Thank you Robinsons for sponsoring this recipe! I am on such a tofu kick at the moment. I can’t believe I ever used to dislike it! It picks up flavours so well, making it the perfect ingredient in this flavour-packed recipe. This dish is spicy, sweet, fresh, zingy and light but satisfying. A meal ideal…
Thank you Tenderstem® for sponsoring this recipe! I love when a recipe so easy and simple can be this delicious. If you’re looking for a seriously tasty side dish for Christmas or a dinner party, then you need to try this! It’s stress-free cooking and is ready in under 20 minutes, with minimal effort.
I’ve been vegan for four years now and have only just started appreciating tofu… Previously, I believed it to be a tasteless, ugly and generally off-putting but turns out I just hadn’t tried the right recipes. Now I am a total convert! Tofu for breakfast, tofu for lunch, dinner and even desserts!
For me, roasted nuts can be a dangerous snack. Waaaaaaay too addictive. Especially when they’ve got a kick. But it is Christmas and I’m allowed to binge. I’m practically SUPPOSED to binge, right?
If you don’t like Brussels sprouts, then I’m sorry but I don’t get you. They’re so cute with the “mini cabbage” thing they’ve got going on, they taste so buttery and I just love the texture. One of the best vegetables, in my opinion.
Crumble weather is here! I love this time of year, mainly for the comforting, warming foods that I get the excuse to make. This crumble definitely ticks the comforting and warming boxes. Plus, the flavours are just amazing. Imagine a classic apple and blackberry crumble with a gingerbread and almond twist. SO GOOD.
Diets such as Paleo, GAPS, SCD and many others related to gut healing, all have one thing in common. They are NOT vegan friendly, at all.
I’m often guilty of making out-of-season recipes, such as this rather autumnal-looking dish, featuring spiralized butternut squash, mushrooms, sage and lentils.