A versatile couscous salad that can use up all kinds of bits and pieces – add some more protein too if you like
Decadently extravagant, deliciously creamy and very tasty – but still less than 50p a portion! Creamy leeks with acid pops from cranberries, topped with a walnutty crumble.
The flavour of the sauce is thick and intense with the tomato paste and olives, a strong taste which I really enjoyed
Tomato dhal and rice, quick, versatile, very cheap, and easy – what’s not to like?
Wanted to try a couscous salad that I have been doing for a while and see if I could get it sub 50p. Well, it worked out at 71p for the dish in the picture, and there is plenty there for two, so 35p each, billy bargain 🙂
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!
This barley risotto has a deeply savoury flavour from the stock and a wonderful nuttiness from the barley. It’s very filling and you won’t need much!
The balance of flavours is great in this cream cheese pizza. The strength of the tomato puree, the crunch of the roasted onion slices, the creaminess of the cream cheese and the strong saltiness of the olives.
These falafel are pan fried and served with a super simple salad of carrot and peanuts. Add different spices to ring the changes
A delicious vegan pesto using broccoli – use it to dress pasta, in a sandwich, on toast or a jkt potato. We need smelly-web!
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
Simple little fritters, very quick and easy, and just 30p a serving. Change it up by using the peas as the fritter and the corn as the side