1-2 medium green bird’s eye chiles, coarsely chopped
2 tbsp. fresh lime juice
1 1⁄2 tsp. kosher salt
1⁄2 tsp. sugar
1⁄4 tsp. cumin seeds
1⁄4 cup Greek yogurt
For the kebabs:
1 lb. paneer, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 medium red bell pepper (7 oz.), stemmed, seeded, and cut into 1-inch pieces
1 medium green bell pepper (7 oz.), stemmed, seeded, and cut into 1-inch pieces
1 large red onion (13 oz.), cut into 1-inch pieces
Vegetable-oil cooking spray
1⁄2 cup melted ghee or unsalted butter, for basting
1 tsp. chaat masala
Make the marinade: To a small food processor, add the cilantro, mint, ginger, chiles, lime juice, salt, sugar, cumin seeds, and 2 tablespoons cold water. Pulse until very finely chopped, then transfer to a large bowl and whisk in the yogurt. Add the paneer, red and green bell peppers, and onion; toss well to coat. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour and up to overnight.
Make the kebabs: Meanwhile, soak ten 8-inch bamboo skewers in cold water for at least 30 minutes before grilling.
When ready to cook the kebabs, preheat the grill to medium-high (about 400°F) or a grill pan over high heat. Drain the skewers and shake off any excess water. Gently thread 3 pieces of paneer on each skewer, adding peppers and onions on either end and in between. Adjust the paneer and vegetables so that on at least one side they align into a flat surface.
Once the grill is hot, liberally spray the flattest side of each skewer with cooking spray. (This will prevent the paneer from sticking to the surface of the grill.) Add the skewers to the grill, sprayed-side down, and cook with the grill open until the paneer forms grill marks, about 3 minutes. Using a long, offset spatula, gently loosen the paneer from the grill and flip the skewers. Baste the tops of the skewers with ghee, and continue cooking until the peppers and onions are slightly tender and the marinade no longer looks wet, about 3 minutes more. Transfer to a platter, sprinkle with chaat masala, and serve hot.
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2 tablespoons heavy whipping cream, room temperature
Appetizer skewers or toothpicks
1 to 1-1/4 pounds seedless red or green grapes, rinsed and patted dry
Preheat oven to 275°. Pulse almonds in a food processor until finely chopped (do not overprocess). Spread in a 15x10x1-in. pan; bake until golden brown, 6-9 minutes, stirring occasionally. Transfer to a shallow bowl; cool slightly.
In another bowl, mix cream cheese, blue cheese, parsley and cream until blended. Insert a skewer into each grape. Roll grapes in cheese mixture, then in almonds; place on waxed paper-lined baking sheets. Refrigerate, covered, until serving.
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Place the cheese slices on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper. Bake for 10 minutes, or until the cheese firms up. Transfer to paper towels to absorb any excess oil. Allow to cool on the paper towels and the cheese will crisp up as it cools.
Store in airtight container or ziplock bag for several days and crackers will remain crispy! Serve with guacamole, your favorite creamy dip or with a Buffalo Chicken Dip!
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Daiya Vegan Cheese first hit the shelves in 2009 when two friends, Andre and Greg, brought their passion for plant-based living to life. Daiya started with two flavors, cheddar and mozzarella, but have since grown to over 30 plant based dairy alternatives and they continue to grow to this day. Their products are even free of soy, dairy, gluten, eggs, and peanuts making it a great option for those who have to contend with allergies on a daily basis!
Where Can You Find Daiya Vegan Cheese?
Daiya products are in over 2,000 stores, so there is a good chance you can find it in one where you live. In the USA, Daiya can be found in Walmart, Target, WholeFoods, Sprouts, Kroger, and even online at Amazon. Daiya’s website has an awesome product locater, Daiya Product Locater, which makes it easy to find which store nearby has it.
Recipes Using Daiya Vegan Cheese
Now comes the good part! These are some of our favorite recipes using vegan cheese. Check them out below, and if you have any suggestions, please share them with us!
Sandwich bread (sourdough would be awesome, but I use gluten free)
Apricot preserves (or jam)
About 1/3 cup balsamic vinegar
Cook the bacon and remove from pan. Cool on paper towel.
Spread apricot preserves on bot slices of bread. Add slices of brie and the cooked bacon and sandwich together.
Liberally butter both sides of the sandwich on the outside and cook, covered, over medium heat, flipping halfway through until the bread is browned and the cheese is melted (if the cheese still isn’t melted all the way, sometimes I just take the sandwich apart and put the cheese directly on the pan for a few seconds).
Meanwhile, put the balsamic vinegar in a small, microwavable cup or bowl in the microwave. Stir every minute until it starts to boil. Then stir ever 20 seconds until syrupy (you can also do this on the stove).
Drizzle the finished grilled cheese with the balsamic reduction and garnish with basil if desired.
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