Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Fruit Punch Juice

I love fruit punch and those I get from the supermarket do contain preservatives. Trying to make it myself and it is what I got. Watermelon is an excellent source of Vitamin A, C and B6 and potassium. To prevent wastage of the orange pulp, add them into the blender. The amount of fruits can be adjustable to personal liking and you can control the amount of sugar used here. Oh the little cow in the picture, is designed by crystal.

Preparation: 10 mins

Ingredients (serves 2-3)
° 300g seedless watermelon fresh
° 1 orange, freshly squeezed
° 100g mango fresh, chopped
° 2-3 kalamansi limes, freshly squeezed
° sugar to taste

1. Throw in the entire ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Taste it, add more sugar, if necessary.
2. Serve chill or with ice.


Anonymous said...

can you recommend any recipe for making vegan red bean buns?

or just the recipe for the basic bread dough found in most bakeries that sell red bean buns, taro buns, hot dog bun etc.

i can't seem to find one ) :

all the recipes seem to involve eggs and milk. milk i can easily replace with soymilk. but i dunno how to deal with the egg.

i dunno if flax seed will work in this case...

Anonymous said...

I haven't had fruit punch for a long time. Yours looks so good! Perfect for the summer. The cow is very cute too! :-)

a veg*n @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi nata

Currently, i don't have the recipe yet. If i have it, i will post here :)

Egg, if it is very minimal, then might be able to omit, unless it is used for 'holding' the ingredient together. Again, need to read the whole recipe and test it out :)

Cheers :)

a veg*n @ Blog*Spot said...

Thank Vegan Chow :) the cow had legs too, but is hidden. cheers

dreamy said...

I love that cow too! But it seems like it has horns, maybe its a bull :)

a veg*n @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi Dreamy,

If i have the time, i make one for you - ok, yours will be without horn :)

Wikipedia even have The environment impact of cattle:-

A 400-page United Nations report from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) states that cattle farming is "responsible for 18% of greenhouse gases."[18] The production of cattle to feed and clothe humans stresses ecosystems around the world,[2] and is assessed to be one of the top three environmental problems in the world on a local to global scale. ---

cheers :)

Anonymous said...

hehe.. your goat looks so cute!@ :P

a veg*n @ Blog*Spot said...

Veggie Bun :O
Miss your blog. I have another that is sheep (goat), look different :)

Anonymous said...

Oh, i am very busy these days so didn't have time to update. Will update as soon as i have some free time again.. hehe..

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