A light and healthy stirfry using summer vegetables. If you can find some good regular oyster or king oyster mushrooms, they give a nice meaty texture alongside the tender courgettes and carrots. You could also use green or runner beans in this recipe.
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The hazelnuts in this salad make it filling enough for a main meal if you serve with some bread, such as rye or pitta.
This may not sound like an obvious combination but when the brussles are finely sliced and fried they get the seal of approval from even the most avowed brussel-sprout disliker (my tip – don’t tell them what they’re eating and they’ll never guess!). You can also cook the night before and serve at room temperature. […]
This is a nice quick side dish or light lunch. The tomatillos in this recipe give a tasty lemony tang.
This is a healthy and light summer supper, with the mild taste of the stew offset nicely by the cheesy toasts. You could also serve with rice.
I was very happy to see a new mushroom vendor at the Alexandra Palace farmers’ market, and even more so to see that he had punnets of king oyster mushrooms at a very reasonable £3 (they are three times that price in some shops!). The open lasagne format works very well when you want to only […]
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.
These semolina-flour ravioli are bursting with a delicate mushroom and lemon flavour, and the good news is you don’t need a pasta machine to make them. You DO need a bit of arm strength and patience though if you are to get silky pasta, but it’s worth the effort. Put on some music while you’re […]