My hubby loves hummus and he could pretty much eat it with anything! We tried making it a few times without success and resorted to buying it from then on. However, a few months ago, we made it for a large group of people and it went down a treat, so I thought I'd try it at home. It wasn't the same as the stuff in supermarkets but it was nice! I'd definitely make it again.Read More
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This recipe makes what I call, a brownie in a pot. It doesn't take long to make, the method is easy and it tastes delicious.
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I came across a recipe, which I made, enjoyed and later changed to create this delicious dessert, which is quick and easy to make.
Read on to get the recipe for this delicious chocolatey, nutty dessert, which takes less than 30 minutes to make.Read More
What is Shrikhand?
Some describe it as a dessert which transforms ordinary yoghurt into a delicacy. Others think of it as anything from a standard feature of Sunday meals, part of a festive menu, as well as faraal (fasting) food.
Where does Shrikhand come from?
Shrikhand can be found in the western Indian states of Maharashtra and Gujarat. It is often served during Maharashtrian and Gujarati weddings. So in this case, it's viewed as a 'rich' dessert.
Read on to find out why I made it and how it turned out.Read More
Andrea is a secondary school teacher in London. She teaches computing and has been vegan for over 25 years.
She enjoys cooking and loves cookery books. One of Andrea's strengths lies in her creativeness. She experiments and enjoys trying new ways of making things!
Andrea has been working on making a great vegan Tiarmisu, and now that she's done it, she has been kind enough to share then recipe with us.
I want to tell you about an eBook, which I've created just for you. It's called The Way to a Vegan's Heart: Delicious Recipes to Help You Eat Well, Cook Quickly and Feel Content. You guessed it! It's full of quick and easy recipes.Read More
There are only a few 'Indian sweets' which I like and this is one of them. It's called Magaj in Gujarat and is known as Besan Ladoo in Maharashtra. The only difference between the two is that Magaj is usually cut in to squares and Besan Ladoo is moulded in a spheres.Read More
This Shaak (curried beans) is simple, filling and quick to make. It involves minimal preparation and tastes delicious.
I've never really mixed curried beans with hummus before but it actually turned out to be really tasty! The grated carrots, cucumber and cherry tomatoes complimented it really well.
What on earth do vegans eat?
Have you ever overheard someone tell a vegan or vegetarian that they must find it really hard to eat? Perhaps you've heard the question '...but what do you make and do you find it hard to eat out?'
Read on to find out how easy it is to make a 3 course vegan mealRead More
My brother-in-law came over last night and although dinner was delicious; I wasn't content. I wanted to offer some sort of dessert. I had a look through some recipes and used them to create this yummy delight! I'm so glad I did, because it was quick and satisfying!Read More
This is my second attempt at making a chocolate chip cupcake. I was disheartened after my first try because although they looked amazing they tasted really doughy and they weren't very moist. I used a different recipe this time and was super chuffed! These cupcakes were delicious, moist, sweet but not too sweet, they didn't take long to make, and all the ingredients were easy to find.Read More