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Hey guys, in todays video expect some scrumptious recipes that can be enjoyed by all of the family! I share with you the most delicious aubergine moussaka which will literally blow your mind! Be sure to tag me if you try any of the recipes in this video.
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1 cup brown lentils (soaked)
7 garlic cloves
2 medium aubergines
6 small potatoes
1 tbsp. sweetener
½ tbsp. dried thyme
½ tbsp. dried oregano
1 tbsp. dried basil
1 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 cup water
black pepper + sea salt (to taste)
200g cashews (soaked)
1 x lemon (juice)
2 garlic cloves
1 tsp paprika
¾ cup water
Black bean chilli
3 white onions
8 garlic cloves
2 tinned black beans
1 red pepper
1 lime (juice)
½ tsp. berbere
1 tbsp. garlic powder
½ tbsp. cumin powder
1 tbsp. dried oregano
1 tsp. paprika
½ tsp. smoked paprika
½ tbsp. dried thyme
1.5 tbsp. sweetener
1 bay leaf
1 lime (juice)
handful fresh coriander
½ - ¾ cups water (to cook)
The videos are all lovely. Thank you for taking the time and for posting such wonderful recipes. I am really enjoying watching them. I also appreciate the variety of beans and grains that u are incorporating and the low salt approach. Can't wait to start trying some of these dishes. Much love. Keep it up
What would you use instead of cashews I'm allergic I can eat pine nuts though so maybe pine nuts or is there anything else like potatoes and carrot like how some ppl make Mac n cheese instead of using cashews?
Discovered you a week ago and you’re freaking lit I’m not a fan of a lot of vegans on YouTube I find their recipes to be boring. Only other YouTubers I like are sweet potato soul and Lauren Toyota from hot for foods but you’re super refreshing lol I just purchased your ebook can’t wait to try some of these recipes out !! 😊😊😊 much love 💗
Both of these issues look and sound delicious I'm trying to go vegan again and definitely will be trying these out! I was wondering if you can explain to me what is pasatta and berbere? I live in the US and haven't heard of it. Thanks for sharing!
Your videos are so good thank you for the time you put in. Could you add on a section where you cut into the food and taste It? It would be really nice to see your reaction to the awesome vegan flavours you've created 😊👍🏾
Hey girl i got everything to make the eggs plant dish tomorrow!!! So excited i dont have instgram and some but...maybe i can email my results😀😀😀 thanks again for videos. Ps.... Im going to get your book soon
Hi Tish. I think the cayenne pepper alone will give quite a bit of heat. No black pepper needed. Onion powder and onion sea salt are great replacements for garlic powder. RealSalt sells a great onion sea salt! https://realsalt.com/product/real-salt-organic-onion-salt/
I just made this moussaka for my Polish born meat crazed husband and he loved it! Ate tons and then hours later said, "wait a minute, there was no meat or cheese in that?" a new favorite, thank you!!!!
Rule No 1..
When making chilli...make sure you don't knock the jar with the remaining passata in it,off the bench.
Broken glass and tomato sploodge EVERYWHERE..All over the lino,on the walls,on the rug and my shoes and lower trouser legs...
Epic clean-up rewarded by tasty chilli !
Hey Tish, as always I can't wait to try these mouth watering meals. Any ideas on what i could use instead of cashews to make the cream sauce as I'm allergic.. I can eat brazil nuts, pistachios & pecans?
Many thanks x
Thank you ☺️ l made the chilli (didn’t have berbere spice but had most of the spices so made up a similar mix) oh my goodness.. yummmmm! I’ve been making this weekly.
Need to get some Brazil’s for the mousaka. 😘
I made the black bean chili tonight and OMGoodnes, it was delish!! My husband couldn't stop raving about it and there were no leftovers🙈...it's just the two of us lol. We didn't have 2 of the seasonings but it was still perfect. A winner for sure!!
the moussaka is originally made with " besciamella " not cheese. ti's a preparation made with milk ( you can use rice milk) ,flour and nutmeg. we use it in italy to make lasagna as well. you should try it !