I love savoury breakfasts and this one was very tasty, quick and easy. The recipe just uses one tortilla and says it serves one/two, so I didn’t double it but just upped the beans to use a full tin and … Continue reading
I altered the ratio of some of the ingredients for this one because 2 quarts of stock seemed like far too much compared to the other quantities – I prefer my soups to be thick and hearty not watery. The … Continue reading
This was yet another recipe which was so much tastier than it sounded. Like many of the recipes, it uses one of the spice blends listed in the introduction to the book. It’s definitely worth allocating some time to making … Continue reading
This was a fabulous way to cook seitan – marinated in oil and spices then grilled with a really zingy herb sauce. I served it in soft corn tortillas (bought from the Cool Chile Co) and there are a couple … Continue reading
Love, I have sent you an e-mail asking for your address. The giveaway for the second book is coming up later in the month, so keep checking back.
This is yet another method of cooking tofu which was new to me. It was drained and pressed then marinated overnight in one of the Horizons spice blends and a few other bits and pieces then very simply roasted in … Continue reading
The chilaquiles are made with crushed up tortilla chips which I know give Tami the creeps but luckily for me I have no such qualms because this was delicious. I used Gimme Lean for the meat which I’d brought back … Continue reading