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This is one of my favourite soup recipes. Not too many calories in the soup (only use a minimum amount of cheese on the baguette if you’re watching your weight), and the taste is outstanding. You can make this soup in less than an hour and it freezes well. It’s great as a starter, lunch or a warming supper dish in the winter.
Tweet Just had another bread baking session. Thought I’d try out a new variation of soda bread. As usual, I went into self sufficiency mode, checked out the store cupboard and decided that honey and walnuts might be a nice combination. Here’s the recipe for the Walnut and Honey Soda Bread: Ingredients 8 oz (225g) [...]
Tweet Mosey on down to Sandhya’s Kitchen for the latest edition of My Legume Love Affair. You’ll find my Winter Chickpea Salad and PLENTY more awesome vegetarian legume recipes. Some picks of the many interesting recipes include: Baked edamame (green soy bean) fritters from Talmalapaku Thai Eggplant and Lentil Curry from RAWK me! It’s raining [...]
Tweet This summer chickpea salad is actually formed on a really similar base to the winter chickpea salad recipe but the use of fresh raw ingredients instead of the cooking completely changes its character. While the winter salad was warming with the ginger and comforting with the cooked garlic and roasted veggies, this summer salad [...]
We have a very simple Mushroom Onion Recipe for Au Jus that you can use on just about any entree. This recipe for au jus has no type of meat based broth.
Tweet This is a lovely winter salad that makes great use of leftovers from a veggie roast. I still had a whole lot of chickpeas leftover from my last attempt at cooking dry chickpeas and had done a big veggie roast the night before (something I recommend doing weekly just so I can have roast [...]