Lenten Recipes: Vegetarian Rolls
We have already written about the tricks of making homemade rolls. Vegetarian ones are prepared in the same way. Only the filling is different.
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1 cup sushi rice;
2 tablespoons of rice vinegar;
8 tablespoons of sesame seeds;
8 sheets of nori seaweed;
200 g tofu;
2 small cucumbers;
1 bell pepper;
wasabi, pickled ginger and soy sauce, for serving.
Boil rice: rinse under running water, then pour two cups of boiling water and simmer under a closed lid. When rice is ready, add rice vinegar, stir and let cool to room temperature. Then add sesame seeds to the rice and stir.
Wash vegetables and cut into strips. Do the same with tofu. Lay the nori sheet shiny side down on a bamboo mat. Spread warm glutinous rice over it—about three tablespoons per sheet—leaving about an inch of nori at one end.
Lay out the filling: cucumber, bell pepper, tofu. Use a mat to roll up the roll. Then, with a sharp knife dipped in rice vinegar, cut the rolls into pieces 2-3 centimeters wide.
Serve with soy sauce, wasabi and pickled ginger.
lean recipes: lean shawarma
Please note that during a strict fast (first and last week), eating vegetable oil is not recommended. The rest of the time, food can be flavored with olive oil.
1 thin pita bread;
1 small head of Beijing cabbage;
a bunch of green onions and dill;
100 g of carrots in Korean;
2 tablespoons of tomato sauce;
1 teaspoon of olive oil;
½ teaspoon citric acid and salt.
Finely chop the cabbage. If there is no Beijing, replace it with regular white cabbage. Add salt, citric acid and olive oil and let sit for 10-15 minutes.
Wash vegetables and cut into thin strips. Lavash cut into two equal parts. On each half lay out and distribute one tablespoon of tomato sauce. Lay out the filling (do not forget about Korean carrots) and roll the pita bread into a roll.
If desired, the resulting shawarma can be browned in a dry hot frying pan.
meatless recipes: potato nuggets
Despite the fact that inside is not a chicken, but an ordinary potato, the dish turns out to be hearty. Pairs well with vegetable salads.
5 medium potato tubers;
5 tablespoons of breadcrumbs;
1 teaspoon ground ginger;
¼ teaspoon salt;
a bunch of parsley and green onions;
vegetable oil for frying.
Peel and boil potatoes in salted water.
Make a puree, add ground ginger.
Peel the onion and carrot, finely chop the first, grate the second on a coarse grater. Fry vegetables in vegetable oil. After that, combine them with mashed potatoes and chopped fresh herbs.
Form the nuggets, roll them in breadcrumbs and fry on both sides in a well-heated frying pan, greased with vegetable oil. Serve hot.
Chocolate chip cookies
meatless recipes: chocolate chip cookies
One name of this dish sounds like something forbidden. But according to this recipe, you can cook a treat that can be eaten even in fasting.
bitter chocolate bar;
½ cup flour;
½ cup sugar;
250 g of honey;
150 g dried apricots;
150 g hazelnuts;
100 g almonds;
2 tablespoons of cocoa powder;
1 teaspoon ground allspice;
powdered sugar for sprinkling;
vegetable oil for greasing the mold.
Wash and finely chop the dried apricots.
If it turned out to be too dry, soak it for 15-20 minutes in boiled water.
Finely chop the nuts and dry them in a heated frying pan (without oil). Break the chocolate into pieces and melt in a saucepan along with honey and sugar.
Using a sieve, sift the flour, cocoa powder and allspice. Stir. Pour the melted chocolate into the dry ingredients and add the dried apricots and half the nuts.
Lubricate the baking dish with vegetable oil, put the chocolate dough into it. Sprinkle the remaining nuts on top and bake for 30 minutes in an oven preheated to 180 degrees. Cut the resulting cake into portioned pieces.