Tag: vegetarian

Mediterranean veggie & haloumi skewers

Still trying to be as vegetarian as I can, family BBQ's would initially seem the most challenging, what with the assumption that a BBQ means red meat. Instead BBQ's are a great way to get some delicious grilled veggies as well as salads and sides that are vegetarian and often vegan too. These skewers were ...

Black rice & quinoa salad with lentils and heirloom tomatoes

A salad that can either be enough of a meal on it's own or do duty as a side, is filled with stacks of nutritious goodness, is easy to prepare AND tastes delicious: this is one of those salads. Label it as a superfood if you must, but the truth is that it really is ...

Going vegan: a year later.

Just over a year ago I threw myself into being vegan the same way I do any new thing: with great enthusiasm and lots of loud declarations. In the first couple of weeks my waist shrank and all the abdominal bloating I was used to disappeared. I felt like I had rebooted my digestive system ...

Mediterranean stuffed vegetables

There's a very traditional Croatian recipe for stuffed peppers called punjena paprika,Β literally translated to stuffed or filled capsicums, which are filled with a mix of mince meat and rice, some kind of smoked pork like speck or pancetta, lots of seasoning and is usually served with mashed potato. It's cooked in a tomato based broth ...

Mushroom & zucchini frittata with feta.

As a former egg hater it took frittata's to convince me that eggs were any good. I still don't eat them poached, scrambled, or fried, but a frittata packed with vegies will always be an ideal meal. After recently re-introducing eggs back into my diet this was the first thing I made, and the first ...

Spinach & ricotta stuffed portobello mushrooms

I was searching for something quick, easy, and delicious to serve alongside some BBQ the other day. Something vego that would not require too much effort on what was my lazy Sunday. And apart from a few minutes {literally, about two} spent softening the mushroom stems and one small shallot, these are as low effort ...

Mushroom rice paper rolls with garlic vinegar dipping sauce.

This dish was inspired by two things: the delicious mushroom spring rolls I recently tried at China Doll, and the heatwave conditions this Summer. Cooking dinner on a scorching hot day, even with the a/c working overtime, isn't fun. You want something that requires mere assembly rather than actual cooking, and rice paper rolls are ...

Ajo blanco

Cold soups are not usually the kind of thing I'd think of making, but every time my husband suggest one I end up loving it. Gazpacho is a regular thing in our house, especially as during the Summer we tend to have everything we need for it growing in the backyard. But this velvety pale ...

Mediterranean black bean salad

This salad is what happens when you start off making fattoush but want to leave out the bread, decide to add black beans, and then top with Greek feta. This is my most favourite kind of Summer eating, all spread out on a large platter and assembled in minutes. It's fresh and crunchy, light and ...

Good stuff on toast

By good stuff I mean a bit more than jam or honey. And by toast I mean some really good chewy sourdough, preferably with seeds, toasted until golden and crunchy. The kind of toast you need a knife and fork for. Maybe something you enjoy every morning, or maybe something you indulge in on holidays ...


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