Kale and Dill Wraps with Aubergine, Pineapple and Black Beans

These are the standard chickpea flour wraps, but with the addition of kale and dill to the batter to give it a green colour, and to get a little extra veggies in us. This is done by adding the kale, dill and some lime juice to water and blending together until completely smooth. That then…

Chickpea, Apple and Cashew Cutlets

This is a lightly spiced patty that can be served with a variety of side dishes. I go for a quite simple rice and salad, but you can also put it in some pitta bread or even a burger bun if that’s what you have lying around. Preparation time 15 minutes plus cooling time. Cooking…

Chickpeas with Lemon, Parsley and ‘Feta’

I had some chickpeas left over from using the aquafaba. I tend to keep them in a storage bag in the freezer until I need them, then pick what I want from the bag. This time I was in the mood for something with a real lemon taste that could be served cold. I had…

Spiced Pumpkin Seed Humous

This is a slight alternative to the classic humous recipe. Orangey-red in colour, with crunchy pumpkin seeds in every bite and a background of Cajun spice. Serve this on some rustic bread and you’ve got a delicious light snack. It’ll keep for about 4 days. Learn to Cook Great Vegan Food Live Online! Click on…

Chickpea Flour Pancakes with Plantain

Plantain is not something I have very often. I don’t dislike it, it’s just not in my regular repertoire. Sam and Charlotte love it though, and so they brought some home for me to cook. I admit that I tend to cook it the same way every time, and just vary the things around it….

Chilli Avocado Humous

I’ve been pondering this recipe for a couple of weeks now. Will it work? Should I even try it? It sounds like it should work, after all, guacamole and humous are a vegan’s two best friends, right? But I still wasn’t sure. Of course, the only way to know the answer was to do it….

Luxurious Aquafaba Chocolate Mousse

Some of you will have already come across my post for chocolate mousse made with tofu, which is a very good and easy mousse to make. There is a little more to making the aquafaba version, but it does mimic the non-vegan method for those of you who have ever made one with egg whites….