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.
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In November 2013 I decided to eat a more varied selection of vegetarian food. I’m not vegetarian, but for now I only cook vegetarian at home.
If you’re like a lot of people you might think I’d be eating cauliflower cheese every day. You couldn’t be more wrong.
I came up with a routine – every weekend I pick up one of my many cookbooks (I think I have 300) and find 10-15 dishes I want to make the following week. That’s one way to stop your cookery books gathering dust!
I’ve also found a wealth of great recipes online. One particularly tasty dish from Ocado’s Recipe section (filter by Dietary: vegetarian) is Couscous, Sweet Potato and Edamame Salad with Citrus Basil Vinaigrette.