I've been experimenting with how to use it in cooking too. The Asian Marinated tofu recipe (from Vegan with a Vengeance and again in Veganomicon) calls for Asian chili sauce. I used the Sweet Chili Sauce instead. It sits here on a bed of Spring Greens in Garlic and Soy Sauce from Riverford Farm Cook Book. Destroying the name I used leftover marinade instead of the soy.
Garnished with fresh chives from the windowsill and more Sweet Chili sauce it made a deliciously sweet, tasty, nutritious meal. All with organic ingredients.
Last night was a bit of a shambles nutrition wise. Not that I feel guilty about that. I did feel bad about not cooking though. I was itching to get my fingers dirty. So after our chippy tea I made vegan fruit crumble.
for one person
- around a cup of frozen mixed berries
- half an apple quartered (I use an edible so eat the other half, and I don't bother peeling)
- half a cup of sugar
- half a cup of flour
- quarter of a cup of vegan marge
Put the apple and berries into a decent sized ramekin (I've seen a tea cup too but my appetite isn't that delicate!)
Cover the fruit with your sandy mixture.
Put it in the oven at 180 C or 350 F for 30-35 minutes.
When the mixture is bubbling out eat it.