Posts Tagged With: simple

Matcha Toast

If Lactasoy Green Tea isn’t available to you, you basically just need some milk green tea. Lactasoy is vegan. You can make it by brewing strong tea and mixing about half tea and half soymilk and some honey to sweeten it.

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Eggless Egg Salad

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Flax-Nut Sprinkle

Another recipe from Miss B’s kitchen. Don’t know where it originated.

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Creamy Garlic Noodles

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Garlic Tofu Wrap

It’s quick, easy to make, portable and delicious. I bought fried tofu from Makro (which is like Sam’s Club, but for Thailand, and with a different membership policy), but you can fry (or bake) your own tofu, seasoned however you desire (but if it’s seasoned certain ways, you may not want to add more garlic to it). Yesterday I enjoyed it toasted, and also ate a tofu and orange marmalade wrap (this one is a more natural marmalade and the orange is bitter, so it wasn’t as good as the garlic one). I toasted them in a rice cooker.

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Whipped Cream

Fluffy, creamy, and sweet. This delicious treat is simple and easy to make. I whipped it up yesterday and mixed it into rice with some sliced banana and roasted sunflower seeds (actually, I thought I was buying pumpkin seeds and should have paid more attention, but the sunflower seeds were ok) to make a kind of rice pudding, but can imagine that this would be a delicious compliment to pumpkin, apple, or any kind of sweet pie, cobbler, pudding, fruit salad, or a crisp. This is one that I think I can make over and over again (when I’m not making fig spread). It’s simple, quick, and easy, too. You only need two ingredients and a few minutes.

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Peanut Butter Banana No-Bakes

It’s hot season here in Thailand—too hot to really enjoy a steaming bowl of oatmeal, but these are a good alternative for breakfast and/or supper during the hot summer months, and can be eaten as a lightly sweetened dessert, too. Being a dump-and-pour cook, I didn’t measure the ingredients, but if you have too much of one thing, you can compensate with another (too much oats, add more coconut milk/peanut butter) (if the mix is too liquid, add more oats). Mix well before adding anything extra, though, and taste to see if it’s sweet enough. I think it’s just right for me.

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Dessert Toast

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Fried Sweet Potato & Tofu

Today’s lunch was very simple. In addition to the sweet potato and tofu, I had some leftover crackers from the trip. The crackers were homemade from a caring lady. Did I eat something else? I’m not sure. Maybe I had another banana? Maybe not. I had papaya and oranges (tangerines) and long-an (one of my favorite fruits) for supper today. It was yummy and satisfying and I should hopefully sleep well tonight. I have been sleeping very well here.

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Sesame Coconut Salad

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