Peaconut Toodles

Peaconut?! toodles?! Okay, okay, there is no such thing as a peaconut, or toodles, but I thought it sounded cool. SO, I present to you Peanut and Coconut Tofu with Noodles. quick and simple This is a quick and easy dinner using Asian flavours and simple ingredients. This means you don’t need to go out…

Mushrooms 3 Ways on Skillshare

3 INNOVATIVE WAYS TO COOK MUSHROOMS Feeling inventive? Want to increase your vegan cooking repertoire? Trying to find more ways to cook with mushrooms? Tired of relying on supermarket meat replacements? Attempting to impress your vegan guests? Look no further… I really think that mushrooms are incredible! They are extremely versatile, very healthy, and they…

Kimchi Tofu with Noodles

So, you may have noticed my slight kimchi obsession – I always make sure to have a batch on the go (and can start to feel panicked when it’s running low!) Check out the recipe I use here! But if you haven’t got a jar of your own kimchi fermenting away, there are plenty of ready made vegan…

Socca Pizza with Harissa Jackfruit

I have been sitting on this recipe for a while now. With it’s vibrant red colours and light crispy base, it is the perfect dish for these summery days. So now its time has come to be freed from my recipe bank, please enjoy! The base is made from a mix of gram flour and…

‘Beef’ Stroganoff – Fry’s Beef Strips

Another firm favourite meal of mine before I went vegan was beef stroganoff. I created this plant-powered alternative after posting my Cashew Base recipe. I went searching for an alternative to beef strips (usually I’d just rely on mushrooms) and found that Fry’s are now selling these on Ocado. YAY! So I put the strips…

Ackee Fried Rice with Pulled Hoisin Mushroom

Who else sometimes craves past guilt-ridden and meat-filled Chinese takeaways? I definitely do. I’m talking about piles of fried rice with sticky sweet sauces, piled high with crispy pieces of unidentifiable meat. Who knows what you were really eating? My mushroom and ackee alternatives should satisfy your cravings and definitely won’t leave you feeling as…

Top Tip no.1 – Cashew Base

Top tips from a vegan chef – no.1 Welcome to my first top tip! I often get people commenting on the fact that vegan cooking is both complex and takes longer to cook in order to deliver that umami flavour. Whilst it does take a little more time and effort to transition at first, there…

‘Vedgeree’

Found a swede lurking about in your weekly veg box? Planning on hiding it in your vegetable soup? Hold up, because this swede is ready for its time in the spotlight! Carrots have had their moment (check out my recent blog for the carrot lox recipe), but now it’s the humble swede’s time to shine….