Fresh potato gnocchi are easy and satisfying to make, and once made is very quick to cook. These contain sea spaghetti in the gnocchi. Once cooked its nice to quickly fry in garlic with olive oil and squeeze some fresh lemon juice.
Making an Iced Matcha latte couldn't be easier. Simply follow the same principle as making an iced coffee latte. Create your concentrated matcha and enjoy the pour of the green matcha into your white plant milk. This is a great way to do latte art - the blend of the green and the white is so beautiful, you will want to get your camera out for the perfect snap.
Matcha is usually drunk warm, but here we have created an iced cold brew version for a refreshing summer drink. We usually prefer to make this with Clearspring Ceremonial Grade Matcha, as it is a higher grade of Matcha and has a sweeter flavour compared to the Premium Grade Matcha.
Enjoy a Traditional Japanese Matcha Tea Ceremony in the comfort of your own home, with our Ceremonial Grade Matcha Green Tea Powder. For best results use a Matcha bowl, but if you don't have one, try with a round breakfast bowl or a mug that has a round bottom.
Japanese Sashimi style dish using our Silken Tofu and cucumber. Perfect as a side dish to go with some noodles, rice or even curry when you want a refreshing salad. In Japan it is very common to eat soft tofu straight out of the pack, here we make an Asian style dressing mixing with Italian extra virgin olive oil.
Really easy sea vegetable salad with a sweet and sour Japanese dressing using our Yaemon Tamari soya sauce. Make this the base of your salad and add leafy greens if you are new to eating sea vegetables on its 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.
We hope you will enjoy the Clearspring sushi range, comprised exclusively of authentic, distinctive ingredients made to traditional, natural recipes. It has never been so easy or so much fun to create sushi in your own kitchen.
Clearspring's organic, premium quality rice is ideal for preparing sushi as well as everyday rice dishes. This short grain rice is light and sticky and remains soft after cooking. We have carefully selected this Selenio variety as it has the same characteristics as the rice that is traditionally used in Japanese cooking.
No ingredient list needed here. Simply cook your mochi and serve with a scoop of your favourite ice cream, chopped toasted nuts, and a generous amount of fresh fruit. I finished the dish off with a drizzle of Clearspring Rice Malt Syrup.
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.
Everyone loves noodles, so this is the kind of recipe I make for friends and family when they’re coming over. It looks beautiful – vibrant and green – and it tastes so fresh thanks to the mint and lime. It’s a great lunchbox option too; just take the dressing in a separate little pot and stir it together when you’re ready to eat.
This salad was a real hit in the deli, and it’s one of my go-tos as well. We used to serve it cool, but have recently discovered a new love of serving it warm, straight out the oven and couldn’t recommend that more. The dressing is partly what makes this so good and I use it a lot in other dishes – the ginger, miso, sesame and lime mix is a real winner.
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.
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.
My ultimate indulgence is burgers, with large portions of fries and a big dollop of ketchup, with a chocolate milkshake on the side - after all, I am American. I don't call burgers 'vegan burgers', they're all just burgers to me now. Today, meat-free burger companies are making huge waves, but I prefer my burgers to be made with nothing but plants, which means I make my own. This burger is loaded with nutrients to leave you feeling satisfied.