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Sausage and Lentil sort-of casserole

In British classics, comfort food, mains, meals with mates On December 9, 2012 0 Comments

I rarely use meat substitutes in cooking. When I do it’s usually veggie rashers and sausages.  You’ll know what your favourite sort are; these are Cauldron herby ones…. Read More »


Brown Lentil Bolognaise

In British classics, cheap, comfort food, Italian, mains, quick food, vegan On June 12, 2012 0 Comments

OK, so this is a pretty heavily modified version of a Rose Elliot staple. Do recommend Rose Elliot’s Complete Vegetarian for someone starting out on it all. Especially if you need simple… Read More »


Carrot and Puy Lentil Salad

In British classics, lunches, salads, sides, vegan On June 12, 2012 0 Comments

Most of this recipe is marinating time, so it’s a good one to make for a packup (that’s my silly lincolnshire word for ‘a packed lunch’, I didn’t… Read More »


Dal Soup

In cheap, comfort food, Indian or SE Asian, lunches, quick food, soup, vegan On June 11, 2012 0 Comments

This is is brilliant, brilliant budget food, look at the ingredients pic! It’s just lentils and onion and spices. Do garlic and ginger count as spices? They do… Read More »


Spicy Carrot and Spinach Soup

In British classics, lunches, soup, vegan On June 5, 2012 0 Comments

That’s right, we’ve got some Hugh Fearnley Wittingstall up on the omnomnomnizzle. Actually, isn’t that street for ‘om nom nipple’? Right, I’ll stop. CARROT AND SPINACH SOUP. With… Read More »


Super filling turns-out-lentils-are-really-tasty veg soup (vegan).

In cheap, comfort food, Italian, lunches, mains, soup, Uncategorized, vegan On April 8, 2012 0 Comments

This is one of the Easy One Pot recipes in my current repertoire of New Recipe Books. A perfect soup for that bit in Spring we seem to… Read More »

My First Chilli (vegan, lentil)

My First Chilli (vegan, lentil)

In cheap, comfort food, mains, meals with mates, The Americas, vegan On March 29, 2012 1 Comment

So I’ve never made a chilli before. I don’t know why. We never really did spicy food at home, and me and my mum can’t eat peppers, and… Read More »