The day has finally come. It’s been almost 2 years in the making, from concept to recipe testing, to shoots, to writing, to print and now I’m pleased to say that ‘Great British Vegan’ is now released into the world!
With so many vegan cookbooks coming out over the past few years, it seemed like everything was on offer for vegans. But there was one thing missing.
A cookbook filled with familiar, comforting British classics, all using plant-based ingredients. So that is what I set out to create and I’m so happy with the result.
Thank you so much to everyones support and for all those who have already bought your copy. It means a lot to me.
And if you haven’t got your copy yet, here are just a few places to buy my book.
You can also help support your local bookshop and ask them to order it if they don’t already stock it. For any queries, please email me.
A few of my favourite recipes in the book:
Beer-Battered Tofish & Chips (page 90)
Not only does this beer-battered tofu look like the real deal but it also has added fish flavour, thanks to the nori sheet. Served with probably the best chips you’ll ever make – which take a bit of effort but are totally worth it – and super-simple minted mushy peas,
Battenberg Cake (page 122)
Don’t worry, Battenberg is actually much easier to make than you’d think. Not only does it taste wonderful, but just looking at this beautiful pink and yellow chequered cake is a pleasure in itself
Plantbased Full English Breakfast (Page 18)
Weekends aren’t the same without a fry-up. This vegan version will cure your cravings and is packed with plant-based protein and fibre
Bourbon Biscuit Tiffin (Page 161)
A rich, very-moreish fridge cake with lots of crunch. This tiffin has been one of the most popular among my taste-testers – unsurprising, since it is also the most chocolate-filled.