In today’s post, I’m sharing one of my new favourite lunches. It consists of a broad bean, avocado and lime smash served on crispy bread, topped with radish slices. It’s so delicious and fresh-tasting!!
As well as being super tasty, it’s full of nutritional goodness. It’s packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, heart-healthy fats, fibre and protein. Broad beans are an especially rich source of antioxidant vitamin C.
You’ll be pleased to hear that it’s really easy to make too, and ready in 15 minutes or less. Delicious, nutritious and easy… this is definitely my favourite kind of food! While I enjoy it as a lunchtime treat, it could easily be served as a savoury breakfast or light supper option too.
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In today’s post, I’m sharing a vegan twist on one of our nation’s favourite sandwiches… Egg Mayonnaise! Perfect for lunches, picnics or parties, this recipe is incredibly simple to make and whips together in 5 minutes or less. For savoury breakfast fans, this vegan ‘egg mayo’ also makes a great topping for toast. It’s a favourite with my family and we hope you love it too!
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The recipe I’m sharing today is a twist on a traditional Easter favourite … it’s a Hot Cross Bun Loaf! This spiced fruity loaf is perfect for sharing with friends and family over the holidays. I’ve made three loaves already this week and no doubt I’ll be baking more in the lead up to the bank holiday weekend. It sure is a crowd pleaser. Happy holidays everyone!
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The English are famous for their all-day breakfast fry-ups, which typically feature a whole bunch of animal products – sausages, bacon, eggs and black pudding – served alongside mushrooms, tomatoes, hash browns, baked beans and fried bread. However, just because you’re passing on eating animals, this doesn’t mean you have to miss out on this traditional English culinary experience. There are so many amazing all-day veggie breakfast options available now, and they’re often far more creative and colourful (and healthy!) than the meat version.
Today I’m sharing a recipe for a delicious vegan cooked breakfast that, as the title suggests, is suitable for serving any time of day. We’ve been enjoying it as an evening meal, but it’s equally perfect as a weekend breakfast, brunch or lunch.
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Tofu scrambles are one of my family’s favourite easy weeknight meals. They take 20 minutes or less to make, use just one pan and can be flavoured myriad ways, which means they never get boring. The scramble recipe I’m sharing in today’s post is filled with beautiful colours and flavours inspired by the Mediterranean ☀️
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Today, I’m sharing a recipe for a family-friendly vegan version of the Mexican classic ‘Huevos Rancheros’. The eggs have been replaced with golden cubes of pan-fried tofu which sit on a bed of rich, flavourful tomato sauce. I’ve toned down the chilli to make the dish kid-friendly (and ‘Sharon-friendly’ as I’m a complete heat wimp) but of course, feel free to crank up the chilli heat as high as you wish.
The inspiration for this recipe was the cover photo on the September issue of Vegan Life magazine. At first glance, Lucien and I were instantly attracted to this dish but, when we read that the recipe contained half a cup of green chillies plus three tablespoons of chilli powder, we knew it was going to be way too spicy for us. It didn’t deter me from giving it a try though, and I simply omitted the chillies to make it less spicy. Since the tomatoes, onions and garlic are roasted, they make the sauce rich and flavourful, so we really didn’t miss the chilli.
I first experimented with this recipe a few weeks ago and it was an instant hit with the family. We rarely eat the same meal twice in the same month, but we’ve made this one three times already! It’s quickly become a family favourite. Continue reading “Family-Friendly Vegan Ranchero”