Last Christmas I made stuffed dates and I loved them so much, that I made them again, this time I made 6 different ones. I had no idea they would be so good, but these can be served instead of any dessert. My suggestion is, firstly, not to use 500g, like I did, unless you
Kelly asked at my mushroom polenta recipe about alternatives to mushrooms. My first thought was to substitute mushrooms with peppers. Even though I made maybe dozens of time mushrooms with peanut butter, I never made it with other types of veggies. A few days after that, I was looking in the recipes I saved for
I’ve made a Chinese Stir-Fry recently and, as I took some pictures, I am now able to share the recipe. I love both pak choi and shiitake mushrooms, so is not surprising that I think this dish was amazingly delicious. In one of the supermarkets we buy from they have a tray with pak choi
I was preparing some mushrooms when I thought I should make Mushroom Polenta, using the water released by the mushrooms I was frying. I tried it and it was so good I thought I should share the recipe. It’s a very basic recipe, with only a handful of ingredients. It’s also naturally gluten free and
9 Vegan Recipes You Should Try, not necessarily for Veganuary, but in general. I would love eating any of these and I often do. I hope you are going to be inspired and let me know if you are going to try any of them or if you’ve already tried them before. I will talk
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As usual, I took pictures of the food I prepared for Christmas and I’m making a round-up with all the dishes. Initially I thought I would like to make a vegan Christmas, but I had two problems. First of all we bought a bottle of craft Gin, made in Yorkshire, from a foodie fair, and