The concept behind this dish is simple – a selection of seasonal vegetables in a creamy sauce, topped with a savoury crumble. A life-saver for those cold or wet evenings when you wan’t something tasty and filling but don’t have much time to think what to do with that pile of vegetables! You can play […]
Category Archives: Vegetarian Classics
This is a good dish for entertaining as you can make the tagine and the fritter dough in advance and then just heat up your tagine and fry your fritters at the last minute. You don’t need a clay tagine dish for cooking this recipe, but it certainly presents nicely in one!
This is the perfect dish for fresh chestnut mushrooms. The smoky, creamy sauce is nicely balanced by the plain rice. This dish keeps well for a day or two in the fridge – ideal for a quick and tasty midweek meal.
A vegetarian version of this winter classic, the sweet potato topping gives a nice balance to the strongly flavoured lentils, however you can use a normal potato mash for a more traditional finish!
This recipe seems like it has a lot of ingredients but it’s worth putting the effort in for the lovely intense flavour of the spices that infuses the rice. You can experiment with the vegetables to find the combination that you like the best – or to accomodate whatever is in the fridge!
This is one of our staple recipes – perfect for a warming weekend treat or if you are entertaining and don’t want to spend to long on fussy dishes! Meat eaters tuck just as happily into this vegetarian version as they do a meat one. One of the handy things about lasagne is that you […]
This recipe is based on one that Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall created for his Channel 4 series on vegetables. It’a all cooked in one pot, cutting down on the washing up, and is great lunch or supper for hungry folk on a cold day if served with chunky bread.
Despite having quite a few ingredients, this dish can be whizzed up in 20 minutes if you are a quick vegetable chopper. It’s a healthy but filling dinner ideal for these warm evenings we’re having. The leftovers serve up well for a picnic or packed lunch too!
Aubergine parmigiana is one of my all time favourite recipes. It can be a little time consuming to make as the aubergines must be pre-cooked, but it is absolutely worth it to get that melt-in-the-mouth consistency. It’s ideal for a meal with friends as you can make it up to a day before and just […]
If I ever wake up with hangover, by lunch time there is only one thing on my mind. Carbonara. There is something about the comforting mix of pasta, cream, eggs and cheese that makes it heaven sent. Thankfully if the ingredients aren’t already in the cupboard/fridge, any old corner store will have them – so […]