Apple crumble is my all-time favourite pud. It is so easy to make and never disappoints as a favourite Winter pudding. It reminds me of Sunday dinners as a child. It is comforting, a little bit tangy and at the same time Continue reading “Fruity Winter Puds Let’s get ready to crumble!”
I love lasagne (now that I am not offered it every time I eat out as in the 1980’s) because you can mix and match different vegetables and cheeses depending on what you like or what you have left over in the fridge. This recipe is my favourite combination – a spinach and mushroom love-in! Continue reading “Spinach and mushroom lasagne”
Thanks to Lis Telcs from Brighton for sending us this link to her favourite Greek vegetarian recipes. Let me know which ones are your favourites.
Anne Barry, also from Brighton, sent me this link to a recipe for Spanakopita or Greek spinach pie – looks delicious.
Any reviews of Greek restaurants by vegetarians would be very welcome.
Quorn and veggie mince are great vegetarian substitutes for minced meat because they are still high in protein but much lower in fat. If you’re starting out as a vegetarian, cooking for meat-eaters or want a low fat diet, you can easily make your favourite dishes without missing the meat. I have used Continue reading “Tomato and Quorn Cottage Pie”
Thank you to Geoff Braterman for this guest blog and recipe.
I love risotto, and I find it very satisfying to cook. You can be very creative with risotto, as the rice is able to absorb all manner of flavour combinations. There are only two secrets to a successful risotto recipe. The first is Continue reading “Tomato risotto”
This recipe is from our very own resident nutritionist, Jill Pitt, so it’s sure to be good and wholesome as well as a tasty way to use up your leftover veg. Useful nutritional information is at the end. Continue reading “Spicy butternut squash (and leftover veg) soup”