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I’ve decided to start a rating scale for all of the recipes I make out of ED&BV. The rating scale will help me remember which recipes I need to repeat and hopefully help you all decide which recipes to start with first 🙂
First up: Tamari-Roasted Chickpeas 5/5 stars
Here they are sitting atop some Roasted Vegetable Pizza from TJ’s (mine finally carries vegan pizza! yay). They are sooo good. I honestly thought I wouldn’t like them because I am like a kid and need my beans mashed in hummus or mixed with something. However they were quite tasty… success!
Here they are again, but this time mashed into Goddess Garbanzos. This was yummy and a great snack to have with these little round rice crackers (also from TJs). Oh, and I didn’t have celery, so grated carrots made a good sub.
Goddess Garbanzos 5/5 stars
Cumin Lime Tofu 4/5 stars
Good, but next time I’ll make double the marinade and pan fry the ‘fu for extra crispiness. Also, I didn’t have pumpkin seeds, so I left them out. That may have been a big part of what was missing for me in this recipe.
Coconut Lime Basmati Rice 5/5 stars
Fabulous. Coconut-y. Lime-y.
Cashew Banana Ice Cream 5/5 star
YUM! Very creamy, smooth and no ice cream maker required 🙂
Also made in Julie’s Kind Kitchen, but not pictured:
Warm and Cheezy White Bean Dip 3.5/5
Too nutritional yeasty for me. I think the White Bean Hummus will be more to my liking.
Peanut Banana Tortilla Turnovers with Molassa-Sauce 5/5
Incredibly good, yet so simple and decadent.
Un-ED&BV related, I got Ani Phyo’s book! I have read it over and I really like it so far. Hopefully, I will be posting pictures from her book as well.
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