Tag Archives: Vegetarian

Savoury ‘protein’ muffins

I’m not actually sure of the amount of protein per muffin, only that they have a lot of protein-y ingredients. I put this together as a breakfast food I could grab out of the freezer of a morning and pop … Continue reading

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Finally, my Tofurkey recipe

I have been threatening to post this recipe for about 3 years now. Christmas comes, I start making tofurkeys for the vegetarians in my family, people ask for the recipe, and I say, “Absolutely, I’ll blog it later!”, then promptly … Continue reading

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Roasted Vegetables and Quinoa

Sounds weird. Tastes amazing. And is ridiculously simple. Do you have an oven? Can you turn it on? Then you can cook this. Serves a hungry horde (served it up on Mother’s Day to my very large immediate family), or … Continue reading

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Pumpkin, eggplant, and barley braised in miso

I *think* I may have stolen this from Gourmet Traveller – at least the idea of it. Hopefully they don’t mind. This is so easy. Definitely a colder weather dish. Ingredients 1kg or so of pumpkin (I used butternut, but … Continue reading

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Soupe au Pistou

This recipe is not particularly authentic, I don’t think, but it comes close. Soupe au Pistou is a French recipe that comes from that time in Europe where travellers would go to some far flung land, in this case, Italy, … Continue reading

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Pea, Egg and Paneer Curry

I know, I know, it sounds weird. Don’t be put off. Just give it a try. I’ve only made this curry a few times, but it’s one of my favourites. I found it *somewhere*, I just can’t remember where. I … Continue reading

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Cookbook Challenge: Pad Thai

Blame this: As soon as I stopped laughing, I could almost taste the sourness of the tamarind and umami of the fish sauce (which, of course, he doesn’t use, but you get my drift). I have an addiction – not … Continue reading

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