This sesame seed tofu is a perfect starter/ side dish to any meal. The sesame seeds and cornflour creates a coating which adds to crunch of the tofu. I usually serve with chopped up spring onions and a dipping sauce made out of soya sauce and honey.
This noodle stir fry is hearty and comforting. The noodles are based in a flavoursome sauce and the eggs just add a bit more protein to the dish.
This recipe has a milder spicey taste due to the addition of honey. The cauliflower turns so soft with the addition of crispy bits on the edges. This is an amazing side dish to any main course or mix through some roasted garlic & cous cous for a quick dinner.
I love this vegetarian spice bag. I just can’t stop eating it, the flavours are amazing and the vegetables crisp up a little just enough to add a crunch. Serve this with garlic mayonnaise and it’s to die for. When cooking the vegetables, don’t overcrowd since they won’t crisp up.
This spice bag seasoning is a mixture of a variety of spices with the Chinese allspice being the dominant flavour. This is great sprinkled over potatoes, chips and vegetables.
This is a quick n simple shake. If in a rush just use some coco powder. But the melted chocolate is luxurious.
This milkshake is less sweet than the skittles version but still soooo good. This is a good replacement for any dessert as it is quite filling.
This Skittles milkshake is a bit naughty but it’s a rear treat and I love it. It’s super sweet but sooo good. Any milk can be used for this, I used oat milk rather than diary since I find it a bit lighter.
This Peach Melba is a light desert perfect for sharing. The sauce really adds flavour to this dish while the peach and yoghurt mellows it out.
This desert is so light and delicious. The wine add a delicate flavour to the cream while the lime tones down the sweetness of the desert.