, you can add anything you like and call it "thing I like mayonnaise". And, of course, you can cook anything you like with the cream. It saves me a lot of money where I live and where anything made from soy other than milk is ridiculously expensive.

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