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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Chuna pasta

When I was a student I practically lived on tuna pasta. Like a lot of mums of students, mine used to give me care packages to make sure I was eating properly, whenever I went to stay with my parents there was always random things like pasta and tuna in the bottom of my wardrobe. […]

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Carrot and white bean hummus

I feel incredibly lucky to live just a couple of minutes walk from a local, independent deli. It’s my favourite place to get lunch if I’m at home on a Saturday or in the week. They’ve got tonnes of different salads (the best being a roasted vegetable and butter bean ratatouille), incredible sourdough bread, olives, […]

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Crispy chickpea flour pancakes

I’d previously only ever used chickpea flour (aka gram flour or besan) for making onion bhajis or for holding together falafels, but I recently found out you can use it to make gorgeous crispy pancakes, somewhere between a thick flatbread and an omelette. They’re really quick and easy to make. In fact, even on a […]

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