I’m having troubles with my chicory. This time of the year I’m finding every week a bag full of chicory in my vegetable subscription. But we aren’t very found of the bitterness.
I found a small solution. Sometimes I serve it as a sweet & sour garniture on top of a vegetable burger. To make it even better, I’m serving it with fresh oven baked french fries.
I found this idea in ‘Vegetarisch koken in 30 minuten‘.
Finally, a recipe for a winter wok that doesn’t include a cabbage:
Another reason why I like this recipe, is because it has chicory hidden in it. If you’re not a big fan of chicory, like me, this is really great because it’s only a small amount and in this recipe it’s accompanied with apple. A very good combination that takes away some of the bitterness.
I used a recipe from ‘Vegetarisch koken in 30 min’. It has carrots, parsnip, chicory, apple and ginger in it. I included also some passata and apple-syrup.
So, here we are: Veganmofo 2009. I decided to start with something sweet. No recipe, I’m sorry, because I found this in my brand new vegetarian cookbook ‘Vegetarisch koken in 30 min.’ (vegetarian cooking in 30 minutes). For all you dutch people; it’s from the same authors as ‘vegetarisch genieten’ and it has lots of vegan recipes in it. You can buy it at EVA’s website.
The only thing I changed were the cookie crumbles on top. It should have been speculoos, but I didn’t had it any so I used some digestive cookies.
I hope you all have a great vegetarian day, and I’m very proud to tell you that from this day on the electricity in our house comes from green energy.