Category: Vegan

Talétalé or banana fritters

Talétalé or banana fritters

  Print Talétalé or banana fritters This is an Ivorian recipe but banana beignets or fritters are eaten in different African countries, with or without hot pepper sauce, hot or cold. They are firmer than European beignets or fritters but they are very tasty and children love them. Course Dessert, Snack Cuisine Africa, Ivory Coast, Vegan,


Agar-agar

Agar-agar

Agar or agar-agar is a jelly like substance extracted from red algae. It is used in the kitchen for thickening of jam, puddings, sauces, soups… Agar is popular in molecular gastronomy because it allows fantasies such as spaghetti or espuma of agar. Advantages and characteristics of agar: Agar is a substitute for gelatin, which itself is extracted from mammal


Agar-agar candy with grape juice

Agar agar candy with grape juice

  Print Agar agar candy with grape juice These jelly candies are very simple and easy to make made with grape juice and a little agar-agar.  They are ready in 5 minutes, refreshing and agar-agar has an appetite suppressant effect for those who try to loose weight. You can also use shapes for candy or pralines,


Chocolate pudding with silken tofu

Chocolade pudding with silken tofu

Print Chocolate pudding with silken tofu This recipe is suitable for vegans and people who care about their diet. This tofu-based (fermented soy) pudding contains little fat and sugars and no cholesterol. Moreover, it is a recipe very easy and requires no cooking. This pudding is rather liquid. If you want a firmer pudding, add cornstarch and