[lauren] alright, should we start then?
[lauren] hey what’s up, it’s lauren.
[john] and john.
[lauren] from hot for food and today,
[lauren] we decided we’re gonna set you up
[lauren] for going back to school with some sandwich ideas,
[lauren] what are you doing?
[john] going back to school.
[lauren] are they your glasses?
[lauren] okay, so yea, you know you’re gonna have your glasses,
[lauren] cos you’re smart
[lauren] and you’re gonna have your backpack,
[lauren] and then in the backpack
[lauren] you’re gonna wanna pack a lunch.
[lauren] we’re gonna show you how to make an edamame mash sandwich,
[lauren] a chickpea tuna sandwich,
[lauren] and a curry chik’un salad sandwich.
[john] let’s do it.
[lauren] let’s do it.
[john] can we take this off then?
[lauren] we have a lot of work to do, actually.
[lauren] we’ve never done three things in one video.
[lauren] i can’t wear these, i have perfect eyesight
[lauren] and they make me look, like it’s all blurry.
[john] first things first, edamame mash.
[john] high in protein,
[john] beautiful looking sandwich, nice and green and colourful
[lauren] so into the food processor you’re gonna put
[lauren] one and a half cups of cooked, shelled edamame
[lauren] one tablespoon of lime juice,
[lauren] one tablespoon of vegan mayonnaise,
[lauren] two garlic cloves,
[lauren] two tablespoons of fresh cilantro,
[lauren] and one tablespoon each of fresh dill and fresh mint
[lauren] and a quarter teaspoon of ground mustard,
[lauren] ground pepper and sea salt.
[lauren] so combine all of that in the food processor
[lauren] till it comes together really well
[lauren] and everything’s well mashed together
[lauren] you probably need to stop it a couple of times
[lauren] and just push the mash down the sides
[lauren] to get it well combined
[lauren] it’s kind of like the consistency of egg salad sandwiches,
[lauren] like this.
[john] kay, edamame mash done.
[john] that was super quick. the cool thing about this is
[john] you can make all three of these,
[john] you leave em in the fridge,
[john] and throughout the week, you kinda just
[john] put your sandwiches together and you’re like
[john] “monday i feel like edamame mash”
[john] “tuesday, what are we gonna have?”
[lauren] chickpea tuna!
[john] chickpea tuna.
[john] i hated tuna salad as a kid.
[john] i like,
[lauren] it stinks
[john] could not stand it but
[john] this is gonna be better
[lauren] well actually you know you’re in the lunch room
[lauren] and you bring out your tuna sandwich
[lauren] and everyone’s like “ew!”
[john] everyone was like
[lauren] kay, well now you can bring out chickpea tuna
[lauren] and ain’t nobody know what’s happening.
[lauren] so for the chickpea tuna
[lauren] you’re gonna drain and rinse a can of chickpeas,
[lauren] the small can, like a 15 ounce can.
[lauren] and then take your potato masher,
[lauren] if you have one, and just mash them up.
[lauren] you could also go through the food processor,
[lauren] um, to just get them broken up.
[lauren] i like it a little chunky, so that it’s still like real tuna.
[lauren] you’re gonna use a third of a cup of vegan mayonnaise,
[lauren] a tablespoon of lemon juice,
[lauren] a quarter cup of finely chopped red onion,
[lauren] a third of a cup of finely chopped pickles,
[lauren] third of a cup of finely chopped celery,
[lauren] quarter teaspoon of sea salt,
[lauren] and a quarter teaspoon of ground pepper.
[lauren] half a teaspoon of old bay seasoning,
[lauren] and now you’re gonna stir to combine all this.
[lauren] chickpea tuna.
[john] tuna’s gross.
[lauren] i used get made fun of for bringing whole grain bread to school
[lauren] instead of white bread.
[lauren] it’s insane.
[lauren] so the next sandwich filling we’re gonna make
[lauren] for your week back to school
[lauren] is a curry chik’un salad.
[lauren] this is actually inspired by the vegan curry chik’un
[lauren] you can get at whole foods at the deli counter,
[lauren] if you’ve ever gone, it’s so good
[john] it’s so good.
[lauren] so we’re gonna try to recreate it for you.
[lauren] for the curry chik’un salad, you’re gonna heat up
[lauren] two and a half cups of chopped vegan chik’un,
[lauren] with two teaspoons of oil
[lauren] and add salt and pepper to taste.
[lauren] browning it just brings out extra flavour
[lauren] than if you just took it right out of the package
[lauren] make sure you allow the chik’un to cool
[lauren] before you add the mayonnaise.
[lauren] add half a cup of vegan mayo,
[lauren] half a cup of finely chopped celery,
[lauren] a quarter cup of raisins,
[lauren] half a teaspoon of onion powder,
[lauren] one teaspoon of curry powder,
[lauren] and a quarter teaspoon of paprika.
[lauren] then give it a stir and combine it really well.
[john] there we have it.
[john] the curry chik’un
[lauren] it tastes exactly like the one in whole foods,
[lauren] i will say
[john] you could even, if you didn’t want to do bread,
[john] you could do it on a salad or something
[lauren] yes, you could do a bed of greens, i think that’s a good idea.
[john] we’re not gonna do that
[lauren] no, we’re all about the carbs.
[lauren] so toast the bread to kind of keep your sandwich from getting soggy,
[lauren] if you’re making it in the morning,
[lauren] and you’re gonna eat it, not till lunchtime,
[lauren] so we’re toasting our bread,
[lauren] we’re gonna put these sandwiches together
[lauren] with various toppings to give you some ideas
[lauren] but you could literally put anything you want on them.
[john] you’re in control of your own
[john] sandwich destiny.
[lauren] so there you have three really easy sandwich fillings
[lauren] you can make for back to school this week,
[lauren] or if you’re an adult,
[lauren] you can do it for back to work.
[lauren] or if you’re a college student,
[lauren] bring your lunch to class.
[john] everyone’s gotta eat lunch.
[lauren] that’s it from hot for food, we’ll see you next week
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[john] study hard.
[lauren] stay in school.
[john] stay in school.
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