Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Vegan Prawn Sesame Toast

I don't know about you, but I love Asian cuisine it has to be my favorite.
Just prior to going vegan and not being a seafood lover I discovered prawn toast....just the regular one in the frozen section mind you, but it was enough for me to love it. I have made it one of the few things on my short journey of must haves, to veganise and finally, I found vegan prawns of all things so I began to put some traditional Asian flavors together and created this...masterpiece...even if I do say so myself :-)

Makes enough paste for 8 slices of bread

10-12 Vegan Prawns
3 Tbsps Spring Onions Chopped
1 tsp fresh Ginger grated  
1 Tbsp Soy Sauce 
1/2 tsp Sesame oil
1 tsp Tahini
1 small Clove of Garlic
1 Flax Egg (1 Tbsp flax meal 2 Tbsp water mix)
S&P to taste (I used approx 1/4 tsp salt)
8 Slices couple day old bread

1. In a processor add all the ingredients except the bread, and process till a paste.

2. Pop into the fridge till it's needed or can be frozen till you need it.... if not using it within 3 days

3. Cut the crust from the bread, if you like thinner crunchier toast lightly roll each piece of bread (but not till it's as flat as a pancake) you want some texture there.
4. Add a thin layer of paste to each slice and cut into quarters, dip the filling side into sesame seeds.
5. On a lined tray, spray lightly with spray oil (optional) and add each piece bottom side down filling side up and brush gently, each piece with a little oil (optional) but it gives it a crunchier texture and cook till they are golden brown and crispy!      Enjoy!  :-)   


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