Thursday, April 09, 2015

Fermented Cheesy Dip Video


Running Bangalore's first vegan restaurant, Carrots, has taken over my life and I'm loving every minute of it! :)

But I do miss my blogging days. :( It used to be awesome to have time to post recipes and visit my blogging friends' spaces. There was a time when that was the biggest part of my online personality.

Even though I'm rarely posting new recipes and photographs here these days, I feel that it'll be really nice to have some activity happening on my blog.

So I've decided to share videos from the demos we've been having quite regularly at Carrots. :)

In most of these videos you'll see me and my bestie, Chef Ram doing the demo. But occasionally, our other talented chefs will be joining me too.

Besties

Today's video is a recipe for a quick and easy cheesy dip, along with some great ideas on how to use it in preparing a bunch of snacks and dishes. We did this demo last Sunday. I'll share videos from some of the older demos later.


Enjoy! :)

4 comments:

  1. Great job! I really enjoyed the video, and the cheese sounds delicious.

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  2. What a great video and demonstration! It looks so yummy! I am definitely going to try this. You gave us so many great ideas and ways to use this too. Thank you so much for sharing! I can't wait to taste it!!

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  3. Thanks so much for the recipe.. how to store the cheese and what is its shelf life. Also, is it ok if it ferments for more than 10 hrs?

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    1. It can be fermented for even 20 hours in the colder months. Depends on how sour you’d like the cheese to be. Store it in a glass container in the fridge. It stays for a minimum of 7 days but often more.

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