This one is as creamy as a soup can get! It has buttery and smokey potatoes cooked in milk and vegetable stock, it has broccoli and gooey Cheddar. Make it creamier and you get … mashed potatoes.
Or smoothness in a soup bowl, if you want. And on top of the broccoli and cauliflower, we brought into the mixture one potato and some celery boiled everything in vegetable stock and didn’t forget to spice the whole thing. It’s vegan, it’s smooth, and it’s for you.
Potato stew. Who wouldn’t love it? But next time when you are up for some, try using sweet potatoes along with the white ones. They will clearly bring something new to the stew! And in order to flavor it further, add leek, beef stock, tomato paste, and herbs.
Do you have 5 minutes? This is the amount of time you need to prepare a simple and nutritious mushroom puree. Just puree the mushrooms together with cream cheese and spike things up a little with lemon juice, garlic powder, and salt. That’s all there is to it.
Why don’t you try this smooth white bean puree? You can flavor it with tahini, thyme, garlic, and even beef stock. And you can pair it with a thick onion and tomato sauce, which you can generously spice with paprika and turmeric. Yummy!
Try your hand at this chickpea puree with roasted chili peppers. It was inspired to us by the Arabic cuisine. It’s not vegetarian because of the beef stock, so now you know what ingredient you want to skip in order to make this dish, not only a vegetarian, but a vegan one.
Not all spaghetti dishes truly belong to Italian cuisine. However, this spaghetti was indeed inspired to us by the “cucina italiana”. We could have used pecorino, but instead, we’ve settled for parmesan. Either way, this is not a vegetarian dish. Unless you use rennet-free cheese.
White beans, tomatoes, carrot, and greenies, all cooked on the stove in beef and vegetable stock, spiked with chili, garlic, and onion, and flavored with fresh basil. This may be your next stew! It is easy on your stomach and if you want to make it vegetarian just ditch the beef stock. That’s all.
This recipe comes to us right from Indian cuisine. Follow us and you’ll get instant pickled lemon which you can serve as a sauce or even eat as a side-dish. Usually, Indians add a lot more spices and nothing can stop you to do exactly that. You can preserve this for up to 3-4 months, just to be sure. Just so you know, those spices are really doing their job!
Today’s main course brings generously spiced baked potatoes and lemony tuna mixed with sweet corn, cherry tomatoes, and spring onion. We’ve spiced them potatoes with tarragon, curry, and garlic, but this shouldn’t stop you from adding other spices. And please, use just olive oil, this time.