Blog Posts - Vegetarian Dishes



Gluten-free Shortbread Recipe

Gluten-free Shortbread Recipe Delicious, simple and totally more-ish, this is a brilliant gluten-free shortbread recipe that’s always a crowd pleaser.  I make these all year round- although in Australia it’s customary to have these most...
by iddle peeps on Aug 1, 2016

Creamy Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Creamy Spinach and Artichoke Dip This creamy spinach and artichoke dip is a delicious, easy and nutritious dip – taking just minutes to prepare.  It’s gluten free and is a fantastic accompaniment to vegetables, meats and crackers.  It c...
by iddle peeps on Jun 29, 2016

Mini Leek, Cheese and Rocket Frittatas

by iddle peeps on Jun 21, 2016

Gooey Cheese and Tomato Pastries

Gooey Cheese and Tomato Pastries These are one of those classic and scrumptious food combinations… for very good reason!  The crunchy puff pastry, combined with the gooey tangy cheese and nutritious roasted tomato plus the fresh basil makes yo...
by iddle peeps on Jun 2, 2016

Homemade Toasted Muesli

Homemade Toasted Muesli Homemade Muesli is one of those things that you don’t truly appreciate the value of, until you are tasting it.  Store bought muesli is often packed with sugars and nasties that you can easily bypass by making this yours...
by iddle peeps on Jun 1, 2016

Gingerbread Biscuits

Gingerbread Biscuits Soft, chewy and truly scrumptious.  These gingerbread biscuits (cookies) are a simple, fun and delicious zingy treat that can also easily be gluten-free (simply substitute the flour for gluten-free flour).  They’re eas...
by iddle peeps on May 23, 2016

Umami Aubergine Bites

I know we are not even half way through the year yet but I have found my go-to ingredient already for 2016 and it’s just come onto the market via Clearspring.  It is an Umami paste flavoured with chilli or ginger. During an event they...
by how to cook good fpod on May 11, 2016

Rose Lemonade Scones

I went to a film preview a couple of weeks ago in Soho. It’s a British film called The Golden Years (Banks, Bowls and Bingo). I imagine you get what it’s about from the name but here’s a quick summary of it. Read on to get my rose l...
by how to cook good fpod on Apr 28, 2016

Organic Breakfast Parfaits for #WakeuptoOrganic

These organic breakfast parfaits were the second of three recipes which I demonstrated at The Natural Organic Products Europe exhibition at The ExCel last weekend. I have been working with The Organic Trade Board and The Soil Association for the laun...
by how to cook good fpod on Apr 24, 2016

Wake Up To Organic 2016 Breakfast – Cool Green Smoothie

The launch for Wake Up To Organic 2016 has begun and I am on board, in association with The Soil Association and The Organic Trade Board to bring you some achievable ways to make the switch to organic products at your breakfast table, starting with m...
by how to cook good fpod on Apr 10, 2016

Balsamic Roasted Pepper and Goats Cheese Salad

This Balsamic Roasted Pepper and Goats Cheese Salad is one of my favourite salads of all time.  The sweet, hot roasted red pepper is complimented by the creamy, tart goats cheese… this is a delicious meal and so simple and nutritious, too! I s...
by iddle peeps on Apr 7, 2016

Vegan Supergreen Meatballs with a Bay & Lemon Sauce

*In collaboration with Schwartz* If there is one thing I would find it hard to do without in the kitchen apart from salt, it would have to be herbs and spices. They play a major part in my recipes and I love to have my store cupboard fully stock...
by how to cook good fpod on Mar 29, 2016

Easter Caramel Meringue Nests

Easter has come early this year and work has been busy, which means that I haven’t had a huge amount of time to prepare for it, cook anything special or bake a couple of batches of hot cross buns. Luckily enough, the theme for my baking class l...
by how to cook good fpod on Mar 24, 2016

Paddy Cooks… Lemon, Ricotta and Pea Linguine

    The 8-year-old kid chef has been back in the kitchen this week – several times, in fact. Keen to hone his skills and to continue making good, tasty food for the family, he decided to create this recipe. We are certainly not compla...
by Larger Family Life on Jan 19, 2016

Spice Roasted Cauliflower, Chickpea Salad

Spice Roasted Cauliflower , Chickpea Salad with mint smoked almonds and pepitas Have you got someone funny in your family? By funny I mean sometimes predictable, always quirky and that person that just makes you roll your eyes and chuckle because tha...
by My Kitchen Stories on Nov 25, 2015

Raw Sprout Clementine Cranberry Stilton & Walnut Winter Salad

At this time of year there are always certain ingredients that appear and there are certain recipes they will be used for. Think sprouts, walnuts, clementines, cranberries, Stilton cheese. I have been making a real effort to use these ingredients in...
by how to cook good fpod on Nov 17, 2015

Halloween Pumpkin Layer Cake

Just in the nick of time, I have managed to both bake and decorate a Halloween pumpkin layer cake to take along to a friend’s Halloween/Trick or Treat party. The four layer sponge is sandwiched with vanilla buttercream and home made bramble jam...
by how to cook good fpod on Oct 30, 2015

Pumpkin Pear & Amaretto Trifle

This pumpkin, pear and Amaretto trifle wasn’t supposed to be my next post. I had made what I thought to be the most fantastic caramel apple pie with crisp, short pastry and layers of softly baked apples. But noooooo, I forgot to add flour to th...
by how to cook good fpod on Oct 8, 2015

Bee’s Vanilla Cookie Dough & Baking Masterclass

Summer holidays with the children are always greatly improved by having lots to do. I love meeting up with friends, having picnics, day trips with no set time to be back home and later starts in the morning. Now that the children are older I find the...
by how to cook good fpod on Aug 5, 2015

Char-grilled Mediterranean Vegetable salad with Avocado Caesar Dressing

If there is one thing I never tire of, it is a summer salad. I sometimes question if a salad is really a recipe or is it more of a compilation of ingredients that do not actually highlight any cooking skill? There are times when I don’t really...
by how to cook good fpod on Jul 24, 2015


Trending Topics

Close