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.
This cooked breakfast is a satisfying start to the day and much lower in fat than the greasy, meaty version of a full English!
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.
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.
Emma C treated us to these vegan-friendly cupcakes in the Suma canteen, in honour of National Cupcake Week!