Vegan Ranch Dressing

Vegan Ranch Dressing Ranch dressing is a popular American condiment, it is a delicious sauce often used with pizzas, salads and wings. It typically contains buttermilk but I have made a plant-based, dairy-free vegan alternative. This vegan ranch dressing recipe combines plant-based yoghurt, vegan mayonnaise, lemon and herbs. My vegan ranch dressing recipe is easy…

Tahini Recipe

Tahini is a popular dressing, it is most commonly eaten in the Eastern Mediterranean region as well as North Africa, West Asia and South Caucasus. Personally, I started enjoying tahini when I was introduced to Lebanese cuisine. It has an earthy, nutty, bitter taste, it can be compared to nut butters but boasts its own uniqueness. You can enjoy tahini as a savoury condiment or as a dip. Personally, I like using it for my hummus recipe or even eating it with jam on toast (less traditional but amazing!). I hope you enjoy this easy tahini recipe!

Onion Bhajis

Onion Bhajis are essentially onion fritters that are seasoned with beautifully frangent spices. They are a popular side dish and starter in India, they can also be eaten as a snack. I decided to make this recipe to complete my Indian vegan “fakeaway”. This recipe would make a great side dish for my Rogan josh…

Vegan Bolognese Sauce

Pasta Bolognese has become a popular meal in many homes around the world. From humble beginnings, with the earliest recorded recipe being found near Bologna in the town of Imola, Italy, in the late 18th century. Traditionally it is a meat-based sauce (ragù) often made with a base of celery, carrots, onions, tomato sauce and wine. In…

Soft Pumpkin Cookies

These soft pumpkin cookies are perfect for the autumn season,  the delicate taste of cinnamon paired with a light coconut frosting make these cookies unlike any you have had before. If you make this dessert once, you sure to make it again. I hope you enjoy! Makes: 12 cookies. Ingredients: 260g flour 100g soft margarine…

Dal Recipe

Dal is an Indian lentil soup, it is a popular dish amongst Indian restaurants. This nutrient-dense dish is perfect for the autumn season as it is warm and hearty. You are sure to feel satiated from this high protein meal. I hope you enjoy my recipe. Ingredients: grated ginger 20g 1 diced onion 4 minced…