A great simple soup for autumn, especially if you have locally grown, freshly harvested tomatoes – the taste is amazing. The more the tomatoes are vine-ripened, the better the flavour. Great served with a swirl of thinned-down cashew topping and fresh basil leaves.
Delicious, slightly curried roast capsicum & tomato soup. Hearty flavours and great colour. Made by kids for kids @ Youth Space, Palmerston North
Wow – this soup tastes as interesting as it looks – but it’s so yummy. The balance of acidity and natural sweetness combined with the rich, hearty flavours and body of the chickpeas make it a favourite.
Beans are a great option, especially in winter. Economical and nutritious. The children at our early childhood centre love these beans, as do the adults 😉 We serve them with baked polenta wedges or over brown rice.
This hearty bolognese sauce gets extra body from the addition of a baked cauliflower/walnut/tomato paste mixture.
I was Googling recipes using chickpeas and ginger, as that’s what I had on hand, and I discovered this creamy, tasty and satisfying soup which is also super easy and quick to make with ingredients that are usually lurking in the pantry! I changed it around a little, and for something really special I recommend drizzling…
Zucchinni and scaloppini! What a great season they’ve had this summer. I think we came up with a new way of serving them every third day over the last couple of months to keep them exciting. Here’s one of our old favourites that makes a hearty and warming meal. This recipe is very easy to…