I only thought to take a picture after it was mostly gone. It looks pretty out of the pan…with lacey borders.
3 Tbsp tahini
1 Tbsp real maple syrup
3/4 cup milk..soy, dairy, almond, whatever
2 Tbsp flour
dash of salt
1 tsp vanilla
Freshly ground cinnamon & nutmeg
I used to mix this up in my blender or food processer. I don’t have one, so I nuked the ingredients for a couple of minutes, stopping to whisk it 3 times along the way.
Heat coconut oil in cast iron pan at medium setting. Dip bread into batter. Fry until crispy and golden brown on each side. Sprinkle with spices. Serve with just a little real maple syrup. This is very rich and filling.
Of course I ran out of eggs…and had snagged two loaves of bread from the free table. I had tahini in the fridge and remembered this old favorite from my underground house days.
Rhett had 3 pieces and went to school happy 🙂 I just found out that he is the only person at blind school who brings their lunch. Rhett says they get him to describe each day’s lunch pail contents. Today he has a tub of homemade beanie-weenies, a homemade 100% wheat roll, pudding and 4 pieces of chocolate. I can’t wait to buy more fruits and vegetables!
Rhett’s lunches are often leftovers from meals, deli meat or PB&J sandwiches, salads, stews, soups…stuff like that. I can’t imagine always eating fast food. Yuck. I really freak out when thinking about the cost! I guess everybody has more money than we do. I’ll choose homemade meals most days…unless it’s an Asian buffet or a splurge.
If I had unlimited money, I would go to a different ethnic restaurant at least once a week 🙂 I want to try a bunch of these places. There’s Himalayan, Nepal, India, Thai, Chinese, Mexican, Mediterranean, Caribbean, Hawaiian, Polynesian, African, Japanese, Greek, Brazilian, Vietnamese, then there are steak houses and BBQ. Mmmmmmm……