Vegans don’t need to miss out on the brunch fun! This gently spiced bowl food has fresh bursts of herbs, before being topped with paprika yogurt.
When I first became vegan back in 2006, I really missed creamy tomato soup. I created this simple version that uses just five ingredients, for when you just need that familiar, comforting bowl of soup.
This effortless pie looks rustic, tastes like autumn and takes just 30 minutes to put together – perfect for midweek suppers that all of the family will love.
If you thought hash browns couldn’t get any better, think again! This version combines all the flavours of classic colcannon mashed potatoes, but as a breakfast-friendly dish,
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!