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)”
Today I’m sharing a recipe for smoky tempeh slices that are just perfect as a sandwich filling. They are super easy to make and packed full of flavour. Add some lettuce, slices of juicy tomato and a dollop of mayonnaise and you have a delicious vegan alternative to the classic BLT sandwich – the ‘TLT’ (Tempeh, Lettuce, Tomato).Continue reading “Smoky Tempeh, Lettuce & Tomato (‘TLT’) Sandwich [Vegan]”
Today, I’m sharing a tasty plant-based alternative to the classic Tuna salad sandwich filling. It’s creamy, crunchy, sweet, salty and tangy! I do love to have a mixture of flavours and textures going on in my sandwiches and today’s recipe certainly fits that bill! It is really easy to make and takes less than ten minutes to prepare.Continue reading “Chickpea ‘Tuna’ Salad Sandwich [Vegan]”
When it comes to Christmas dinner, for me, nothing can beat a nut loaf served with a big pile of roasted veggies and onion gravy ♥
My mum made me my first nut roast for Christmas when I was 12 and it was by far the best Christmas dinner I’d ever had! In contrast to turkey (which I’d always found pretty bland), the nut roast was packed with beautiful flavours and textures. Since then, I’ve always chosen to have nut loaf as the centre piece of my Christmas dinner… and for many years now, my mum has chosen it over turkey too!!
In fact, pretty much everyone I know loves a nut roast, regardless of whether they’re vegetarian, vegan or not, so this is a great meal to serve to friends and family over the Christmas holidays, or as a special Sunday roast dinner.Continue reading “Cranberry-Glazed Nut Loaf”