Vegan Recipes - a Cornwall Vegans page

Vegan Recipes
from Cornwall Vegans facebook group and
30 easy recipes from their community kitchen

1. Bread recipe for Panasonic Bread Machine
from Alex Taylor at Bleujennow B'n'B
1 tsp dried yeast
500g flour (wholemeal, seeded or white)
pinch of salt
1 tsp sugar
25g oil or margarine
370ml water
optional: seeds, grains

Add ingredients to bread pan in the order given. It takes 4 hours for white flour, 5 for wholemeal.


3. Trudi's Thai Tartlets (as prepared for Big Lunch)


4. Helen Jaynes' pancakes

1.5 cups of oats in a blender to make an oaty flour. Then add 1 cup of almond milk and 1 ripe banana and blend until batter is formed - add a dash more almond milk if too thick for your liking or to spread the batter further! I just pour the batter straight into a red hot non-stick pan with no oil so they are non-fat...from instagram page 'Thriving On Plants'


5. Pancakes, adapted from 'Vegan with a Vengeance', by Isa Chandra Moskowitz
5 oz, 150g, plain flour. I like to use Marriages organic light brown plain flour, but any white or brown is fine. It also works well with Doves farm gluten free flour mix.
2 level tsps baking pdr
Half tsp salt
2 tbsps oil, I use sunflower
5 tbsps water
Half pint 300 ml. Soya or other plant milk, less if eg rice milk
1 tsp vanilla extract

You can add some maple syrup and/or cinnamon to the mix, as Isa suggests. I do not, as the pancakes are then more adaptable for savoury or sweet use.

Get the pan heating, with a thin layer of oil while you mix the ingredients.
Sift together the flour, baking powder and salt. Add the wet ingredeints.

Mix thoroughly, do not overmix, as the pancakes will be tough, a quick blast in a mixer works well. A few lumps are fine.

Make sure the oil is hot before you spoon the mix into the pan. It should sizzle when the mix is added. I make small pancakes, I find these more manageable to cook, and you can prepare a stack or add to a meal. I use one tbsp of mix per pancake.
They will take about two minutes to cook each side, you should see bubbles form little holes. Let them brown slightly, gluten free ones often take longer to turn brown.