Vegan Refried Beans

A great side dish, perfect to serve for Mexican themed dinner. You can use canned beans to save cooking time.

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Vegan haggis with millet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Vegan haggis with millet – – carrots (about ½ cup) (grated ), red kidney beans, cooked green lentils, cooked millet, garlic powder, ground cumin, tamari or soy sauce, salt and pepper, Preheat your oven to 180C; In a bawl mash together beans, carrots and lentils. You can use food processor but I find that potato masher does the job just fine, and I like the mixture to have…

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Vegan haggis with oats

 

 

 

 

 

 Vegan haggis with oats – – cooked green lentils, red kidney beans, oats, white onion, garlic powder, ground cumin, tamari or soy sauce, salt, black ground pepper, oil for frying, Preheat the oven to 180C.

Chop the onion and sauté it in a little oil ; Add all ingredients to a food processor and process until your desired consistency. I like it chunky but you can go smooth if…

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Superfood Salad With Roasted Garlic Dressing

beetroot qunioa and dill

This is one superfood-packed salad. Quinoa is full of protein, beetroot has been viewed as an aphrodisiac since Roman times, and walnuts do wonders for your brain thanks to their omega-3 acids. The roasted garlic dressing is a rich and creamy way to bring it all together, and perfect for the season.

RECIPESuperfood Salad With…

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Crispy roasted parsnip fries

I opened my fridge, looked in the vegetable drawer and despaired. I had 4 big parsnips and half of a swede, both of them past their best. To make matters worst I received another 1kg of fresh parsnip in my weekly vegetable box. Now, don’t get me wrong, I like parsnips, and I like swede, but honestly how much of them can one person eat?? And what to

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Sweet potato soup with coconut milk

One day my sister said: I feel like soup. There was no soup to be had, but quick look around the kitchen allowed me to accept this challenge. This is such a tasty, warming soup, made with my favourite, favourite sweet potatoes. They have lots of benefits, but the most important one at the moment for me at the moment is that they are rich in Vitamin D, which is critical…

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Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potato (a tropical plant!) was probably found before the Irish potato (It’s history dates back to 750 B.C. in Peruvian records). The Incans called it "batata" and that is apparently the origin of our word "potato". It is native to Central America, where it is one of the oldest – known cultivated vegetables.  

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