This vegetarian moussaka is from the Cornucopia Cookbook – just minus the lentils and with a slight change to the spices used. I love it. Hope you do too.
This is one of the old twimii recipes. It’s good and very very rich – definitely a diet-be-damned dessert. Also I made a gluten free biscuit base this time. Enjoy!
In case you didn’t know Parmesan isn’t vegetarian. Real Parmesan cheese uses animal rennet. However there are vegetarian versions of Parmesan and I used one in this recipe called Gran Kinara. If you’re not vegetarian you can easily substitute Parmesan or Grana Padano. If you’re vegetarian and can’t find Gran Kinara there is a link to the Vegetarian Society of Ireland below where you can find out about alternatives.
This is a very hearty vegan soup, very filling and nutritious and just what you want on a cold winter’s evening. Have some in a comfy chair by a good roaring fire – or a heater, whatever you’ve got. Enjoy it.
This is a gluten-free version of the Levantine dish Tabbouleh. I love this salad. I love the mix of mint, parsley and lemon. It’s so fresh and it tastes like it’s doing you good as you eat it.
This is yummy soup – very full of fat though, even though it’s vegetarian. So I don’t make it too often but I really enjoy it when I do. If you like a good mix of sharp and creaminess you should love this too.
This is both an abitmoreveg recipe and an update of an old twimii recipe. It’s a milky mash of potato, courgette and onion topped with crisped dillisk. It’s a big bowl of comfort. And yes the seaweed does really add to the taste – search it out, it’s worth it.
If you like that liquorice/aniseed flavour you should like this. It’s very rich and has the texture of gingerbread, The raspberry ganache is also very full on flavour. And they are both also packed with butter – definitely a diet-be-damned recipe. Hope you like it.
So this is the original liquorice cake. It was such a nightmare to make. Really. You’ve no idea. It was … Anyway, it did taste good – in the end. I’m not too sure how correct this is but I decided to post it because… the voices are telling me to… Happy Halloween everyone!!!
The name Bitter Toffee Pecan Pie might be a bit misleading here; it’s not a Pecan Pie and it’s not really bitter it’s just that the molasses and Greek Yoghurt adds a certain sharpness to the taste. And there are a lot of pecan nuts in the thing – particularly in the new gluten-free biscuit base option.