I remember when I first went vegan, I struggled to find delicious and easy-to-make recipes. It seemed like every dish I came across required a long list of ingredients and hours of preparation. I felt overwhelmed and unsure how to create satisfying meals without animal products. Thankfully, as the vegan community has grown, so has the variety of vegan recipes available. Now, I can confidently say that I have found a wide range of delicious vegan meals that are simple to make and keep me satisfied!
Chicken cordon bleu is a classic French dish, typically made with chicken, ham, and cheese. The best ham to use for this dish is a high-quality, thinly sliced deli-style ham. It should have a good balance of salt and sweet flavors, with no artificial preservatives. The ham should be cooked until it is slightly crispy, then cut into small strips to layer between the chicken and cheese. Finally, the dish can be baked or fried to create a golden and crispy coating.
Memorizing recipes can be difficult, but there are several techniques that can help. The best way to memorize a recipe is to read it aloud several times while visualizing the process. It's also helpful to break the recipe down into steps and divide the ingredients into categories. Additionally, creating a mnemonic device or making a flowchart can be useful. Finally, practice makes perfect, so it's important to practice the recipe several times until it becomes second nature.
My favourite vegetarian recipe is a stir-fry. It's a simple and healthy dish, made from fresh vegetables and flavoured with garlic, soy sauce and ginger. As a base, I usually use mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, carrots and broccoli, but you can also add other vegetables like zucchini and sweet potatoes. The vegetables are quickly cooked in a wok with sesame oil, then seasoned with the garlic, ginger and soy sauce. It's a quick and easy meal that can be served with rice or noodles.