I'm not sure I will ever want a muffin again...when I can have SCONES. I love them. These were super moist, and the right amount of sweetness. After reading a bit about scones it seems that the difference between them and biscuits is the fat content of the liquid. This recipe calls for oat cream. I found it at Sobeys in the organic section. If I couldn't find it, I would probably try using either soy or oat milk but this would undoubtedly change the texture and decadence of the scones to some degree.
I chose strawberries and chocolate chips this time, but I wouldn't be tied to that combination. The chocolate was probably the more dominate flavour in these. I tried adding 1.5 cups of strawberries but I found that this was too many for the amount of dough and didn't like the way they baked up. So I stuck with the 1 cup. Anyway, I guess the point is use whatever fruit you would like....chocolate or no chocolate....how about some nuts ?! Endless possibilities, but I think the base recipe is perfect.
I really love this meal. It's great for when you want something simple, but really satisfying and delicious. With a handful of ingredients, dinner is on the table in 30 - 45 minutes.
Vegan sausage, garlic, white beans and kale get cooked in a pan while the potatoes roast. When potatoes are ready you just combine everything and serve with a wedge of lemon and a side of "Maple Dijonnaise". For the Dijonnaise, just mix equal parts vegan mayo & Dijon mustard together, then drizzle in a bit of maple to taste. You can make it sweet/spicy to your own taste by adjusting the amount of maple/mustard you add to the mayo.
I teamed up with Fresh Start Fauxmage to bring you this Shepherd's Pie recipe, and I'm pumped to share it with y'all. Every now and again I make something and I'm just like....DAMN this is good. This Shepherd's Pie falls into that category. I developed this recipe to utilize their popular "Everything Bagel" Fauxmage. It's what flavours the mashed potato topping, and let me tell you.... it's SO good. Creamy cheesy mashed potatoes and a rich, flavourful lentil & mushroom base. I think it's the best Shepherd's pie I've ever had to be honest. I really wanted to develop the rich flavour you'd find in a meat version of Shepherd's Pie and I do think I achieved my goal with this recipe. I did that by trying to build complexity. You might look at the ingredients and think does a tsp of soy sauce really need to be added? It would still be good I'm sure but I have always found layering different flavours makes a difference...so that's how I cook. This recipe calls for red wine, a bit of soy sauce, maple, smoked paprika, fresh rosemary and a splash of good quality balsamic vinegar. (A better quality balsamic will have more sweetness, lower quality ones tend to be more acidic) Anyway, onto the recipe...if you make it, I hope you love it as much as I do.
Lentil Mushroom Mixture
Everything Bagel Mashed Potato Topping
Assembly & Baking
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