This meal makes a great packed lunch, or looks lovely piled high in a big bowl for a barbecue or party. The flavours of the toasted cumin seeds and fresh herbs give it a nice zing. You can substitute the carrots, squash and aubergine for other veggies that roast well – for example peppers or courgettes.
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The idea for this recipe and the dressing comes from Denis Cotter’s ‘For The Love of Food’ book. His main ingredients for salad are borlotti beans, pumpkin and brussle sprout tops, so you could try these for a winter salad. The maple-sesame dressing is a real winner – sweet, nutty, spicy and filling. As it […]
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.
By August the new batch of squashes that will see us through the autumn are appearing in the markets (and perhaps in your garden if you have space to grow them). This recipe is very easy, and the dish is a visually pleasing thing to serve up to friends, perhaps with some green beans, mushrooms […]