I saw this idea made by Michel Roux Jr. in his new TV show called Hidden Restaurants. I thought it’s a fab idea, so I made my own recipe. He didn’t mention any quantities, so I’ve adapted and I’ve added lots of carrots for an extra healthy kick. I like houmous and I like the
I buy pea and mint dip quite often, but I have lots of mint in the garden, so today I’ve decided to make my own after reading a few recipes yesterday. It turned out delicious and it’s made with only a handful of ingredients. I will make this dip again, as it takes only a
I wanted to make something special, smoothie-related because I celebrated 1 year of daily smoothies and soups. I will talk about this on ancaslifestyle, my lifestyle blog in a few days, if you fancy a read. In the end I made 7 smoothies, being a play on eat-the-rainbow. I made a list with what I’ve
I love chickpeas, but I usually make houmous because it’s something both my husband and I love. This time I’ve decided to make a stew with some roasted peppers I already had. For this chickpeas and peppers stew I’ve used brown chickpeas, dried. After reading a lot on how to prepare the dried chickpeas I
I bought some Chestnuts because I really wanted to cook with them. I thought of a pie, but when I didn’t have loads of time I’ve ended up with a Chestnut and Brussels sprouts side dish for some vegan sausages. This recipe is vegan too and also delicious. I used only 3 spoons of oil,
I shared a recipe for an avocado dip and in an attempt to make the dip lower in calories, I thought of this vegan tomato and avocado dip. It’s great as a side for chips or it can go great with crisps/tortillas as a snack or a dipping sauce for veggies. From the ingredients listed
I had some veggies in the fridge that I wanted to use, so I thought a soup would be great with breakfast sandwiches. I really like the combination between soup and sandwich, as I think I mentioned a few times on my blog. This time I’ve made a fennel soup and it turned out delicious.