Posts Tagged vegetarian

Crock Pot (Slow Cooker) Potato Soup

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My favourite comfort food!

My slow cooker potato soup has a smooth, creamy texture and is vegetarian-friendly.  It only takes 15 minutes to prepare, then simmers away in a slow cooker until you’re ready to serve it.  You can make it into a prawn (shrimp) chowder simply by adding fresh prawns 30 mins before it finishes cooking.   Read more

Vegetarian Loaded Baked Potatoes – 44 ideas for fillings

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Vegetarian Loaded Baked Potatoes

44 easy ways to feed a family!  Make your loaded potatoes as gourmet or family friendly as you like.  Or set up a vegetarian baked potato bar – set out your choice of fillings while the potatoes are baking and let everyone top their own potato. Read more

Roast Potatoes,Tomatoes and Onion with Rosemary

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Roast potatoes, tomatoes and onion with rosemary

Yep – another potato dish.  I can’t help myself!  This one’s a better-for-you version of traditional roast potatoes.  Top with fried free-range  eggs to make it a meal, or use as is for a side.   Read more

The Smoothie Collection – favourite smoothies from around the web

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5 steps to make a perfect smoothie

Blend up a smoothie – an easy and delicious way to boost your daily fruit and vegetable intake in 5 minutes.

Simply:

  • Pour a liquid base like milk, plain or fruit yoghurt, fruit juice, coconut milk, coconut water or almond milk into a blender.
  • Top with your favourite fruit and/or vegetables.
  • Add a little honey, maple syrup, cinnamon, vanilla essence or sweetener of your choice (if needed)
  • Drop in a few ice cubes or some crushed ice and
  • Blend until smooth.

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Baked Brie

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Baked brie is easy to make – really easy –  and looks special on a cheese platter, or  with a selection of appetisers.  To me, the basic recipe below is perfect as it is, but if you’d like something a little different, the options to adapt brie en croute to suit your own taste are endless.

Paula Deane adds walnuts and cinnamon.  Another idea is to top the brie with apricot preserve and pecans, or add roasted almonds to brie baked with honey and fresh rosemary sprigs .

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