A warming vegetarian supper inspired by Thai jungle curry from ” Dominique’s Kitchen” by Dominique Woolf. Serve with rice, and extra chillies if wished.
A quick and simple soup from ” The Hidden Hut” by Simon Stallard.
A super tasty vegetable soup with Thai influences, and perfect after a bracing walk. Its from ” The Hidden Hut” by Simon Stallaed.
A seasonal soup from ” The Weekend Cook” by Angela Hartnett.
A Indian recipe from ” New Covent Garden Book of Soups”.
A favourite recipe from ” New Covent Garden Book of Soups ” with influences from Lesotho and Trinidad. They used to sell this soup in cartons but I havent seen it for many years and have to make my own at home.
A Pintxo recipe which serves 6 as a starter or side dish from ” Basque” by Jose Pizarro . When you cook broad beans for a long tiome they become very soft and nutty. If you buy the broad beans when they are very young you will not need to double pod the beans, but you can also use frozen broad beans.
A seasonal Middle Eastern recipe which I found in Delicious magazine. The lamb, onions and herbs can be cooked in advance and frozen, but its best to cook and add the rhubarb when you are ready to serve.
A new recipe from one of my favourite food writers- Nigel Slater
A vegetarian noodle dish with Eastern European influences. Be patient when you are frying the onions- they need to be caramelised slowly so do not be tempted to rush them. My supermarket had no fresh egg noodles but they did have Lentil Protein Noodles and they worked well. Don’t be put of by the long list of ingredients- its quite easy to prepare. The recipe is from ” Mezcla” by Ixta Belfrage and is so good i will make it on repeat.
A one pan vegetarian version of this famous pasta dish. Its from ” Flavour” by Yotam Ottolenghi and Ixta Belfrage.
A vibrant bowl of food from ” The Little Swedish Kitchen” by Rachel Khoo.
This recipe is from ” The Borough Market Cookbook” by Ed Smith.
A simple but classic Mushroom Soup from New Covent Garden ” Book of Soups”.
A simple and fresh tasting soup from the New Covent Garden ” Book of Soups”.