Sunday, 26 August 2007

Plum madness


It's plum season... I have very fond memories of my childhood connected to plums. My grandma used to have a giant tree and we kids climbed it to pick some fruit. And find out which had worms. Ew. However, last week I bought some Sojadé Plum Yoghurt (Sojadé is a Frenech company... I can't really recommend the other flavours, but plum is ace!). Then a coworker brought a huge basket with plums from her garden. And since Sunday is baking day for me, I decided to give the traditional plum tart another try. I've tried various vegan recipes but they were all dry and crumbly. So I whipped up my own. The self-raising flour I bought at Cologne's English Shop yesterday helped a lot. It came out soft, not too sweet and lovely. Who said I suck at baking?
here's it:
200g self-raising flour
50 g sugar

1 tbs soy flour
1 package vanilla sugar
3 tbs soy yoghurt (I used Sojade plum)

5 tbs oil (I use sunflower oil, my fave for everything)

about 100 ml water


400g plums, pitted and sliced


Mix all ingredients except the plums. It will make a gooey and sticky dough. Spread into your preferred baking form ( I <3 my heart-shaped sillicone baking form, but you could also spread it on a greased baking tray).
Cover with the plums, press them into the dough, but be gentle. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. Bake for 20 mins. Yum!

(Still, a wee bit of the heart broke when I flipped it over...)

2 comments:

Kumudha said...

This looks delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

Anardana said...

E-mail me your e-mail address and I can give you the ravioli recipe :)
lazyjellyfish@gmail.com