Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Vegan
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Highlights include roasted cauliflower with chickpeas, spring greens, lemon and tahini; crispy gnocchi with mushrooms, squash and sage (gnocchi in the oven, who knew? we see what they did there) and the pesto lasagne – we’ve made this latter recipe many times now for friends and family, and it has never gone wrong.
Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Vegan By Richard Makin Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Vegan By Richard Makin
This volume, which, by the way, is cutely dinky, also includes the most foolproof hummus recipe we’ve ever encountered.Then flip to the back and there’s a section for conserves, fermented foods and pickles which you might reach for when you want to easily elevate snacks and meals mid-week. Part of the meze, we were bewitched by the carrots with mint sherbet, a sweet glaze which we then drizzled over salads.
Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Vegan - Bloomsbury Publishing
However, for Richard Makin, it symbolises his goal as a vegan food blogger to create plant-based recipes with "zero sacrifices" – so much so that his vegan fried egg is the cover of his first book Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Vegan. As a fan of sweet and savoury pairings we were loving the cauliflower pate with salted pear on bruschetta, and will absolutely be making the zesty, warming coconut, white bean and celery soup topped with garlicky homemade croutons again. If you’re looking to make vegan eggs, you came to the right page with 9+ vegan egg recipes listed below to try!Being vegan is never about perfection, it’s about doing what you can to rely less on animal products. There are vegan cookbooks doing brilliant things with vegetables, while others are putting their twist on vegan meat and cheese alternatives. It doesn’t matter whether you’re completely new to vegan food or your plant-based meal rotation has lost its sparkle (sorry tomato pasta) and you’re looking for some new material, even just one great vegan cookbook can offer some very welcome guidance.