You will need:
8 Dried Soy Fillets (or TVP Fillets), 1 Vegetable Stock Cube, Herb Salt, Pepper, 2-3 tbs of Soya Sauce, BBQ Spice, 1 clove of Garlic, Panko Bread Crumbs, 1 cup Plain Flour, 150ml Mater and 1tsp Baking Powder
- Fill a big pot with water and add the vegetable stock, soya sauce, garlic and spices. Remember to season the water a lot, this will flavour your fillets.
- When the water is boiling, add your fillets and cook accordingly to the directions on the packet. I do mine for 30min.
- Once 30min has gone, drain the water away and leave your fillets while mixing your flour "glue" for the bread crumbs to stick to your fillet.
- Mix the flour with the baking powder and then add the water. Whisk until it forms a lump free thick paste/liquid.
- Pour your panko bread crumbs into a seperate bowl.
- Start by first dipping your fillets in the flour paste/liquid (do them one by one) and then dipping them in the panko bread crumbs patting them to help the bread crumbs stick.
- To make the coating easier, use a fork each, one for the flour mix and one for the panko. That will help to keep things clean and uncomplicated.
You will need:
8 medium sized Potatoes, 250ml of dairy free cooking cream, 50g Margarine, Salt, Pepper and Nutmeg
- Peel and boil your potatoes in lightly salted water until soft.
- Mash your potatoes (I use a potato press to get the mash lump free)
- Add your cooking cream and margarine.
- Taste, add your spices and taste again.
Variety of Veggies
4 Carrots, Vegetable Oil, Salt, Pepper, Broccoli and Peas
- Peel your carrots, cut them into even sizes. Leave them fairly big still.
- Toss them in some oil and a sprinkle of salt and pepper.
- Cook in the oven on 200C / 390F for 30min or until golden and soft when pierced.
- Steam your broccoli using a steamer or steamer insert bowl on your pan. Cook until just tender, broccoli that is too soft isn't nice.
- The peas could just be defrosted in warm water or done quickly in your microwave oven with some margarine. Done in a microwave safe bowl covered with cling film.
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