A vegan Christmas cakes with a twist using dried pineapple, apricot and crystallised ginger. It’s a big hit with people who often don’t like a more traditional cake because of it’s tangy, zingy flavour.
This vegan Christmas fruit cake recipe has been in Suma member Wendy Abbotts family for as long as she can remember. It doesn’t use eggs, and we’ve substituted the milk for soya milk. It’s really easy to make and uses lots of dried fruit and spices to create a rich delicious flavour.
Crunchy and Chocolatey Florentines These melt-in-the-mouth oaty florentines, crunchy, fruity chocolate-covered lacy webs of oaty goodness are the perfect Easter treat and is really easy to make. We’ve provided a vegan-friendly recipe option too. Will keep for a week in an airtight container Ingredients for the Oaty Florentines 180g Suma oat cereal (FX049) 85g dried […]
Dhal, from red lentil with spinach fritters Easy and delicious vegan cooking from Suma, check out this spinach fritters & dhal recipe. Kindly provided by Steve Dent Recipe AKA ‘The Circus Gardener’s Kitchen’. 4 Servings Ingredients for the Spinach Fritters 150 g organic spinach, washed, drained and chopped 1 onion finely sliced 180 g gram […]
4-6 Servings Here is a delicious vegan recipe for persian style bean & noodle soup recipe, kindly provided by Steve Dent Recipe AKA ‘The Circus Gardener’s Kitchen’ Ingredients for persian style bean & noodle soup 2 onions, thinly sliced 4 cloves garlic, finely chopped 250 g organic spinach 1 leek, finely sliced 1 can organic […]
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 reheat it. Use this gluten-free pastry recipe to make quiches or tarts and experiment with different pie fillings. A 12” […]