Thursday, 8 October 2009

Vegan MoFo: Soup & lazy breadsticks

I really couldn't think of anything I wanted for dinner tonight so after staring into the fridge I found leftover mushrooms, soy cream and sweetcorn. So I made soup.


And twisty breadsticks. It was yummy.


I don't have a recipe for the soup, I just chucked stuff in the pot, but I do have one for the breadsticks. They're lazy breadsticks - the best kind! This makes 4 breadsticks.

Ingredients:
1 cup of plain flour
1 sachet of fast action yeast
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp olive oil
1/2 tsp agave nectar
1/2 cup warm water

Method:
Mix together dry ingredients and then mix together wet and pour into the dry. Mix until combined and knead until combined (about 30 seconds, told you they were lazy!). Add more flour if too wet or more water if too dry.

Divide into 4 and roll into sausages then twist. Put on a baking tray and spray with a little oil

Bake at 200C/400F for 15 minutes or until just starting to brown and they sound hollow when you tap the bottom.

I'm off to watch gilmore girls and resist the urge to make another microwave mug cake!!

Laterz
xXx

10 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good combination to me. :)

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  2. You poor thing, looks like your blog was hacked again! :( That, or you're really enthused about viagra. :P

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  3. Twisty AND lazy in the same sentence!! YEAH!

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  4. oh wait... was the viagra thing not in theme with your sausage breadsticks?? :) boo... who should I beat up?

    Well... we can discuss it over gilmore girls and soup... warm me up a bowl!

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  5. No viagra but breadsticks? These look so addictive and I hope they didn't hack your site again.

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  6. it's totally soup weather! woah, I thought that was my bloglines getting all excited about frankfurt... talking about excitement, today's alien post seems to be about viagra...

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  7. Yay for home made bread!!! (And boo to viagra spammage!!!) There's nothing better than the smell of hot bread!

    And darn those mug cakes are hard to say no to aren't they?!?!?

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  8. Yum! I am actually eating soup and bread right now because I wanted something warm and easy for lunch. It has rudely gotten cold and grey today. But my soup is from a tin and my bread is from a breadshop, so not quite as great as yours!

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  9. Soup is such a good dinner, especially when you don't feel like cooking too much. Looks good to me!

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