Natural fruit jelly

Natural fruit jelly

These jellies are incredibly simple to make and are a great snack or dessert for the whole family. Don’t be put off by the agar flakes, a natural gelling agent made of a sea vegetable. They are found in most health food stores and a number of larger...
Rhubarb fool

Rhubarb fool

There are few British fruits available in spring, but quality makes up for quantity in the form of delicious rhubarb. The tart pink fleshy stems are wonderful with sweet or savoury dishes, but one favourite of mine is whipping it into a simple fool. Soft and sharp,...
Satay tofu with sweet and sour salad

Satay tofu with sweet and sour salad

This satay sauce is very easy and a total crowd pleaser! Great for dipping or for skewers of tofu or meat, the rich peanut sauce is perfectly complimented by a sharp, crispy salad of crunchy vegetables with a citrus/balsamic dressing.  If you aren’t a tofu fan, you...
British shakshuka with spring greens

British shakshuka with spring greens

Traditionally Shakshuka contains peppers, but this is a British spring version with spring greens (or you can use sprout tops, kale or spinach if you prefer). It is one of those meals that works any time of day, from breakfast to dinner, and it is incredibly simple...
Cranberry spiced vegan banana bread

Cranberry spiced vegan banana bread

Bananas are available all year round, although sadly they aren’t grown in Britain! They are one of the fruits I will regularly make an exception to my seasonal eating rule for though as are wonderfully versatile (and adored by my baby!), and a great option when...