Feed a veggie army this will, with so much ease. A midweek dinner winner! Continue reading “Indian-Spiced Paneer & Potato Tray Bake”
Using up some leftover puff pastry with this one – into which you can read we winged it – and the following is more a rough outline than a recipe.
No need for oodles of fresh herbs to make these pies taste great, cracking comfort food for these winter dayz. yup. Continue reading “Veggie Pot Pies”
With an emphasis on the ‘flexi’ element of flexitarianism and with absolutely nothing climate kind about it, here’s how we use up the last little bits of crimble leftovers.
We call this Hash 29. And it’s reet excellent. Continue reading “Hash 29”
Veggie Power part 4.
Creamy parsnip purée, worthy of a place on the crimbo table. Seriously. Continue reading “Creamy Parsnip Purée”
So it’s taken us a while to get round to sharing but we made veggie pasties to use up all the veg from making vegetable stock the other week.
Pasties are one of the best ways to use up leftovers, a principle that applies to veggies as much as it does your leftover roast beef.
Yummier than the sum of its parts, definitely. Continue reading “Veggie Pasties, yey!”
So, d’ya remember we had some parsnips leftover from the Veggie Power series last week? Can’t think why you would but humour us.
We made soup, which is about our favourite thing to do in culinary terms, just rustling up a soup from end bits and balls-ups.*
Making soup generates such a virtuously warm feeling it boarders on the smug. Add to that that due to the potato this soup becomes thick and creamy all by it’s self, and you have yourself a four ingredient vegan alert.
So with a smugness value of high, off we go. Continue reading “Parsnip, Potato and Dill Soup”
Nice to end on a recipe for our name sake vegetable. Hope you’ve enjoyed the Veggie Power series this week.
So we saw this recipe in Rick Stein’s fantastic From Venice to Istanbul. It’s from Albania.
And if this is what the good people of Albania can do with the humble potato, then we need to know what else they know about food, immediately. Continue reading “Bandit’s Joy”