Marie studies in Regensburg, but her great passion is her food blog (@lesoulfoodist). A few years ago, she made a big trip around the world, where she was particularly fond of Asian cuisine, which can also be super combined with veganism. However, she also likes challenges: Her family is originally from the Crimean peninsula, where the diet is very meat-heavy. However, traditional Russian dishes can be made vegan with a little experimentation!
For the patties, mix the flour, carrot juice, oil, baking powder, salt and turmeric in a bowl, work into a smooth dough with your hands and leave covered in the fridge for 15 minutes.
Then divide the dough into 4 balls and roll out thin and round. Bake the individual patties in a non-stick pan over medium-high heat until the dough bubbles, then turn them over.Tip: To prevent the patties from drying out, you can store them in an airtight tin until serving.
For the pesto, roast the pine nuts in a pan until golden brown. Then process together with the remaining ingredients using a blender or food processor to a uniform mass.
For the yoghurt sauce, press the garlic and mix with the vegan yoghurt. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Peel and slice the onion. Heat the oil in a medium frying pan and sauté the onions. Add the planted.kebab and fry for 4 minutes.
Then spread the pancakes with the pesto, spread the planted.kebab on top and garnish with the yoghurt sauce.
Optional: Slice the blood orange, remove the peel if necessary. Decorate the patties with the blood orange slices and some rocket salad.
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