This one had some great flavors, though was a little mushy for me. That being said, the Veganaut loved it! If you like softer dishes as opposed to my preferred crunchy, this recipe could be perfect for you!
The Veganaut and I were watching Castle the other week when one of the characters, a fruitarian, was talking about how the juiciest steak around was a papaya steak. So we experimented and made our own!
I’ve got a lot of recipes for you folks this week, ones that I am pretty darn proud of too. Here’s the first of several for this week, a very Lilith Meal indeed.
Made some jackfruit pulled pork sandwiches, basically used the same recipe I did earlier only served it on buns with spinach and mango salsa. There were lots of leftover jackfruit too that I threw in to a tater tot casserole. Previous recipe: https://crunchyvegan.wordpress.com/2015/05/21/experimenting-with-jackfruit-taco-style/
So many of my meals are rich and full of fake meat, cheese substitutes, or something making them rich and savory. I like it that way. But sometimes it is nice to have a break from that and have a light and refreshing meals. This was one of those.
I don’t make salads often, but when I do I have a feeling they end up being more calories than my usual meals since they are SO PACKED! Here is a perfect example.
This is another classic Lilith meal, super quick and easy to throw together.
This was an easy but amazing dish, very Lilith.
When I was a child Christmas time meant cookie time. We used to make snowballs and chocolate chip cookies, and my favorite which was this old vegan recipe known as sand tarts. I was very pleased with my attempt at replicating these recipes this past week. It brought back so many great memories, and I was able to make Star Wars and dinosaur shaped cookies!