This is another one from the ‘cheats’ range but it’s what I cook when there’s not much time and I want something tasty and wholesome. I add Quorn to my pasta bake, but you can add another vegetable instead – broccoli works well. Make use of leftover bread by turning it into breadcrumbs and putting it in a re-sealable bag in the freezer to use on top of this dish. Continue reading “Leek and Mushroom Pasta Bake”
First up are Cauldron Foods who make my favourite veggie sausages (and Saturday mornings would not be the same without hot sausage sarnies in thickly-sliced, fresh crusty white bread with mustard and tomato sauce…) Ok, ok, moving on Continue reading “Cauldron Vegetable Roast”
I love the mix of sweet and savoury and the vinegar in this recipe gives it a slightly sweet and sour tang.
About half a red cabbage will be plenty for two people if it is the only vegetable or will serve several for a bit of a party. Continue reading “Sweet and sour red cabbage casserole”
It will soon be Shrove Tuesday, the day we all call “Pancake Tuesday”, some cultures refer to it as Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday but where did this ritual come from and why pancakes?
Did you know that… Continue reading “Pancakes!”
We all fancy something sweet from time to time as a treat. Winter puds don’t necessarily have to be stodgy and full of calories. They can be bursting with nutrients and even add to your 5 a Day. This is a golden opportunity to experiment with different fruits and toppings. Apples, Pears and Berries and other fruity delights. Why are they so good for you? Continue reading “High 5 for Winter Puds”
So many pubs don’t serve a veggie roast, leaving us lusting after the roast potatoes on the plates of meat eaters, whilst we slog our way through yet another bowl of pasta or mushroom risotto . Continue reading “Vegetarian Sunday Roast”