This delicious Tomato Basil Soup is cooked low and slow and is worth the wait. It is fresh and vibrant, bursting with flavour and a great way to make use of homegrown tomatoes. Garlicky and herby, it’s also gluten free and a big bowl of comfort on a cold autumn day. You will never go back to canned soup after trying this vegan tomato soup – plus it’s healthier.
Vegetarian food has come a long way in recent years! These vegetarian recipes will show how easy it is to cut down or cut out meat from your diet! From Mushroom Stroganoff to Chickpea Stew to our incredible Spring Green Noodles and many more, find the perfect vegetarian recipe! Start putting some adventure back into your meals with our awesome vegetarian recipes!
Just 3 ingredients go in to making this super easy Cauliflower Cheese. No need to make a roux, as we make a simple sauce of just creme fraiche and cheese, with the option to add in a little mustard if you like. The perfect fuss free side dish to go with a roast dinner.
If you are looking for a festive snack that kids will love, and that is great for feeding a crowd, then try this Christmas Popcorn. Full of all the best festive flavours, easy to adapt and ready in just 10 minutes. Popped corn smothered in a sweet and buttery chocolate sauce with hints of orange, ginger and cinnamon.
We could all do with a few extra veggies in our life at Christmas time, right? This is a super Easy Christmas Salad to put together, and it is made up of ingredients you probably already have in your fridge leftover from other meals. A base of mixed greens, some clementines and cranberry, chunks of beetroot and a sweet pomegranate dressing. A must on any festive dinner table this year.
The festive season is all about baking for us, and these Cinnamon Flapjacks couldn’t be easier. Just 6 ingredients, minimal prep time and so simple that they are a great recipe to make with kids. Buttery and sugary oats that are flavoured with cinnamon and ginger and baked until they are crispy on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside.
Halloumi is the squeaky cheese that everybody loves, and it is so versatile. Why not skip the cheddar and parmesan on your next pasta night and use halloumi instead. This delicious Halloumi Pasta is mixed with roasted tomatoes for a fresh and light pasta dish that still tastes super comforting.
A Fattoush Salad (basically a bread salad) is a Middle Eastern staple and the lemon and mint dressing just brings it all together. This crunchy and zesty chopped salad is topped with homemade baked pita chips, making it a great way to use up stale pita bread. A great fridge clear out salad and a welcome addition to a BBQ or picnic.
If you are looking for a side dish that takes minimal effort, then baked garlic polenta fries are for you. You just put them in the oven and wait for them to get all crispy, golden brown and delicious.