Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Veg Everyday!


Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has written a vegetarian cookbook!! We have been a fan of him since we first saw him on Tv (+10 years ago?) cooking a placenta. Don't ask!

Hugh has pulled together a brilliant vegetarian cookbook that uses easy to get ingriedients and easy to follow recipes. I'm not sure if he realisess that parmesan is not vegetarian, but apart from that it's vegelicious!

These stuffed peppers look fab They are definitely on my to cook list (when my oven is fixed!)


Yummy linguine pasta


Hugh has a few pasties, great for a more interesting lunch box. I also love his take on pot noodles, I'm going to give that a go too.

The book is broken down into the following chapters:




Comfort Food and Feasts



Hearty Salads



Raw Assemblies



Hefty Soups



Bready Things



Store-cupboard Suppers



Mezze and Tapas



Roast, Grill and BBQ




Side Dishes (including sweet asides)


Every recipe is photographed (which I'm a big fan of) and there's a lot of recipes to choose from.





I have already made 3 dishes, all of which were delicious. My favourite was the Pinto Bean Chilli, which could easily be doubled and then freeze 1/2 for another day. I also made the Chachouka which is a red pepper dish with an egg backed on top, very yummy and his pasta souffle which he suggested doing 2 ways (spinach or with courgettes) I made the courgette one which was also lovely.

Patatas Bravas - these look yummy. I'm definitely making them. Maybe for a nice big lunch with lots of things to choose from!


When my oven is mended I should be cooking more dishes. I still have my hob and the microwave! As you can see he has a chapter on raw assemblies if everything breaks down on me!

1 comment:

Annaboo said...

Tee hee - I totally remember the telly programme with the placenta cooking- must have been the first time I saw him too!!!!
I'm not a veggie, but I do like veggie recipes - it's nice to have a change from meaty meals.
This book looks fab. Not a placenta in sight!
Xx