Vegan Recipes: Chickpea Pita Pockets

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Okinawan Sweet Potato (or Ube) & Coconut  Rice Pudding Recipe :: Vegan

The flavors of this onolicous rice pudding are inspired by my favorite dessert,Ube & Haupia pie. Please subscribe to my channel so you don’t miss out on futu…
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23 thoughts on “Vegan Recipes: Chickpea Pita Pockets

  1. Veggietorials says:

    Yes, you can totally make it that way. You don’t really even have to thin
    it out if you enjoy a richer flavor and don’t mind a little more fat from
    the coconut milk. Please post a pic on Instagram and tag me so I can see
    how it turned out :)

  2. Veggietorials says:

    You can prepare it either way but I prefer roasting in the oven. I cook at
    400F for about 45 minutes to an hour or until easily pierced with a fork.

  3. jaakizamazin says:

    I’ve never seen Okinawan sweet potatoes look like that :o. I buy them all
    the time and the skin tends to be yellower/ tan an the flesh is white with
    purple specks raw, but once cooked turns all purple.

  4. Vegana Life says:

    i love this! i need to make it right NOW, but i don’t have any coconut
    juice… could i thin out the coconut milk/date mixture and add that in
    when i’m supposed to add the juice?

  5. Veggietorials says:

    What state are you in doll? Look for them in Asian or ethnic markets where
    they usually stock more unusual produce items. Or try local farmer’s
    markets :)

  6. Veggietorials says:

    Ah, I see. You did make me chuckle with the candy comment…I used to LOVE
    all the Asian sweets but almost everything has dairy in it-boo! You could
    also try this recipe with raisins or your favorite dried fruit instead of
    the Ube ( sweet potato)

  7. Veggietorials says:

    Yup, this is actually what we call “Ube”. Realized that I had a brain fart
    AFTER I shot, edited, uploaded and posted the video. Good news is, you can
    make it with any kind of sweet potato and it still tasted yummy.

  8. Veggietorials says:

    Aloha! I find them at the farmers’ market but you can also find them at
    Asian markets. Let me know if you give it a try :)

  9. Sherlock says:

    I live in a small town in Arizona. I miss California so much. You could get
    anything you wanted. We finally got an Asian market that took, I’ll see if
    she has some, but I don’t think she will. She tries to cater to our local
    Weeaboo and Asian population which means TONS OF JAPANESE CANDY and some
    fish. I love her. But since my surgery I have an aversion to most meat and
    animal products.

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