Cuisine: Vegetarian

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‘Tidy’ Eton Mess

Whenever we need to quickly throw together a dessert in summer, Eton Mess always comes to mind. Its quick, its easy and, in summertime, there might well be most of the ingredients already in the fridge! This is a slightly layered version which just makes it look like a little more...

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Cauliflower Tabbouleh – Your Nutritional Hero

The humble cauliflower is actually a nutritional hero.  It contains very high levels of vitamin C and it’s a good source of Vitamin K.  It packs in a host of beneficial nutrients: most minerals; cell protective anti-oxidants and phytonutrients; heart and gut protective suphraphane; dietary fibre for digestive health and choline for brain development...

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Beetroot and Avocado Breakfast Soup. Paleo, or Any Cuisine!

There’s a perfect solution for that ‘between’ season breakfast.  Breakfast smoothies are great in the warmer months, but what to do when mornings are still a bit (very?) chilly, and we’re wanting something warm and comforting  but quick and delicious to kick-start our day?  Oh, and transportable if possible! Hmm … So I put my taste buds to...

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Bare-Naked Broccoli and Feta Quiche (Crust-less)

Bare-naked and gorgeous, I love crust-less quiches; they take minutes to prepare and are nutrient-dense. And they don’t come simpler than this one: eggs, cheese and veggies, bound together with Greek yoghurt. A relaxed brunch or lunch dish, it’s equally good served hot or cold. For supper, scatter sliced tomatoes and finely sliced red onions over crisp...

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Potato and Celeriac Dauphiniose. Perfect solo, or partner with a roast or fish.

This is truly a marriage made in heaven.  Celeriac adds another dimension to a traditional dauphinoise, but you could replace it with sweet potato – or just more potato! Delicious and versatile – it’s a luxurious vegetarian main course, or a great side to pan-fried fish, succulent steak, aromatic roast lamb, or tender beef. Herbs and spices add yet...