Cedella Marley's post on Facebook. She was promoting her brother's Coconut Oil which I do enjoy! I tweaked the recipe a bit because it called for Greek Yogurt and I used Vegan Sour Cream instead and used different measurements in addition to adding a Wildtree Product in there! So here's what I did! I roasted the Florette's for about 15 minutes - then took them out and covered them in the mixture below to then put them back in the oven for another 10 or so minutes. The flavor was AMAZING! I nibbled on 2 small pieces last night as a taste test but wanted to save the rest for dinner tonight! Here's what I used for the sauce/coating for this dish!
3/4 C Vegan Sour Cream
1 T Lime Juice
1 T Coconut Oil
1 tea Red Jalapeno Powder
1 T Garlic Powder
1/2 tea Wildtree Rancher Steak Rub
1 tea Cumin
1 tea Curry Powder
Next up...you will see that I've done some more Kale Chips. I went the Easy-Peasy Route and just massaged them in Wildtree 'Butter Flavored' Grapeseed Oil - but only a very little bit because I put them in my dehydrator overnight!
I also used Organic Onion Flavored Sea Salt that I picked up somewhere a while ago. This was a VERY FINE grain sea salt and OMG I should have used LESS. You may know I'm not much of a salt fan. Oh well...they were still edible!
I've noticed that my Onions have been sprouting shoots fairly quickly so I thought I would try and grow some in my kitchen and see if I could do it successfully. I also am trying this with Kale. I'm eager to try this with Lettuce, too, just need to get a nice starter one, first! If I can do this successfully I will be very happy and looking forward to trying more!
First up is the Red Clover Sprouts. I've been craving some Radish Sprouts, too, and I hope to start those next! I guess it slipped my mind that Red Clover Sprouts took 7 to 14 days! That's ok! I'm not in a hurry and if I was I have other seeds that sprout quicker!
Just when I think I don't have much to blog about I do! I found a slew of new(er) Vegan Cookbooks I want to look into so I will be scheduling a post about that for the weekend, I think. I also have photos of the rooftop we will be doing our Rooftop Garden!