Have you massaged kale before? This is a great recipe using massaged kale with an umami chickpea miso dressing and creamy almond nut butter. This green salad is perfect for a light lunch or as a side salad.
This is an easy dressing which you can pour over raw or cooked vegetables. The combination of the creamy white tahini paste, fresh lemon juice with the umami boost of the white miso brings the flavour together. You can play with the consistency by adding water for a drizzle or a thick sauce. You can enjoy it with a raw salad or on grilled little gems lettuce as a side with your bbq or grilled vegetables.
Hijiki is a distinctive jet-black sea vegetable that grows on the ocean ﬂoor in long thin strands. It is most widely popular as an ingredient in Japanese cuisine. It is naturally rich in ﬂavour with a delicate texture. Its colour contrasts beautifully with other vibrant ingredients and works wonderfully well when combined with grains and other vegetables.
A summer favourite. Hiyayakko (冷奴) means chilled tofu in Japanese. Traditionally served with grated ginger, spring onion and a drizzle of shoyu soya sauce. This recipe uses fresh coriander and fresh chilli with a drizzle of toasted sesame oil for an exciting side salad or a light meal.
Sushi can be enjoyed in many shape and form by using vinegared rice. From simple nigiri (hand formed rice with topping), maki roll, gunkan maki (boat-shaped with filling on top), temaki (hand roll) to uramaki (inside out roll). Here we made our take on Dragon Roll Uramaki using Follow Your Heart Organic Vegenaise.
It is almost like a seaweed aquarium! Sashimi kanten is essentially a seaweed and agar jelly with a sweet and spicy mustard miso sauce. It may also be enjoyed with soy sauce and wasabi just like sashimi. I used Clearspring Atlantic Agar Flakes for this recipe, which is very powerful so you only need a small amount of it to set the liquid.
Seaweed and Spring Onion Pancake with chilli oil dipping sauce. This recipe is inspired by the Chinese street food Cōng yóubǐng (葱油饼), it is simple yet addictive! I have added my own twist to it by adding aonori and seaweed for extra flavour.
This is one of the most traditional tofu recipes in Japan. The classic recipe is slightly sweeter than my version. I also used soft instead of firm tofu for a silkier texture. To avoid achieving a watery flavour you will need to remove any excess water from the tofu before using it.
Cooling colourful summer rolls filled with your favourite vegetables and herbs, served with a miso satay style sauce are a light, fun and delicious dish. Assemble in advance or setup a summer roll “station” so everyone can make their own.
Perfect summer plate - for lunch or dinner enjoy our silken tofu with juicy tomatoes 🍅 Plant based take on the Italian caprese. You can find juicy tomatoes from your local farmers market in the summer.
Yuzu Ponzu can be used in many ways in your daily meals. One really easy way is to use it as a dressing. You can make this recipe with any type of cabbage and if you don't have carrots you can always leave that out and add more cabbage.
This simple dish is enjoyed by many people in Japan. Soft silken tofu can be eaten straight out of the pack with soya sauce or Yuzu Ponzu. Enjoy cold or room temperature Tofu as a side dish to your meals.
This easy sea vegetable salad is the perfect side dish to your daily meals. Ponzu is a soy sauce-based vinegar dressing, our ponzu contains fresh organic Japanese Yuzu citrus juice. Yuzu is a Japanese citrus fruit, used in many Japanese cuisines as a secret ingredient, different from lemon or lime, yuzu has a very unique flavour which blends beautifully with soya sauce.
Ponzu is a soy sauce-based vinegar dressing, our ponzu contains fresh organic Japanese Yuzu citrus juice. Yuzu is a Japanese citrus fruit, used in many Japanese cuisines as a secret ingredient, different from lemon or lime, yuzu has a very unique flavour which blends beautifully with soya sauce.
This dish offers you a delicious way to add some organic greens and protein into your meal. You can replace the asparagus with any green vegetables, which you can steam or boil, if you prefer not to cook them in oil. A sprinkle of Clearspring’s Atlantic Sea Salad gives this dish an added depth of flavour.
This is a salad version of a traditional gazpacho cold soup, with all the usual veg - tomatoes, cucumber, pepper, chilli & celery. Salting the tomatoes & cucumber draws out some of their juices that then forms part of the dressing. We've added maftoul, but couscous, quinoa etc will all work well.
The perfect balance of sweet and sour sauce, with the added Tamari soya sauce brings out the umami flavour to your dishes. You can also use this sauce to marinate vegetables, jackfruit or create quick pickles.
This is my take on Fatteh.....baked aubergine, roasted chickpeas, gluten free pitta , garlic lemon tahini yoghurt, cumin, parsley and sumac. I worked with a Palestinian client for four years, learning his family recipes and introducing him to my recipes. This is one (of many) I learnt during that time. I changed it a little by roasting the chickpeas in a little extra virgin olive oil and salt. They take on a lovely golden colour and become slightly crunchy. Get all of your ingredients ready in bowls around your plate and then stack it up!
Argan oil has a taste like no other. It's distinctive flavour is a perfect match for ripe small tomatoes and fragrant za'atar. This is a dish where the combination of the ingredients is so perfect that every element shines.
Kids love these! Big kids love them too. The taste of the seaweed with the texture of the jackfruit makes this the perfect substitution for fish fingers. Plus it's a very easy recipe. Serve them with mashed potato and baked beans or steamed mangetout with capers and sliced avocado.
This umami rich dish can be enjoyed as a starter, side dish or a light dinner. It is very common in Japan to eat tofu straight out of the pack. The plain tofu goes perfectly with the miso dressing, use the extra sauce in other asian dishes.