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Recipe Exchange!

Joe G.
JoeGoh
Singapore, SG
Post #: 46
Got a recipe for a dish you brought to the meetup that you would like to share? This is the thread for it!
Joe G.
JoeGoh
Singapore, SG
Post #: 47
Had a few people asking me for the recipe for the mushrooms i've brought along to the vegetarian BBQ, so here it is:

- Washed Portabello mushrooms (stalks removed and set aside)
- Teriyaki marinade (if you buy the sticky kind, just dilute it with water first, a little cheaper this way)
- A few dashes of sesame oil
- Some sugar to taste (optional)
- A black pepper grinder (optional)

Combine mushrooms (and the stalks), marinade and sesame oil and sugar (optional) in a large reusable container. Pack tightly. The mushrooms float to the top, so in order to get all of them marinated with the same consistency, I placed another smaller plastic container inside the larger container with the mushrooms.

At the BBQ, place the mushrooms cap-side-down on the grill, taking care not to BBQ too long or it becomes leathery. Grind some black pepper on top of the mushrooms if you wish.

After the mushroom caps are done, fish out all the stalks from the container and either stick them onto kebabs, or throw them all into a small foil package and BBQ.

Don't throw out the sauce! It makes a great marinade for other stuff at a veggie BBQ, we've tried it on tofu and it worked out pretty well. :-)

I didn't prepare this during the BBQ, but tartar sauce or blue cheese dressing works very well as a dip together with the mushrooms too.
Clarence
user 7824369
Singapore, SG
Post #: 1
Hey Joe and all,

Your wish is my command...here's the recipe for the raw vegan 'tuna' spread:
(Modified from Victoria Boutenko’s)

Ingredients:

½ C Walnuts
¼ C Sunflower Seeds
½ Lemon (juice)
2 or 3 Stalks of Celery (chopped)
1 slice of turnip (big or small doesn't really matter)
1 clove of garlic
Drizzle of Olive Oil
Spice(s) of choice (whatever smells good to you)

Blend in food processor

Salt and Agave to taste

Blend again

Then just kick back in you favourite sofa...make like a couch potato...and indulge. (This last bit will make or break the recipe. ;)
Susan
user 6921947
Singapore, SG
Post #: 1
What can i replace walnuts with?
Clarence
user 7824369
Singapore, SG
Post #: 2
What can i replace walnuts with?

Hi Susan,

I've seen a similar recipe using almonds.

Cheers.
A former member
Post #: 5
Clarence, do you know of any similar recipes that can be found online or in books? I like eating simple things like this.
Kelv.
user 10350124
Singapore, SG
Post #: 3

Hi All,

i got recipe in softcopy, anyone who is interested, let me know..

Give me your email address and i will email to you.. cos the file too too big..

Afraid it will JAMMED up here..

Or can anyone suggest how to pass to you??
Kelv.
user 10350124
Singapore, SG
Post #: 5

Hey hi,

No need to email to me already..

The infos or helps can be found from this link!!

http://crystalbyblog....­

Yummy Yummy!!!

All vegans and vegetarians just stay cool !!!..
Arunachalam C.
user 59710752
Singapore, SG
Post #: 2
Can someone please give me the recipe to Indian Aalo tikka?
Wanxuan W.
user 61955222
Singapore, SG
Post #: 2
Hi, I do have a recipe on aloo gobi! I also have many yummy recipes as well, including Black Bean Burger, Japchae, Mee Rebus, Fruit Rubrik Cube etc http://www.vegeasian....­
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