“pa” – tsampa dough, basic use of tsampa in Tibetan way

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Ingredients 
  • one cup tsampa
  • pinch of salt
  • 4 or more tbsp cold press olive oil
  • salt
  • tibetan tea or black tea, or just water
Directions
Put in the bowl tsampa and add olive oil and little of tea. Start to mix by hand or by spoon and if needed add tea. Make daugh by hands. Good one is not sticky.
As tea you can use common black tea, or pu-er tea, or Japanese roasted bancha or kikucha, or of course Tibetan tea. You can also add some nuts and seeds, that tsampa pa will be as protein bomb.  

Fast and simple soup with pepper and caraway

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Ingredients
  • 2 to 3 Tbs Tsampa
  • pinch ground caraway
  • pinch dry or fresh marjoram
  • pinch of salt and pepper
  • olive oil or any other cold press oil
Directions
Put tsampa into a bowl, and add all the ingredients except the oil. Mix well. Add hot water and mix again. Top with olive oil. Dried or fresh herbs, such as chives, coriander etc. can be added, as can other greens.
It is a quickly made, healthy soup, that in winter gives warmth and in summer refreshes. Suitable when travelling, trekking, mountaineering and so on.

Traditional Czech dish – Dill Sauce with Potatoes (vegan ) “Eggs”

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koprovka-2Ingredients
For sauce:
  • tsampa about 50 g
  • one bunch fresh dill
  • pinch of ground caraway
  • 200 ml of cream, (can be soya cream)
  • salt
Tofu „eggs“:
  • 200 g soft tofu
  • oil for frying
  • black salt ( can be purchased in Indian or organic food shops)
  • pinch of ground or whole cumin
  • tsp turmeric
Side dish
  • potatoes
  • whole caraway and pepper


Directions
Sauce: (For two portions.)
Reserve some of the dill
Bring 2 cups water of water to the boil and add caraway and dill. Cook 5 mins. Add cream and tsampa and mix well to remove lumps (you can use a blender). Heat through and add salt to taste.Place potatoes and caraway seeds in boiling water and cook until the potatoes are soft
Tofu eggs:
Mash tofu and add ground cumin and turmeric. Mix well. Chilli or pepper can also be added. Sauté in hot oil, or, for less grease, in stock. Remove from heat and add black salt. (Black salt should not be heated).
Sprinkle with the (lightly chopped) remaining dill.
Dill contains, among other things, a lot of vitamin C and iron. This combination is perfect for their absorption. Instead of potatoes you can use whole grain rice, buckwheat, and so on.
Side dish:
Place potatoes and caraway seeds in boiling water and cook until the potatoes are soft.

Cocoa tsampa balls

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coko-koule-smallIngredients
  • one cup tsampa
  • quarter to half cup chopped nuts (walnuts, hazelnuts etc.)
  • quarter cup cocoa powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 4 tbsp coconut oil
  • 2 to 4 tbsp brown sugar or any sweetener
  • rice milk (approx. half cup)
Directions
On side leave some half walnuts. Thoroughly mix all the dry ingredients. Slowly add the milk to make a firm, not sticky dough. Form the balls and place a walnut half on each.

Matcha balls with hemp seeds

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matcha-hempa balls
Ingredients
  • one cup tsampa
  • half cup hulled hemp seeds
  • pinch of salt and cardamom
  • 4 tbsp. coconut oil
  • 2 to 4 tbsp. date syrup or any sweetener
  • 2 to 3 tsp. matcha tea (powdered Japanese tea)
  • water or milk (dairy, rice, soya…)
Directions
Reserve a quarter of the hemp seeds. Thoroughly combine all the ingredients, except the water, by hand or mixer. Add the water, mix, and form small or larger balls. Roll each ball in the reserved hemp seed.
Matcha is green Japanese / Korean tea. This tea retains all the important substances typically found in green teas; vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and fibre.

Tsampa coconut balls

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coconut balls - detail
Ingredients
  • one cup of tsampa
  • half cup grated coconut
  • pinch of salt
  • 4 tbs coconut oil
  • half cup raisins
  • water or milk (dairy, rice, soya…)
Directions
Reserve one quarter of the grated coconut and mix the rest of the dry ingredients well, by hand or in a mixer. Add the water and form the dough into small – or larger balls. Roll each ball in the reserved grated coconut.

Substitute for Eggs

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Instead an egg you can use one of these:
  • half a mashed banana
  • 1 Tbs of Chia seeds mixed with 3 Tbs of water
  • 1 Tbs crushed/milled flax (linen) seeds mixed with 3 Tbs of water
  • quarter of blended/crushed soft tofu

 

 

Drinks

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Refreshing summer drink

Ingredients
  • glass of yogurt (can be soya), milk or buttermilk
  • 2 to 3 Tbs tsampa
  • fresh fruit juice or date syrup or any sweetener
Directions
Mix all the ingredients well, in a shaker or blender, to make a strong and refreshing drink.


Tsampa smoothie

Smoothies 0Ingredients 
  • 2 to 3 Tbs of tsampa
  • half or full glass of rice or any other milk
  • banana
  • handful of fresh or frozen strawberries
Direction
Mix all the ingredients well, in a shaker or blender. More milk can be added. This very refreshing and powerful snack is best drunk immediately after mixing.

Porridge with fresh cheese and olives

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Ingredients
  • 5 Tbs of tsampa
  • fresh cheese (or soya cheese) – preferably non salty
  • pinch of fresh or dried rosemary
  • about 2 tbs pitted, dried black olives
  • pinch of salt, pepper and dried red paprika
  • virgin olive oil
  • water or cup of black tea
  • pinch of pepper
  • fresh chives
Directions
Place the tsampa in a bowl. Cut the cheese into small squares and add it and the rosemary to the tsampa. Cover with hot water or tea and mix well. The cheese should melt nicely. Mix in the olive oil, olives, salt and pepper and sprinkle with fresh basil.

Tsampa balls with cashew nuts and dates

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tsampa balls dates and nutsIngredients

  • one cup of tsampa
  • pinch of salt
  • half cup or less coconut oil
  • one cup of dried dates
  • pinch of cinnamon powder
  • water or milk (dairy, rice, soya…)

Directions

Cut nuts and dates to small pieces or use machine. Put tsampa into a bowl, add nuts, dates, pinch of salt and cinnamon, dissolved coconut oil and mix well. Cover it with little of water or milk and start by hands making dough. If needed add more liquid or tsampa. Good dough does not stick to fingers. At the end make balls in desired size. You can sprinkle over balls nuts powder.

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