I have been so excited about trying to use jackfruit in my blog for the longest time. The first time I bought jackfruit from the grocery store I bought ripe sweet jackfruit which isn't what you need to make vegan pulled pork sandwiches. You have to buy young jackfruit that is not ripe yet. I chose to buy it canned in brine, also an important step because sometimes it can be canned in syrup. I have to admit, buying a fresh jackfruit seemed a little intimidating to me. I had no clue how to prepare jackfruit at all, even the canned version.
of course, I went to the all-knowing google to learn how to prepare the canned version and I suggest you do the same if you are also a jackfruit virgin. There was plenty of YouTube videos on the subject. I took a few pictures and will post here but I believe a video serves better on this subject and plan to do this for one of my meatless Monday's meals soon!
The jackfruit has a core like a pineapple and you will cut that part off. Within the...
This is one of the first vegan things I learned how to make. Its a great replacement for the tuna sandwich, so yummy! This salad is good on a sandwich, a bed of lettuce, and in a wrap. It's a definite classic in my house now, everyone loves it! This doesn't happen too often.
Quick and easy to make with very few ingredients, very easy to whip up last minute without needing a run to the grocery store. Perfect for that summer night you don't want to cook. Guess what, It's pretty healthy too!
What do you need?
2 Carrots shredded
2-3 Stalks of celery diced
1 small onion diced
1 tablespoon of fresh dill(you can use dry, just do half the amt)
1 Tablespoon spicy brown mustard
1 can of chickpeas rinsed.
½ cup of vegan mayo. Add more if its a little dry.
Salt and Pepper to taste
What do I do?
Put rinsed chickpeas in a large bowl and smash them up good with a fork. Add the shredded carrots, diced celery, and diced onion.
Mix together mayo, mustard, dill, and salt and...