Szechuan Vegetables and Tofu – an easy vegan one pan Chinese dish recipe for stir-fried vegetables with tofu in a fragrant spiced chilli sauce. This recipe is actually not overly hot and is in fact well balanced with every thinkable flavour and texture mingled in one dish. The tangy sweet balsamic vinegar, hot sambal or
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These vegan meatballs are juicy, tender and deliver the same kind of robust flavour and texture you would expect from a meatball. They are best savoured in the classic spaghetti and meatball dish, in various other sauces or on their own as an appetiser. It has been an amazing decade since I became vegan and
Epic vegan tuna mayonnaise recipe – so close to real tuna, you could mistake it for the real thing. This is not the regular chickpea tuna salad. In fact, no chickpeas or jackfruit are called for – this recipe is definitely worth a try. Food plazas in many spots across Britain offer a basketful of
An ultra moist homey cake where gorgeous tangy-sweet slices of peach take the centre stage. This peach cake is the kind of vegan dessert you would want to bring to a potluck or to keep all to yourself for a slice of summer sunshine. Peach season is still a few months away. And when it does
A slightly different take on traditional vanilla custard sauce with lovely floral rose water aroma. This vegan custard sauce will uplift your desserts, can be made in advance and chilled to save time. With a little variation from the classic vanilla custard sauce, there is so much to love about this simple eggless vegan version.
The masala in these homemade oven-baked sweet potato chips complement their caramelised sweetness. A simple nutritious healthy vegan snack idea that is sure to appease your munch cravings. Baked instead of deep fried, they present a healthier alternative to store-bought ones. When it comes to snacks, we are quite restricted since we are both allergic to
Infused with lemon and thyme, cling stone peaches make a great filling for soft buckwheat crepes – a comforting gluten-free dessert or vegan breakfast that is low in sugar to warm you up from the inside out. At this time of the year, though much of a winter wonderland, the Canadian weather portrays a pretty
A tasty spiced crispy okra recipe. Coconut and chickpea flour not only add to the taste and crispiness but also absorb the excess moisture to yield non-slimy okra. This spicy pan-fried okra which was mentioned in one of our What We Eat videos and many of you have been requesting the recipe ever since. For some reason, after I made this recipe last year, I could not find nice tender okra again which is a must for this recipe.
This is a test edit. Carefully selected ingredients are what make great food. However, I believe it isn’t just about the ingredients; it’s about everything that creates a meal – from the tools used to prepare the ingredients to the homely pans where the food is cooked and the beautiful plates it is being served