Beer & Cheese Dip

2019-10-23T07:30:21+00:0023rd October 2019|

Beer Cheese is said to have originated in Kentucky in the early 1930s. Served cold as a dip, it consists of a sharp cheddar cheese, beer, garlic, and sometimes peppers and Cayenne. In Winchester Kentucky there is an annual Beer Cheese Festival where amateurs and professionals compete to win the title of best beer cheese. I wonder what the judges would think of my version, a true Free From Recipe: Plant- based, with Free From Pilsner, cashew nuts, smoked paprika and garlic. Beer Cheese is lovely on its own as a dip, and absolutely show-stopping on a plate of nachos. FOR THE BEER CHEESE 75 g cashew nuts soaked 100 ml beer 100 gr grated orange sweet potato 2 cloves garlic crushed 1 tb-smoked paprika 3 TBS nutritional yeast 2tbs olive oil 3-4 tbS extra beer for blending.   Soak cashews in beer for several hours or overnight Method in a saucepan combine the beer soaked nuts, and sweet potato cook on a low heat until the sweet potato is soft. Add the nutritional yeast, smoked paprika, garlic and olive oil and combine Transfer to a food processor and blend until smooth add extra beer if needed to get the Read more

Baja Fish Tacos Two Ways.

2019-06-24T19:13:28+00:0021st May 2019|

Baja Fish Tacos Two Ways Masa Harina, or dough from corn, was used the by the Aztecs as far back as the 15th century. Corn is finely ground, cooked in water with slaked lime, and then ground and dried again. Mixed with water, or sometimes oil, it forms the dough called "masa" that is used to make corn tortillas. Soft corn tacos can be filled and served with a variety of fillings both traditional and non- traditional. This fish taco hails from the state of Baja California in Mexico. Fill the tortillas with mild white fish such as cod or Tipila, coat in a tempura style gluten-free batter, and top with colourful Latin-inspired slaws and dips. To make a truly eclectic vegan version I have used tinned Banana blossoms, a fibrous banana flower that makes an impressive fish substitute. I serve my tacos with a celeriac and apple slaw, guacamole, and pink onions. Feel free to choose your own toppings. If you can’t find gluten free corn tacos in the supermarket you can purchase them online From Cool Chile company or MX Supermarket Banana Blossom Tacos (You can use this recipe for either the fish or the banana blossom) Ingredients Read more

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