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Vegan Caramelized Onion Dip

When I just have to have comfort food, I turn to this vegan caramelized onion dip that tastes just like the original. First you cook the onions in a covered pan over medium heat for about fifteen minutes. Then you stir in the sugar and salt, cooking uncovered and stirring occasionally for between five and ten minutes. Your onions should be caramelized at this point. Don’t skip the sugar, you need it for the caramelizing process. Next, you combine the vegan mayonnaise and silken tofu. This can be done in an immersion blender or food processor. I don’t recommend whisking by hand. Add in all but a spoonful of the caramelized onions. The spoonful can be used as garnish. Lastly, seal it up in an airtight container and pop it in the fridge for a few hours.

Key Takeaways:

  • This is a link to a recipe for a vegan, meat free and dairy free caramelized onion dip.
  • The vegan cartelized onion dip would be great served with potato chips.
  • This recipe is perfect for many occasions including barbecues, hanging out with friends or even snacking alone.

So I’m not eating this dip and imagining the health fairies sprinkling me with magical kale dust.

Read more: http://veganbits.com/vegan-caramelized-onion-dip/

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Vegan Caramelized Onion Dip

Best of Fall 2017 Meal Plan

Fall 2017 Residential Meal Plans. Students living on campus who have 0 59 Earned Credit Hours will have a choice of one of the following Meal Plans: 5 Day Unlimited Plan with $270 DD (240 or more meals per Semester) $1890 ($6.75 or less per meal). Each meal plan comes with meal swipes to use at our three dining halls and dining dollars to use at one of our various retail locations.The ability to dine at all of the dining locations all across campus gives students a range of menus and offerings. You’ll get guaranteed value, whether you eat on campus three times a week or three times a day! We’ve got you covered. See our Meal Plan options below for more information.

Key Takeaways:

  • Pizza Chilli is the Best of Fall 2017 meal Plan favorite with 100% of the votes.
  • A simple favorite called Sweet Corn Pasta made the 2017 list behind the Big Mac Potato Soup dish.
  • Tuna Nachos and Brownie Batter ONOs are sure to be a hit with the kids.

This is a great time to catch up on the meal plans if you’ve fallen behind

Read more: https://happyherbivore.com/2017/10/best-of-vegan-fall-meals-healthy-favorites/

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Corporate Catering – For a lasting impression start with amazing catering!

Corporate Catering - For a lasting impression start with amazing catering!

If feeding the guest is your only concern, you dont need a professional to do that. You can just order takeout or have your local restaurant deliver to your location and your problem is solved. The search engine has permeated in all aspects of our lives that its almost second nature to Google the information to the question you want the answer to. Its not their fault, of course. If the caterer is any good, your problem is already half-solved. Whether you have an intimate dinner for 20 people or a huge convention with 10,000 participants, you need catering services to feed them all with good food. A large gathering where 50 or more have no food because the catering services are ill-equipped to host the party in the first place is unforgivable to many customers. You have to be careful in choosing your caterers. The online directory makes it easier to find the caterers near your area. With Catering Authority, you get access to actual reviews of past customers as well as the top service providers. Catering Authority is a repository of local caterers with the track record of successfully hosting large corporate events.

  • A team of highly qualified, courteous and experienced professionals promises to make any event a pleasure.

  • We offer quality and delicious food at reasonable prices.

  • Our experience and attention to detail ensure that your event will be a huge success and leave your guests talking about their meal for days to come!

  • Customers have flexibility and choice when creating their individualized menus for their special event!.

Our corporate caterers will design your event with style and quality. We have an eye for detail and style. Whether you are hosting a product launch, a gala dinner, annual staff party or a simple breakfast meeting, we are here to help you make it an incredible event. Anytime you host a company event, we will do everything to exceed your expectations! Were experts in corporate event catering. Whether you need sandwiches delivered for lunch, or full-on event coordination for a formal dinner seating 300 we will make it a success! Professionals can add that magical touch to make dishes look just right and food taste amazing! With years of experience, were renowned for creating seamless, one-of-a-kind events (and delicious food!) that get rave reviews from clients and guests.

Choosing a Corporate Caterer from Catering Authority as Easy as 1 2 3

The best thing about Catering Authority is that it already short-listed the companies, separating the wheat from the chaff. Each name listed on the website has a corresponding review, along with customer recommendation, which only makes it easier for you to pick one. To browse through the catalog of caterers, visit www.catering authority.com.

https://www.cateringauthority.com/corporate-catering/

Corporate Catering – For a lasting impression start with amazing catering!

Vegan Cherry Pie

Pie can be made vegan for those who follow that diet. It is still deliious and vegans can eat it with a clear conscience. This recipe is a great example. It is a cherry pie and has all of the tart and sweet flavors you expect from one. This would be grat to make for your vegan loved one because they may believe they can no longer have pie and would be very pleased to see they were wrong.

Key Takeaways:

  • The pie does not only omit soy nuts but peanuts as well for those with nut allergies.
  • Sometimes, when you are a vegan, you have cravings for a piece of pie.
  • This pie is a cherry pie for vegans and it is very delicious and healthy.

My vegan Cherry Pie is golden and delicious and it’s lower in fat than a traditional pie, which means you can have twice as much.

Read more: http://veganbits.com/vegan-cherry-pie/

Vegan Cherry Pie

Baked Tilapia with Lime

Kristen shares her recipe for what she calls fast-food tilapia with lime, and a photo of the result. It takes about fifteen minutes to cook, and she serves it with noodles.

She recommends one or two tablespoons of Wildtree Ranchers’ steak rub (sea salt organic black pepper, garlic, allspice, cinnamon, cloves, and ginger), two tablespoons of butter, and lime zest for a pound and a half of fish fillets. Preheat the oven to 375, line the pan with foil, season the fillets generously, and cook for 1215 minutes.

Key Takeaways:

  • I love food photography and styling so much, but sometimes I just want to share what I’m having for dinner like in the early days of blogging.
  • I just haven’t been sharing anything at all. And that’s a shame. Some of my most simple, family friendly
  • This Baked Tilapia with Lime Juice is one of those recipes that serves me so well in a pinch. Plus, it’s so good for you and delicious, you’ll want to make it all the time.

With school back in session, I rely now more than ever on quick recipes, and fish and shrimp are quick!

Read more: https://dineanddish.net/2017/09/baked-tilapia/

Baked Tilapia with Lime

Wet/Gummy Cake-Like Texture

The recipe technically calls to bake the bread in a preheated dutch oven (I use a casserole dish because I don’t own a dutch oven), but the dough is so sticky that if I preheat the dish and transfer the dough to it once it’s preheated, I find that the dough deflates and I get a flat loaf. I tried baking the bread for a bit longer, but the outside burned and got stuck to the sides of the casserole dish. This time, I let the dough rise in the dish, and I made sure that the outer layer of the dough stayed moist while it was proofing/rising for the second time. I also tried to cut slits in the bread to help it rise, but the dough was too wet and sticky and it didn’t work very well. I also brushed the lid with water and the top of the loaf with water and oil right before putting it into the oven. I baked the bread for 5 minutes longer with the lid on, and once I took the lid off, I cooked it until the crust looked like it would burn if I left it in a minute longer. When I cut into the loaf, however, the texture is still gummy.

Key Takeaways:

  • Baking a cake in a Dutch oven at 230 degrees with the lid open and then closed in between times removing the steam lid may prevent gummy cake.
  • In baking, an internal temperature check should always be performed when checking for doneness.
  • When baking cake to prevent gummy texture, try cooking the cake in a Dutch oven for over 2 hours and let it set until the next day.

Everything is fine but internal is wet gummy and not really like moist bread should be.

Read more: http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/53801/wetgummy-cake-texture

Wet/Gummy Cake-Like Texture