Apparently, there's some kind of event coming up that involves scoffing loads of roasted stuff. This is a simple but quite fancy sauce that should go nicely with that sort of thing. It's quick enough to knock up when needed, as long as you've got an hour or two for it to cool before serving.
The people behind the classic vegan punk cookbook 'Soy, Not Oi!'* have got back together to produce a second part in honour of their friend and original SNO! contributor Joel, who sadly died earlier this year.
They're looking for contributions to the new book - anecdotes about the original SNO!, stories about Joel, special features on [...]
Another quick, cheap and easy recipe for a nice lunch or as part of a hearty winter banquet.
Serves one as a lunch (well, it does if you're like me and can happily devour a pint of soup) or two as a starter.
Knob of marg / 1-2 tsp oil
1/4 large onion, thinly sliced
1 clove garlic, finely [...]
This one's dead simple, dead quick and dead-free.
Recipe for 1 hearty appetite, scale down / up as needed.
100g pasta of your choice (I like conchiglie)
Knob of margarine or 1/2 - 1 tbs veg oil
1/4 large onion, thinly sliced
1 clove garlic, crushed
125g mushrooms, sliced (use chestnut mushies if possible)
60g shelled walnuts (pieces are fine)
2 tsp lemon [...]
Falafels have kept me alive and healthy when I've been visiting places where veganism is an almost unknown quantity. They've maintained me in a similar state even where veganism is well understood as they're one of the cheapest ultra-healthy foodstuffs you can buy. A pitta stuffed with falafel and salad is pretty much everything you [...]
I've been using this recipe, with various twists, for more than twenty years, and it's never let me down. I don't claim any credit for its creation. That goes to Amanda Sweet, author of the long-out-of-print Vegan Health Plan. If you can find this book second-hand, grab it. I'd rate it as one of the [...]
This is my own adaptation of one of my favourite comfort foods, the humble lentil dhal, made more sexy and substantial with the addition of a load of lovely veg. It goes great with plain basmati rice, a good leafy salad and maybe a chapati too. Don't be put off by the long list of [...]
Now's the time of year to start thinking about heartier foods, the kind of solid scran you need to get you through the long cold nights and grey days. Crumbles are ideal, and not just the sweet ones that you can pack with seasonal fruits (blackberries in particular are superb right now). This recipe provides [...]
This is another contribution from landysrock (cheers). Unfortunately, I don't like overly mustard-flavoured things (a teaspoon or so in a curry or stew is my limit) but, for those who do, it probably doesn't get much simpler than this unless you're squeezing some on a veggiedog.
Goes with anything! Serves 4-6.
600ml unsweetened soya milk
A good size [...]
If you've got the munchies and want a fairly quick and filling snack, these should fit the bill. They're a variation on the Indian pakora, but the addition of the buckwheat flour seems to make them both lighter and more substantial. If you don't have buckwheat flour, just replace it with extra chickpea flour. They're [...]