Feed a veggie army this will, with so much ease. A midweek dinner winner! Continue reading “Indian-Spiced Paneer & Potato Tray Bake”
Simple, delicious, healthy, veegs. Nice. Continue reading “Rocket, Black Rice, Almonds & Dried Cherries w/ Lemon Garlic Dressing”
Everybody loves this! Every time.
An out and out winner of a mid-week recipe, so damn fast to make from essentially store cupboard stuff. Also fit for gatherings of the ones you love. Continue reading “Feta baked with Tomato & Oregano”
Utterly delicious goodness going on with this tomato and white bean stew. Continue reading “Tomato & Cannellini Bean Stew”
The only way to eat tomatoes from now on. This combination is to die for. Continue reading “Confit Tomatoes with Thick Yoghurt”
In Turkey and presumably elsewhere round those lovely Mediterranean ends, spinach is produced and sold with the roots still attached. Continue reading “Spinach Stem Salad / Ispanak Kökü Salatası”
The international day of celebrating all things hummus is here! And we’re joining the party with the simple pleasure of homemade hummus topped with pistachios and pomegranate and the freshest of purple sprouting broccoli.
Veegs, veegs, veegs. Continue reading “Hummus with Purple Sprouting Broccoli”
A Thai salad on any other day here in the west, only, this one’s made with cauliflower. The salad that’s loved the world over goes fully veegs.
Quick be the salad, and fabulously tasty be thine name. Continue reading “Cauli Larb Salad”
5 DAY FERMENTATION ALERT
Ahh Sriracha, let me count the ways I love thee.
We’ll fess up, it took 3 attempts. We’ve made mistakes, learnt lessons and are passing those savings on to you. All that ‘info’ is at the end of the recipe and worth a read before you start fermentin’.
This is the real deal folks, strap in!
Continue reading “Sriracha”
Another incidentally veegs delight from Smith & Daughters in Melbourne.
While easy, we did find this recipe pretty darned involved to be honest, lots of stages. Was it worth it? Emphatically YES!
Plus, you make way more salsa verde than is needed for this dish and it makes a great marinade yada, yada. T’is a long old list of ingredients too but it’s good to go all out for a stellar dish that will impress yourself every now and again, in’t it.
It’s also great to be able to turn to the old faithfuls cabbage, cauli and broccoli when there’s not much in season, and create something so unexpected, gorgeous and substantial. Continue reading “Chargrilled Broccoli & Cauliflower with Ancho Salsa Verde”