Hey guys, so a while ago I was getting into the flow of cooking my own Vegan and plant based food as I was transitioning to this new lifestyle. I enjoyed making new things but wished I had a central place for recipes for some of my quick favourites. So I made my own cook book on some of my fave things to eat. I have made some of the meals in here and if I haven’t made them then my mum has cooked them for me and I have loved it! (I’m still fortunate enough that my mum will cook for me from time to time)
The cookbook is available to download bellow, here is also a list of the 10 foods included and an example of one of the recipes.
- Stir Fry | pg3
- Mushroom Burger | pg4
- Sushi | pg6
- Fajita | pg8
- Pancakes | pg10
- Avocado Pizza | pg12
- Pasta | pg14
- Chocolate Cake | pg15
- Sweet Potato Salad | pg18
- Kebab | pg19
Dish 1 – Stir fry
- Veggies (either a pre-chopped pack or; broccoli, red onion, carrots, mushrooms)
- Rice noodles
- Soy sauce
- Sesame oil
- Chilli flakes
- Black pepper
First we have the veggies: a perfect mix of broccoli, red onion, carrots (pre-shredded to save your precious self about twenty minutes of slicing), Mushrooms (handful of chestnut works for us), garlic, and ginger. Get to choppin’ people – it’s the only part of this recipe that requires the slightest bit of maintenance.
Second we have the noodles: we boil half a pound of rice noodles for about five minutes before draining them, rinsing them with cold water, and stir-frying them in with our veggies and sauce. Speaking of sauce…
The SAUCE: love this sauce. It’s a mix of soy sauce, water, sesame oil, a pinch of chilli flakes, pinch of black pepper and some corn-starch. Just pour your different thangs into a jar, shake it up, and add it into your veggies and noodles when the time is right.
So here’s our process – sauté the veggies while your water comes to a boil. Keep sautéing as the noodles boil for five minutes. Add your cooked noodles to your veggies. Add your sauce. Stir-fry for a few minutes until the sauce absorbs into the noodles and/or thickens and coats everything in saucy goodness.
And there you have it a quick 15 minute stir-fry that tastes amazing.