A very easy curry which doesn't take a lot of effort to prepare. It is low GI so will leave you feeling fuller for longer. It is quite a dry curry when made, I like to serve it over brown rice and then the next day eat the remainder cold wrapped in a chapatti with some sour cream.
Very, very easy to double for large numbers of people. It can be served with rice or large flat breads for people to tear bits off and scoop up the curry.
It can be frozen once cooked and cooled and the vegetables can be subbed 6 chicken breasts if you so desire.
A great comfort food, my mum used to make flasks of this up when we went to watch bonfires. If we had it at home she fried slices of the cauli stalk to make cauli crisps to dip in the soup. This can be frozen for upto 1 month
A spicy curried soup which is warming and nourishing. Low fat and cheap to make this can be made in about 30 mins.
The coriander measurement is to taste, personally I hate the stuff and can only cope with 1 tbsp before it becomes unpleasant but if you want to add more - feel free.
I love falafel and it's so easy to make. We used to have a falafel hut in our town but it went to be replaced with all you can eat curry! Since then, I have been trying to recreate many of their imaginative falafel dishes.
These are quick and easy to make you can count this as one of your five a day and they can be frozen as well.
I stole this from a friend who is doing weight watchers. I didn't find much veggie inspiration in her books but this looked great. She told me I have to add this sentence in "3 weight watchers POINTS values per serving" whatever that means...