If mixture is too wet, add more coconut, otherwise more cream or maple syrup, depending on your tastebuds, and roll into balls or eat straight out of the bowl with a spoon.
How many portions? Enough.
Play with your food! :D
On an aside, less than a year ago, I wouldn't have made chutney because of the high sugar content, even though I loved it. "That just cannot be good for you...." Blah blah blah.
Gone is that rule. Thank God (myself).
If I love it, and it's supposed to have sugar, then I will add the sugar and love it too 😉.
|This is what he got on his actual birthday - a personalised|
castle like cake for a man who knows his greatness-
"Kral Yurai," which translates to "King George" ;D
|Chocolate chunk with bits of cookie. There's a block of chocolate in the centre of these babies, and each chunk was placed|
on top by yours truly. The ultimate cookie, made with love <3
|Sprouted Brown Rice|
|Artsy Fartsy Masoor Lentils :)|
|Wheatberrries, which were just beginning to sprout, so I started the drying|
process (very slowly in oven, to eventually make my own whole wheat flour.
|Brown rice sprouts which I used for sooooo many things!|
|A close up on Rukola|
|Another one of my favourite pictures, (and the very first thing I sprouted): Three little bean sprouts. Yurai said he saw lots of hearts when first seeing this|
picture. I saw "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon." Don't ask ;)
|From little sprouts, to full blown plants, pictured alongside|
chia and alfalfa sprouts.
Speaking of alfalfa, I am slightly biased towards these goodies than anything else, just slightly though :)
|The beautiful alfalfa spouts|
|Sprouted Chia Seeds|
|A Close up on Chia|
|A salad of onions and pease, with alfalfa sprouts and parsley|
dijon mustard, yoghurt & pickles :)
|White Bean Hummus with Sundried Tomatoes|
|Sprouted White bean & Masoor Lentil Hummus|
|My favourite addition to Hummus-|
Roasted Red Peppers (or Peas).
|Sprouted Red (Kidney) Bean Hummus|
Sprouted White Bean Hummus
Spicy Balkan Cheese
|Sprouted & Curried Masoor Lentil Dip|
(Not shown, but part of the feast, pictured
to the left).
|Naan in progress, for the very first|
time. Notice the narrow oil container?
That would be my rolling pin :)
|Balkan Cheese, lightly cooked with|
Cumin seeds & Chili Flakes.
Topped with toasted black sesame seeds
|Red Bean Hummus rolled in steamed cabbage with|
Alfalfa sprouts. All of the above came about when I missed
"Food Revolution Day," here in Bratislava.
I was having a little revolution at home....sorry! ;D
|The Original Digestive (Square because I didn't yet own a cookie cutter).|
|Flatbread (using sprouted wheat) based on Digestive Biscuit|
(Served with a Red Bean &
Caramalised Onion Spread)
|Flatbread (using sprouted wheat),|
based on Digestive Biscuit
(Served with Sprouted &
|Using the same idea as the flatbread (based on the digestive),|
I created this second flatbread, made from "Jeera/Cumin Rice
with Onions & Peas. Didn't last very long!!
|Red Bean &|
Caramalised Onion Spread