Archive | January, 2017

Sweet Pea, Leek and Freekeh Risotto with Walnut Pesto

A fantastic vegan recipe for sweet pea, leek and freekeh risotto with walnut pesto. Delicious & super healthy!   You will need: 150g petit pois 2 large leeks 1 large onion 2 cloves garlic 600g Freekeh (Green Australian cracked wheat) 1000/1500ml of veg stock (you could use just water if you wanted too) 100g walnuts […]

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Vegan Chocolate Brownie

Here is a new vegan chocolate brownie recipe that is suitable for easy & delicious. You will need: Topping  60g soya margarine 60g cocoa powder 4 tbsp soya milk 160g  brown sugar 1tsp vanilla essence   Batter 1/4 cup apple sauce or 1 small banana mashed or 1 small  sweet potato 125g white  flour 2 tsp baking […]

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middle east bowl

Chefs Day Trip – Vegetarian & Vegan Inspiration

Last Friday we took a day out of the kitchens to find inspiration for new vegetarian & vegan dishes to add to our menus. We wanted to find ideas for raw/refined snacks to accomodate to every delegates requirements. We started out at Farmacy in Notting Hill – with a reputation for enabling clean indulgence, inspired by […]

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gin cured salmon

Gin Cured Salmon

A delicious, fancy (but also very simple) recipe for gin cured salmon. This makes a great starter if you’re really wanting to impress! You will need:  1 large salmon fillet preferably wild or organic (this is also suitable for sea trout or a large trout) about 1-2kg 4 tsp coarse sea salt 4 tbsp sugar […]

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Baked Vanilla Cheesecake

Baked Vanilla Cheesecake

Follow this recipe for a beautifully creamy baked vanilla cheesecake – perfect paired with honeycomb or fresh berries.   You will need For the cheesecake: 500g cream cheese 250g mascarpone 250g ricotta 250g caster sugar 4 whole eggs 500ml double cream Vanilla essence For the base: 100g butter 8 digestive biscuits 6 ginger snap biscuits […]

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Energizer breakfast or brunch

There is nothing better than starting the day with a good breakfast or brunch. I was never been a big fan of porridge as a child but as I learned to cook I used my granny’s recipe and adapted it to my own taste. Back then they used water and a pinch if salt and […]

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