Pancakes bring me such joy! It was a toss up (pun intended) whether I would start savoury or sweet but it was difficult to resist my favourite… Creamy garlic mushrooms and leeks. I love pancakes and eat them all year … Continue reading
Creamy leek and mushroom calzone. Enough said. Simply delicious. Same cheats dough as every week: 190g self raising flour 3.5g yeast 100ml of water Pinch of salt Splash of olive oil Combine dry then wet ingredients kneed, Roll and fill … Continue reading
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Tonight’s din dins couldn’t be easier or more delicious. God bless you jus rol pastry!
Defrost a roll of pastry
Spread with sweet chilli sauce
Top with 6 slices of Art of Zen Foods amazing Violife cheese slices. (Thanks art of zen for keeping me stocked up) Leave an inch or two at the sides and top to allow for excess bits popping out when you roll.
Top with coriander, crushed cashews, chilli flakes, parsley, chopped leeks, sprouts and red cabbage.
Get rolling! As tight as you can and then carefully cut into slices.
Pop onto a lined baking tray.
Into the oven at 200 for 15 to 20 min with 1 min under the grill at the end for extra browning.
For the dipping sauce:
Blend a handful of garden peas, garlic powder, salt/pepper and half of a large carton of soy yoghurt.
I’m calling this a sharing plate but let’s be honest that’s unlikely to happen. Vegan heaven