Many of us have heard of ‘aquafaba’ now. The juice out of cans of chickpeas can be used to make vegan meringues, and as more people experiment we are discovering more ways it can be adapted to suit many of the complex uses of egg meringue.
So do you want to make your own vegan lemon meringue pie? Did you think going vegan would mean you would have to miss out on treats like this? Not at all! Here’s the recipe!
It happens to all of us, no use denying it. You crave foods from your pre-vegan days. Well, the good news is, if it’s a chicken burger you’re craving, you can have your burger and eat it too with this ‘Steamed Chicky Seitan’ burger from Isa Does It.
Here’s a running guide if you would like to skip ahead at any point:
0:05 “The Recipe”
0:18 “Meet’n’Greet-ients” (Meet The Ingredients? No? I Tried!)
2:30 “The Preparation”
6:43 “Wrapping Your Burgers”
11:50 “The First Finish” (You Can Have More Than One. Who Knew!?)
13:40 “Make It Smaller!” (That’s What She Said)
14:40 “One Final Tip” (That’s How She Lies To Herself)
15:25 “Serving Suggestions” (We Promise Ours Are Better Than The Cereal Box)
Turns out Mum enjoyed cooking for YouTube. So here’s another episode of cooking with Mum. This time we have this easy homemade vegan cheese, which is great for adding to baked dishes such as lasagna, or cheese melties. I myself ate one this morning stirred into some baked beans, which created a delightful creamy cheesy sauce.
I’m returning this blog to what I initially meant it for, at least for one vlog. Here’s my Mum making seitan sausages!