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Aubergine with cashew pesto and sweet tomato tabouleh

This simple, tasty bake takes no effort whatsoever and is a complete meal, with the cashews adding great protein to this dish. Recipe from Honestly Healthy: Eat With Your Body in Mind, The Alkaline Way by Natasha Corrett and Vicki Edgson. Photography by Lisa Lindner. Published in hardback by Jacqui Small. Available now in full […]

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Yellow cous cous with saffron, turmeric & almonds

Author: From ‘Near & Far: Recipes inspired by home and travel’ by Heidi Swanson [Hardie Grant, £20.00] Serves: 4 – 6 At its finest, couscous should be a tender, fluffy, delicate affair – light grains of rolled wheat steamed and seasoned with whatever you fancy. This version is hand-rubbed with saffron and turmeric, studded with […]

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Jerusalem artichoke, white wine & thyme pie

  Author: Recipe from ‘Vanilla Black’ by Andrew Dargue Serves: 4 Just to clear up any confusion, globe artichokes are the big green spiky things and Jerusalem artichokes are the little knobbly things that look like potatoes. They have an unusual sweet flavour that is difficult to describe. Word of warning, they oxidise quickly, so […]

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Tahini & Lime Greens with Cinnamon Sweet Potato Mash

  Tahini & Lime Greens with Cinnamon Sweet Potato Mash Author: Lara Balsam Serves: 4 Tahini and fresh lime juice take basic greens to a new level, creating a stunning dish, with minimal effort. Enjoy with a bowl of cinnamon speckled sweet potato mash. Ingredients For the greens: 3 tbsp sesame oil 1 medium white onion, […]

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Beet Pesto

Beet Pesto Author: pulses.org Serves: 4 Recipe courtesy of International Year of Pulses. In December 2013, the United Nations General Assembly (UN) voted unanimously to declare 2016 the International Year of Pulses (IYP). Since 1959, the UN has dedicated special years and observances to promote international awareness and action on various topics. Throughout 2016 the […]

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Braised Cauliflower and Puy Lentil Tabouleh

Braised Cauliflower and Puy Lentil Tabouleh Cuisine: Middle Eastern Author: Lee Watson Serves: 4-6 Tabouleh is a proper southern Med classic. Combined with great olive oil and sweet roasted cauliflower it makes a substantial salad. I love the spice mix baharat – if you can’t find it, substitute it for ground spices. I like to […]

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Lentil burgers

  Lentil burgers Author: JVS member life member Rita Bloomberg Tasty and satisfying burgers, which are a perfect accompaniment to salads. This recipes makes 10 -12 burgers. Serve 1 or 2 burgers per person. Ingredients 500 g red lentils 2 medium onions 4 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp gluten free f brown rice flour / […]

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Vegetable Biryani with Dip

Vegan Biryani with Coyo Dip Recipe Type: Main Dish Author: CoYo This will become a favourite in any vegan’s diet; exciting and colourful this dish tastes as good as it looks. The coconut milk yoghurt dip on the side adds a creamy twist to this spiced dish. Ingredients 300g cooked basmati rice 1 carrot, julienned […]

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Vegan Burger

Vegan Burger Recipe Type: Main Dish Author: CoYo This vegan burger will put an end to boring veggie burgers and can be cooked on the BBQ in the summer. The coconut milk yoghurt dip is a great and exciting alternative to mayonnaise. Ingredients 2 tbsp olive oil 1 white onion, finely diced 1 carrot, grated […]

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Pesach: Nutloaf

Recipe by Zel Allen, author of the Nut Gourmet                 Passover: Nutloaf Recipe Type: Main Dish Cuisine: Festival Author: Zel Allen Serves: 6-8 Servings A special occasion entrée is usually a little fussier than an everyday family-style dish, but I’m betting on no regrets once you’ve tasted this […]

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