A delicious, quick and easy pate flavoured with the incredibly versatile ginger umami paste. Takes just 10 minutes to prepare plus chilling time and lasts for several days if chilled. Enjoy with bread, rice cakes or a mouth watering array of fresh vegetable crudities.
A delicious side or starter of crispy baked polenta chips with a “cheesy” flavour from the addition of some nutritional yeast and tamari. The addition of a spoon of white miso softens, sweetens and adds another flavour layer to the salsa.
Umami, translated from Japanese, means "pleasant savoury taste" and very pleasant it is too. For this recipe, Umami Paste is used to flavour Soba noodles while the crunchy vegetables add colour, vitamins and minerals. The rich savoury flavour Umami flavour complements the sweetness of the maple syrup and the nuttiness of the noodles. This is very quick and easy dish perfect for a nourishing lunch or light supper.
Simple and easy to make, this satisfying, colourful and tasty dish is packed with the goodness of kale and sweet potato, the nutritionally superior cousin to the white potato (and counts as one of your 5-a-day).
Great on the BBQ as summer gets going or on the griddle pan.
If you like your greens... you'll love this delicious Green Pea & Quinoa Fusilli with Watercress & Coconut Pesto, Fresh Peas & Spinach. It can be served as a main or salad. Enjoy x
This multi purpose tofu sauce is excellent with crudites, thinned as a salad dressing or as a pasta sauce. Most people would not realise that it was dairy free unless told. It is simply delicious!
Although this may not be the most authentic way of eating soba noodles, it’s recently become my go-to lunch because it’s so quick and easy to make but also very nutritious. It’s also vegan and grain-free and makes a delicious and energising midday meal.
A recent global analysis by The Lancet revealed that Japanese children are the healthiest in the world. Bestselling author and Tokyo-born Naomi Moriyama set out to discover the secrets of Japan's success.
A simple baked stuffed mushroom, with a crispy crunchy topping, and a zesty seaweed garnish. The filling is very adaptable, use the ingredients that you have in the fridge, any extra filling is delicious served with rice or gluten free pasta.
Buckwheat is a commonly used gluten free ingredient, often seen in classic Breton pancakes. Filled with sticky apple, apricot and pinenuts these make a delicious pudding, or indulgent brunch.