That’s a wrap!

Breakfast wrap with the works this morning. Comfort food is always a winner. Amazing Mediterranean wraps from Alsham bakery that I picked up in Supervalu Clonakilty. I topped them with hummus, cheesy leftover tofu scramble, lentils, mushrooms in a sundried … Continue reading

Breaded sriracha tofu and teriyaki noodles

Dinner from Monday night. šŸ˜ƒā¤ļø Breaded tofu and a quick veg noodle stir fry this evening. I stir fried the noodles along with some mushrooms, celery ribbons, carrots, radishes, green onion sesame seeds and sugar snap peas and seasoned it … Continue reading

Artichoke and runner bean salad in a maple lime dressing

The nicest warm salad I’ve made this year I think. Well when I say made .. it’s more constructed. I love a good sharing plate. I picked up runner beans and artichokes in the Wilton farmers market yesterday. I just … Continue reading

Baked cabbage and shallot fritters with dill and cucumber violife vegan cream cheeseĀ 

The ingredients used in this dish are super versatile. If fritters aren’t your thing then you can just eat as is and have yourself a delicious cabbage, ginger and dill salad. I would normally add some cucumber here if that’s … Continue reading

Daikon, cabbage and tofu stuffed bean curd rolls

These are simply delectable and super quick to make. The larger roll was intentionally done! Man portion for Dave ha ha. He just loves them.   What you’ll need: 1 sheet of dried bean curd Block of tofu Chinese cabbage … Continue reading

Spaghetti in a wasabi, spinach pesto with romanesco broccoli and mixed nuts

A delicious and seriously more-ish 20 min lunch dish! This is another one with the Veganuary crew in mind. They are high kicking their way through the month and keeping each other motivated. Amazing stuff. Well done to you all. … Continue reading

The mighty mung bean one pot wonder

Best cure for blue Monday!? Wild weather beach walks to clear out the cobwebs and a giant sharing pot of mung bean, cannellini and potato coconut curry. Yummmmm…. This was a real… “What have I got leftover that would feel … Continue reading

Cauliflower, kale and coconut rice with marinated tofu and pineapple pieces

Everyone needs this dish in their lives. No seriously… Its sooo good. Cauliflower, kale and coconut rice topped with tofu and pineapple marinated in brown rice syrup, soy sauce and Rebel Chillis green chilli, lemongrass and ginger. For the rice: … Continue reading

Pomegranate, fig and vegan parmesan pizza with the best mint hummus!

The figs are delighted that they opted for pizza over a healthy breakfast and so am I. That said this pizza could almost fall into the “good for you” pizza category. Sort of… Same cheats dough as every week: 190g … Continue reading

No title required… Just photo drooling

Excessive with a giant E! Chocolate chip ice-cream sandwich you devilish little monster. How to: (typing as I lie on the floor in a food coma) 50g dairy free butter 150g coconut sugar 275g plain flour 50g of raw cacao … Continue reading

Easy peasy chickpea fritters with oodles of salady bits!!

A sharing platter of chili chickpea fritters on a salad of rocket, spinach, cashews, mango, cucumber, sun dried toms and a drizzle of last nights leftover garlic and coconut cream sauce. I do love myself a fritter! These are super … Continue reading

Last brunch of 2015! One pan three cheese wonder

Last brunch of the year woo hoo! It just had to be a one pan three cheese wonder. Simple, scrumptious sharing dish. Into a heated and oiled pan I popped: Chopped veggie sausages and seitan Crumbled tofu Spinach Canellini beans … Continue reading

Apricot and fig mince pies with vegan coconut “Baileys”

It doesn’t get much more festive than mince pies and “Baileys”! Vegan style…   For the faux baileys! I’ve read lots of varying recipes for this but here is my go to (so quick you’ll cry with happiness) recipe. In … Continue reading

Messy burrito alert! Cheesy tofu, seitan and mushroom scramble with pesto, cream and garlic tomato sauce.

I was edging towards a take away this evening but just managed to steer myself to the kitchen and gather up odd and ends for a super messy burrito. The perfect rainy day fix. Burrito filling: I mashed a handful … Continue reading

Festive sides: Aubergine, tomato and vegan mozzarella ring

  Another super quick festive veggie side to add to your list Day 5: Baked aubergine, tomato and vegan mozzarella ring.   Slice 4 tomatoes and one aubergine and layer into a circular oven proof dish.Ā Add slices of vegan mozzarella … Continue reading

Festive sides: Balsamic, rice syrup carrots and borettane onions

      I couldn’t decide what way I wanted to serve up the dish hence the two different plating options. Oh indecision you cripple me at times… Day 5: Balsamic carrots with rice syrup and borettane onions   Slice … Continue reading

Festive sides: Asparagus spears with vegan parm, mint pesto, crushed almonds and dried cranberries

Next up on my week of festive sides are my beloved asparagus spears. Day 4: Asparagus spears topped with Art of zen foods violife parmesan, mint pesto, crushed almonds and dried cranberries and cherries. Oh the simplicity and oh oh … Continue reading

Festive sides: Horseradish, mint, seitan mash and my mums creamy thyme stuffing

I feel like I’m just teasing you all this week with small simple dishes but don’t underestimate the sides! They are the vegan glue that wholes the meal together ha ha.Ā Day 3: My mums creamy thyme stuffing and a wow … Continue reading

Festive sides: Boozy breaded brussel sprouts

Following on from Day 1: cheesy creamy gratin we have the droolworthy breaded sprouts. Enjoy! Day 2: Boozy breaded Brussels sprouts. So b sprouts are always a contentious one! A serious split camp with these little fellas but I flippin … Continue reading

Festive sides: Creamy cheesy kale gratin

Super excited to start conjuring up delicious festive dishes over the coming month. Ho ho ho…. One simple dish a day to get you prepared for your merry vegan Christmas. So here we go. Day 1: Creamy cheesy kale gratin. … Continue reading

Sausage and bean casserole with a spicy kick

Hearty comfort food at its most delectable! Who doesn’t love simple, tasty recipes with just a handful of ingredients. I was too busy digging into this one pot wonder to take many pics but I see that as a positive … Continue reading

A vegan brunch sandwich to beat all brunch sanwiches!

If there was an imaginary medal for “best sharing brunch sandwich while watching the rugby World Cup” this would take gold. I was giggling with excitement constructing this. Grab a large loaf of arbutus bread and get layering: (photos below … Continue reading

Cheeky choccy chip dough balls with a healthy twist

What if I said I have a recipe that takes 5 min, requires no cooking, no equipment and is healthy but tastes oh so naughty! The lovely Iswari sent me a box of their delicious range aggeeeees ago and I … Continue reading

Sweet potato and split green pea veg balls in a spicy tomato sauce with cheesy courgette chips.

There isn’t much that can beat a hearty bowl of (non meat) meat balls (sweet potato, mushroom, mixed seeds and split green peas) in a spicy tomato sauce topped with cheesy courgette matchstick chips. For the meat balls: I have … Continue reading

Super green pancakes topped with pomegranate, beets, asparagus and a broccoli/avocado puree.

What this dish lacks in finesse it makes up for tenfold in flavour. I came back from a lovely morning run in the sun absolutely ravenous…. Beans on toast were looking like the fall out option but I pushed on … Continue reading

Sundried tomato and tofu curry (ish) one pot wonder with garlic and almond wild rice. Yum!

If you’re feeling lazy and have sweet chilli sauce and a tin of coconut milk there is always a scrumptious cheats dish just minutes away. Ā  Sundried tomato, spinach, tofu and chickpea sort of curry ish dish with a garlic, … Continue reading

The perfect vegan crumpet! Simply delightful….

Oh crumpets you are simply delightful! Even saying the word makes me smile. I made a handful of crumpets yesterday that were quickly devoured by hungry mouths so I decided to shake it up this evening with the leftover batter … Continue reading