vegan kedgeree

Rice (1-2 cups, precooked)
Almond-nut tofu (3/4 block, can sub for smoked fish substitute, smoked tofu, or similar)
Peas (1/2-1 cup)
Vegetable stock (3 tbsp)
Soya cream (1 tsp, optional)
Turmeric (1/4 tsp)
Chili (small sprinkle)
Lemon juice (small squeeze)
Salt & pepper

Lentils (brown are a nice addition), other veggies, vegan egg substitute, meat substitutes, curry powder.

Fry tofu in small pieces until browned.
Add in rice and peas and stir.
Add spices, stock, lemon juice, etc and mix.
Serve when everything is combined, cooked and heated through! I like it with ketchup


piri piri pasta

Onion (1 red, sliced thin)
Broccoli (1/2 head, in florets)
Spinach (2 handfuls, or as much as you want)
Soy pieces (can use seitan, vegan meats, etc)
Spaghetti (or any other pasta, as much as you want)
Piri piri spices (4 tsp, adjust to taste)
Soya cream (3 tbsp, or as much as you want)
Olive oil

Courgette, green beans, any veggies, spices, etc

Soak soy pieces in warm water until softened and marinade in 2 tsp of piri piri spices and a little olive oil. Fry these separately in a pan to keep them crisp, add them into the pasta last.
Fry onion and broccoli until browned and tender (add a little water to help steam broccoli).
Add in piri piri spices and fry for a few minutes, then add the spinach to wilt.
Add in the soya cream and stir until everything is incorporated. Season to taste and serve with the pasta of your choice.

easy tomato and chickpea sauce

Tomato puree/passata (1 can/carton)19858754_10212963283652449_774805549_n
Chickpeas (1 can, rinsed)
Garlic powder (1/2 tsp)
Paprika (1.5 tsp)
Cayenne pepper (1/2 tsp)
Cajun spices (1/2 tsp)

Other herbs, and spices, onion, veggies, etc

Simply add all ingredients into a pot and leave on medium/low heat until cooked through. Season to taste and serve with pasta, potatoes, wraps, etc!

Pictured: Sauce served with spaghetti and and easy vegan parmesan

cheap chocolate sauce

Cocoa powder (1 heaped tsp)
Sugar (1-3 tsp, as sweet as you want)
Water (1-3 tbsp, depends on preferred consistency)

Peanut oil, coconut oil, coffee, syrup, vegan butter, soya milk, other flavourings

Add all ingredients into pot and stir over low heat until everything is incorporated and the sugar is dissolved.

olive pesto

Green olives (a small handful- depends how much pesto you want – I used pimento)
Sunflower seeds (1-2 tbsp)
Garlic powder (1/2 tsp)
Garlic (1-2 cloves, crushed)
Italian herbs (1-2 tsp)
Olive oil (1-3 tsp)
Salt and pepper

Fresh herbs, basil, oregano, marjoram, sun-dried tomatoes, cashews, pine nuts

Blend all ingredients together until combined and paste-like. Adjust seasoning and flavour to taste. Serve with pasta, on bruschetta, in a sandwich, whatever!

garlic croutons

Bread (2 slices cut into small cubes, or however much you want – using this vegan protein bread from MyProtein is very tasty and adds more protein to your salad)
Garlic (1-2 cloves, minced)
Olive oil (1-2 tsp)
Salt & pepper

Garlic powder, basil, oregano, other herbs

Dry fry the cubes until a little browned, then add salt, pepper, garlic and oil. Mix and fry until browned, crispy and garlicy.

simple oat cookies

Leftover oat pulp from making oat milk (recipe here)
Maple syrup (about 1 tbsp)
Chocolate chips (as many as you like)
Flour (I used oat flour, but I’m sure regular flour is fine)

Raisins, coconut sugar, vanilla, nuts, flax seed

Simply mix everything together and form into cookies. Bake until crisp on top.
It’s best to make these immediately after making oat milk so that the pulp is still wet.
To play around with the texture add more flour, a flax egg, etc.

easy stir fry

Onion (1 sliced thin)
Pepper (1/2, any colour, sliced thin)
Cauliflower (as much as you want)
Carrots (1 large, sliced thin)
Cabbage (as much as you like, sliced thin)
Mushrooms (as many as you like)
Noodles (whichever you prefer, as much as you like)
Sesame oil
Soy sauce

Any vegetables you like, chopped however you like, vegan meat substitutes, fresh garlic, fresh ginger, fresh coriander

Cook noodles according to packet, drain and mix with a little sesame oil.
Fry veg until cooked and add a little soy sauce.
Mix with noodles and add soy sauce, sesame oil, salt and pepper to taste.