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Harissa Roasted Vegetables with Pearl Couscous, Feta & Pumpkin Seeds
October 16, 2019 – 10:29 am | No Comment
Harissa Roasted Vegetables with Pearl Couscous, Feta & Pumpkin Seeds

Harissa Roasted Vegetables with Pearl Couscous, Feta & Pumpkin Seeds
Try this easy-to-make recipe packed with rich delicious flavours, made especially for us by Steve Dent from the Circus Gardener. Steve uses products from our extensive …

Curried Jackfruit Pie
September 4, 2019 – 3:11 pm | Comments Off on Curried Jackfruit Pie
Curried Jackfruit Pie

Suma member Richard has created this recipe to celebrate Suma’s Jackfruit whilst also championing the tastiness of gluten-free recipes. As with any curry, the flavours develop overnight. You could make this the day before and …

Smoked Tofu Kebabs with Satay Sauce
August 7, 2019 – 1:47 pm | Comments Off on Smoked Tofu Kebabs with Satay Sauce
Smoked Tofu Kebabs with Satay Sauce

A delicious Indonesian vegan kebab recipe created for Suma by The Circus Gardener.

Cannellini Bean Puree with Roast Parsnip & Crispy Lentils
March 7, 2019 – 4:13 pm | Comments Off on Cannellini Bean Puree with Roast Parsnip & Crispy Lentils
Cannellini Bean Puree with Roast Parsnip & Crispy Lentils

Maple roasted parsnips with cannellini bean puree and crispy lentils
This recipe from Steve Dent is vegan, gluten free and absolutely delicious.
There are a number of different stages to this recipe, but several of them can …

Potato & Mint Pakora with Spicy Chickpeas
February 13, 2019 – 1:08 pm | Comments Off on Potato & Mint Pakora with Spicy Chickpeas
Potato & Mint Pakora with Spicy Chickpeas

Try this easy to make vegan pakora and spicy chickpea recipe made especially for us by organic gardener and chef Steve Dent.

Wild Garlic, Goats Cheese and Potato Tart
December 21, 2017 – 9:05 am | Comments Off on Wild Garlic, Goats Cheese and Potato Tart

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.