Aquafaba is the liquid from these soaked dried chic peas and you can also make a healthy stir fry with pulses vegetables, spices, adding brown rice or quinoa. So save the liquid the next time you drain a can of pulses or, if you cook dried beans, the cooking water. To make a protein-rich aquafaba from scratch, soak the pulses in plenty of water overnight. Drain, cover with a litre of fresh water per 200g pulses (pre-soaked weight) and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer, skim off any froth, then cover and cook for one to two hours, until the beans are soft. Leave to cool down, then refrigerate.
50ml bean water
1 tbsp mustard
Salt and black pepper
About 200ml oil – organic rapeseed, sunflower or olive, ideally
1 tbsp vinegar – cider, white-wine or other
Put the bean water, mustard and a pinch of salt and pepper in a clean, grease-free bowl. Blend with a hand-mixer (or put everything in a blender) until combined and frothy, then pour in the oil in a very slow, steady stream, blending as you go. Once the consistency is as you like, stop adding the oil and blend in the vinegar and garlic, if using.🍜🌶️🍄🥒🌽🥕🍅🍆#pulses #brownrice
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