This recipe for baked sweet potato with white beans and parsley seaweed pesto butter is about breathing new life into seaweed – to prove it can do a lot more than embrace rice in sushi. After trying this recipe, you’ll agree with me that it can.
I love this biryani because it’s a one pot ‘set and forget’ wonder! All you need to do is start cooking it on the stove and then transfer it to the oven where it will do it’s thing. Meals this easy feels like cheating.
This dish is one of my all-time favourites. I’ve been making a version of it for almost 10 years. Using an airfryer to cook the vegan chickpea meatballs does make preparing this dish easier and cleaner, but you can also pan fry them.
Lately, I’ve been thinking about how I could recreate fried rice to live up to the fading memory of mum’s recipe. This easy fried rice is the result, with oyster mushrooms taking the place that bacon once did.
Cauliflower so soft it melts like butter in your mouth around falafel stuffing. And a crisp outer layer that’s like the shell of a giant falafel. This, dear reader, is a dish I dream about.
These homemade baked beans are great on gluten-free toast but they’re also great without, with some avocado and hasselback potatoes if you’re looking for a less processed option.
These bliss balls are contributing to my newfound happiness. They were an 11th hour effort before a few friends came over for a BBQ, and they were perfect from the get-go.
I’ve been working on some new recipes that I can’t wait to share with you. But more on that later, here’s a couple of things that have been entertaining my mind recently.
Not only are these miso green beans incredibly tasty, they’re also incredibly easy. I’m talking 10-minute meal territory. I serve this up for lunch, but it’s also perfect as a side alongside your protein of choice.
It’s time for me to share my recipe for vegan chocolate fudge with you. This one happened when I had run out of cacao butter to make vegan chocolate and had to improvise. It quickly turned into a favourite.