Vegan Garlic Twists
200g Vegan Margarine
300g Plain Flour
2 tsp Very Lazy Chopped Garlic
Pinch of Salt
1 tsp Dijon Mustard
I made these vegan garlic twists the other day after suddenly feeling the urge to bake something (you know how it is). I really like cheese straws but since I’m not eating dairy at the moment I had to find a vegan alternative.
You’ll know by now how much I love Very Lazy products. I had some Very Lazy chopped garlic so I decided to use it to make garlic twists. The flavour really came through with every bite. It’s not a strong garlicky taste but more like a roasted garlic. I also have some Very Lazy chopped chilli and you could mix in a teaspoon when you add the garlic if you want a bit of a kick.
This recipe is really fast and easy and you get a very more-ish product (I ate them all).
Rub the margerine and flour together and squash into a ball (you might need to add a splash of water if it doesn't stick together). Knead in the mustard, garlic and salt until well dispersed. Wrap in cling film and chill for 30 minutes.
Preheat the oven to 200ºc and grease a large baking tray. Roll the dough out onto a floured surface to about half a cm thick and cut into long sticks. Twist a few times from one end before laying on the baking tray and baking for 18-20 minutes. Allow to cool before serving.
|200g Vegan Margarine|
|300g Plain Flour|
|2 tsp Very Lazy Chopped Garlic|
|Pinch of Salt|
|1 tsp Dijon Mustard|
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I’m going to send these over to my vegan friend who is an utter garlic addict she will love them!
They sound yummy! I love Lazy products too – definitely worth saving time when you can sometimes.
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