Let’s be honest about this, shall we.
You missed me and your regular TWiHK installment, didn’t you? Trust me, I know the feeling. It happens mostly to me at night, while asleep but nobody truly registers my deep lacking of myself then. Which is probably a good thing.
NO! I’m not a narcissist. Let’s just say that I have a healthy dose of self-confidence and leave it that.
Just like At Meme’s Table Head Honcho, Benita, this week I have been distracted by Diwali too. Of course, this led to awesome recipes to be trialled in the run-up to the actual celebration.
But Benita already shared awesome Diwali food earlier this week.
Obviously, limiting the choice and creativity available to me for this weeks TWiHK.
But that isn’t all I’ve discovered in this awesome world of veganism, of course.
Chickpea Ragout Pot Pie
Alissa over at the Connoisseurus Veg – no, that’s not a typo, she actually features a tyrannosaurus in her header! – treated us on her lovely chickpea ragout recipe.
Containing not one but two magic words, pie and ragout, we immediately had to add it to our must-try list and find an opportunity to prepare this awesome mouthful.
Now I must admit that normally, unless in hummus style, I’m not too big a fan of chickpeas as such. I don’t try to avoid them but if I can, I won’t prepare anything with chickpeas. Yet, the continental European in me of course couldn’t resist any ragout!
Head over the Connoisseurus Veg to discover Alissa’s awesome chickpea ragout.
Thai Red Curry Noodle Soup
Nowadays I spend most of my life in South-East Asia and let me tell you that the food there is a treat. A real treat.
What with all the food stalls and then the curries. No, curries are not an India exclusive of course!
Thus seeing Sam Turnbull’s Thai Red Curry Noodle Soup over at It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken was an awesome surprise.
That mostly though because I 💗 Thai Red Noodle Soup, yet didn’t know how to make it myself. Probably not having any recipe available at hand may have contributed to that too. Who’s to say.
Best of all… it’s a one pot meal! Perfect for that quick fix of spicy Asian noodle soup.
Who needs ramen if you can have It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken’s Thai Red Noodle Soup? Right?
Gluten-free Pumpkin Chili
‘T is the season and we here at TWiHK have no intention whatsoever yet not to continue our relentless habit and to share even more pumpkin-based recipes. Because that’s how we roll.
You love pumpkin or you love pumpkin, it truly isn’t that difficult.
And we, we love pumpkin. And chili.
With or without lentils. Chili. With pumpkin.
Thus when we discovered the Edgy Veg’s gluten-free pumpkin chili, we were in Heaven.
Alright, maybe not in Haven but dreamy to say the least. Mouthwatering dreamy.
Soon that dream will be another winning one-pot meal on my table. In my tummy. With lots of pumpkin.
Halloween seems the perfect time for the Edgy Veg’s gluten-free pumpkin chili.
Pusteblume’s Beetroot-Apple Soup with Some
Some things in life are just love at first sight. A healthy combination, and obvious proof of the existence of love at first sight, are apples and beetroot.
I discovered and learned to appreciate beetroot salad when in France but it wasn’t until some years later I was in Germany that I discovered this lovely mix, beetroot with apple.
It’s no surprise as such that our next highlighted recipe, Beetroot Apple soup, was shared by a German Steemian, @pusteblume.
But there’s more to Pusteblume’s soup and maybe the yin-yang presentation has you wondering already.
Yes, that’s not one soup but two soups.
I thought about two different kinds of soups and couldn’t decide which one … Finally I made both of them and added a salad and a different kind of Roast Apple for dessert.
The first soup is a Celery-Apple-Soup, white and creamy and the second is a Beetroot-Apple-Soup, rich and deep in color and with a very fresh and fruity flavor.
A genuine two-in-one.
Head over to Steemit for this amazing vegan apple soups combo.
Kale Burgers. Gluten-free Kale Burgers.
Yes, Kale burgers.
We know that this won’t be everybody’s thing. Isn’t kale the new pink after all, and much like last year 2016, you either love kale or you hate kale. There’s no shades of grey. Not even 1, let alone 256.
But Heart to Heart, another Steemian, has come up with a super awesome use for Kale: kale burgers.
And they’re gluten-free too. Made with kidney beans. Head over to Heart to Heart’s Steemit post to discover this creative kale burger recipe.
You may have noticed that in these TWiHK installments I regularly feature recipes found on Steemit. Steemit is a revolutionary new social network which allows contributors to earn from their posts but also from commenting and even from upvoting. At Meme’s Table recently also joined Steemit and will regularly post healthy, vegan-related content there too.
Follow @AtMemesTable on Steemit, maybe?
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