VEGETARIAN Cook’s Notes: If you have a little extra time, soak the rice in cold water for 30 minutes before you start cooking. This kick-starts the water absorption process so that when you cook the rice you end up with fluffy separate grains that are perfectly cooked and don’t stick together. Equipment: Sauté pan with […]
No more chasing after the ice-cream truck, make your own cool coconut banana ice cream and soft chewy chocolate chip cookies.
We made these burgers for an Action Against Hunger burger-themed supper club and they were such a hit that we knew we needed to share them with you. They’re so easy to make and the mix of quinoa, black beans, mushrooms and chilli is delicious. MAKES 6 LARGE BURGERS 1 red onion, finely chopped 2 […]
A tree-nut lover with a peanut allergy, Mike Duckworth started Nutcessity in Bristol in 2016 to make disruptive, natural nut butters. Mike says: Generally I’ll get up at 6 and put the kettle on, or check social media and e-mails (I’m trying to get better at taking it slower and planning the day). If I’m […]
Although spelt flour is best for this recipe, it also works with plain gluten-free flour. We tried other flours, including brown rice, buckwheat and coconut, but found they didn’t create the right fluffiness. Also, note that the dough does look quite thick, so don’t be surprised by that – it all comes together perfectly when […]
I just love how quick and easy falafels are to make whilst still tasting so delicious. You can add in anything and everything you like and there are so many ways to eat them. Pop them in a pitta, in a buddha bowl or just straight into a tub of hummus, the possibilities are endless. I’ve […]