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palak

Tofu Saag

This is a cross between a saag and palak paneer. Here we marinate the tofu to give it a slightly lighter texture and sour note. It’s very easy to throw together so long as you remember to thaw the frozen spinach! To squeeze the tofu you can put something heavy on it, use a tofu […]

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Vegan Scalloped Potatoes

Vegan scalloped potatoes will warm away the winter blues. It’s a creamy dish with a nod to rich, savoury, cheesy flavours. This is the ultimate comfort food. Make sure you have good quality potatoes, preferably organic. Ingredients 6 large potatoes (10 medium)1 leek, sliced (can sub with onions)3-4 cloves garlic, chopped1 cup cashews (soak in […]

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lentils

Balsamic Lentils

This recipe is the fancy version of what I take to work for lunch. Lentils plain and simple cooked in a nice stock with salt & pepper; utterly delicious. Serve with cauliflower puree and steamed broccoli or asparagus. Nice also with crusty bread, salad and a glass of red! Ingredients 1.5 cups dry French green […]

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pumpkin bean pilav

Roasted Pumpkin Bean Pilav with Rosemary

If you’ve time to throw a tray of roasted veges in the oven then this dish comes together pretty quickly. Here we combine, buttery beans, sweet pumpkin, nutty bulghur wheat and fragrant rosemary & garlic. It’s a good filling combo that works beautifully for a weekend lunch served with fresh salad or wilted greens. You […]

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red cabbage

Roasted Red Cabbage

If there was ever a silver lining to lockdown it was this! It’s the BEST thing you’ll ever do with red cabbage! What’s important here is time & wine. You’re aiming for succulence and a pleasing chewy outer layer. It pairs beautifully with mash and roasted baby onions & carrots. Or you can roast potato […]

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