Rainbow Veggie Wraps

Rainbow Veggie Wraps While Freshers’ Week may look a little different this year, the team at Violife wanted to share with you some delicious budget and time-friendly recipes which are perfect for students looking to cook up a storm. From crunchy Rainbow Veggie Wraps to a quick and easy one-pot Vegan Mac & Cheese, and…

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Vegan Mac n' Cheese

Vegan Mac n’ Cheese While Freshers’ Week may look a little different this year, the team at Violife wanted to share with you some delicious budget and time-friendly recipes which are perfect for students looking to cook up a storm. This easy one-pot Vegan Mac & Cheese, from Violife is a great vegan-friendly alternative to…

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Broccoli and Chive Puff Pots

Broccoli and Chive Puff Pots Crunchy on the top, light, fluffy and bursting with savoury flavours inside, these Broccoli and Chive Puff Pots are OGGS version of a soufflé. It may not have the same dramatic high rise of the classic, but it’s still pretty impressive. SERVES 4 • 30g self-raising flour • 200g (7oz)…

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Rainbow Veggie Sushi

Rainbow Veggie Sushi This Rainbow Veggie Sushi makes for the perfect Summer lunch – you can customise it how you want however, this recipe uses Holy Moly Guacamole, for an extra flavour hit. Ingredients: (serves 4) 4 nori sheets 250g sushi rice, rinsed 330ml water 2 tbsp rice wine vinegar 1 tbsp sugar 1 pack…

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Mac ‘n’ Cheese

Mac ‘n’ Cheese with ‘Bacon’ Bits This Mac ‘n’ Cheese recipe by Nush! is super simple yet really creamy and delicious – a great mid-week meal. Ingredients 500g (18oz) gluten free dried pasta shapes 2 pots of Nush Chive Almond M*lk Cheese 90g (3.2oz) Vegan Bacon 2 tbsp of fresh chives, chopped 1/4 tsp garlic…

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Slow Cooker Rosemary Focaccia 1

Slow Cooker Rosemary Focaccia This simple bread recipe for slow cooker rosemary focaccia doesn’t need proofing as the slow cooker does this as it’s heating up. The bread takes a while to cook but is effortless. Ingredients 300ml (1 1/4 cups) Warm Water 2 tsp Dried Yeast 2 tsp Sugar 500g (17.5oz) Strong White Bread…

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Apples & Fennel Green Salad 2

Apples & Fennel Green Salad Try making this quick and delicious salad to get your 2020 off to a fresh new start Prep time: 5 mins Serves: 4 Ingredients For the salad: 3 medium-large fennel bulbs (leaves and stems trimmed off) fresh lettuce (or any other greens of your liking) 1 green apple 1 red…

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Mac & Cheese 4

Violife Mac & Cheese Have you signed up to Veganuary? Try this delicious Mac & Cheese recipe by Violife to help you discover new and tasty dairy-free dishes Prep and cook time: 15 mins Serves: 4 Ingredients 1 pack Violife Grated Original 1 pack gluten-free pasta 350g pumpkin purée 2-3 tbsp sage, chopped 2 garlic…

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Spinach Houmous with Pittas 6

Spinach Houmous with Pittas This Veganuary, the team at Discover Great Veg have put together some tasty vegan dishes to enjoy during January to ensure that you’re never out of ideas. Serves 4 260g pack spinach 1 400g tin chickpeas, drained 1 clove garlic 2 tbsp tahini (50g) Juice 1 lemon 2 tbsp extra virgin…

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Vegan Pigs in Maple Parsnip Blankets 8

Vegan Pigs in Maple Parsnip Blankets Makes: 12 Ingredients: 1 pack Meatless Farm meat-free sausages 2 large parsnips, peeled, de-crowned and ribboned with a vegetable peeler 1 bottle maple syrup 2 tbsp dairy-free butter 1 tbsp vegetable oil Cocktail sticks Method Remove the sausages from the packaging and cook according to pack instructions until brown.…

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Sweet Potato Fries with Vegan Sausage Rolls

Chips and sausage rolls are a British teatime favourite, so Walls Pastry created a healthy, veggie version for those looking for a meat-free diet. These sweet potato fries are coated with cumin, paprika and sea salt and are a tasty accompaniment to our vegan sausage rolls, which are made with hickory-smoked jackfruit.  Serves 4 Ingredients…

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Potato, Pea and Chickpea Samosas

These vegan samosas are ideal finger food for a party snack, or as a side dish to go with a homemade curry. Baking them in the oven is a much healthier alternative to the fried ones you find in restaurants and take-aways. Once you’ve cracked the folding of the filo, you can experiment with different…

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