Vegetarian Recipes

tasty vegetarian (& some seafood) recipes

Entries from July 2010

Minted Chick Pea & Aubergine Salad with Griddled Halloumi

July 30th, 2010 · 3 Comments

In the spirit of Dandruff Dave’s Big Society we here at Yumblog have served each other redundancy notices so that you, dear reader, can volunteer and write this blog yourself.  So come on Dirk, Tony, Helen, Scooter McKenzie, Mimsy Swallows, Zucchini Breath, Briony Bob et al, step forward and become part of this radical new […]

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Tags: cheese · Main Course · salad · Vegetarian

Paccheri with Roasted Peppers

July 28th, 2010 · No Comments

Mealtimes have changed here at Yumblog Towers. Top scientists have proved there is now a 99.74% certainty that as soon as we plate up, pull the cork and sit down to enjoy our evening meal, Yumblog Junior will wake from her slumber/get bored with whatever devious distraction we have devised for her, and demand our […]

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Tags: Main Course · pasta · Vegetarian

Aligot

July 27th, 2010 · No Comments

For anyone who hasn’t eaten this butter and cheese laden French take on mashed potato let me tell you it is more comforting than being hugged by a 6 foot Angora rabbit with a PhD in Applied Cuddling. More comforting than lying in a bath of warm Lenor as a Labrador puppy nuzzles your neck […]

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Tags: cheese · Side Dish · Vegetarian

HF-W’s ‘Ginger’ Lemonade

July 26th, 2010 · No Comments

The ginger is in inverted commas because this ‘ginger’ lemonade didn’t turn out to be particularly gingery. HF-W specifies you use a piece of ginger the size of a thumb, so I can only assume he is the proud owner of digiti primi as big as cucumbers … great for hitchhiking but about as arbitrary […]

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Tags: Drink · Vegetarian

Elote (Corn on the cob with mayo, cheese & chilli)

July 22nd, 2010 · No Comments

I’ll never forget the charming little threadbare street vendor on the dusty corner of Presa Las Virgenes and Paseo de la Reforma where we would regularly purchase our Elotes at the end of a frantic day’s shoot. We’d take these tasty corn ‘popsicles’ up to the terracotta rooftops of our rambling majestic casa and accompanied […]

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Tags: cheese · Mexican · Side Dish · Snack · Tapas · Vegetarian

Celebrity Masterchef

July 20th, 2010 · No Comments

Don’t forget, 20:00, tomorrow, for the next 128 weeks. The first crop of celebrities are: Neil Stuke (Game On/The Bill), Tessa Sanderson (Javelin Gold Medal/The Bill), Richard Farleigh (Dragons Den/The Bill), Alex Fletcher (Brookside/The Bill) and Nihal Arthanayake (Radio One/The Bill) Next: Colin Jackson (5 ft 11½ in), Tricia Penrose (From Heartbeat to a fitness […]

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Tags: Stuff

Chilled Pea(+pod) & Mint Soup

July 2nd, 2010 · No Comments

Readers who feel more comfortable living their lives to a strict set of arbitrary rules will be pleased to discover this recipe adheres to the Four ‘S’ Dictum of Culinary Correctness: 1. Fresh peas are currently available – Seasonal. 2. Our balcony is resplendent with home-grown mint – Sustainable. 3. It’s eaten cold and it’s […]

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Tags: Snack · Soup · Starter · Vegetarian

Butterbean Soup?

July 2nd, 2010 · 2 Comments

The question mark is there because if eaten immediately this is a thick wholesome soup, but if left in the fridge overnight and eaten cold, it miraculously transforms into a tasty bean salad. Two different foodstuffs for the price (and effort) of one. Well bargain, innit.

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Tags: salad · Side Dish · Snack · Soup · Starter · Vegetarian

Roasted Anaheim Peppers with Anchovies

July 2nd, 2010 · No Comments

Anaheim peppers are essentially mild with an unexpected and pleasing peppery warmth which registers a modest 500 to 2,500 on the Scoville scale. If you can’t get hold of them use the common or garden red pepper and cut it into 1 – 2cm strips.

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Tags: Side Dish · Snack · Tapas