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 Replies to “Vegan Recipes: Chickpea Pita Pockets”

  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.

  10. Aloha Linh! It’s one of my favorite breakfasts…hope you enjoy.Let me know
    if you give it a try 🙂

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