Peanut Milk + Red bean spread Recipe

Peanut Milk + Red bean spread

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Ingredients

*** Peanut Milk ***

  • Raw Peanuts (organic)
  • Roll Oats (I like: Old wessex's 100% natural 5 grain cereal: looks like oat meal but mixed with oats, rye, triticale, barley + golden flax)

* Potato Mix*

  • One red potato
  • Half onion
  • Minced Garlic
  • sausage (or sub with vegan stuff, but i do prefer real meat heehee )
  • Cheese (I like mozzarella cheese)
  • Firm tofu
  • Lime, Salt, Black pepper, Paprika + Olive oil

*** Bread Spread ***

  • Red kidney bean (or Chicpeas are nice as well)
  • Mayo (get the real stuff)
  • Tuna (I hate the ones in water, this is made with tuna in extra virgin olive oil)
  • Half onion

How to make Peanut Milk + Red bean spread


This is actually a super easy + fast recipe.

Tools needed for this recipe:

1 small bowl, chop board, knife, coffee grinder, a container jar or small tupperware, small pot + pan

*** Peanut Milk ***

  1. grab a hand full of raw peanuts and oats put into coffee grinder
  2. In a small pot, fill it with filtered water and dump in (1)
  3. Let it cook till it becomes milky then it's ready to drink

*** Potato Mix ***

  1. dicing up the following; potato, onion, sausage, tofu (dice one onion use half for potato, half for bread spread)
  2. in a pan, add oil and onion, cook till it smells good
  3. add potato and sausage, cook till potato is soft and sausage is cooked
  4. add in tofu, salt, black pepper + paprika, cook for very short time
  5. turn off heat spread cheese on top, it's ready to serve
  6. try some lime juice with it

*** Bread Spread ***

  1. in coffee grinder (it's amazing how handy those things are) grind; bean, mayo + diced onion(use the left over from potato mix)
  2. dump into a small bowl and mix in tuna(sans the oil)
  3. that's all! it's ready to spread, also keep the extras in a air tight jar or small tupperware box for Monday's breakfast.
  • For the spread I generally make two little boxes of them one with chicpeas'aka hummus' the other with red beans

  • For the Peanut Milk I also grind two batches to keep in jars, one with raw peanut the other with raw soybeans'aka soymilk', and keep the powder in airtight jars

  • That way over the 5 work days I'll have an easy time eating healthy breakfast

  • telliecoin
    telliecoin says

    sounds very interesting!

  • lovedenise
    lovedenise says

    looks really delicious and fun (:

  • fuzzywzhe
    fuzzywzhe says

    What a worthless recipe. There's no quantities in the recipe, and the peanut milk needs a sweetner. You've made peanut soup. What a waste of time.

  • dannieg4
    dannieg4 says

    Wow, some people don't understand the meaning of open source! Fuzzywzhe - I'm not a chef I do have a day job, if you think you can better improve upon my recipe you are welcome to give it a try, but please don't post immature comments on this site, if you feel the urge to write something stupid and immature then try something like MySpace - suits your kind!

  • fuzzywzhe
    fuzzywzhe says

    Listen, I'm all for contributing free stuff, I've done quite a bit of that myself with quite a bit of code. What ticks me off is when I find a something that doesn't work as advertised. It's called vapourware. You want to make peanut milk? This is how you do it: Ingredients: 8 cups of water 8 tsp of sugar or equivalent sweetener 1 cup raw (uncooked) peanuts 5 cardamom pods 5 cloves 1/8 tsp salt 1 sieve, a reusable coffee filter will work. Paper filters will not, they are too fine. 1 good blender. Place one cup of raw peanuts into a blender and chop it to dust - 10 seconds on high will do it. Bring 8 cups of water to a boil in a saucepan. I add 5 cardamom pods and 5 cloves for flavor but these aren't strictly necessary. Once the water has come to a boil, remove the cardamom pods and the cloves and place them in the blender since you want to pulverize these too. The reason you boil these is to soften them up. Take 2 cups of the water and place them in the blender and place the cap of the blender on top. WAIT 1 MINUTE - you need to allow the air in the blender to expand which it will with that boiling hot water in there. If you turn the blender on right away, you'll get wet and maybe scalded. Blend the mixture for 10 seconds and let it sit for 5 minutes to allow the peanuts to soak in the water. Strain the pulp in your sieve. It's very thick and this is a bit slow the first time. Return the pulp to the blender, add 2 more cups of water again. Again, place the top on the blender for a minute, and again blend for 10 seconds. No need to wait 5 minutes this time you can filter immediately. Keep filtering and returning the pulp to the blender until you've used up all your water. Your peanut pulp should look like a fine grain now - discard that. Dissolve the sugar and salt into the liquid, pop into the fridge. If you're using aspartame or saccharine instead of sugar, don't add those to the liquid until it's cooled because they break down in heat. The flavor can be a little overwhelming to some people, but it's a lot better than soymilk and a ton cheaper. You can buy all the ingredients you need at any Indian supermarket very cheaply. NOTICE YOU NEVER COOK THE PEANUTS.

  • dannieg4
    dannieg4 says

    OKie! Ahole, why don't you use all that typing and fill up your own empty page instead of busting on other people's recipes!!! i guess it's true what they say "the weakest dog bark the loudest" I'm all about eating healthy and natural if i want to add all that stuff to what i eat/drink then i might as well get store bought, that's why my steps and materials are simple and natural,to me it does taste like milky peanut drink and that's GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME!!! at least i know mine drink doesn't have added sweetener !!!!

  • fuzzywzhe
    fuzzywzhe says

    You didn't have a recipe. A recipe is a list of ingredients with measurements and directions on how to prepare, not just a list of ingredients. I doubt anybody has tried your "recipe", and I'm sort of doubtful even YOU have. Nobody can use it, that's my point. Think about it, if you double the water in your "recipe" do you get anything NEAR the same flavor? Nobody knows the right amounts, who is going to waste their time trying to find out what they are?

  • dannieg4
    dannieg4 says

    okay! THIS ENDLESS RETARDED ARGUMENT ENDS RIGHT NOW, I'LL BE THE BIGGER GIRL AND LET YOU WIN THIS ONE! but just an FYI if i didn't use my recipe to cook it how the heck dO you think the photo came from? ... I know not everyone is Einstein but next time please use at least .01% of your brain cell before posting a stupid comment.

  • fuzzywzhe
    fuzzywzhe says

    I dunno, you grabbed it off the net? What IS your recipe anyhow? Is it too freaking difficult to actually measure anything, or record durations? And incidentally, I'm not a girl.

  • turquloise
    turquloise says

    fuzzywzhe - wow. you may not be a girl but you are A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG.

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