Pickled shallot curry potato salad

Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe Prep Time 0 Cook Time 0 4 – 6 People Serves 2 Beginner Difficulty  0 Ingredients Curry roasted vegetables 2 cups cauliflower florets 1 1/2 cups sliced potatoes 1 tsp curry powder 1/2 tsp fennel seeds 1/2 tsp garlic powder 1 tbsp nutritional yeast Salt and pepper to taste Olive oil Pickled shallots 1 cup sliced shallots  1 cup pickle juice 1/4 cup red wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar 1-2 tbsp sugar 1 tsp mustard seeds pinch of salt Cream cheese hummus 1 cup hummus 1/3 cups cream cheese To serve: Cooked Black rice (crisp up in the oven for 8-10 minutes) sub with basmati or quinoa Pomegranate seeds Chopped mint Toasted black sesame seeds Toasted pine nuts Chutney dressing: 1/3 cup smooth apricot chutney or onion marmalade 1-2 tbsp honey 1-2 tbsp apple cider vinegar 1/4 cup full cream milk or coconut milk Pinch of salt Method Add the cauliflower and diced potato rounds to a parchment paper-lined tray. Add a generous drizzle of olive oil, spices, nutritional yeast and mix well. Bake for 18-20 minutes at degrees Celsius. For the pickled shallots: heat the pickle juice and the rest of the ingredients until the sugar is dissolved, add the shallots to the hot pickle brine, and let it sit to pickle in a glass jar. Mix the hummus and cream cheese, add to a plate, then the toasted black rice, roasted curry vegetables, pomegranate seeds, chopped mint, pickled shallots, sesame seeds, and pine nuts.4. Mix the chutney dressing add on to the salad and enjoy! Photo Gallery Hope you love this super delicious and flavourful salad! M*

Edamame hummus

Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 4 4 – 6 People Difficulty  0 Beginner Ingredients 1 x 375g can chickpeas, drained slightly  1 heaped tbsp tahini  3/4 cups edamame thawed with boiling water  1-2 tbsp lemon juice  1 tbsp nutritional yeast  some olive oil (sub for the canned chickpea brine instead of the oil)  salt and pepper to taste  Sticky soy edamame  1 cup thawed edamame with boiling water  1 heaped tbsp soy sauce  1-2 tbsp honey  1 tbsp sesame seeds  some oil (leave out for oil-free)  edible herbs to serve  Method Add the drained chickpeas, edamame, tahini, lemon juice,  nutritional yeast, some oil or brine water, salt, and pepper to taste and blend until super smooth. Adjust the taste to your liking, sometimes I like adding in some miso paste, honey, or even soy milk.   Add the edamame to a pan lined with parchment paper, drizzle over the soy sauce, honey, and sesame seeds, add a touch of oil if you like, and bake to air-fry for 10-15 minutes until caramelised.  Scoop the hummus onto your serving bowl, add the cooled edamame on top, and chill until serving time! Photo Gallery Hope you love this super flavourful and protein-packed hummus!! M*

Cauliflower spinach pesto gnocchi

Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 2 4 – 6 People Difficulty  0 Beginner Ingredients 1 medium cauliflower head, cut into florets and steamed with some salt until tender 1 1/2 cups canned chickpeas, drained (reserve some of the liquid)   1 heaped tbsp runny tahini  1 tbsp lemon juice  1/2 tsp ground cumin  1/2 tsp ground cinnamon  1/2 tsp ground coriander  salt and pepper to taste  some plant-milk to smooth out 500g spinach gnocchi  1 cup cooked brown lentils Thai green pesto (love the one from Pesto Princess) fresh basil and more pesto to serve  olive oil  ground spices like cumin, coriander and cinnamon  splash of lime juice  Method Let the cauliflower cool and add half of the softened cauliflower to a blender along with the chickpeas (along with the reserved juices from the can), tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, cumin, coriander, salt and pepper and blend until smooth, add more liquid if needed.  Let it chill while you roast the rest of the cauliflower and the lentils. Add the cauliflower and lentils to a parchment paper lined pan and drizzle with more olive oil, cumin, coriander, cinnamon, and a dash of lime. Roast for 10-15 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius and until crispy.  Add the gnocchi to a hot pan and let it simmer until soft according to the packet instructions, drain from the water and add to a hot pan with some oil and a tbsp of the pesto, let it crisp up nicely.  Add the hummus to a plate and add the gnocchi, roasted cauliflower, and lentils, plus more dollops of pesto and fresh basil leaves.  Add a splash of lime and enjoy! Photo Gallery Hope you love this delicious fragrant recipe and much as we do* M*

Slow roasted tomato hummus

Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 2 4 – 6 People Difficulty  0 Beginner Ingredients 1 x can of canned chickpeas slighty drained 1 tbsp runny tahini 2-3 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp lemon juice 1-2 tbsp nutritional yeast 1/2 tsp ground cumin 1/2 tsp ground smoked paprika Salt and pepper to taste Black onion seeds to top 2 cups cherry or Roma tomatoes  1/2 garlic house  fresh thyme  salt and pepper to taste  Method Place all of the hummus ingredients in to a high speed blender and blend until smooth.  Place the cherry tomatoes in an oven-proof dish and drizzle over around 1/3 cup olive oil, slice a garlic house in half and add half a garlic of the garlic in the pan (place upside down) add a few stems of fresh thyme, rosemary and sprinkle on some salt. Bake at 150 degrees Celsius for about 60 minutes until jammy. Place the tomatoes with the garlic in a glass jar or use right away on top of the hummus! Photo Gallery Hope you love this super creamy and tangy hummus! M*

Purple Sweet potato hummus

Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 2 4 – 6 People Difficulty  0 Beginner Ingredients 1x can butterbeans drained 1 medium exotic sweet potato, steamed  1 tbsp smooth tahini  1-2 tbsp lemon juice  1-2 tbsp honey  1 tsp ground sumac 1 tsp ground cumin  Salt and pepper to taste  1/4 cup olive oil  Za’atar spice to top  Roasted purple sweet potato and chickpeas & butterbeans to serve  Fresh cilantro to serve  Some smooth tahini to serve  Method Drain the butterbeans from the can, and leave some of the liquid to blend.  Place 3/4 of the butterbeans along with the liquid of the can in a high-speed blender. Add the steamed sweet potato, tahini, lemon juice, honey, spices, and olive oil and blend until smooth. Add some liquid like plant milk or hot water if needed.  To top: slice and dice the other sweet potato, place on a parched paper-lined baking tray, and add the other 1/4 part of the butterbeans, drizzle with oil, some more sumac, za’atar, salt, and pepper. Roast for 15-20 minutes until golden.  Scoop the hummus on to a plate, and top with the roasted sweet potatoes, butterbeans, more za’atar, and fresh cilantro. Photo Gallery Hope you love this delicious dip!! M*

Greek style hummus

Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 4 4 – 6 People Difficulty 0 Beginner Ingredients 2 cups chickpeas soaked in water overnight1 tsp baking sodaWater to topSalt to taste1 tbsp tahini1/4 cup olive oil1-2 tbsp lemon juiceSalt to taste1/2 tsp Dried Oregano1/2 tsp Dried fennel1/2 tsp Garlic saltPepper to tasteToppingsSliced cucumberSliced rainbow tomatoesBlack olivesVegan feta cheesePine nutsFresh herbs Method Place the soaked chickpeas in a pot and top with water, add the baking soda and salt andbring to a simmer until the chickpeas are soft.2. Drain the chickpeas and then place in some paper kitchen towels and rub off some of the skins.3. Add the chickpeas into a blender, add the tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, spices, garlic salt, pepper, and blend (add some plant milk if needed) until smooth.4. Scoop out onto a plate and top with diced cucumber, tomatoes, olives, feta, pine nuts, oliveoil and fresh herbs. Photo Gallery Hope you love this flavourful recipe, that’s just perfect for a pre-drink snack idea! M*

Roasted cauliflower hummus

Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 2 4 – 6 People Difficulty 0 Beginner Ingredients Roasted cauliflower2 cups cauliflower florets washed and driedOlive oilSalt and pepper1 tsp Garlic flakes1 tsp lifestyle foods smoked paprika1 tsp lifestyle foods ground corianderHummus1 1/2 cups canned chickpeas (bit of canned water saved)1/4 cup olive oil1 tbsp smooth peanut butter2-3 tbsp lemon juiceSalt and pepper to taste1/2 tsp lifestyle foods smoked paprika1/2 tsp lifestyle foods ground corianderDukkahPine nutsDill to serve Method Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Place the cauliflower florets in a bowl, drizzle witholive oil, add in the paprika, coriander, salt, pepper and mix well. Pour out on to a parchmentpaper lined sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes.2. Add all of the hummus ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth, add more milk orwater if needed, add half of the baked cauliflower in to the hummus.3. Blend again until smooth, serve the hummus with the last bit of roasted cauliflower, dukkah,pine nuts, fresh dill and toasted bread. Photo Gallery Hope you love this creamy hummus as much as I do, it’s a close favorite of mine.  M*

Za’atar sumac vegetable medley hummus

Za’atar sumac vegetable medley hummus is the perfect appetizer for your easter table this coming weekend. I absolutely love hummus and make a batch every week and I have to say after making so many versions this one has been one of my top favorites. It’s deliciously creamy and served with super easy toasted whole wheat wraps!