As I peruse through my favorite Veggie Blogs I find that with the new year comes a whole lot of amazing new recipes. Some of them meant for redemption but all of them delicious, innovative, and inspiring. Here’s my pick of great recipes from around the web this week. Continue reading “What’s Cooking?”
Do you ever buy something from the supermarket and think this is the item that will change the way I cook forever? I’m going to love it and use it all up. In fact, I know I’ll go through (insert product here) so quickly I’d better buy two. Then, you get home and think, “What am I going to do with all this rice milk?” No? Okay, must be just me then…
Okay, so I’ve made a great big jar of veggie cheese, but other than dipping my chips what else is it good for? Quesadillas of course! Be it breakfast, lunch, or dinner, my Quesadillas with Veggie Cheese and Black Beans are the perfect quick fix meal. Continue reading “Quesadillas with Veggie Cheese and Black Beans”
Happy 2018 everyone!
After spending the last few weeks eating and socialising it’s time to re-set with a calming, tasty bowl of goodness. I’m talking my Revitalizing Raw Lunch Bowl with Hummus.
This simple and delicious bowl of food makes not only my tummy happy but my brain as well. Because even though I love to create and cook tasty dishes sometimes I simply cannot muster the brain power! Continue reading “Revitalizing Raw Lunch Bowl with Hummus”
Have you been looking for a salad that’s tasty, filling, great to look at and easy to make? Well, look no further than my Mediterranean Quinoa Salad with Lemony Dijon Dressing. I love it because it utilises those store-cupboard essentials. What’s more, it’s the perfect dish to make when you’re asked to bring a plate. I’m serious, this beauty is a real crowd-pleaser. Continue reading “Mediterranean Quinoa Salad with Lemony Dijon Dressing”
When people come to dinner at my place I like to have a home-made dip ready to serve with drinks. It’s a great way to relax into the evening and allows you a little extra prep time for your main meal. I have several dips I alternate between but I wanted to share this one with you today because of it’s festive vibe. Unexpected, vibrant, and incredibly tasty, this Smashed Peas with Almonds and Chilli is a real show stopper.
Springtime in Melbourne means many things. It’s the smell of jasmine in the air. The warm t-shirt days followed by the cold, rainy ones. It’s during springtime that Melbourne really lives up to it’s reputation of four seasons in one day. Which is why some days, during springtime in Melbourne, only a comforting soup will do.
It can be tricky sometimes as a vegetarian living with a couple of meat eaters. The dilemma I often face is, how do I feed my family as well as myself without having to cook two completely different meals? I find the best way around this is by being prepared. As long as I’ve got a variety of nuts in the pantry, a packet of leafy greens and a jar of previously made dressing in the fridge I’m good to go. In fact, that’s exactly how my Rainbow Salad Bowl with Green Goddess Dressing came to be.
During my time as an omnivore I loved cheese. I would eat cheese every day, sometimes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I couldn’t get enough. The thing is, once I became a vegetarian I found all the cheese I was eating didn’t quite work for me anymore. That’s why I love this Veggie Cheese Spread so much. I can have all the yumminess of cheese without any of the discomfort. Continue reading “The Best Veggie Cheese Spread”
School’s back, so it’s back to my routine. At our house, it takes a good week to get back into the swing of things. Which is why for me, it’s important to be prepared. This includes making a lovely big, nourishing bowl of goodness that will last me several days in the fridge. Enter stage right – my Energizing Kale and Mix Bean Salad.