A pasta alla norma can be wonderful thing. A simple tomato sauce with some well cooked aubergine. What’s not to like? Traditional recipes can be a faff, calling for rinsing, salting and/or frying the aubergine. Felicity Cloake’s recipe actually calls for baking half and frying half the aubergine. No, just no.
Monthly archives: June 2019
Pasta really does make such a simple mid-week dinner. It’s hearty and carby and the leftovers travel well – what more do you need? True to it’s name, Ottolenghi Simple is filled with interesting and achievable mid-week pasta recipes. One such recipe, is the gigli with chickpeas and za’atar. People […]
After making the recent decision to adopt a veganish diet, I have been browsing a lot of books for inspiration. Anna Jones’ three books (so far) are always a good start for plant-based eating. Lots of delicious and relatively fuss-free recipes. The only criticism is that some of the portion […]
Meera’s regular guardian column, The New Vegan is such a treasure of trove of plant-based recipes that I have had a lot more hits than misses from. A few weeks ago, Meera posted the recipe for this cauliflower, beetroot and asparagus salad with a miso and mustard dressing.