Put 2 liters of water to boil in a pot. When the water boils, add soy and salt or vegeta.
Peel an onion, wash it and cut it into cubes. Heat oil in a pan, add onions and cook a little. Add soy and tomato juice. Let it cook for 10 minutes.
Puree: Peel the potatoes, wash and cut into cubes. They are boiled in salted water to cover them. After they have boiled, add the margarine and pass them.
We serve soy stew with puree.
500 g peas
100 g diced soy
2 tablespoons broth
100 ml wine
3 garlic cloves
2-3 tablespoons oil
1-2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 pinch of salt
Soak the soybeans in hot water, leave it for 15 minutes, drain it, then boil it with salt and pepper. You drain it in a strainer. Chop the julienned onion and grind the garlic. Pour the oil into a pan and fry the onion, garlic and, when the onion has become glassy, add the peas, pour a little water, cover the pot, let it boil, then add the soybeans. Dilute the broth with the wine and soy sauce and pour the mixture into the pan. Let the sauce form, taste, season with salt and pepper and turn off the heat. Serve the fasting food with peas and soy with freshly cut parsley.
Vegan (fasting) meatballs with soy
Meatballs can be eaten with a salad, but also with pasta with red sauce. Moreover, you can use them as a patty for burgers, if you give them a bigger and flatter shape.
Ingredients (6-8 servings)
- 200 g soybeans
- 7-8 tablespoons flour
- 4 potatoes
- 4-5 cloves of garlic
- green parsley
- green dill
Method of preparation
1. Soak the granules in water for half an hour or prepare them according to the preparation instructions on the sachet (there are quite a few producers on the market, and the quality of soy products - whether it is granules, cubes or flakes & # 8211 differs a lot).
2. Meanwhile, boil the potatoes. When they are ready, peel them and crush them like puree.
3. Drain the soybeans as well as possible and put them in a bowl together with the mashed potatoes, finely chopped greens, finely grated garlic, salt and pepper to taste and form the meatballs.
4. Roll the fasting meatballs with soy through a mixture of flour and breadcrumbs (in the proportion you want) and fry them in hot oil. Then remove them on a paper towel to absorb excess oil.
5. If you are not in a hurry and want a more dietary preparation, put the rolled meatballs on a tray lined with baking paper and put them in the hot oven until they turn brown.
Organic Cassava Flour (Tapioca / Cassava), 1000g
Cassava flour (Tapioca / Cassava) is the product obtained from healthy and clean cassava roots that have been peeled, crushed, grated, ground, pressed, sifted and dried at an appropriate temperature.
Ingredient: 100% cassava *.
* = from ecologically certified crops.
- SWEET TAPIOCA PANCAKES -
[Number of servings: 1 - Preparation time: 5 minutes - Cooking time: 7-10 minutes]
Do you want something different for breakfast or afternoon snack? How about sweet, vegetarian and gluten-free pancakes? With a measure, 5 ingredients and 15 minutes you can get delicious sweet pancakes.
Are you ready to learn how to do this?
Necessary ingredients (for a pancake):
1 tablespoon cassava flour, 1 tablespoon vegetable milk, 1 tablespoon cocoa powder, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 egg.
Method of preparation:
1. In a bowl, place the eggs and milk and mix well.
2. Now add all the other ingredients and mix until you get a thin dough.
3. Heat a frying pan for approx. (15 cm) and pour the dough into it. If you want, you can grease the pan with coconut oil.
4. Cook on each side for 3-5 minutes.
5. When ready, add the filling, which can be almond cream, maple syrup, chocolate cream and so on.
- COCONUT CAKE -
[Number of servings: 12 - Preparation time: 45 minutes - Cooking time: 60 minutes]
Any coconut dish is delicious! So enjoy this great and easy to prepare cake. People with gluten and lactose allergy can also consume this preparation, isn't it great ?!
3.5 cups coconut milk, 3 tablespoons butter (unsalted), 2 cups sugar, 4 eggs, 2.5 cups cassava flour, 1/2 cup coconut flour, 1/2 cup coconut flakes, 1 tsp baking powder, 1 teaspoon cardamom,
1 teaspoon salt.
Method of preparation:
1. Preheat the oven to 180 ° C.
2. Grease a 21 cm cake tin with coconut oil and sprinkle with cassava flour.
3. In a small bowl, mix the egg whites and add the salt so that they do not melt.
4. Beat the mixture with the yolks, sugar and butter until they reach a consistency (soft yellow cream).
5. Continue to mix and slowly add the milk, flour and baking powder.
6. When they are well mixed, stop and with a spoon make soft tips, mixing very easily.
7. Pour the mixture into the baking tray and sprinkle it with coconut flakes and coconut nectar.
8. Bake for about 60 minutes at medium temperature.
Storage conditions: dry and cool place.
Shelf life: see the date written on the package / label.
You will never buy margarine again after you find out!
Margarine is a much more affordable alternative to butter from a financial point of view and the fact that it is spreadable when we take it out of the fridge makes it a favorite choice of many of us. Unfortunately, experts point out the health risks of this food.
During Lent, more and more people are tempted to consume products that seem at first sight healthy and ideal for the fasting period. One of these products is vegetable margarine. Although it seems perfect for those who fast, margarine is extremely harmful to health.
At first glance, margarine may seem like the ideal product to eat during Lent, but it contains many dangerous substances and additives. Margarine is a mixture of fats similar to those in long-fried foods, difficult for the body to convert into energy.
E-mails containing margarine include:
E100 & # 8211 curcumin & # 8211 synthetic dye, may lower blood sugar
E160b & # 8211 synthetic dye obtained from genetically modified organisms
E202 & # 8211 Potassium sorbate, synthetic preservative, may cause severe digestive disorders
E476 & # 8211 synthetic emulsifier & # 8211 has a moderate toxic effect and may cause allergies.
We must pay attention not only to additives. Another very important factor in choosing products is the salt content, given that 100 grams of margarine can contain up to 1/6 of the daily dose recommended by the World Health Organization. Moreover, if we take into account that 70% of the amount of salt we consume daily comes from processed foods, we should be careful that they contain as little salt as possible, according to Infocons.
Check before purchasing margarine products:
the ingredients on the product label (mentioned in descending order, according to the proportion of each ingredient)
food additives (E) mentioned on the product label.
Another important factor is the fat content, which can reach up to 70% of the product. Synthetic margarine fats cannot be burned by the human body.
Worryingly, more than half of the margarine products contain at least five E's.
Although the process of obtaining margarine has been modified, it remains an unhealthy food, due to the transformations that the substances in its composition undergo in the laboratory.
Calcium is found in fresh vegetables with green leaves, sesame seeds, soy, figs. As protein sources, legumes are the ideal choice. Peas, beans, lentils, chickpeas, soy or buckwheat are ideal to eat, due to the many benefits they have on the body.
Iron is also a valuable mineral, especially in fasting. Dried beans and green vegetables are the main sources of iron in vegetarian food. Iron absorption is favored by the presence of vitamin C and therefore the consumption of foods rich in vitamin C, along with those rich in iron, is more than recommended. Other sources of iron are: lentils, soybeans, peas, plums, figs, grapes and beets.
Sources of healthy fats are olive oil, nuts, hazelnuts, seeds, avocado and coconut.
I'm sure you've heard of goulash so far. If you are from Romania, then you have definitely tasted a goulash so many times before! And I'm sure as well Americans they heard about goulash. And yet, what is a goulash ?!
Let me unravel the mystery for you. Goulash is a traditional Hungarian dish (called Gulyas) and is something between a soup and a stew. The authentic recipe contains cubes of life, vegetables for soup as well carrot, red bell peppers, potatoes and onion, but also paprika, considered to be the basic spice for any true goulash. And & hellip about that!
Sounds simple, doesn't it? That's because it is! & # 128578 Traditional goulash is a great example of the fact that we can get an extremely fragrant dish with just a few very, very simple ingredients.
Here is some pretty interesting information. Goulash is also known in America, but without any upset, I must mention that it has little to do with the traditional Hungarian recipe. As with most famous recipes, goulash has also undergone many transformations over time in various parts of the world. In the United States goulash is usually served as a stew with lots of pasta and lots of beef, lots of tomatoes and even cheese on top.
Blasphemy? Probably, but I will not judge these things. After all, everyone can enjoy food the way they like, I just wanted to tell you that a traditional goulash is a little different from the American one.
And because I really like a good goulash, I decided to turn the original recipe into her fasting version. After all, why not? I am sure that the rest of the recipes on my blog have convinced you brilliantly that ANY dish can be transformed into a vegan / fasting one without losing the original flavors and nutritional values. The same principle applies to this fasting goulash! & # 128578
Even if this fasting goulash has no trace of meat in it, I promise you will not miss it at all. I decided to replace the beef cubes in the original recipe with soy textured cubes this time because I strongly believe that they "mimic" the texture of the meat very well. And I am extremely pleased with the result!
When it comes to a really good goulash, paprika (paprika) is the essence and the most important thing. After we heat the onion and garlic in a pan until translucent, it's time to add the spices, and the paprika is & ldquovedeta & rdquo here. And if you want to take everything to a completely different level, you can use smoked paprika instead of the classic one. It's a big difference, take my word for it! & # 128521
Traditional goulash is usually served as is, perhaps sometimes only with a little bread langa. But my recipe for today is a goulash soup rather than a stew, so it's a bit more liquid. Regardless of the texture, I prefer to eat goulash as it is, without any kind of & ldquogarnitura & rdquo & ndash maybe just a hot green pepper, fresh, to still remain in the sphere of the traditional.
Healthy, full if you like. What more could you want from a fasting goulash? And the aroma is simply unsurpassed. I believe that a large bowl of hot goulash is the perfect solution for a gloomy day or a rainy evening. I invite you to make yourself comfortable on the couch while enjoying a comforting dish! & # 128578
Whether you live in Central Europe or not, I recommend you try a homemade goulash at least once in your life. I promise you will not regret it! And it is a very good recipe for family meals, when all the loved ones are gathered around the table, waiting for something delicious to eat. When you "ldquodezvalui" this fasting goulash, I'm sure they'll all be impressed! And if you feel a little uninspired, this fasting goulash goes great even for the Christmas holidays & ndash for example. After all, winter is the best season for soups and stews, isn't it?
Oh, and let's not forget an important factor when it comes to this recipe: this fasting goulash is very affordable because it is made with cheap and good ingredients! That's why I recommend this recipe and students or families on a small budget for food & ndash and is very good for meal prep.
If I think about it, this fasting goulash looks a bit like my bean soup or with it cabbage soup because all three are very filling and tasty, although each has a different flavor and texture.
Did I convince you? I hope so! If the answer is positive and you plan to prepare this fasting goulash soon, then please don't forget to come back here and tell me how it turned out and if you liked it. I'm very curious! I hope you like it and I wish you more cooking!
Fasting mayonnaise with soy milk & # 8211 video recipes
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Recipe of fasting mayonnaise it is indispensable when you are fasting or when you simply do not want to use raw eggs in mayonnaise. Honestly, I like it very much, and the best part is that it is done very quickly and easily. The taste is that of classic mayonnaise and we can use it exactly like ordinary mayonnaise, for any kind of preparation we want. In addition, it is stored in the refrigerator for much longer because it does not contain any ingredients of animal origin.
It is extremely easy to make fasting mayonnaise and we need few ingredients. First of all we need soy milk. Don't be afraid of soy milk. It is found in all supermarkets and is very good in taste. One liter of soy milk will be enough for a large amount of mayonnaise and you can keep it in the fridge for a long time.
In addition to soy milk, you also need oil. I used Unisol, from first press oil. The first press means that Unisol oil is obtained from the first pressing of sunflower seeds, thus preserving their natural taste. In addition to these two ingredients, you also need mustard, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Mustard can be of any kind, classic, Dijon, with whole grains or whatever you like. Lemon juice can be replaced with vinegar.
To make fasting mayonnaise, you need a strong enough vertical mixer with at least 600W. Put the ingredients in a tall container and insert the mixer to the base. Mix for a few seconds and lift it slightly to the surface. You have the exact technique in the video to make the perfect fasting mayonnaise. You can then use it for anything. Beef salad, eggplant salad or from any other vegetables. You can add garlic to make mayonnaise with garlic or spicy sauce for a spicy mayonnaise.
Soybeans (grains) - 18 recipes
Recipes with soybeans - various dishes based on this delicious legume, much sought after for fasting menus and more.
soy is a leguminous plant whose seeds contain 39-45% protein, 19-22% fats and many vitamins. The composition differs depending on the culture, climate and especially the variety.
Originally from China, where it has been cultivated for over 5,000 years, soybeans then spread to America, Europe and Africa. With a large number of species and a special resistance to drought and disease, it has come to be adapted to a wide range of soil and climatic conditions.
With the exception of Antarctica, soybeans spread to all continents, but found the best conditions in the wetter plains of mid-latitudes, where the U.S.A. and China together account for 60% of world production.
The importance of soybeans is special. From soy is obtained: a good quality edible oil, also used in the preparation of margarine, a wide range of flour and semolina which, due to the high protein content, rich in amino acids have a higher nutritional value than flour obtained from cereals.
The amino acid content of soy is comparable to that of animal proteins: milk, meat, fish, etc.
From soybeans, through various processes, a wide range of derived products is obtained: "soy milk", fermented beverages, cheeses or even powdered milk. Soy proteins play an important role in obtaining textured products, which are similar to the meat ones.
In order to obtain meat substitutes and meat products, the "spinning" operation is necessary, through which the structure of the meat can be imitated.
Soybean sprouts are an excellent feed used in animal husbandry.
Soybean meal with vegetables (fasting)
Did you know that soy has a high content of protein, calcium, iron, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B complex, Omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, bringing many health benefits? Due to calcium, soy is recommended for menopausal women because it reduces the risk of fractures.
Ingredients (5-6 servings)
500 g soybeans
2-3 bell peppers
200 g mushrooms
1 cup peas
2 medium onions
1 bunch parsley
Method of preparation
Wash the soybeans several times and leave them in the water overnight to soak them. Drain them, then boil them in water with a little salt, and boil the peas in another pot.
Peel a squash, grate it and slice the carrot and onion. Put the onion to harden, in a little oil, and when it becomes glassy add the carrot, then the peppers.
Separately, wash the mushrooms well, cut them as you like and cook them for a few minutes. Drain them well and add them over the rest of the vegetables. Salt and pepper, add a pinch of paprika and mix well. When the soy is cooked, drain it well, and put it, along with the peas, over the vegetables and mix well. Sprinkle with thyme, and when it is almost ready, add the finely chopped parsley.
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• Ingredients and total costs (approximately 4 lei, for 2 servings):
Water, 350 ml
Potatoes, 500 grams & # 8211 1 leu
Carrots, 150 grams & # 8211 0,5 lei
Red onion, 150 grams & # 8211 0,5 lei
Red bell pepper, 100 grams & # 8211 1.5 lei
1 teaspoon of salt once
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon dried parsley
• Nutritional values:
Total calories: 520 kcal.
Protein: 12 grams.
Carbohydrates: 123 grams.
Fiber: 20 grams.
Unsaturated fats: 1.1 grams, of which Omega-3 (7%), Omega-6 (3%).
Vitamins and minerals: Calcium (23%), Copper (115%), Iron (130%), Magnesium (54%), Manganese (92%), Phosphorus (76%), Potassium (82%), Selenium (10%), Sodium ( 10% of vegetables + 600% of neoid salt), Zinc (50%), Vitamin A (962%), Vitamin C (304%), Vitamin E (30%), Vitamin K (30%), Vitamin B1 (52 %), B2 (39%), B3 (57%), B5 (67%), B6 (174%), Folic Acid (27%), Choline (26%) Total of the recommended minimum daily dose.
• Preparation (Total cooking time 25 minutes):
Mashed potatoes with vegetables, creamy, fine, fluffy, made a little different from the classic recipe, but wonderfully tasty! Potatoes, carrots, onions and red bell peppers are cut into cubes and put together with 350 ml of water in a bowl and left on the stove to boil for 25 minutes. Add salt, garlic and parsley and mix with a mixer until a paste is obtained. It can also be made in a much finer blender, we preferred the mixer. This is all! Fast, simple, cheap, tasty, nutritious and healthy! Good appetite!