This Tadka Dal Recipe is the ultimate vegan comfort food! Warming spices are mixed with red lentils and butternut squash. It’s full of flavour and is such a simple recipe to make, you’ll wonder why you haven’t made it sooner!
Vegan chilli sin carne (simply meaning chilli without meat) is a satisfying and easy dish to throw together. In place of meat, there’s mixed beans, peppers, onions and zesty guacamole to balance out the spices. Not only is this vegan chilli full of flavour and comforting spices, but it’s also healthy and veggie-filled – seconds…
Roast chicken tikka masala is a simple one-pan meal that packs a flavour punch! Chicken thighs are smothered in tikka masala spice paste and roasted alongside cauliflower, green beans, green pepper and wholemeal rice to produce a well-balanced and flavoursome dinner recipe.
Do you know what makes veggies better? Roasting them. You can’t argue with me on this one. You get caramelisation, added sweetness, more intense flavour and not to mention they go with just about anything. That includes pasta, which is what I have got for you right here; Slow Roast Pepper and Tomato Pasta.
Roast butternut squash is THE BEST way to use up seasonal produce this Autumn. Roasted with spices then served with raisin pesto, couscous, lentils, cavolo nero and feta, this butternut squash recipe makes a nice change from the usual soup or risotto. Plus it’s just so tasty!
Here’s the thing, I’m not very well guys. It turns out an afternoon of drinking for my besties 30th birthday this weekend has knocked me for six. Why does it become impossible to drink more than three drinks after leaving University? I’m weak, I’m snotty and I’m really struggling to write coherent sentences. But this…
A twist on tradition, this penne carbonara is mixed with prawns, summer vegetables, a little lemon and parsley while still keeping the same creamy sauce. This prawn carbonara is a little lighter than its pancetta-filled counterpart with lots of fresh flavours, making it a perfect Spring recipe.
Hands up if you love a burger?! Good, i’m glad we got that straightened out, because this Mustard Lamb Burger is so good, you’re gonna love it.
Pan-fried sea bass pairs perfectly with this smoky chorizo and puy lentil side dish. Spinach, parsley and lemon juice are stirred into the lentils to give a wonderfully fresh flavour. The sea bass is pan-fried to produce wonderfully crispy skin that will keep you coming back for more!
So Monday we were talking about heatwaves. It’s now Wednesday and the clouds are back and the heavens have opened. Never change England. Whether it rains or shines this is still technically Summer, and this little recipe gives a nod to that while being a little more warming and comforting for those chillier evenings. Tabbouleh…