Submitted by ayisha333 on March 27, 2011 - 10:43am
me and hubby on a hungry spring day
I knew beets were the bomb and spent some time surfing for the perfect raw beet burger - I found several raw and vegetarian recipes - this one I adapted mostly from the addicted to veges and petit chef. I hope you like!
There are a ton of good vegan mayonnaise recipes out there. But I keep coming back to this recipe I adapted from a vegan camp I went to about ten years ago. It is mild, creamy, and delicious. As usual, I have listed quantities as a guide only. I tend to add in the lemon juice, vinegar and salt at the end, and keep tasting in between each addition. Every batch yields a mayo of a slightly different personality, depending on my mood, and what I am going to use it for. But the quantities I have provided will keep you on the right track. Follow them, and you will get a mayo that you can play with.
Quick and simple to prepare, bowl-licking tasty. Great over kale--I just ate the entire (673 Calorie) recipe, which generously coated one bunch (6 cups?) of kale. It would probably make a good coating for dried kale chips, and it would make a nice flavored mayonnaise, too. Inspired by a few of the wonderful recipes on this site.
This dairy free and egg free mayonnaise tastes nearly like the original version! Actually I think the taste is much better...and its healthy! :- )
For the first time I recommend to make a small amount of the mayonnaise ( thats about 1/4 cup-1/2cup of almond milk )
This can be used as a mayonnaise, a base for desserts, a dressing for salads or cream dip for veggie sticks or for strawberries or other fruit..whatever you desire. It’s so versatile and you can doctor it up however you like. I made this little concoction because I wanted to use up the rest of my fresh basil. It’s quick and easy and the combination of sweet and salty along with its creaminess is really nice. Raw cashews are naturally sweet and so is fresh basil, but I think that soaking the cashews might bring out their sweetness even further. I didn’t soak them this time and they were still sweet and blended very easily to a very creamy consistency.