Dienstag, 1. Juni 2010

vegan L-Love

Got a new favourite series: The L-Word. In fact, I fell in love with Shane at the first glance, and it inspires me in a strange way... Uhm, too much detail ;) At any rate, it inspires me culinarily.... example: Kit's Polenta pear tarte she sells in The Planet. I discussed it with mummy, and from somewhere deep in her many many recipe notes, she conjured a polenta tarte recipe. Not pears, but apples, no matter. I translated it into Vegan Love Language. There you are:

Polenta Whatsoever-Fruit Tarte
(for a 28cm-spring form)

750ml Soy milk (if you are a sweetie, take the vanilla flavoured one)
375 ml water
dash of salt
dash of saffron
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground cardamom
2 Tbsp brown sugar

--> bring to a boil.
Then add

200g polenta

and simmer for about 15 - 20 min. (be careful not to scorch or boil over)
Take from the stove and let cool a bit, then add

75 g raisins or sliced dates
1 big mashed banana

Take the spring form and grease it with a little bit of canola or sunflower oil,
then spread some ground almonds into it.

Fill the cooled polenta mixture in the springform.
Now decide which fruit you would like to use: good are sour apples, pears, mango, peach, apricot. You will need about 400 g in total, slice it roughly and put it one the cake.

Finally: Mix
6 Tbsp coconut cream and
2 Tbsp brown sugar

and spread it evenly on the top of the cake.

Let bake for about 30-35 min at 200°C.
Eat warm (tastes likea wonderful semolina pudding) or cool (tastes like some kind of crazy mouth-watering cheese cake).

Hope you like it. Let me know!

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