My dear Friend Lulu, a Kitchen Witch of her own ilk, has taken a live-fermented Dosa recipe and transformed it into a magical Vegan Burger. With a unique blend of grains, legumes, mushrooms, herbs and spices this is a rare vegan burger in that it actually holds together. It also happens to be quite tasty and nutritious. It is great fried in a skillet or cooked on the grill or shaped into balls (baked lightly) and used for fondue. It can be eaten as a sandwich or a “steak”. As Lulu rarely makes the same thing twice, I had a hard time capturing the recipe so I have tweaked it a bit.
Pleasantly bitter this salad just might help you detoxify. According to Ayurveda this is what bitter flavors do. Arugula, spinach and parsley combine perfectly with the crunch of toasted sunflower seeds. Add refreshing grapefruit-Dijon “vinaigrette” and your mouth and body get a jump-start on healthy eating.
Richer than is fair, these brownies will satiate any chocolate craving. Rich, deep, and smooth, yet with a crunch of chocolate chip in the body of the brownie, your palate will reach new heights. Not for the fair at heart these are beyond Death by Chocolate. They’ll bring you back to life. For over the top decadence enjoy with a deep red wine or black, black coffee.
Crispy on the outside and warm and moist on the inside. This loaf surprises nearly all who eat it with its deep texture and hearty nutty flavor. One of my friends has made this recipe into balls. Every time I see her she reminds me how much she loves it. If making the loaf, you can turn leftovers into a sandwich.