Unlike other many other noodle dishes, Singapore noodles are less greasy to eat and have a hint of spice. This dish is ready in under 15 minutes, for when you just fancy some spicy, veg-packed noodles.
Everyone loves a warm dough ball (or two), served with lashings of garlic butter for that all-important dipping. This tear-and-share version is simple to make with store cupboard ingredients, and is set to be a real crowd-pleaser!
These hot, loaded tortilla chips are perfect for sharing as an appetizer, or as a cheeky snack. Melted vegan cheese, green chillies, tangy gherkins and meaty little slices of sundried tomatoes top freshly baked tortilla chips; serve with chive mayonnaise for a cooling dip.
Cannoli are classic Italian sweet snacks, with a sweet case, creamy filling and pistachios. The tubes can be quite tricky to make, so I’ve created this cheat’s version, using baked mini tortilla wraps, flavoured with cinnamon sugar.
There’s nothing more comforting than no-meat balls and a classic marinara sauce. Serve with egg-free spaghetti or loaded into sub rolls for the ultimate hot sandwich.
Oven-baked, spiced, and easy to make – could an Indian-style classic be any more tempting?