Guests will love this fruity and leafy salad with a slight lemony nut crunch. Kale and cavolo nero are easy to grow and can easily be substituted for each other – here Fiona has used a combination. Just remove the tough central stalk from the leaves before slicing or chopping finely.
This salad combines the sweetness of beetroot with the tanginess of orange, adding in a delicious crunch from walnut and the creamy tartness of labneh. Serve as a flavour explosion on the side of a main dish!
Surprisingly, common table grapes relish some roasting time in the oven, transforming into little caramelly globes of flavour which, in this dish, burst sour-sweet deliciousness onto roasted pumpkin. A sprinkle of toasted seeds adds a final, lovely crunch.
Be the champion of meal prep with this courgette slice - just over 60 minutes of work and you can have lunch ready in the freezer for two months! Plus, when it's this delicious, you'll never want anything else.
Give vegetables a starring role at the dinner table with this quick and easy dish. So fresh and colourful, everyone will love the delicious pairing of the sumac eggplant skewers and the zingy chilli tomato salad!
Nourishing, earth-friendly and simply scrumptious, these Kiwi insta-foodies are putting forward a strong case for the plant-based lifestyle. Meet the 'grammers inspiring us to go green with their picture-perfect vegan dishes.
Scalloped potatoes, potato gratin, dauphinoise… These dishes get us swooning at their sheer comfort. Feel free to make this delicious potato dish ahead of time and reheat, especially when planning for a dinner party.