Hello everyone! This blog has been a bit inactive lately as I spent a month travelling through Europe and during that time I was running a travel blog, then I had work and since Christmas I would love to say I’ve been busy running around spreading cheer but in reality I’ve been lying in bed watching… Continue reading Lazy vegetarian Christmas: Roast Potatoes, Puff Pastry Shepherds Pie and how to make the most out of your sprouts.
This is a surprisingly easy and super tasty recipe that can be served in loads of different ways. You can use it as a filling for your lunch time wrap, make yourself some delicious samosas, serve it with rice or nan bread, or even just eat it on its own. However you choose to eat… Continue reading Lazy Vegetarian Meal Ideas #34 Super tasty Indian style filling
Shepherd’s pie is a fantastically hearty and tasty dish, and it is very easy to make vegetarian. Even though it is 100% vegetarian (and almost vegan), it does have a slightly meaty feel about it because of the mushrooms. This particular shepherds pie recipe is something I’ll be making a lot more in the future.… Continue reading Lazy Vegetarian meal ideas #33: Vegetarian shepherd’s pie
I had planned on making a ratatouille, but I was starving so I gave up on the pattern and ended up making a bake instead. You may be wondering why there are no carrots in this recipe; it seems like the kind of thing carrots would end up in. The truth is I hate cooked… Continue reading Lazy Vegetarian Meal ideas #31 Healthy vegetable bake (optionally vegan)
These fritters are dead easy. Seriously. If you can mash potatoes you can make these. A food processor is a very handy tool for grating the carrot and onion – speeds things up. Cook it, mash it, mix it, form it, bake/ fry it; done! The only thing you have to be careful of is […]… Continue reading Potato Fritters — live2give
You will never think potatoes are boring again after eating this dish! These potatoes are very easy to prepare. They’re spicy, but not too spicy, and the flavours and textures work so well together. The spices used takes the humble boiled potato and elevates it to a whole new level, and the stir through ingredients […]… Continue reading Gujarati Potatoes — The Gluten & Dairy Free Bakehouse
I love buying fresh herbs but always seem to forget about them and find them in the fridge a week later looking a bit sad. This is what happened the other day when, through the corner of my eye, a bunch of wilting basil peered over at me, crying out to be used. Pesto was […]… Continue reading Broccoli pesto — The Cashew Tree