The finest herbivorous meals please :)

Jodha Apr 19, 2004

  1. Jodha

    Jodha Jedi smoker of da ganja

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    Whether you eat meat or not, if you know of a tasty non-meat dish I want to hear about it.

    Give me recipes people, tell me what the divine herbivours eat as they sit upon high with their fine wines and foods.

    :Wink3:
     
  2. Goagabba

    Goagabba Lost in Europe

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    Sundried Tomato Penne:

    What:

    Salt
    Garlic
    Onion
    Olive Oil
    1x 500g Penne
    1x 250ml Cream
    1x Tin of peeled tomatoes
    1x Tube of Sundried Tomatoe Paste
    1x Glass of Sundried Tomatoes
    2x Bag of fresh Basil

    How to:
    Prepare
    Chop onion
    Slice about three garlic cloves into thin slices (do not crush)
    Chop one bag of Basil and leave on the side
    Slice up a handful of Sundried Tomatoes and leave next to the basil :Wink3:
    Cook
    Generously douse frying pan with olive oil. Heat :P
    Add onion untill transparent, then lower heat.
    Add sliced garlic, cook for a minute.
    Add can of tomatoes and non-chopped basil
    Mix well, add loads of salt and let it simmer for a good 20 min on a medium heat.
    Mixture will turn into gooey consistency. Good!
    Now start cooking the whole 500g bag of Penne
    Start picking out the whole basil. As much as you can really.
    Put in the chopped basil.
    Squeeze half of the Sundried tomatoe paste into mixture and stir.
    Add the sliced Sundried tomatoes.
    Cook for no more than 5 min.
    Add all the cream. Stir well.
    Drain off penne pasta.
    Mix Penne together with Sundried tomatoe mix.
    Add parmesan!

    You'll never look back :Wink3:

    Fuck, when's lunch :lol1:
     
  3. psychedelVic

    psychedelVic (~'~)

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    GG you're surprising me here, you sound like a top cook and i can't cook anything :sob:
    Goodman :Smile3:
     
  4. Jodha

    Jodha Jedi smoker of da ganja

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    Cheers Goagabba :Grin: :Grin: :Wink3:

    All I want is harmony between us omni's and veggies, thank you for this recipe, it does sound very nice.

    Tomatoes are very cool too - they help stop you getting mouth cancer :smoke:
     
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    Goagabba Lost in Europe

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    Aaah, good ole harmony eh :Wink3: Someday (when veggies taste the above meal) :lol1:

    52DSL:
    Thinking of packing in the thankless job of tech support and live in Wales (or other remote spots in the world) buy a Guesthouse, and do the cooking. Mainly aimed at stoner or open-minded type guests. And if you thought the food'll be good, just wait til I sort out the entertainment side of it :Wink3:
    Aaaah, one day I tell yeee!
     
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    Ozric Hoofaloof

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    I'll become a total herbivour after the ceasar's I jut ate....eekkkkk :wacko:
    Chicken was not bread it was just picked up from the streets after a car accident and veggies served just commited suicide on the spot after the tragedy...
    I should have stayed with my tomato and cuccumber! :rolleyes:

    GG when are you dinning us?
     
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    Speakafreaka Champagne Rouletter

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    Right, mine is real simple.

    Get a load of vegetables along the lines red peppers, fennel, onions, cherry tomatoes, parsnips, etc, etc. Nothing like carrots though. Basically, anything that roasts well.

    Roast em, until gently browned.... They *will* need baisting, so you will need to come up with a pork fat substitute. I'm not a chef, i just know what tastes good.

    Add Cous Cous. Cooked Obviously. :Smile3:

    I also know an absolutely blissful risotto, but this needs lots of cheese, so might not be suited to vegans. *Looks around for recipe, may be a while.* Oh the real beauty of this risotto is it tastes better cold than hot, so could be prepreared.
     
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    Saigod Junior Members

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    the famous french potatoes of camden

    common guys the ol spuds are synonymous with both worlds - here follow the famous camden recipe

    par boil (as soon as pototoes start to boil- 5 minutes in boiling water) lots of semi peeled potatoes - - get as a big a pot as you can - the purpose is to get as wide an area to fry as you can
    start frying some garlic, thinly sliced onions chopped walnuts in olive oil and some herbs best use mixed herbs - lots of aromas - otherwise use fresh rosemerry, oregano, some parsley and sage

    as soon as onions go brown add the the par boiled potatoes and then after few minutes follow it up with some white wine - dont use cheap wine or chardonnay - as it smells - and then add your favourite cheese - the guy in canden uses stilton, i use swiss cheeses - like guyrere or emmental - but apparently you can use italian - cheeses - marscopone, parmesan, or if you are strictly non dairy - you can use soya cheeses, vegan cheeses or even goat cheese is very nice -

    garnish it with salt, pepper and few drops of balsamic vinegar (yum) and if you fancy - may be pinch of mustard or fennel or cumin - just gives that little slurrp

    once cheese is nice and melty serve it fresh salad and crusty bread to scrape
     
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    gart Member

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    </div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Goagabba @ Apr 19 2004, 03:09 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> Aaah, good ole harmony eh :Wink3: Someday (when veggies taste the above meal) :lol1:

    52DSL:
    Thinking of packing in the thankless job of tech support and live in Wales (or other remote spots in the world) buy a Guesthouse, and do the cooking. Mainly aimed at stoner or open-minded type guests. And if you thought the food'll be good, just wait til I sort out the entertainment side of it :Wink3:
    Aaaah, one day I tell yeee! [/quote:71bfb49783]
    Give us a shout when you do., I've always thought of running a remote hostel/guesthouse with good food, views and kick ass parties once a month. I'm Veggy too.

    As for food, fresh pasta with spinach, feta, olives and garlic...easy my fav.
     
  10. Ott^

    Ott^ Guest

    HLT

    Like a BLT but without the "B"

    Two slices of toasted rye bread.

    On the bottom slice - a dribble of olive oil - slices of organic tomato [on the vine - the others just taste like water..] then lay on strips of fried halloumi cheese. Loads of black pepper and then lots of fresh organic iceberg lettuce on top. Bit more olive oil and then the top slice of rye bread.

    Tommy K optional.


    Fucking Yumsville Arizona.
     
  11. Biggins

    Biggins Cake Or Death

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    Falafels ala Madhur Jaffrey:

    500g (dry weight) chick peas
    one onion finely chopped
    a bit of bicarbonate of soda
    salf and pepper
    cayenne pepper
    cumin
    lemon juice
    loads of garlic
    an egg
    ground coriander
    some mixed herbs like basil, oregano etc....


    lots of oil for frying


    soak the chick peas for 24hours then blend till they are the texture of bulgar wheat. bung in everything else EXCEPT the egg and give it a right good shake/mix. Heat the oil up and Once evrything has been blended together bung in the egg and mix it all together thoroughly. Once you've done this, fashion yerself some falafels and start frying. remove once light brown on the outside and serve in pitta bread with salads and as many garnishes as you like but at least some mayo.....jobs a gud un... :lol:
     
  12. Full Lotus

    Full Lotus Hob Nob King Staff Member

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    Alu Gobi anyone???
     
  13. Ott^

    Ott^ Guest

    The Indians have got veggie food down, although I can't eat motor paneer without thinking of the "Cheesy Peas" sketch from the fast show.

    All hail the humble biriyani - which has to be the Anglo/Indian version of pie and chips.
     
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    Full Lotus Hob Nob King Staff Member

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    </div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Ott^ @ Apr 20 2004, 11:48 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> The Indians have got veggie food down, although I can't eat motor paneer without thinking of the "Cheesy Peas" sketch from the fast show.

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    I'll say, my wife cooks up some of the most amazing food I have had the pleasure of tasting. Herbivorous, carniverous, alu bhangan anyone???
     
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    Goagabba Lost in Europe

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    </div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (full_lotus @ Apr 20 2004, 12:39 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> Alu Gobi anyone??? [/quote:3aa07314c9]
    Bonky :punk: :hehe:
     
  16. Goagabba

    Goagabba Lost in Europe

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    </div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (gart @ Apr 20 2004, 11:03 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> </div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Goagabba @ Apr 19 2004, 03:09 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> Aaah, good ole harmony eh :Wink3: Someday (when veggies taste the above meal) :lol1:

    52DSL:
    Thinking of packing in the thankless job of tech support and live in Wales (or other remote spots in the world) buy a Guesthouse, and do the cooking. Mainly aimed at stoner or open-minded type guests. And if you thought the food'll be good, just wait til I sort out the entertainment side of it :Wink3:
    Aaaah, one day I tell yeee! [/quote:0d636922b5]
    Give us a shout when you do., I've always thought of running a remote hostel/guesthouse with good food, views and kick ass parties once a month. I'm Veggy too.
    [/quote:0d636922b5]
    Hehe, we should be neighbours. Good healthy competition and all that :Wink3: :lol1:
     
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