This pasta sauce is so easy, but doesn't compromise one bit on flavour. Most of the ingredients are blended together in the blender, then added to sautéed onions and simmered for half an hour. Toss with your favourite pasta.
Sweet treats with no added sugar - raw, unfired fare that is all natural and vegan!
Passata simmers with garlic and dried basil for a quick and easy basic pasta sauce.
Sofrito in Spanish simply refers to any well cooked sauce. In Puerto Rico it is something like a mirepoix that is used as the base for many dishes, such as soups and stews. Use this to breathe new life into your everyday dishes, or simply add to rice for a delicious pilaf.
This is a fresh and colourful vegetable salad with a mustardy vinaigrette.
An easy side dish that's great with pork.
Lentils are blended until smooth with curry-scented spices like cumin, garlic and cayenne pepper. It's great served with naan or toasted pitta triangles.
Avocado and sweetcorn come together for a cool, colourful and tasty salad, perfect for parties and barbecues. Serve with barbecued meats for an accompaniment guests won't forget!
Just because you're barbecuing doesn't mean you have to use meat. Try these delicious herbed vegetable kebabs either on their own, or paired with your favourite meat kebab.
Tomato purée, olive oil, garlic and dried spices sit for hours to let the flavours blend in this interesting, uncooked pizza sauce. The thickness of the sauce depends on the amount of water used; it should be somewhat viscous.