A tasty spread that is high in protein… The edamame (young soybeans) in this spread offer a complete protein, as well as calcium, vitamin C and iron.
Roasted fennel bulb with roasted almonds, fennel fronds, olive oil and garlic make a more-ish pesto that teams up very nicely with anything. What’s anything? We mixed it through roasted potatoes, yum. You can also spread it on wholegrain bread, use it as a dip with carrot sticks and celery sticks, or mix it through salads. Or just eat…
Here is our take on Gordon Ramsay’s Moroccan Roasted Squash Hummus, a delicious winter hummus. Using local organic butternut pumpkin and home-cooked organic chickpeas it is simply delicious, and very economical. Pair with a hearty soup, or use it in a pita or wrap.
This tasty pesto adds a real lift to winter pizzas or crostini – hearty and bold flavours from walnuts and sun-dried tomatoes. Very simple to make – just process everything into a paste! We use the dehydrated tomatoes, but if you have ready-to use sun-dried tomatoes in oil that’s fine too. Enjoy 🙂
The Parmesan-like sprinkles in the Nutballs photo is a delicious walnut Parmesan replacement made from just 4 ingredients – walnuts, nutritional yeast, salt, olive oil. I can eat it by the handful it is so satisfying and tasty. Great on pasta or salad or anywhere you would use Parmesan.
A delicious use of the cashew topping recipe, great served on a jacket potato.
This cashew sauce is like a cheese replacement, amazingly versatile and so yummy. It’s what we use to top our vegan pizzas, it’s the base of our much loved creamy mushroom sauce, and it can be added to soups to thicken and enrich, like our vegetable soup which is really creamy thanks to the addition…
Yum, look closely at the tofu in the picture, now imagine a balance of saltiness, sweetness, a touch of sour and the pungent fragrance of coriander, with a slightly crisp outer and soft inner on the fried tofu cubes. Totally yum, if you know anyone who says “tofu is tasteless” then try them on this recipe!…
Such a great go-to food. Satisfying, economical and so healthful. If you cook your own chickpeas from scratch it becomes super economical, just store the extra cooked chickpeas in the freezer for next time! Great served on good bread with a hearty soup for a warming meal.
Organic beetroot, walnuts and olive oil. Brightens up any piece of toast!