This Month’s Recipes: June 2015

This Month's Recipes: June 2015 - a collection of all the simple vegetarian and vegan recipes on Amuse Your Bouche in June

If you follow me on Facebook you might have spotted that I’m actually on holiday in the south of France this week, meaning I wrote this post a few days in advance (hello from the past!). So technically, the info in this post is a few days out of date, and the most recent couple of recipes haven’t really got a look in, but if I don’t care then you definitely shouldn’t.

And considering that at this very moment I’m probably sunning myself by a pool, I definitely, definitely don’t care.

So, here goes: my very unfair recap of June. Here’s hoping everything that I scheduled in advance posted correctly and you’re not now staring at several recipes you’ve never seen before…

Here were the three most popular vegetarian recipes from this month:

Mediterranean chickpeas with sweet potato mash

Mediterranean chickpeas with sweet potato mash

Sausage and puy lentil vegetarian cassoulet

Sausage and puy lentil vegetarian cassoulet

Lemon and artichoke pasta

Lemon and artichoke pasta

My favourite recipe of the month was…

Pizza quesadillas

Pizza quesadillas

Aaaaand, here’s the rest.

This Month's Recipes: June 2015 - a collection of all the simple vegetarian and vegan recipes on Amuse Your Bouche in June

Beery Welsh rarebit lasagne
White bean mash with griddled vegetables and homemade pesto
Moroccan freekeh with harissa aubergine
Vegetable tempura
Honey chipotle roasted peanuts

Plus, this month I also gave you two how-to posts. I’m enjoying writing this type of post – let me know if you’re enjoying reading them too!

How to cook halloumi perfectly

How to cook halloumi perfectly

 How to make a layered cocktail / mocktail

How to make a layered cocktail or mocktail

That’s your lot! See you in July, when I will unfortunately be back in the UK to enjoy what’s bound to be a rainy summer.

White bean mash with griddled vegetables and homemade pesto

White bean mash with griddled veg-3

Do any of you remember the cheesy pesto white bean mash I made last year? I've pretty much been dreaming about it ever since - it's smooth and creamy, and just as comforting as any mashed potato you could hope for, but has the added bonus of being super high in protein. And it really is only an added bonus - I don't only make white bean mash because I fancy some protein, I make … Read more

Beery Welsh rarebit lasagne

Beery Welsh rarebit lasagne-4

Well here's a cuisine fusion I never thought I'd do: Italian and Welsh! Sounds weird, but it turns out it's a pretty great combination. I've told you all about Welsh rarebit before, but in case you missed it, here's the super quick overview (spoiler: there's no rabbits involved). It's basically a cheesy sauce, often made with beer and / or mustard, that's usually served … Read more

Moroccan freekeh with harissa aubergine

Moroccan freekeh with harissa aubergine-4

This Moroccan freekeh with harissa aubergine was dee-lish. And as you can tell from the name, I thought I'd use a couple of new-to-me ingredients in this recipe, in the spirit of trying new things: harissa (a spicy chilli paste), and freekeh (a grain). Don't be afraid of freekeh if you've not heard of it before! FYI, I believe it's actually pronounced 'freak-ah', not … Read more

Pizza quesadillas

Pizza quesadillas-2

I can never decide whether Italian or Mexican is my favourite cuisine - so this time I thought I'd combine the two and make pizza quesadillas! Simple cheesy vegetable quesadillas, topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and even more of my favourite pizza toppings. You get the satisfaction of pulling away that perfect cheesy slice, and the extra pleasure of two layers of … Read more

Honey chipotle roasted peanuts

Honey chipotle roasted peanuts-5

Snacking is hard. I don't snack very often, but when I do get a bit peckish in the middle of the afternoon, it's sometimes tricky to think of things to nibble on. Apple, banana, orange, and repeat every three days; it gets a bit old. And much as I would love it, it wouldn't be a great idea to reach for a bag of crisps every single day either. So, here's something you … Read more