Mushrooms may not be for everyone, but we certainly love them in all shapes and varieties. They add a depth of flavour to vegetable dishes like no other ingredient.
Make beautiful homecooked meals from recipes that are tested, eaten by us and easy to follow. Cook real food as part of a sustainable and healthy lifestyle.
Spaghetti and Meatballs in an all-time favourite in our house, I'm sure the family won't mind eating this Italian favourite at least once a week. However, as we're working to reduce the amount of meat we eat every week as part of a sustainable diet, it's no longer a weekly option.
This Thai inspired dish combines beautiful vegetables with a well-rounded sauce, giving you a hint of sweetness. It?s then topped with cashew nuts that deliver a burst of flavour.
I'll never forget the first time I had a Katsu Curry, it was a few years ago at a Wasabi in London and since then we've been hooked. It's something I just have to have every time we go into town, which isn't that often anymore given our current lockdown protocol.
I received two beautiful Spanish Avocados with my Riverford veg box this week, so we'll be making Guacamole. I mean when life hands you avocados... you know the rest.
The French have taken claim to this classic recipe, but the origins are somewhat of a mystery with some claiming it's from Germany and was adopted by the French, where it became very popular. Let's just say it's a classic European dish that feels somewhat opulent, even though it is…
Homemade shortcrust pastry or pie crusts are super easy to make, it takes only a few minutes and you know exactly what you?ve put in it. Buying shortcrust pastry sheets can mean that you are using palm oil for e.g. Jus-Roll, a common brand in the UK uses palm oil in their shortcrust pastry sheets along with alcohol, margarine and sugar.
Italy is one of my favourite places on planet earth, it's a country where you can truly lose yourself in a mound of food, emerging on the other side with a very large smile on your face. Italians cook to please the soul.
Sometimes called Chilli Sin Carne (chilli without meat), this vegetarian chilli is a great vegetarian or even vegan alternative to the traditional beef Chilli Con Carne. You can make the recipe your own and experiment with substituting ingredients such as the sweet potato and carrot for butternut.