Hello, Vegan MoFo land! This is Cadry from Cadry’s Kitchen.
I’m so excited to do my first round-up with you on this blustery Saturday. This is the first weekend that really feels like fall. It’s the kind of day that warrants boots and a hoody, and it totally has me craving cozy food that makes me feel all warm inside.
First up – Lentil a Roni. Linda from The Lentil Institution (sounds very official!) made this creamy pasta dish from Isa Does It. Cashew cream is blended through the tomato-based pasta sauce at the end, giving a full-bodied mouth feel that sounds heavenly!
Over at The Judgmental Vegan, Rachel fried up a batch of the Puerto Rican appetizer, Sorullitos de Maiz, which she describes as deep-fried cornbread dipped in salsa roja. Yes, please.
Shaheen, a Welsh blogger at Allotment 2 Kitchen, made this mouthwatering family-sized tamale dish. This tamale pie is packed with beans, tomatoes, onions, and garlic and then topped with pretty polenta flowers. It looks like a big crowd pleaser for family get togethers.
In the dessert realm, Liane at VGNGF made this swoon-worthy Chocolate Cream & Vanilla Fluff. With dark chocolate, cocoa powder, and smooth hazelnut butter as ingredients, I might have to find a bigger glass that would accommodate me swimming in it.
Sarah at I’m Vegan, and No, I’m Not Starving embraced the fall-like weather with apple cider donuts. (Is there a better way to welcome autumn? Short answer: No.) Using pressed cider from a local orchard, she made these gluten-free donuts that sound just delightful.
Finally, London blogger, Clem, over at The Vegan Cookie Fairy made these delectable Gluten-free Almond and Chocolate Fudge Mini Cakes. For Vegan MoFo she’s adapting recipes from her first baking book, Chocolat: Fondre de Plaisir by Camille and Nathalie Le Foll. This fallen cake is crackled along the top and gooey in the center, meaning it’s pretty much chocolate perfection.
How expensive are plane tickets to the UK? Note to self: check that STAT.
That’s it for Saturday! See you next week!