Monthly Archives: January 2015

Stuffed courgette with quinoa, peppers and rocket

Ingredients (serves 3 – 2 courgette halves per person) 3 large courgettes 150g quinoa (I used a mixture of white and red) 1 red pepper 2 handfulls of rocket 1 tsp smoked paprika (optional) 1 clove garlic 1/2tsp chilli flakes Salt and pepper Method Slice the courgettes in half and scoop out the middle using […]

Pumpkin speltotto with sage

Spelt has become quite fashionable. It is probably helpful that the man leading the charge in spelt farming is non other than Roger Saul, the man behind the Mulberry brand. I got a pack of spelt from the wonderful Suma and had a go at making speltotto (risotto using spelt instead of rice) and it […]

Simple pumpkin soup

Some friends gave us some pumpkins recently from their overly productive allotment. This soup is so easy to make and is best kept simple! Ingredients 1 white onion 2 cloves garlic 600g pumpkin 400mls vegetable stock 1/2 tsp red chilli flakes Salt and pepper Oil Crème fraîche (to serve – optional) Method Finely slice the […]

Warm quinoa salad with pomegranate, feta and roasted pumpkin and peppers

This vibrant healthy winter salad is incredibly moreish. If you don’t have any pumpkin, use butternut squash. Simply omit the feta for a vegan version. Pomegranate molasses and red quinoa can be a little hard to come by. You can get them from specialist food shops – I got mine from Suma. This recipe is […]