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Awesome Vegan Aquafaba Recipes With The Chickpea Water

Awesome Vegan Aquafaba Recipes

Here are some awesome Vegan Aquafaba Recipes. We all heard of Aquafaba the chickpea water we can use from the canned chickpeas as an egg replacer .You may have used to pour it away down the drain before somebody discovered the phenomenal use for it. You not only can replace eggs ,it also can be used like egg white and mixed with any mixer it will get stiff and easy to use for

Meringues ,for example. We had some recipes before which you can see here >KEEP THE ‘AQUAFABA’ where you also can read who discovered the useful Aquafaba. Chickpeas are very healthy for us and so is the liquid of them.  Here more recipes with  Chickpeas. Use the chickpeas and keep the liquid for the recipes below.

Aquafaba can be processed to vegan egg whites and raw to meringue or baked to macarons – and all without bean flavor! About three teaspoons of Aquafaba can replace one egg. But not only sweets can be prepared with it: Even hearty things like burgers, cheese, butter or mayonnaise get their usual consistency through Aquafaba. Aquafaba is also easy to get and extremely cheap compared to other industrially manufactured alternatives for egg white

Is aquafaba nutritious?

Since Aquafaba is a relatively new ingredient in use, there is not much research or information on it. However, this limited information is sufficient to take an idea about it. Read more about here A Better Substitute for Egg and Dairy?

Watch the video on page 2 where the Test Kitchen shows how to do the awesome  Aquafaba recipes. It may need some practice but there are unbelievable recipes and uses for Aquafaba. Even a recipe for Marshmallows you can try . With a little practice you will be able to prepare Awesome Vegan Aquafaba Recipes.

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Awesome Vegan Aquafaba Recipes With The Chickpea Water

Vegan marshmallows

Awesome vegan Aquafaba Recipes Here are some awesome Aquafaba Recipes. We all heard of Aquafaba the chickpea water we can use from the canned chickpeas as an egg replacer .

Marshmallows are spongy confections typically made with sugar, water and gelatin, and coated with cornstarch. They can also be made with eggs. Constanze (Mihl), of the blog Seitan Is My Motor, makes egg-free vegan marshmallows using aquafaba to replace the egg white, and agar powder to replace the gelatin. The result is soft and moist marshmallows that can be roasted to perfection! Get the recipe here.

Dairy-free ice cream

Awesome vegan Aquafaba Recipes Here are some awesome Aquafaba Recipes. We all heard of Aquafaba the chickpea water we can use from the canned chickpeas as an egg replacer .

One of the biggest challenges with dairy-free ice cream is that lower fat milk alternatives can result in ice cream that’s icy and hard. But using whipped aquafaba in dairy-free ice cream helps make the final frozen product creamy and soft like traditional ice cream. The best part is you don’t even need an ice cream maker! Maiju Ristiniemi from Finland shares how she made soft coconut aquafaba ice cream, here.

Egg-free mayonnaise

Awesome vegan Aquafaba Recipes Here are some awesome Aquafaba Recipes. We all heard of Aquafaba the chickpea water we can use from the canned chickpeas as an egg replacer .

To make a delicious and creamy egg-free mayonnaise, simply replace the egg yolk used in traditional mayonnaise with three tablespoons of aquafaba, and whisk it with lemon juice and olive oil. Aquafaba mayonnaise can be seasoned and used as salad dressing, a dip or anything else traditional mayonnaise is used for. It does not separate and keeps fresh for up to one week refrigerated in an airtight container.Get the recipe here.
5. Dairy-free butter

Awesome vegan Aquafaba Recipes Here are some awesome Aquafaba Recipes. We all heard of Aquafaba the chickpea water we can use from the canned chickpeas as an egg replacer .

A dairy-free butter can be easily made with some aquafaba, coconut oil, olive oil, apple cider vinegar and salt. Nina, of the blog Plante Pusherne, uses simple ingredients and four minutes of processing time to whip up a delicious and buttery soft, vegan aquafaba spread. Get the recipe here.