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This is a fun recipe I have shared and made with friends for parties and get togethers. Perfect a for a group session of Dungeons and Dragons, or even for single consumption! I don't judge! The illustration was a lot of fun to make, I hope you enjoy!
Beets are truly magnificent. Not only can they grow in pretty much any climate, they are a chameleon in how they enmesh themselves into savoury and sweet recipes with equal aplomb. Oh! And they make wicked good tie dye, as their jewel toned stain is so deeply hued it is otherworldly in its vividness. So this beet hummus is freaking delish, AND it's good for you AND it will sustain you throughout the day. On crackers or toasted pita with veggies for lunch, snack or whatever, it fills you right up and gives you tonneau of plant based energy to burn. Can we also mention their earthy, sweet, mineral flavour profile? Beets, beets, magical beets✨
Take the pork net softened in hot water. Cut the liver, spleen, lung and heart into cubes. Remove the fat from the kidney and cut it into small pieces. Insert the pieces of kiwi, roll up the net and form the skewers. Salt, pepper and cook on the grill. Serve with wild spinach leaves.
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Few bean dishes have more regional variations than hummus, a Middle Eastern/Mediterranean dip made from chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans). It can be silky-smooth or chunky or whole-bean; spicy or nutty or herbed; topped with za'atar or paprika or pine nuts or olives or parsley. No matter whether Egyptian or Syrian, Lebanese or Israeli, Turkish or Greek, it's guaranteed to be delicious! (Who doesn't love earthy chickpeas and buttery tahini drizzled with olive oil?)
So grab a piece of pita bread or some fresh veggies, and start dipping!
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This is my family recipe for a healthy and nutritious version of the classic Nutella. We loooooove it!
Acarajé is a traditional afro-brazilian recipe very popular in the lovely state of Bahia (Brazil). It's a delicious fritter usually deep fried in a local oil called "dende". The fritter is commonly served with vatapá and a spicy vinagrete, the vegan suggestion is to use jackfruit instead of prawns in the vatapá.
Delicious and perfect in a summer party ;D
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