haha, I love the drawing of the onion getting rejected at the bottom.awesome recipe for onion rings. I'll have to try that.
why are all the ingredients sad? except the soy milk...?
I love your illustrations & the recipe looks awesome.
I'm going to make these immediately!
I love this site! But, I would love it even more if it had a sort of directory sidebar, with the different categories likeDessertsMain coursesSidesAppetizers and snacksSomething like that? It would help tremendously when I'm in the mood for a certain thing! Just a suggestion!Keep up the awesome work I love all the drawings and I can't wait to try out some recipes!
I just discovered your site - your recipes look great and your pictures make me smile. I'll definitely be returning!
yumm...this looks so good! I made something similar recently using zucchini slices and cornmeal- so good!
thanks for making me have munchies when none were summoned. :D
These look amazing! So glad I just found your blog through Bloglovin', because you have so much awesomeness happening here.
Made these tonight with panko breadcrumbs - deeeeeelicious! I think next time I'll add a bit less salt though :)
Hey! I love your recipes and graphics. Can Sadie Magazine could repost these recipes on our blog or magazine website? Of course we would include credit to you and your original blog.Hope to hear back from you!Rebecca
Love this site! I'll be cooking some of these tonight. Thank you.
I love your concept. It's so simple, yet so entertaining. Cooking becomes fun with your recipes! Keep up the good work!
This is one of the best sites ever!!!!!
Haha I LOVE this site! You illustrations are just awesome, a great new way of making cooking even more fun! Thank you :)www.foodonpaper.com
how long until the book is ready?
Hey vegan stoner, can you start including nutrition facts as well? Like calories and fat content and sodium? Please?
We try to reduce the fat and sodium content as much as we can in most of our guilty pleasure recipes. Unfortunately, the nature of our blog makes it hard to include nutritional facts. We intend for people to substitute ingredients to their taste. Try using an online calorie counter while cooking.
hey - long time vegan stoner follower here... one questions - when we bread these the breading gets clumpy and does not stick to onions after 5 or 6 dips... any suggestions? This also happened to me with the tufu english muffins..
Hi anonymous, Try to gently rest them in the crumbs and keep to one dip each side. If the onions are too wet when you dip them in the flour mix it will cause clumping. Try to gently shake excess liquid before covering in your dry mix. Also try adding more flour and crumbs once the dry mix starts to get damp.Some people prefer to double dip by dipping both side of the item in the dry mixture first, then the wet mixture, and finally back in the dry mixture. Another way to bread the tofu english muffin is to dip the tofu in soy sauce and begin frying. Halfway through, sprinkle both sides with yeast before flipping over.Hope this helps and happy breading.
have to try!!
hey these are pretty good ! Personally I wouldn't add any salt, or maybe very little, seeing how the breadcrumbs already have some. That being said, this is an awesome recipe.
I made these with the curry dish and they go great on top of curry :-)
Amazing website!! huuuuuge fan! you are doing an awesome job! :)
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