I was born in the beautiful island of Barbados. I started eating vegan in 2006 but as an island girl we like food big in flavour so being vegan was a bit tricky at first.As time went by I was able to enjoy some Barbadian meals after veganizing them.
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I did not have a clue of what to pair my quinoa with . I mean it is complete in itself so it was ok but I need extra protein. I decided to crack open a can of black beans which I was trying to avoid and make something strong that could pair with the light cold salad. I may pair gluten slices with it next time. I really enjoyed quinoa for the first time in a long time and black beans which I tend not to like too much. I am a big red bean fan.
My French is really improving. I am even writing letters and emails in French. If I see an increase in French visitors to this blog I would post the French and English versions to the recipes.That is a big IF.
1 can of black beans drained
some salt to taste
pinch of cayenne pepper
some bajan seasoning optional
chopped shallots (in France they call it eschalots I hope I am referring to the same thing)
little tomato paste
The breading you mix some wheat or gluten free flour and some sesame seeds ,breadcrumb and some more yeast flakes
I use a little bit of olive oil to grill these and I served with salsa
I do not think it would be a good idea to pair this with quinoa but we wanted it so who is stopping us.
I would pop these in some pita with salad and avocado instead
They are full in flavour trust me and if you are like me add some extra pepper lol