They are deeply savoury, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. VERY moreish, so you might like to make a couple of extra slices!
If you take 250g flour, some yeast and water, you can add many, many different things to it and get a lovely loaf, with 4 portions, to use for any meal
This recipe came about when I was challenged to create an 8th day on Meal Plan 1 using remaining groceries. Whatever nuts you have in can be used in place of the peanuts. Or make a nut butter and spread it on
For brunch today, I had an absolutely delicious savoury baked oats dish and I give that version in the recipe card. I have had a little ponder and come up with lots of other flavour possibilities too.
Chicken liver parfait that’s smooth unctuous and rich. Vary it around the amount of ingredients you have, it’s very accommodating
Do you have cheese sandwiches for lunch? Are you a little tired of them, or maybe wanting to ring the changes a little?
How about making a potted cheese.
This vegan Tomato & Almond Patè is deeply savoury and utterly delicious. It would make a great sandwich filler / toast topper / jacket potato topping. Or let it down a little and stir it through pasta
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I haven’t made this for the longest time. I’m enjoying it on a slice of my home made granary bread, toasted, for breakfast. Do give it a go, super cheap, great for breakfast, hollow leg filling and packed lunches too
I make chickpea hummus and different flavours all the time. This week I found the joys of vegetable hummus. Made using beetroot, parsnip and swede. Many more flavours to try still. Vegan and low Syn too!
I make chickpea hummus and different flavours all the time. This week I found the joys of vegetable hummus. Made using green peas, or butternut squash or sweetcorn. Many more flavours to try still. Vegan and low Syn too!
This rather wonderful tea bread started life as an extremely simple ordinary bread loaf