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Recipes and ideas for a gluten free diet.
A vegan dark chocolate mousse made with aquafaba is a delicious and guilt-free dessert that will satisfy any sweet craving. It is a rich, creamy, and indulgent mousse that is low in fat and calories, and high in fiber and antioxidants. It's a perfect dessert for those who are vegan or looking for a healthier option that doesn't skimp on taste.
A mayonnaise made with the cooking liquid from canned chickpeas, known as aquafaba. It has all the flavor, texture and creaminess of regular mayonnaise but without any eggs or dairy.
This is a traditional pap served with a spicy tomato relish, combining the comforting texture of maize porridge with the tangy and sweet flavors of a homemade chakalaka-inspired relish.
Egg foo young is a simple Chinese style omelet filled with various meats, seafood and vegetables. Using whatever ingredients are at hand, including leftover meats and vegetables, the Chinese found a way to create an easy, flavorful dish.
Congee is a type of rice porridge that has been a staple in Chinese cuisine for centuries. It is often served at breakfast or late-night meals, and is a common offering at temples. Moreover, congee is traditionally eaten when one is ill as it is easily digestible and nutritious.
Sambal oelek is a chile paste made of pounded or chopped fresh red chiles flavored with salt, a little sugar and vinegar. It´s pure chile flavor.
While it's easy to find jars of sambal oelek in grocery stores, you can also make this condiment at home.
Another Brazilian cake for lazy cooks. All the ingredients can be mixed in the blender.