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Savory & Sweet Vegan Recipes From 3 Continents

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Savory & Sweet Vegan Recipes From 3 Continents

SAMOSA INSPIRED VEGGIE BURGERS/PATTIES

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I love creating veggies burgers/patties. I especially love experimenting with different flavour combinations. My samosa inspired veggie burgers/patties were a MASSIVE hit with hubs and I’m super excited to share the recipe with you all.Ingredients

TOMATO SOUP WITH GARLIC CASHEW CREAM

Savory & Sweet Vegan Recipes From 3 Continents-TomatoSoup

I love slurping my way through a BIG bowl of homemade soup and tomato is my absolute favourite.

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THAI-STYLE STICKY COCONUT RICE WITH MANGO

I’ve discovered a new kind of comfort food. This thing. A Thai-style rice pudding if you will. Warm, gooey, coconut-y and made oh-so-colourful with Alphonso mangoes. Ahhh.

Savory & Sweet Vegan Recipes From 3 Continents

I’ve been wanting to make this for ages, and now that mango season is finally here, I made a million trips and calls to various different stores for sticky rice.The recipe is from here, with reduced sugar and a bit of guess-timation on the amount of rice needed. Using pre-cooked rice is convenient, though I did have to improvise a bit when I realised the coconut milk wasn’t soaking in the way it would have if the rice was just off the stove. More on that in the method below.Recipe here

THAI STYLE TOFU, PINEAPPLE AND VEGETABLE FRIED RICE

Savory & Sweet Vegan Recipes From 3 Continents

Someone pass me a pair of chopsticks. And a fork for backup.Ordinarily, I’m not a fan of pineapple added to anything that’s not cake, or a muffin, but after this salsa, I grew up. I’d bookmarked this recipe along time ago because I hadn’t seen a prettier bowl of rice in my life.I changed around the recipe to match my tastebuds and whatever I had in the kitchen, making a special effort for the pineapple because it was just divine. The Nam Prik Pao (such fun to say) was absolutely meant for it. Recipe here