Although it’s so unhealthy maybe it shouldn’t be called granola. Here’s what’s in it:
marshmallows, oatmeal, sugar, water, raisins, cinnamon, walnuts, apple chips, chocolate with dried fruit in it, peanut butter
Also how many of those items are you surprised to see exist here, produced locally? (sorry though, the peanut butter is from america. i cheated a little.)
PS If you wanna make it, Step 1: Grab your 5 or 6 vanilla marshmallows (or if they are plain, get a teaspoon of vanilla too), throw them into at least 3 cups of water, boil them down until there’s about 1 cup of mixture left… Step 2: Throw in your oatmeal (3/4 of a 350…gram? box … who wants to do that math for me?), constantly stirring so it doesn’t burn. Also add in that cinnamon - as much as you like. Step 3: When your oatmeal is almost crispy, throw in your 3 handfuls or so of raisins, and walnuts. Step 4: Break up the apple chips til they are bite-sized. Throw in the apple chips along with a few tablespoons of peanut butter and mix. Step 5: Turn off the heat. Separate the chocolate bar into pieces and cut it up a little bit - but don’t make the pieces too small. After your mixture has cooled a leeeettle bit and everything is all mixed in and smells lovely, throw in your chocolate and mix it around. It should melt a bit and form little granola clumps. Step 6: Eat!
So I’m craving hummus, and I looked up some information on reviving dried chickpeas from here and am using the PC provided cookbook to get the rest of the recipe, plus my own substitutions.
For my 1 person trial, I’m using 2 cups of overnight-soaked chickpeas and 4 cups of water. Bring it to a boil, then let it simmer for an hour.
Get out your 12 manat (:D :D :D) food processor. Add salt, pepper, some red hot chili pepper, and any sort of nut that you like (I’m using unripe almonds I think), and some lemon juice (I just threw in small chunks of lemon without the skin). Process that shnaz!
Then add some olive oil, put it on a plate, add some more olive oil, paprika and parsley if you have it (I don’t at the moment), and enjoy. Sa7tain! /
RESULT: Taste, delicious. Texture, not really smooth and hummusy… it’s either me or my food processor with the problem. Everything I do with my food processor ends up in the same texture, like dots ice cream, so… maybe I am doing something wrong. I bet someone who knows how to use a food processor will not have this problem :)
I just made vegan grilled cheese in sesame oil with broccoli, all sorts of peppers, carrots, tomato, cucumber, and a few kinds of vegan cheese (daiya pepperjack & mozzarella, and maybe cheddar or american?? not by daiya, by some brand that actually doesnt taste very good by itself, but mixed in its fine)… and green apple and cinnamon…. and it’s delicious. :O
But then I’m also drinking blueberry wine mixed with unsweetened iced tea so maybe my taste buds are just really weird. Idk.
My mom told me I should do more with cooking, like more seriously, but I think I like food that is just too weird to ever cook it for anyone else…lol. :/
Like in real life, not on tumblr. I keep collecting recipes from all over and losing them and thus never making them… so I really should do this hahaha. It probably wouldn’t be too hard…