So I do have to start by saying sorry for the lack of updates! I’ve been so busy , I just didn’t have ti time to update my blog!. But if you take the time and go visit my youtube page, or simply just click on a image below and it will take you to your destination :D. Here are a couple of images to tantalize your taste buds. so click away and enjoy!!!!
Well if you`re anything like me, frustrated whenever you try to find some vegan pierogies at a grocery store, and there are none to be found except for potato and cheddar cheese!!! I can never find any that are vegan for my famly to eat.
Well that`s when you put your foot down and just simply make your own vegan batch; and I promise it is super easy! That`s right! You can totally make your own!!! The best thing is they`re not hard to make at all, and takes very little time.
Coming from an Italian family, we make pasta with our eyes closed ( making them is similar to an Italian ravioli :D, except leave out the egg from the dough). All we needed was to add potato in the pierogi rather than ricotta. Making vegan recipes isn`t difficult at all and healthier than non vegan food.
This recipe does inclue a vegan cream cheeze that I add to the mixture, it will be included in the video.
And to top your pieogies here is my vegan sour cream video link!!! Don`t let me be the one to say how good it is…just try it!!! 😀
This recipe with the potato and cilantro, is one of my family`s favorites! So enjoy guys and leave me a comment if you try them. Double that batch and throw some in the freezer Pierogi recipe link!!
Small note : If you don`t have a hand cranked pasta machine …( I recommend you definitely need to get one, every house hold needs one hehehehe:D ), you can always simply roll out the pasts with a rolling pin. I am sure if you look around you can even find a second hand one pasta machine. New would go for approxitmetly $80.00 dollars and up. What`s life without a pasta machine!
Ready to tantalize your tastebuds! Here’s a wonderful creamy and delicious raw vegan cream cheeze made with truffle oil and chopped green onion.
Jazz it up for the holidays with some veggies and fruit. I made stacks of cucumber slices filled with the cream cheese, and also filled some beautiful figs. Surprise your guests with these mouthfuls of yumminess! Vegan or not, they won’t be able to stop eating these! So, make plenty for these are sure to go!!
This cream cheeze is a cross between cream cheeze and Italian Marscapone cheeze, and I am sure you and your guests will enjoy. Here’s the link to the recipe for my truffle green onion cream cheeze….enjoy!!
Pleased is not the word to describe how I’m feeling right now. After serving my husband a beautiful plate of pasta with some sundried tomatoes and rapini, I offered him some cheeze to sprinkle on top of his plate. He gingerly sprinkled some on top, took a nice fork full of pasta into his mouth and went: “Hummmmm! WOW this is really really good!” He grabbed hold of the container of cheeze that was sitting on the table besides him and this time didn’t even sprinkle it, he pretty much tipped the container to almost dump it onto his plate! “Woah! Slow down!” I told him. “You’re going to empty that container of cheeze…..” His response? “So we’ll make more!” Right there and then I knew it was good recipe to keep in my books.
It has a nice sharp pungent taste like a Pecorino Romano cheese would, one of the cheeses my husband and my family loved having on our pasta. I am always striving to either improve or to create new cheezes. With 8 years of veganism under my belt, I taste food like I have never ever tasted it before. I find my taste buds are even more refined and polished now. Its easy to make connections on plant based foods that remind me of some similarities, thus giving me the ability to make some really good healthy vegan dishes. Any meat eater can enjoy plant-based, vegan food! Here is the link to my latest cheeze recipe I call VEGorino Romano – Grated Cheeze and the best part is….it has no pecorino ( sheep ) in it! Hope you will enjoy this new recipe!!