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.
Love them or hate them, Brussels sprouts are an integral part of Christmas. So why not give your Christmas dish a spicy twist? These stir-fried Brussels sprouts with leeks, ginger, garlic and chilli will liven up the event. They’re quick to cook and unlike boiling, stir-frying makes the sulphury compounds of the sprouts less obvious.
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.
A delicious and comforting spicy lentil curry. It’s perfect for the cold, dark and wet winter months. Packed full of nutrients, this kill a cold lentil curry can help ward off or alleviate the symptoms of colds and flu.
Eliopsomi is a Greek Cypriot olive garlic bread. This olive garlic spelt bread version is beautifully textured with a full on olive and garlic flavour and added depth from the halloumi. It’s great for mopping up sauce from the plate and it’s delicious toasted.
A quick and easy recipe for making aioli, sometimes called garlic mayonnaise. It’s flavoured with lemon and dill and can become almost addictive. Use this quick blender method to make a dip or sauce for raw or cooked vegetables. It goes particularly well with boiled new potatoes and, of course, chips.
Caramelised onions, leeks and wet garlic give a lovely sweet taste to this delicious three allium courgette tart. The chilli paste gives a gently smokey flavour, the chocolate adds depth and the cheese adds a salty creaminess.