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A Vegan wild garlic and spinach filo pie makes for an interesting meal using wild garlic. An abundant foraged food growing in woodland, often near Bluebells throughout April, May and June.
a ridiculously creamy and delicious mushroom risotto
This risotto is as pleasing to the eye as is it to the palate. It includes an abundance of nutritious vegetables, health boosting coconut oil along with satisfying risotto rice. It makes a tasty supper and any leftovers can be served cold as a quick lunch. The dish is gluten and lactose free; vegan and vegetarian.
Thank you so much to Alex and our friends at the Vegetarian Society for this delicious recipe. We made it on the day the Suma cooks spent at the Cordon Vert Vegetarian cookery school. The …
This is the best Christmas Nut Roast ever. No need to look for another recipe, the mix of 6 different nuts and cranberries make it decadent, tasty and very special. Warning! You may enjoy this so much you will want to make it again once the Christmas decorations have come down!
As the season turns to cooler autumn months, satisfy your growing appetite with this substantial mushroom and stout pudding. Based on the traditional beef suet pudding, this vegan version will sit nicely on a plate with some chips and steamed greens.
Topaz Café is an award-winning vegetarian café in Ashton-under-Lyne which has built a fantastic reputation locally and regionally. Head Chef Kevin has provided us with a favourite recipe from the kitchen, Broad bean and Potato Patties.
This exotic dish includes lots of Fairtrade ingredients like our own Fairtrade peanut butter, spices and basmati rice. We cooked this at a special Fairtrade Fortnight event and it went down a treat!
This Fairtrade dish makes a great dinner party starter or a filling lunch. We cooked this dish at our Fairtrade pop-up restaurant in the Suma canteen and it was very well received. It uses simple ingredients like Fairtrade tinned beans combined with some fresh vegetables and herbs for punchy flavour combinations.
A few humble vegetables are transformed into an exotic feast thanks to the addition of coconut milk and spices. A simple recipe that’s not lacking in warmth or flavour.