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Purple sprouting broccoli is in season in the spring, and works well in this warming soup. Udon noodles are Japanese semi-wholewheat noodles, which have a pale nutty brown colour when cooked. Alternatively, you could use rice noodles instead.
In some parts of Italy orzo, or barley, is used in place of Arborio rice to make a risotto-style dish. Barley is naturally low in fat and makes for a satisfying and tasty meal when combined with earthy mushroom flavours.
Spring is in the air… and is that a whiff of wild garlic too? One of the season’s first foragable plants to appear, wild garlic is easy to identify thanks to its strong garlicky, spring onion smell. This deliciious tart is a great way to make the most of the flavours of this lovely plant.
Always a favourite in the Suma Canteen, this peanut sauce is very tasty with all sorts of Asian dishes.
This cooked breakfast is a satisfying start to the day and much lower in fat than the greasy, meaty version of a full English!
This recipe makes delicious zingy and salty canapés that are bursting with flavour. You could also use them as part of a tapas selection or to add flavour to a mediterranean salad.
These canapés are quick and easy to prepare and are ideal for a dinner or cocktail party. The deep mushroom and sage flavours work beautifully together.
Simple but tasty vegan canapés using ready-made vegetarian haggis.
These tasty canapés look impressive and take hardly any time to make. You could turn this into a starter recipe buy using flat field mushrooms and adjusting the quantity of filling.
A great recipe for simple canapés that are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Also makes a tasty starter.