I love sundays. We always have a family outing in the mornings; today was spent at the beach. While the toddlers slept this afternoon, I got to cooking. It was a mega cook up for next week's lunches. I made: 1. crispy baked chick peas. They marinated for 2 days in braggs liquid seasoning, pure … Continue reading Sunday Funday
I've been making this salad for a few years now and it never fails to please. Its filling, nourishing, colorful and delicious! You can have it as a side or a main and your friends will be mighty impressed when you turn up for the pot luck with this. Using seasonal veggies, you can mix … Continue reading Warm Quinoa Salad
We had spent the morning at the farmers market and museum with all the kids. We'd had a big breakfast, so didn't need any morning tea but on the drive home I was dreaming of samosas. I just love the mix of spicy potatoes and peas, but I don't love the deep fried pastry. By … Continue reading Potato curry roll
This soup is so tasty and comforting, you'll be making it every week like I do. You must know by now that I love 1 pot meals which require minimal effort. This is one of those meals. You can add whatever veggies you have on hand or that are in season. We always have leftovers … Continue reading Chunky Tomato soup
I've been wanting to create a great sausage roll recipe and after a few attempts, here it is. I can't take full credit though as I did get inspiration from a lovely lady on a vegan Facebook group I'm in called 'what kiwi vegans eat'. We love sausage rolls, who doesn't? The crispy, crumbly pastry … Continue reading Vegan sausage rolls!
When we went plantbased, one of the things we knew we'd miss was a burger. We had burger night once a week; it was a tradition! This recipe was inspired by High carb Hannah. We tried her recipe and enjoyed it but there just wasn't enough flavour for us. We've tried beetroot burgers which are … Continue reading The best chickpea & mushroom burger ever!!
This creamy oil free curry has gone down really well. Its spicy, salty, creamy and sweet with some big punchy flavours. It's very filling and for the meat eaters out there, the mushrooms give it that meaty kind of texture. The first time I made it, I intended on serving it with brown rice but … Continue reading Chickpea, kumera and mushroom curry
because who doesn't love pasta!
I made this curry by accident a few weeks ago. It was the day before shopping day and our veg box delivery from Food Together New Plymouth. My fridge and cupboards were pretty bare, it was 3.30pm and I was stressing about what to cook for dinner. I just threw some onions, carrot, potatoes and … Continue reading Yummy one pot curry