Kale, butternut squash, and sun-dried tomato frittata

What better way to brighten your day than with a bit of vibrant yummy cooking. I am a huge advocate of the butternut squash, as you may have already read from other posts. Here I have used it alongside another autumnal vegetable, kale. I like to roast the butternut squash before I combine it withContinue reading “Kale, butternut squash, and sun-dried tomato frittata”

Vegetable chilli with baked eggs

One of the first things I learnt to cook was my Mum’s chilli con carne. It is simple but delicious and a firm family favourite. Ever since I stopped eating meat I have been experimenting with this recipe to come up with something new. I haven’t found any alternatives to minced meat that I enjoyContinue reading “Vegetable chilli with baked eggs”

Roasted, stuffed butternut squash

For me, the best way to cook and enjoy butternut squash is to roast it. The glistening soft orange flesh with golden roasted edges is perfection. But of course, the task of peeling the crocodile-like tough skin is quite time-consuming. This recipe came to me as a result of laziness. I chopped a small butternutContinue reading “Roasted, stuffed butternut squash”

Chunky butternut squash, tomato and chickpea soup

We have returned to England, and I couldn’t be happier. After living in Nice for 5 months, it was the right time to come back home. I love this time of year, the nights are drawing in and the autumn leaves of red and gold are falling from the trees. It is the time ofContinue reading “Chunky butternut squash, tomato and chickpea soup”

Chickpea and coriander burgers

There is nothing quite like a summer time BBQ, the sun is shining and the drinks are flowing with good company enjoying great food. Having said that, ever since I stopped eating meat I have been quite wary of BBQ’s. I am not a fan of Quorn or frozen vegetarian burgers, but unfortunately they tendContinue reading “Chickpea and coriander burgers”

Spicy vegetable chickpea pancake

A trip to Nice would not be complete without enjoying a portion of socca served with a glass of Rosé. I was first introduced to this chickpea flour and olive oil crêpe, during my first trip to Nice over 3 years ago. It has a rich, toasted chickpea flavour that is neither sweet nor savoury.Continue reading “Spicy vegetable chickpea pancake”