On the menu today is a quick as you like, Red Cabbage Stir-Fry. We’re sticking with the seasons today too – red cabbage, leeks and carrots make up the bulk of this noodle-free stir fry. Want to pop a fresh, flavourful stirfry on the table within 15 minutes? You’re in the right place!
What to live your spaghetti and meatballs fantasy is 20 minutes flat? These lentil meatballs are for you!
Smokey, intensely savoury, Seitan Steaks are on the menu today. These vegan steaks are packed with big onion, mushroom and garlic flavours with extra smokiness, wrapped and roasted as a slab of vegan meat, before being carved and finished off in a griddle pan, or on the grill.
A vegan take on the chilli con carne, using cauliflower in place of ground beef mince. It’s smokey. It’s tasty. It’s massive.
Is there anything on this earth that tastes as good as pesto, with the minimal amount of effort required to make pesto?!? I don’t think there is, and this Super Green Pesto proves it.
Quick, easy and vegan – this super seasonal, creamy cabbage pasta is a quick win for a midweek meal. Just don’t forget to soak the cashews.
VEGANUARY IS GO! To help you through January, I’ve compiled the ultimate list of 31 Easy Vegan Recipes that will be on your table in under 30 minutes.
I’m back on my Seitan HYPE! Today I present this straightforward, umami-rich, vegan roast dinner centre piece.
Nibbles! Nibbles for EVERYONE. We’ve reached that time of the year where meals are no longer a thing, we just graze and yell “f*ck it, it’s Christmas”. These sausage rolls are made with that spirit in mind!
Gochujang AND cranberry sprouts???? These divisive little green cabbage dudes are smokey, and sweet, charred and spicy.
It’s nearly CHRISTMAS!! This cranberry sauce is sticky and sweet – with a tiny hint of bitterness. It’s the perfect partner in crime for your big festive bird.
These roast onion squash wedges are not only super simple, but they taste absolutely amazing. We’ll be peppering them with Za’atar, a Middle Eastern spice blend.
What can I say about this Christmas Red Cabbage other than it’s literally the taste of the festive season in an ovenproof dish. Braised Red Cabbage is a hassle-free addition to your Christmas menu too – slice, dice and pop it in the oven. Dreamy.
I know you’re not meant to blow your own trumpet, and remain humble, but HOLY MOLY this Satay Sweet Potato Curry ticks some damn boxes. It’s sweet and savoury, it’s spicy AND not, it’s ready in just 30 minutes AND it’s vegan. Come on, let me have this one.
A truly seasonal recipe using the acorn squash, a cute little winter variety, stuffed with an easy vegan chilli. You can adapt for Butternut Squash though if that’s what you have available.
A super simple soup, well-executed, is a thing to behold, and this swede soup is no different. This soup has a whack of heat to it that’ll warm even the coldest of days.
These simple pan roast swede steaks show just how versatile this awesome root vegetable is! Served up with a super simple butter bean puree and a vegan version of my “Everything Steak Sauce”
You thought the Swede was unglamorous huh? Well, think again cause this root vegetable is ready for it’s starring role, and here are 7 recipes to prove it.
This pie reminds me of a PROPER pub pie, and I’m about that life! Serve with loads of mash, honey roasted carrots and an additional post of gravy and we’re good to go.
These quick & easy Honey Roast Carrots add a little more spark to the Sunday lunch plate, so much so you’ll never boil a carrot again!
Prepare ahead, slow cooker, comfort food season has arrived and this Slow Cooker Chicken Casserole should be an autumn/ winter staple in your household during this season.
Cauliflower Cheese is GOOD, but this Cauliflower & Broccoli Cheese is NEXT LEVEL. Crispy, cheesy and creamy – plus in addition to being a bit bad for you, it’s also a bit good for you too.
This Butternut Squash + Sweet Potato Soup with warming cumin, a swoosh of double cream and a generous sprinkling of toasted almonds is the perfect warmer as those autumn nights begin to draw in.
You know sometimes salads are a bit uninspired, a bit dull and lack a bit of oomph? Yeah, well this Smoked Mackerel Salad is the opposite of that – bit flavours, vibrant colours and super good for you with all that oily fish, beetroot and cannellini beans.