Apart from the chopping of the spring onions this version uses frozen onion, garlic, chilli and leftovers for speed.
The hearty nature of asparagus and portobello mushrooms make this a substantial side dish or a main event.
The seed mix here includes calcium and omega 3 as well as a myriad of other vitamins and minerals.
With this version you get the great taste, it is much quicker to make and then you can use wheat free Tamari to taste.
If you don’t want to use quorn chicken pieces you can swap for mixed mushrooms instead. This is quick, easy and very tasty with no MSG unlike the takeaway or shop bought versions.
Stronganov (often written as Stroganoff) was named after a Russian using his native sour cream to serve with beef. I have made a vegetarian dairy free version
Quick and easy, this makes a good starter or light lunch.
Pronounced ‘tem-pay’, Tempeh is a fermented soy bean product which is brilliant for the digestive system. Find it in health food stores.
A decadent comfort food for winter. No, actually, any time!
There are so many varieties of mushroom so you can go as exotic or run of the mill as you like. It is worth investing in a pot of good dried mixed mushrooms though.
OK so they’re not really burgers but they are great as a burger shape. And a large Portabello mushroom is really sustantial. The flavours here are just so good coupled with the Asian slaw recipe!
This mix is so versatile, you can fry it, breadcrumb it (gluten free crumb of course) or use it as a pate.