I decided to make another recipe from the vegan 100 cookbook I have. It's almost the same process as the vegan mozzarella I tried from same book (linked below) , except it is set with agar agar powder and pressed into small ramekins, then flipped out so you can slice or spread it. Now in that book it is called a cheese, but I'm more inclined to call it a pate. That's how it feels when I slice it and eat it based on things I've made in the past. But anyway whatever you want to call it, it's really tasty. I guess I tweaked the recipe because I rarely follow them 100%.
Just puree all ingredients in a food processor then heat it in a pan over med heat stirring constantly until it thickens and comes together. Then, portion into little dishes or ramekins. greased with coconut oil. (only if you want it to look pretty on a plate)
The smoky flavour is really tasty and it was fun on a little vegan picky plate or "charcuterie" plate. I used what I had on hand for condiments. The spicy red pepper jelly I tried with it was really good. Add in crusty baguette and a glass of red wine. Pretty easy, healthy & fun meal.
Spread it on a sandwich
Well my sandwich was epic. I wish it was as simple as just sharing a quick recipe, but it involved random components that I had kicking around in my fridge. I will link the recipes for said components because each thing serves a delicious purpose in it's own right, which is why I had things to work with in the first place, and who knows maybe someone will want to make all the things. For sure that's how I like to roll. Anyway, for the sandwich situation I used the smoked paprika sage cheese as well as the following ingredients:
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