We love this pie, which is really a tart, given it doesn’t have a lid! Combining the magic of goat's cheese, mozzarella and feta in a homemade gluten-free shell, it's a tantalising dish that is perfect for a midweek dinner.
For a vegetarian meal that is warming, nourishing and full of flavour, you can't look past this potato and mushroom pie. This recipe makes three 1-litre pies, so it's perfect for a night of winter entertaining.
From pumpkin curries to pear tarts, these are our favourite vegetarian dishes to indulge in over winter. Warm, comforting and downright delicious, each of these dishes is made for devouring in front of the fire or wrapped in a blanket.
Combining the nutty flavour of spelt pasta with our silky cauliflower sauce, this pasta dish is a wonderful idea for an easy dinner. It will be on the table in just 40 minutes, and is so tasty you'll be going back for seconds!
This simple, affordable and delicious meal is perfect for a midweek dinner. Whether it's the crispy pita bread, slices of kumara, or the vintage cheddar that tickles your taste buds, these homemade pizzas are a sure crowd pleaser.
Homemade pizza is delicious and a much healthier (and yummier) alternative to those from most pizza outlets. Plus, the kids really love to lend a hand making them. These vegetable toppings are always a hit!
This pear, leek and goat's cheese tart is a delicious celebration of autumn produce. Not only is it so simple to prepare, it also looks incredibly impressive thanks to the gorgeous pear topping and lemon honey glaze!
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.