If you havn’t tried my easy Tabbouleh then why not!?! This is a pimped up version, you can either make it this way from scratch, or use this as inspiration to jazz up any plain leftovers you have. I tend to sever the plain version as a side, and this version if it’s a stand … Continue reading Pimped up Tabbouleh
This is such a versatile dish, made really simply with bulgur wheat and herbs it requires no cooking at all, just boiling water from the kettle. It’s really important to get lots and lots of herbs, there should be equal quantities, at least, of wheat and herbs, it’s brilliant served with barbecued meat or fish, … Continue reading Tabbouleh
I know purists will hate me for adding beans to this salad, but I love their crunch texture and I generally have a bag in my freezer and I add them to lots of dishes. I think they are a really easy way of upping your daily intake of veggies, but feel free to leave … Continue reading Greek Salad with Edamame Beans
Basic recipe for cheese sauce, you could omit the cheese for a basic white sauce, but why would you?
I hate waste so when I bought a juicer and realised how much was in the pulp bin I had to find a way of using it up. I've called them patties, as I originally wanted to make a ball (reminiscent of a meat ball) but you need a flat surface in order to get … Continue reading Veg Pulp Patties
Delicious over pasta, this creamy chicken and broccoli dish is even better with sweet potato wedges
This is a light curry which is great for vegans, vegetarians or meat eaters alike! You can use any root vegetables you have, and it would be great with some spinach stirred through at the end (but I didn't have any) Ingredients - serves 4 hearty portions 1tbs vegetable oil 1 large onion 1tsp … Continue reading Light Vegetable Curry
When you fancy a salad for lunch, but still want the option to heat it up. Layer in a jar to keep it easy to transport.
If you are anything like me you buy chestnuts every year, and then come January realise you still have half a bag (or all of them sometimes) and have no idea what to do with them. This recipe is perfect for using them up, I always have some dried porcini mushrooms lurking in my cupboard, … Continue reading Porcini and Chestnut Soup
A great recipe for winter, my Mung Bean Dhal is packed with immune boosting ingredients. This is naturally vegetarian and can easily be adapted to be a vegan dish.