Breaded sriracha tofu and teriyaki noodles

Dinner from Monday night. 😃❤️ 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

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

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

Tipsy vegan fruit and nut cake… and not a pinch of flour or sugar in sight!

There’s something so comforting about a nice slice of fruit cake and a cup of tea but nicer still is a fruit cake that is rich and delicious but doesn’t require flour, sugar or plant milk.Almost sin free wiithout losing out on yumminess.

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How to: Blend a cup of almonds until they are powder like. Combine in a bowl with your favourite fruits, seeds and nuts. I simply used what I had available. Sultanas, cherries, pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds approx a cup of each but anything and everything works here. Figs, apricots, dates, hazelnuts and so on.

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Add 3 teaspoons of egg replacer mixed with 6 tablespoons of water. 1/4 cup of agave syrup And a splash of gin (optional but gives it a little zing and oh my gin and I are great friends) Bake in the oven at 150c for 45 to 50 min. Remove, cool, cut and eat with your favourite cup of tea.

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The perfect naughty but not so naughty tea cake.

Love

Louise

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