Some folks think we must cease to use our hands as eating utensils upon reaching a certain age. Well, Vegan MoFo is here to prove you can never be too old to eat with your hands. Here’s a post dedicated to what some call “finger food,” but I just refer to as “yum.”
Ahh Ethiopian cuisine. All that flavorful vegetable goodness, waiting to be sopped up by spongy injera. I guess I have Ethiopian food on the mind lately and it appears that other MoFo-ers do too! Just take a look at the yummy dishes Busy Vegan Mama has been cooking up, not without a little trial and error.
It may be a few days old, but this post, aptly titled “The Incredible Injera Adventure” by Vegan Cookbook Critic is so excellent that I wanted to share it as well. Check out the wonderful step-by-step photos of the injera making process!
If you’re looking to embark on your first Ethiopian culinary adventure, MoFo’s very own Kittee has a great zine chock full of recipes that are sure to have you smiling as you stuff atar allecha-sodden injera into your mouth.
MoFo Blogger over at Vegan Today has recreated a classic finger food, Ants on a Log, with some scrumptious sounding fillings including “Garlicky Cilantro Hummus with Kalamata Olives.” Yes, please!
Vegan in Brighton, who’s dedicating her posting to a cookbook challenge this week, also delved into the art of finger food creation, by baking up a batch of Sparkled Ginger Cookies from Vegan With a Vengeance. I love her method for deciding which new recipes to try! Also, I love cookies.
Now go eat with your hands, people! Just don’t get any food on your keyboard.