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  • vegan buddha bowl

    Vegan Buddha bowl

    a vegan Buddha bowl is a healthy meal that is so on trend and instragrammable. Buddha bowls are typically filled with an array of colourful vegetables, plant based proteins, and healthy fats on a bed of grains, and often with a tasty but healthy dressing to tie it all together. We’ve used chunky ribbons of butternut squash, roasted vegetables, and chickpeas with a quinoa base for this healthy and filling vegan Buddha bowl recipe.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Easy roast potatoes recipe

    If you're wondering how to make roast potatoes then you've come to the right place. Make easy roast potatoes every time with our classic recipe. They're perfectly crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside which is the best combination. Our method uses King Edward potatoes, shaking to fluff up the edges and roasting them in hot, sizzling oil. This recipe serves 6 people and will take around 55 mins to prepare and cook. These delicious roast potatoes are perfect for completing your roast dinner. They're really easy to make with a crisp, golden outside and a light, fluffy and warm insides. This recipe uses basic olive oil but if you want to use goose fat or drippings you could do. They go really well with roast chicken, beef, lamb or pork and are just as nice with a nice bit of grilled fish or even just veg if you don't eat meat. For an added treat, cover them in gravy when you dish them up - it's an irresistible combo! Watch our easy to follow, step-by-step video recipe to make sure you have perfect roasted potatoes every time.

    • 3
    (88 ratings)
  • Cauliflower cheese

    Cauliflower cheese is the perfect side dish that goes so well with a roast as well as a stand alone dinner with a side of steamed veg. This delicious family meal will be on the table in no time! This easy cauliflower cheese recipe is a perfect and classic vegetable dish, combining cooked cauliflower florets with a rich and creamy cheese sauce. A great cauliflower cheese recipe makes the perfect accompaniment to roast or grilled meat and poultry but is also perfect served as a simple veggie supper, perhaps with a few green beans. To make this quick cauliflower cheese recipe you’ll need to use a well-flavoured mature Cheddar for the sauce and for an extra flavour boost you can add some crumbled Stilton or a little finely grated Gruyère or Parmesan cheese. When buying a cauliflower for your veggie dish choose one that has firm creamy-white florets with no blemishes or brown patches and crisp green outer leaves.

    • 3
    (64 ratings)
  • Vegetable stew

    Our quick, cheap and easy to make vegetable stew recipe is a family favourite. Speeded up by swapping haricot beans for canned butter beans, this meal is a winner! Serving 4 people this hearty, family-sized stew can be ready on the table in just 40 mins. A portion of this delicious stew works out at only 172 calories per serving. Serve this stew with mashed potato, homemade dumplings or bread for soaking up the delicious flavoured stock. Celery, carrot, swede and onion make a tasty combination - they are also a fantastic source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C and vitamin B6 which are essential for supporting your immune system throughout the winter months. This recipe is great for a Monday night as it uses up leftover veg from your Sunday roast dinner. Store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. You can blitz this stew in a food processor for soup the next day for lunch.

    • 4
    (213 ratings)
  • Creamy carrot and parsnip soup

    This delicious creamy carrot and parsnip soup recipe is easy to make, simple and healthy too. This recipe takes around 40 mins to make and serves 4 people. It's a quick recipe that is perfect for keeping you warm in the winter months. It’s so easy that you can make it in just three simple steps. This recipe is ideal for using up leftovers from your Sunday roast dinner, so it helps you use up vegetables that perhaps you would otherwise throw in the bin and saves you money too. If you use already cooked root veg, you don't need to soften them. Just add with stock and simmer to make the soup. Because it packs so many veg, this parsnip soup recipe is great to get the kids eating more vegetables and making sure they hit their five-a-day – even the fussy eaters will want to a bowl of this parsnip soup because it looks so yummy! Why not serve with crusty bread, parsnips crisps or homemade croutons for an extra crunch? This parsnip and carrot soup is a real winter warmer and any leftovers can be stored in a Tupperware in the fridge for up to 2 days.

    • 3
    (237 ratings)
  • vietnamese salad

    Vietnamese salad with prawns and rice noodles

    Our Vietnamese salad with prawns and rice noodles is a fresh and colourful dish that is delicious as well as being good for you. We’ve combined the crunchy vegetable salad with prawns in a fragrant Vietnamese marinade and a rich hoisin and peanut sauce. Vietnamese recipes may seem intimidating as they often have many ingredients, but this Vietnamese salad with prawns and rice noodles really couldn’t be more simple. Once you’ve chopped the veg and marinated the prawns, it’s just like cooking a normal week-night stir fry – but with results that are so much more special! Why not mix things up this week and make this Vietnamese salad? It’s a healthy meal that is bursting with flavour that everyone will love.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Butternut squash curry

    Butternut squash tikka masala

    Butternut squash curry is one of the most delicious veggie curries you can make for the whole family, and our recipe for this butternut squash tikka masala will soon become a firm favourite. This butternut squash curry is a classic Indian dish that's quick to make - you only need 25 mins in total to make it! It's even quick to prep as it only takes 10 mins, so you can very easily whip it up when you get in from work and still have a delicious, homemade meal to keep your family healthy and happy. When making this butternut squash curry, you can try to to swap the squash for marrow for a different take on this recipe. If you fancy a meatier recipe, try adding lamb or chicken for a more protein-packed recipe that will keep you fuller for longer. This butternut squash curry will serve four people so it's the perfect quantity if you're cooking for your family, but you can always double up the ingredients if you're cooking for more people. This butternut squash curry is also super easy to make as it's ready in just three super basic steps - you can almost cook it with your eyes closed (but keep them open just in case...). Everyone will love this delicious butternut squash curry!

    • 3
    (25 ratings)
  • greens

    Cider braised spring greens and chestnuts

    These cider braised spring greens and chestnuts make a beautiful side dish for a dinner party or Sunday roast. Meat tends to be the star of your roast dinner, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for boring sides. These greens are transformed into a mouth watering side, whilst still being very nutritious. We all know we should be eating more green vegetables, and this tasty recipe is the perfect way to add more greens to your diet as they taste so good, you wouldn't even think they're good for you! Rich in vitamins C and K, spring greens are great for your immune system and bone strength, and chestnuts provide a good dose of vitamin B6 and potassium. Chestnuts are an ingredient that is often overlooked, but we think we should all be making more of these seemingly festive nuts. They are low in fat, high in fibre, and can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. These two ingredients complement each other to pack a real punch in terms of nutrition. The addition of cider transforms this dish from a plain vegetable side into something much more special. It pairs well with pork but could be served alongside any meat dish.

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    (0 ratings)
  • brazil nut roast

    Brazil nut roast

    A Brazil nut roast may seem like the routine vegetarian main alternative, but this recipe is not one to be missed. With the fresh flavours of parsley, thyme and lemon, and the heat of chilli, this Brazil nut roast is a guaranteed crowd pleaser - even for non vegetarians. Brazil nuts are the best source in the world of selenium, which is crucial for stabilising our moods and fighting inflammation. They are also a good source of protein and healthy fats which are an important part of a vegetarian diet. This roast can be served with gravy as a vegetarian main, alongside roast meat as an alternative to stuffing, and leftovers are great in a sandwich.

    • 3
    (23 ratings)
  • Vegetarian pie

    Vegetarian pie

    A vegetarian pie is one of the most delicious ways to pack in plenty of your five-a-day, made with sweet roasted veggies and nutty lentils. This vegetarian pie recipe is so simple to make, thanks to a little help from some ready-made pastry and of course plenty of tasty veg. We've used Mediterranean-style veggies but feel free to swap in anything you have in the fridge - peas, aubergine and carrots all work well too. If you want to make sure this is vegan then just check the ingredients in the filo pastry you're using, other than that it's animal-product free. Serve this delicious vegetarian pie up with a side salad for a healthy and hearty meal.

    • 3
    (11 ratings)
  • Sauerkraut

    Sauerkraut

    Learn how to make Sauerkraut at home with this easy recipe. Sauerkraut is fermented cabbage eaten a lot in Germany, Poland and the Alsace region of France, usually served warm with sausages and pork. It is simply shredded cabbage, salt and apples flavoured with juniper berries and a few caraway seeds which is left to ferment for about a month then packed into jars. It will keep for about 6 months. You can make a fresh sauerkraut which isn't fermented but cooked more like a sweet and sour spiced red cabbage dish. It can't be stored in jars but will keep in the freezer for 2 months. This recipe serves 8-10 people and takes only 20 mins to prepare and cook.

    • 4
    (5 ratings)
  • Chunky vegetable soup recipe

    Chunky vegetable soup with homemade rolls

    Chunky vegetable soup makes a warming winter lunch or dinner that the whole family can enjoy. Plus packing your chunky vegetable soup with lots of lovely things means you'll be a getting a good 5-a-day hit from every bowl. Filled with carrots, swede, parsnip and butter beans, this soup is delicious with some simple homemade bread rolls - if you've got the time! This soup and homemade roll combo is best made in advance. It's perfect for sharing with the whole family serving 4 people in total. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days. Reheat until piping hot and serve with your homemade crusty rolls.

    • 4
    (42 ratings)

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