Here is some more of my food photography. Enjoy :). I have to admit that I did not cook this. This is a buffet plate from the best South Indian vegetarian restaurant ever. It’s called Diwana and if you’re ever around Euston you should go there and get ridiculously full. I did cook this! Its my version… Continue reading What Vegetarians Eat
I’ve been very busy for the last few months and I’m afraid I’ve been neglecting this blog. I’ll be back with some cheap, tasty and (mostly) healthy ad-hoc recipes soon, but for now here are some photos of meals I’ve cooked recently. Most meals are vegan and all are lacto-vegetarian.
I got the idea for this meal from the ‘Simply Vegetarian’ recipe book which I got for Christmas, but I added quite a lot of extras. If you come across this book I totally recommend it. I’ve been sick for the last week and I haven’t been able to go food shopping or cook much… Continue reading Lazy Vegetarian Meal Ideas #36: Mixed Vegetable Pasta Dish
I’ll get to publishing some more full recipes soon, but for now feast your eyes on these beauts. 1. Vegan tricolour pasta dish complete with garlic broccoli which I made the other day. 2. Vegan stifry with seeds, broccoli and green beans.
Since my parents have given up sugar I might try to make something like this for Christmas. Raw vegan cheesecake was one of the first raw food desserts I made when I stopped eating refined sugar. In the past, cheesecake was not one of the desserts I will eat every day. Now, I enjoy more… Continue reading Raw cheese cake — Cooking without Limits
Ever since I went to Germany and had my first ever vegan kebab, I’ve been looking everywhere for seitan. Seitan is a vegan meat substitute that is made out of gluten, and its meat-like texture makes it a perfect substitute for the meat normally found in kebabs. It’s unfortunately not that popular in the U.K,… Continue reading Lazy Vegetarian Meal Ideas #25 Seitan doner kebab
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