Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Fresh Feast!~ dips and stuff^^*!~

     I love days where you spend time with a wonderful Seoul, and whilst exchanging energy you learn more. My friend is traveling out of Korea and while she's doing that, I get to play with her wonderful pups! To get better acquainted with her hood and the pups we kicked it all day and we whipped up a delicious and lovely feast of sorts.
     We collaborated in the kitchen and stitched together classic appetizers, dips and crunchies~
ughhhhh~ *drool* (photo taken by VeganBeats)
     There is always a classic go to for any vegan (for this one it's hummus) and when it comes to exploring vegan eats, I feel that hummus is essential to become comfy with first. 
     Melissa has traveled all over the world and she whipped up a lovely bruschetta. I've never had a real bruschetta before, I've had salsa and sauces but this was a first...
bruschetta (photo taken by VeganBeats)
     Melissa also whipped up some eggplant crisps! Usually you would use a European eggplant (those big hulky ones) but being in Korea, we got some Asian eggplants and the result was a sweet chewy crisp!
photo taken by VeganBeats
     I love me some carrots...always~
eggplant crisps and carrots (photo taken by VeganBeats)
     Melissa also whipped up a quick oat bread, it was dense, sweet, and more than enough for two people! I will get the recipe for sure!
oat bread (photo taken by VeganBeats)
     This meal, feast, yummy bits were delicious. Not only was it shared and made with an awesome person, but it was enjoyed with two beautiful pups too!
hummus (photo taken by VeganBeats)
Mashed hummus
What you need:
  1. can of chickpeas
  2. 2 T tahini
  3. 1/4 cup warm water
  4. 2 T olive oil
  5. 1 T crushed black pepper
  6. 3 cloves of garlic (add more if you want!)
  7. splash of lemon juice
  8. 1 T sesame seeds
What to do:
  1. heat the can of chickpeas and add the water to it once warmed
  2. add all of the ingredients except the garlic and mash everything together
  3. add the garlic, mash some more and enjoy with any and EVERYTHING!

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