This Ice Cream uses only three ingredients: Coconut Milk, Rice Malt Syrup and White Miso. This combination works really well together in this unusual and exciting umami-rich ice cream and you don't need an ice cream maker to make this recipe at home.
I cook big curries like this a lot for my friends and family and they’re always a hit. They’re also a good way of introducing people to plantbased meals, as a curry feels familiar. This one is a particular favourite, as it’s got so much flavour. The squash is tossed with curry powder and roasted until tender with some red peppers, it’s then tossed into a pan with more spices – sautéed cumin and mustard seeds, and some garlic and onion, which then simmer with galangal, tomato purée, ground ginger, lime juice and coconut milk.
A beautiful, fragrant vegetable chickpea curry with korma spices, made creamy with rich coconut milk and perfectly roasted pumpkin pieces. Served with saffron-scented rice, this is a mellow-spiced and vibrantly coloured dish perfect for the whole family.
Simple baking with this easy dessert recipe. By adding a hint of Miso brings out the sweetness and the umami flavour hiding in the coconut milk and the fresh apples. If you like your apples al dente, then take them out after 20min but if you want the soft mushy apples, leave it in the oven for an extra 10min. Although its best served hot, you can enjoy this dessert cold as well.
A delightful plant-based dessert which can be enjoyed any time of the year. The fruity sweet mango purée compliments the gentle bitterness of the matcha panna cotta. We use Agar, the perfect vegan gelatin, to set the dessert. Tweak your panna cotta texture by varying the amount. Bask in guiltless indulgence and enjoy this vegan-friendly and refined sugar free dessert!