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1  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Zucchini pancakes on: April 05, 2009 10:14:24 AM
My brand new braces make biting and chewing quite painful, but I got tired of eating only soup and pudding. These pancakes are soft enough to eat with painful teeth, and taste good besides.

Combine (per person):
- half a grated zucchini
- 1 egg
- 5 tablespoons of flour
- salt, pepper, herbs to taste

Fry heaps of three tablespoons in a little bit of oil and serve with grated cheese.
2  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Very easy, very veggy lasagna on: March 28, 2009 02:48:35 PM
Hi all,

This evening I made one of my mom's most successful recipes, a very veggy lasagna. It's easy and freezes well. I always make three servings: one to eat immediately, one to refridgerate for the next day, and one to put in the freezer.

Ingredients for 2-3 servings
- whole wheat lasagna sheets (or whatever the correct English word is)
- your favorite can of tomato sauce
- a medium to large broccoli
- cup of cottage cheese
- some mushrooms
- some nuts, pine seeds, ... (optional)
- grated cheese to put on top

Chop the broccoli in small pieces and cook it for about 2 minutes. Take a baking tray and spead a few tablespoons of tomato sauce across the surface. Put in the first layer of lasagna sheets. Spread another layer of tomato sauce. Put in a layer of broccoli chunks, mushroom chunks and nuts if you use them. Spread some cottage cheese, and put lasagna sheets on top. Repeat layering the tomato sauce, the broccoli/mushrooms/..., the cottage cheese and lasagna sheets until you have none left. For the top layer, spread tomato sauce on the sheets and top with grated cheese. Be liberal with the tomato sauce at any time.

Your tasty and healthy lasagna will be done after 30-40 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius, that is a little more than what you'd bake a cake at. Enjoy, share with friends, or freeze some Wink
3  COOKING / Dessert / Date & banana cake - advice on substituting butter on: March 28, 2009 02:15:36 PM
Hi all,

I found a great recipe for a date&banana cake to use up the crazy amount of dates I have around, but I'm out of butter until monday at least. Do you think I could leave it out, or substitute with oil? Maybe add an extra egg? The ingredients of the cake according to the recipe are mashed dates and banana, flour, eggs and butter. I have oil, milk, yoghurt and eggs in large quantities that could be added instead, but I'm a bit of a novice when it comes to cooking and baking so I'd love some advice.

Of course there will be pictures of the result!
4  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Sweet low-fat puffy yoghurt bread on: January 11, 2009 09:46:52 AM
Instead of studying, I'm experimenting in the kitchen and I just made some sweet stuff in between bread and cake. It's easy, quick and low in fat (and to my grandma's standards it's low in sugar) so I can have it for breakfast without eating unhealthy.

Ingredients:
150 g flour (5.3 oz)
1 small bag baking powder (16 g, roughly 3 teaspoons)
1 small bag vanilla sugar (8 g, roughly 1.5 teaspoons)
a tablespoon of sugar
cinnamon to taste

150 g yoghurt (the 1.5% fat kind) (5.3 oz)
1 egg

Directions:
Set oven to 180 degrees Celsius (356 degrees Fahrenheit).
Mix dry ingredients in a bowl, then add yoghurt and egg and mix until you have a sticky, elastic subtance. Make 4 heaps on a baking sheet, leave some space between them because they will puff like crazy. Put in the oven for about 15 minutes.

Notes:
If you want less puff and more bite, I guess you could double all of the ingredients except for the baking powder. As is, the recipe will probably make nice muffins. The bread tastes good enough to be eaten plain, but a fruity spread works also very well. Next time I'm going to add raisins to the dough befor baking, to see how that works out. Raisins, chocolate chips, stuff like that probably works.
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