What I love about 80s films, aside from them being cheesey beyond belief and getting away with it - is the music. 80s films had the greatest, pour some sugar on me, anthems ever as their theme songs - let me tell ya - there was a lot of spatula-karaoke going on in this flat this weekend! I watched Mannequin, Lost boys, Back to the Future, Splash, Wildcats, Ghostbusters, Cocktail, The Breakfast Club, Mystic Pizza and St Elmo's Fire. I rock.
I started the weekend off with a bang on Fridy night - chicken style seitan that I breaded and fried until it was crispy good! Served with baked fries, barbecue sauce and posh mushy peas (which I almost always make with soy yoghurt instead of tofu). I'm gonna post my ingredients for the seitan as soon as I get the cooking method 100% right. I think I know how to fix it so next time - fingers crossed!
A dinner of tofu scramble and potato cakes, made extra awesome by adding some reggae reggae sauce to the scramble. I'm loving that stuff (I found the Love Apple one in the supermarket too - YAY!).
Before rolling - with pickles, tomato and chipolte mayo!
Oaty Bran Muffins
Whisk together the milk and vinegar and leave to curdle.
Mix together the dry ingredients and make sure the cranberries are well coated in dry ingredients (this stops them sinking to the bottom of the muffins).
Whisk all the other wet ingredients into the milk/vinegar mixture. Pour into the dry and mix until just combined.
Lightly grease a 12 hole muffin tin (or line with paper cases) and divide the mixture between the 12 cavities.
Bake for 25 minutes, or until a skewer just comes out clean. Leave to cool in the tin for 5-10 minutes, then turn out onto a wire rack until cool.
Inside shot of the muffins...
Cooking to: 80s goodness!
I ain't 'fraid of no ghost.