This recipe for spicy peanut butter noodles with steamed vegetables and smoked tofu is quite a feast and one the whole family will enjoy. Just be careful about the amount of chilli added for those who are sensitive to it. It’s a very quick meal to put together, although a bit of juggling is needed to get everything ready at the same time.
An easy to make anytime pasta with a vegetable packed tomato sauce, using whatever vegetables you have to hand. Jazzed up here with some miso marinated tofu to make a completely vegan meal. You could of course use grated cheese instead.
Simple to prepare evening meals are my mainstay, even more so whilst I’m cooking for one. It’s good to have some variation though and this simple laksa noodle soup with tofu, red peppers and green cabbage is a filling and delicious addition to any repertoire. It has the added advantage of being vegan, so it makes a perfect dairy free meal.
A simple but delicious pasta salad that everyone can eat and everyone will love. Full of juicy tomatoes and fresh herbs, it’s both vegan and gluten-free.
Let’s Go Romanesco! Pimp up your pasta and have a fabulous weeknight meal that takes no time at all, but feels a little bit special. This seasonal easy romanesco pasta dish is a taste sensation. It’s quick and simple to make and is eminently suitable for vegans.
We were walking along the North Cornish coast path last weekend when CT spotted a massive patch of rock samphire. We didn’t want to be greedy, but it seemed too good an opportunity to miss, so we picked enough to make a meal out of. This dish of samphire noodles with marinated tofu was the result.
Whether made with pine nuts or almonds, Parmesan or cheddar, this wild garlic pesto is not only delicious, but a great way to use your foraged wild garlic. Out of season, you can use basil, parsley, spinach or other soft greens instead.
Fat hen and chickweed pesto makes the most of your garden weeds. It’s really tasty and you can use it on pasta, spread on bread or crackers or diluted with a little olive oil as a salad dressing.
A super speedy no-cook quick tomato sauce for hot pasta made in a blender. Added carrots and seaweed give extra flavour as well as nutrients and there’s chilli for a bit of heat.
Fast food the Italian way. There’s nothing wrong with a bag of dried pasta and a jar of tomato sauce for a quick and easy pasta dish for supper. But it’s probably a good thing to get a bit of fresh veg in too. Oh! And wham up the umami notes with a little dark chocolate.