The pod of a climbing orchid, vanilla originated in southern Mexico.
Fresh figs poached in a rich reduction of port wine, spices and orange zest. Served with honey-scented whipped 'sour' cream.
These meatballs are wonderful as a starter too. Fry them without stock, until completely cooked through.
An exciting taste to an old favourite.
A very easy dish from Crete.
Cauliflower is a magical vegetable. It can transform into oil-free creamy sauces and even replace meat. In this recipe, it’s the base for a creamy, cheesy queso sauce.
This is a really simple, yet very tasty cake. You can use rice flour or something other than wheat. You can also add chocolate chips and/or nuts.
These are great with a simple frosting of cocoa powder, powdered sugar and orange juice.
To make the dumpling wraps are easier than you think. You can also find ready-made wraps in the Asian store. They tend to be drier and harder than the homemade ones, but are also good to use.
This dish is so flavoursome that it will be enjoyed by everyone.
The abundant spices make this better than any restaurant curry I have tasted.
A rich, hearty filling topped with gorgeous root vegetable mash and zesty breadcrumbs for a super-crisp finish makes this dish really special.
This vegan loaf is packed with tons of flavour, thanks to miso-infused tofu, a pecan-mushroom stuffing and a soy-maple glaze.
These vegan corn burgers are packed with spices, herbs and a hit of lemon zest. A healthy and seriously satisfying snack.
One of the simplest soup recipe which you can whip up with few fresh or leftover veggies which you can grab from your kitchen. With little salt & pepper, you have yourself a bowl full of goodness.