How to make vegan meals from scratch
A few months ago, I shared an easy recipe for vegetarian meals from the kitchen of a vegan chef.
Now, we’re looking to recreate the same recipe from a recipe book.
The inspiration behind this post is not to create a vegan version of a classic recipe.
Instead, I wanted to share a vegan meal that I have been craving for a long time and one that would help me stay focused on my health and wellness while still having some great taste and texture.
I know it can be tempting to add ingredients to your meal that will make it taste a bit like your favorite dish, but in this case, I am not using any of those ingredients.
Instead of using coconut milk, coconut flour, and a little bit of salt, I use almond flour.
It makes a delicious and healthy meal that has a lot of flavor and texture that is not only vegan but also contains no added sugar, and it has a nice, creamy texture.
Here are the ingredients you will need: 1.
A bowl of almond flour (or other flour that you can find in a grocery store) 2.
One tablespoon of coconut oil (or vegetable oil) 3.
A pinch of salt 4.
A few slices of tomato or avocado 5.
Some basil leaves (optional)6.
A little bit more basil (optional or in the recipe)I used a homemade almond flour that I bought at the grocery store.
This flour is a really easy to make one that has about a 3:1 ratio of almond to wheat flour.
If you are using a store-bought flour, you can adjust the ratio by adding more or less of the almond flour to your batter or by adding in other ingredients.
For this recipe, I used a store bought recipe for almond flour from Amazon.
I used the same ratio of the flour I used for the recipe above.
It will give you a nice smooth, creamy consistency.
For the tomato and avocado, you will want to cut the tomatoes into 1-inch pieces.
This will give them a bit of crunch and texture when they are cooked.
You can use the remaining tomatoes for other recipes or simply serve them on top of the meal.
For this recipe I used three large tomatoes.
I think that about gives you enough tomatoes to make a good serving of vegan tomato soup.
If you prefer to use fresh tomatoes, then you can simply toss them into the batter and bake it.
If that is what you prefer, then add them later in the cooking process.
I usually do not use fresh or frozen tomatoes, but you can always go ahead and make a salad or two and use them as garnish for the soup.
The taste of fresh tomato soup will still be very appealing.
For a vegan soup, I like to serve it with some fresh basil leaves or just a small amount of fresh parsley to add some flavor.
It is also nice to serve the soup with some vegan cheese for a little extra nutrition.
I also like to add in a little cilantro, oregano, and fresh parsly, or some herbs like thyme, basil, or rosemary.
The soup can be made a day in advance and frozen if you need to be sure you have enough to go with the vegan meal.
If it’s going to be served cold, just make sure to use some cold water.
If the soup is going to freeze up, just add the water to a saucepan, stir it, and then pour it over the top.
For a vegan-friendly version of this recipe that is vegan-safe, I have included a vegan cooking tip that will help you make sure that you have the right ingredients.