I am lazy – super, super lazy. I absolutely love cooking, but most of the time you won’t find me in the kitchen for more than an hour at the time (and that’s only on special days). I think I just like sitting down too much. So over the years I’ve come up with loads of quick vegetarian dinners that only take 20 minutes (or less!) to make – so you can get yourself in the kitchen, make a quick meal, and sit and eat it. Ridiculously simple, just how cooking should be!
Mushroom pâté is a classic appetiser, and this version couldn't be easier to make! Just combine a few simple ingredients, including garlic mushrooms and chickpeas, to make a simple dish that will go down a storm. I've got a bit of a retro recipe for you today - garlic mushroom pâté! I wasn't alive in the 70's, but that's the kind of era I imagine when I think about … Read more
This bean and vegetable crumble has heaps of flavour, with loads of veggies and a cheesy pesto crumb! It's a great fridge clearer - use whatever veg you have to hand. If you ever wanted an excuse to sprinkle cheese over some veggies and call it a meal, this bean and vegetable crumble is it! It's got tons of different veggies, topped with a crispy, cheesy, herby crumb. It's … Read more
This mushroom and black bean chilli is perfect for students or anyone cooking for one - it's easy to make, with only a few ingredients, and makes two perfect portions. Simple and tasty! I think I'm officially ready to admit that it's autumn. The schools have gone back, the sun has disappeared, and I'm finally starting to look forward to cosy evenings curled up with some … Read more
A few simple ingredients can transform plain potatoes into the ultimate crispy baked potato wedges - fluffy in the middle, and perfectly crispy round the edge, with plenty of flavour! Today's recipe is super simple - even moreso than usual! I don't share many side dish recipes on here (I always think main meals are a bit more interesting), but considering my posts about how … Read more
Are you a vegetarian, but the rest of your family eats meat? Or maybe you want to cook meat dishes, but one of your kids has decided to go veggie? Whatever your situation, there are plenty of ways that you can cook for vegetarians and meat-eaters at the same time - without having to make two entirely separate meals! This is a question I get asked all the time: How can I cook … Read more