Brunch 😋 yesterday i made a huge batch of salsa so this morning i had a vision!! hehe. quickly shredded up some potatoes to make hash browns!! and added grilled bell pepper, onion and garlic over top with some @simplyvgenuss cheese!😋 that's made from almonds! and for the salsa, it was super super easy!😨 i just boiled 4-5 tomatoes in a p*t of water along with 2 small onions, 1 clove of garlic, 1 small paprika and 5 red and green chili peppers 🌶 once everything was soft, i strained it and used a hand blender to mix it all. added salt to taste and the juice of a lime 😻 some people have said it's even better roasting everything instead of boiling! but for now, mine still turned out super tasty and with the kick i was wanting 😏 enjoy!😘 #nocantsjustplants
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🌱roasted almond butter🌱
3 cups almonds
1. warm up the almonds in an oven at 250 degrees f for 10 to 15 minutes.
2. place the almonds in a large food processor fitted with an "s" blade, & process them until creamy. you may want to stop & scrape down the sides every now & then, but this process will take up to 25 minutes, or less.
3. once totally smooth & creamy, transfer the almond butter to a glass jar, & store it in the fridge. almond butter with no additives usually lasts at least a month, if not longer. *note: do not be tempted to add anything, other than possibly a drop of oil, to the almonds before they turn into a smooth butter. adding sweeteners or water can ruin the texture of your almond butter & will affect the shelf life as well.