Air Fryer Garlic Knots

I’m going to write at some point about how much I love my air fryer and how you definitely need to buy one, but for now I’m just going to share my new favourite recipe. These are a delicious alternative to garlic bread, lovely and soft and fresh, and with only about 15 minutes’ effort. […]

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Chickpea flour scramble

  You would never guess that the stuff that makes Indian pakoras so cripsy and holds together felafel would also make a creamy and satisfying scrambled egg substitute. The secret is to let the batter sit for a few hours. Not only does that sort out any lumps, but the flour particles soak up the […]

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Roasted broccoli tofu quiche

  Poor old quiche doesn’t have the best reputation, people either think that (a) it’s a bit fiddly to make, or that (b) it belongs in the seventies along with vol-au-vents and cheese and pineapple on sticks. If either of these applies to you then please cast aside your doubts and give it a go! […]

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Chilli con seitan

View this post on Instagram Awesome tasty chilli with beans and seitan #vegan A post shared by Mrs Veg Ⓥ (@mrs_veg) on Jun 17, 2014 at 1:40pm PDT Chilli was one of the first proper dishes I learned to cook. When I became vegetarian in my early teens I started helping my mum out in the […]

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Product review – Oatly oat drink

Oatly, the Swedish brand of oat milk, has recently rebranded. Their previously bland, generic packaging has been replaced by a quirky design that proudly shows off their ethical standpoint and the health benefits of oats, as well as their reduced environmental impact. The carton explains how they chose to use oats because they’re “tall and […]

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