National Vegetarian Week is coming to and end, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop enjoying good veggie meals. Here are three mouth-watering recipes from the latest ocadolife magazine that even diehard meat eaters will love – including one dessert to sweeten the deal for afters.
Quick and easy, frittata makes a great midweek meal to whip up after a long day’s work. Adding goat’s cheese adds a creamy, tangy edge to this twist on the Spanish omelette.
In Scandinavia, celebrating midsummer (the summer solstice) almost rivals even Christmas. Traditional folk music is enjoyed, maypoles are decorated and danced around and, of course, plenty of good food is eaten.
For the first time ever, the UK is holding the Scandinavian Midsummer Feast to celebrate – a fantastic foodie event spanning Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st June in beautiful Somerset. Even better – we’ve teamed up with Peter’s Yard to give you the chance to win two tickets to it, plus an overnight stay at the luxury Treehouse at Harptree Court. Find out how to enter blow.
It’s veggie bangers and mash, today: the 7-Day Vegetarian Menu suggests Vegetables in Disguise Lincolnshire Sausages, but you could use any of your favourite vegetarian sausages. You could also swap the broccoli for your favourite greens, and add vegetarian gravy for the ultimate bangers and mash experience.
Tomorrow we’re going east: visit us again for a fantastic tofu and noodle stir fry recipe.
UPDATE: Sorry, all our veggie bundles have been harvested. Keep your eyes peeled for our next giveaway…
It’s National Vegetarian Week this week: to celebrate, we’re giving away 500 FREE vegetarian food bundles. Each includes seven veggie-friendly products, together worth over £18. Read on to find out more…
Tortelli are delicious by themselves, but this recipe takes them to the next level, with chunky vegetables and toasted pine nuts for extra flavour and texture.
Today’s recipe features those tender little Italian potato dumplings, gnocchi.
The Vegetarian Week Challenge begins today, but where to start? Nutritionist Anita Bean has designed a fantastic seven-day menu to get you inspired, with suggestions for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks for each day. Visit our blog every day this week for new recipes.
Decided which recipe from yesterday’s post to try, yet? We can’t wait to make the Thai fish curry, ourselves.
Luckily for us, guest blogger Zeren Wilson is on hand to help us pair different fish dishes with the right wine. Read on to discover her brilliant tips, plus four wines to go with yesterday’s recipes as suggested by Julian Twaites (our very own wine buyer).