stop this man
im calling the fucking cops
i have obama on the phone
whatAt first, I thought he was just gonna scoop some ice cream onto bread. But then
Seriously how did he figure this out
cookies n’ cream bread
mint chocolate chip bread
our time has come
God bless this man
I love how he looks like he’s about to fucking cry at the end.
The other day there was a post about easy sushi and it reminded me of something my partner and I do when we just do not have the spoons to make sushi rolls but are really craving the sushi flavor. We’re vegan so here’s the recipe for our version:
- Sushi Rice or Your Preferred Rice/Whatever you have on hand
- Nori (Seaweed Sheets) - we usually just grab them at Winco here on the west coast
- Sesame Seeds
- Unagi Sauce (we use this recipe)
- Pickled Ginger
Cook your rice
Chop your veggies (or any other ingredients you want to use)
Once the rice is cooked, put it in a bowl, place veggies or other ingredients on top, sprinkle with sesame seeds, tear up some nori, top with unagi sauce, and use the pickled ginger as you’d like to (I love to chop it up and mix it into the rice.)
This is great because it pretty quick and easy, it takes much less time and effort than making sushi rolls takes and is just as delicious. You can use any ingredients you want. Depending on how much you make, you can even have leftovers. Just assemble and store in the fridge, they’re great the next day (leave out the sesame seeds, nori, and unagi sauce though. Just add those things when you’re ready to eat.) It’s great cold, no need to warm up! Feel free to send me an ask if you have any questions or want any more information about this or other recipes. Good luck! -aquestforpeace
*~slowcooker bbq jackfruit~*
this is an easy, delicious recipe for any vegetarians out there who miss the yummy goodness that is pulled pork! that stuff on the plate above? that’s not pulled pork! it’s jackfruit, and you are going to fall in love with it.
you can find jackfruit at most asian grocery stores. you want to get the young green jackfruit in brine. that’s the best kind for this recipe! so, let’s get started. all the ingredients for this dish will run you less than $15.
- 2 cans young green jackfruit in brine
- 1/2 bottle barbecue sauce of your choice
- 1/2 jar salsa of your choice
- salt to taste
- a sprinkling red pepper flakes, if ya like it spicy!
- open the two cans of jackfruit. drain the liquid out, and rinse off the fruit, gently pressing it down to squeeze out any excess liquid.
- place the jackfruit in your slow cooker. add the barbecue sauce and salsa. if you want add salt or red pepper flakes, throw them in, too. you can always omit these, taste the dish later, and add those if you want more saltiness or heat.
- let it cook! i’d give it a good four hours, but, it’s really not important since it’s not meat. there’s no -required- cooking time since it’s just fruit and sauce!
what can i do with this?
- pulled jackfruit sandwiches! plop those on some buns. add a side of cole slaw if you wanna get fancy.
- tacos! scoop into warm corn tortillas and top with shredded cheese and fresh cilantro. no need for salsa since all the spices are in the jackfruit!
- taquitos! roll small scoops in corn tortillas, stick a toothpick through to make it stay, and bake in the over for 10 minutes at 350 degrees.
enjoy this simple dish while dazzling all your vegetarian friends. :) tip: it’s even better the next day!
image taken from tastespace