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    This is a great dish if you are new to tofu. The strong flavours of the marinade and pineapple help hide the tofu taste and the tofu itself crisps up nicely. If fresh pineapple is out of season use tinned instead.

    Recipe #202447

    The stickiness of rice noodles makes them great for moulding into cakes. Top with a peanut sauce and some veg and you have a quick meal. To save more time use a bag of stir fry mixed veg.

    Recipe #202445

    Possibly the best named dessert ever, sadly I can't take credit for it - it's from Fiction restaurant in London. Strawberries and balsamic vinegar? The Horror. . . The Horror. . .

    Recipe #202441

    A delicious gravy that really adds flavour to dishes. It is particularly good for vegetable based dishes. It can be made ahead and stored overnight.

    Recipe #202440

    An unusual pie in that the pastry and the filling are mixed together. Works very well for picnics and pot lucks.

    Recipe #202431

    Very quick and simple idea for Halloumi. Serves very well with a herb salad or salad of bitter leaves such as radichio and rocket.

    Recipe #202429

    These little bakes nests of spaghetti are really simple but look very impressive when served up. Fill them with your favourite roasted veg or meats

    Recipe #202400

    These little pancakes can be filled with whatever veg you want. I keep meaning to try them as mac and cheese cakes but never get round to it, if you try it let me know how it is.

    Recipe #202401

    My niece calls this angel vegetables because the egg white looks like a halo on top of the broccoli it makes an interesting side dish for a formal meal.

    Recipe #202399

    An ideal supper or brunch dish for two.

    Recipe #202398

    A hearty dish that comes from Fiction vegetarian restaurant in London. Its ideal served as a vegetarian main with my Chestnut and bay leaf gravy.

    Recipe #202397

    The dipping sauce is fierce! Be careful start with a little and work up. If you have any left it can be kept in a jar in the fridge for up to 1 week. These also go well with bottles sweet chilli sauce.

    Recipe #202395

    A great cheap midweek meal. Dried soya mince (sometimes known as TVP) can be found in most supermarkets very cheaply. These make a crispy morsel which is chewy on the inside and are divine served with sweet chilli sauce

    Recipe #202392

    An unusual dish, this soup is placed in individual dishes and baked in the oven with a pastry top.

    Recipe #202292

    A tasty combo sweet veg and salty cheese. These can be frozen at the end of step 3. Store them in greaseproof paper between layers and defrost before cooking.

    Recipe #202291

    You can marinate the paneer cheese the day before to save time if using this as a party nibble. Make sure you eat them as close to cooking as you can as they firm up on cooling

    Recipe #202289

    Once made this can be stored for up to 2 days and goes very well with new potato roasties or crudités

    Recipe #202286

    roasted new potatoes are great for serving as appetisers. Serve these with cocktail sticks stuck in and a small bowl of parmesan or sea salt for dipping them in.

    Recipe #202284

    Crunchy cakes that even sprout haters will love! Serve with a good dollop of soured cream.

    Recipe #202282

    A macrobiotic diet means followers try to keep food as natural as possible. Simple choices and simple ways of cooking. I tried this rice in Cranks restaurant and later got the recipe from one of their books. although simple it is very delicious and wholesome.

    Recipe #202280

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