Vegan Cashew Chow Mein

This simple and quick recipe is perfect for a midweek dinner.

What You Need:

2 Handfuls Cashews
1 pinch of Golden Caster Sugar
2 Teaspoons of Chinese 5 Spice
4 Tablespoons of Vegan Soy Sauce (I use This )
600g Thin Soba Noodles (Get there here )
5 Cloves of Garlic
Medium knob of Ginger
2 Tablespoons Coconut oil (or sesame)
5 Spring Onions
2 Handfuls of Edame Beans Frozen
2 Radishes
2 Tablespoons of Sesame Seeds
Handful Fresh Corriander

 

How To Make:

Simply start by prepping all the ingredients, crush the Garlic Cloves right down, peel and finely grate the ginger and thinly slice the spring onions.

Bring a large Saucepan to the heat add in 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and wait until melted. Once hot add in the spring onion, Ginger and Garlic. Cook for 2 Minutes.

Meanwhile, bring a separate pan of water to the boil and follow the noddle cooking instructions.

Next, Add the Cashews and Edame Beans, allowing to cook for a further 2 minutes.

Mix in the 5 spice, Soy Sauce and sugar along with the remainder of the oil, stirring continuously.

Once the noodles are cooked add these as well as half of the coriander and sesame seeds and mix together for around 5 minutes.

Remove from the heat and serve in bowls with sliced radish, sesame seeds, coriander and an extra slug of Soy on top.

Enjoy

 

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Almond Milk

Are you an Almond milk drinker? – like it in your coffee? Porridge?

Well this recipe for Almond milk will get you wondering why haven’t you been making your own before it sure has me! It’s so easy and it means you know exactly what you’re putting in your body!

So you will need an Almonds, almond milk bag, you can buy this here. You will also need a sealable container/jug you can store it, a blender, a large bowl

So here we go… take 1 cup of almonds and soak these over night in water.
The next morning, rinse the almonds and pop in a blender, this doesn’t need to be a super powerful one. Add 3 cups of water and blend until smooth.

Next take your nut bag and a mixing bowl and strain the almond milk through the nut bag, squeezing to ensure you get all the juice out.

Transfer the mixture to your sealable jug and voila! Delicious Almond milk that will last up to 4 days in a sealed container in the fridge! Enjoy.

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