Today I’m sharing a delicious plant-based alternative to scrambled egg on toast. Quick and easy to prepare, this recipe makes a great savoury breakfast or lunch option. Inspired by my friend Raj, I love to flavour my scrambled tofu ‘egg’ with a sprinkling of ground turmeric and garam masala spices which gives it a beautiful Indian flavour and golden hue. I’ve been making this Indian-style scramble for a couple of years now and it still remains my number one favourite tofu scramble. It’s been a big hit with my family too. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!Continue reading “Indian-Style Scrambled Tofu ‘Egg’ on Toast”
Today I’m sharing a delicious pasta dish that has quickly become one of our new family favourites. It can be eaten warm or cold, so perfect for serving as a main meal or packing into lunchboxes. It contains a wonderful array of nutrients, textures and flavours. The tangy Balsamic glaze really makes those greens pop and sing!Continue reading “Super Greens Pasta Salad with Balsamic Glaze (30 Minute Recipe)”
In today’s post, I’m sharing my family’s favourite Saturday night Mexican Bean Tacos. This recipe is just perfect for when you need something quick and easy to prepare. It’s so tasty and filling! And even though my family has eaten this meal hundreds of times now, we still look forward to it every weekend. There is something really fun and satisfying about biting into a crispy taco shell!Continue reading “Quick & Easy Mexican Bean Tacos”
Today I’m sharing a delicious mushroom and lentil ragout that is hearty, warming and filling. It’s just perfect for serving on a chilly day! Rich in umami flavour, this plant-based ragout is simple to make and uses basic pantry ingredients. It is also super cheap too! We love to serve it with mashed potato, but jacket potato, pasta, polenta or rice would also be great options!
With its mild taste and soft texture, dhal has got to be the most family-friendly Indian dish! I first introduced dhal to Lucien when he was a toddler. As a twist on the classic recipe – and to bring a touch of sweetness and creaminess to the dish – I added some creamed coconut and butternut squash. He absolutely loved it! Fifteen years on, and this recipe is still a firm family favourite. We make it at least a couple of times a month!
If you’re a mushroom lover (like me) then you are going to love today’s recipe. It’s a delicious Cream of Mushroom Soup that’s really cheap and easy to make. You’ll never want to reach for a canned mushroom soup again! This soup is thick and creamy, yet it is 100% plant-based and low fat. It doesn’t even contain any plant-based creams! Instead, it’s made with simple, pantry ingredients. Head below to check out the recipe.