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    This is a nice warming soup - I had it with thick slices of sourdough bread, which complimented it nicely

    Recipe #111071

    Simple, healthy and tasty - adapted from Linda Majzlik 'A Vegan Taste of India'

    Recipe #105780

    This recipe is a light, refreshing soup perfect for spring and summer. I am not one for creamy things, and this is not rich at all. It is adapted from (Butterbean and Herb Cream Soup)

    Recipe #104869

    Dhal is one of my most favourite dishes of all time, being a poor uni student and all. You can use yellow or green split peas, lentils, split mung beans or split chickpeas, and use any combination of the following spices: cumin, coriander, cardamom, chilli, turmeric, mustard seeds, cayenne, paprika, aesephotida (hing), fenugreek or tamarind paste. You can always add other vegetables to it as well, for example, cooked mashed pumpkin, potato chunks, chopped spinach, cooked whole chickpeas (or other beans), eggplant and sweet potato. I always eat this over brown rice. Apparantly this is a great dish for diabetics

    Recipe #106270

    I adapted this recipe off a fellow vegan and it is just delicious! It is similar to Indian dhal, but it works extremely well with barley or couscous. Very tasty!

    Recipe #105297

    This is a staple meal in my home, full of nutrition and flavour, but not costly. I think it is Indian. Garnish with some sliced spring onion, fresh coriander and sliced chilli and serve with an Indian style cucumber and tomato salad for a complete meal!

    Recipe #105103

    It costs a lot of money for a decent bottle of pasta sauce - so I thought I would have a go at making my own to freeze. It tastes yummy

    Recipe #111365

    This is a colourful and attractive dish that is both delicious and healthy.

    Recipe #107541

    Another favourite for flavour and cheapness. You can add other herbs if you prefer. It is yum with dark rye bread and a salad. The thicker the better and it tastes even nicer the next day!

    Recipe #106271

    I find that the only hummus that tastes good is from the health food shop - and they are soooo expensive! So I decided to make my own, coz chickpeas are so cheap - and I concocted something pretty special!

    Recipe #105974

    If you love ice cream - this is a healthy vegan alternative. You always use a frozen banana as a base for vegan ice cream, but you can use any frozen fruit that you want - mango, raspberries, strawberries, peaches etc... You could also add dates, orange juice or maple syrup if you want it to be sweeter

    Recipe #106606

    I tried this dish at a very reputable vegetarian restaurant - liked the concept but did not like the flavourings. So I thought I would make my own... It is sort of like an alternative shepherds pie but vegan! I served it with steamed broccoli and roasted potatoes - Enjoy!

    Recipe #107850

    I love tomatoes, so I made this up when tomatoes were really cheap. It is good to freeze too

    Recipe #113957

    A healthy, tasty way to eat mixed vegetables! I have it over brown rice. You could use any vegetable you want, but I have listed the combination that I use.

    Recipe #113738

    This soup really does look like green velvet. It is from Fat Free and Easy by Jennifer Raymond. Although the soup seems odd, it is really lovely and cleansing.

    Recipe #112283

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