Being Irish, potatoes are always in season, and being vegan, they make up a significant portion of our weekly vegetable intake. Potatoes boast a low fat, high fibre nutritional profile, plus they have the benefit of both soluble and insoluble fibres which is great news for your diet and for your bowels.
Forget dawn this morning, pancakes have been around since the dawn of time. No, really! Archaeologists believe that over 30,000 years ago, Stone Age chefs were cooking up and chowing down on delicious floury rounds. And whether savoury or sweet, its hard to find a person who doesn’t enjoy a pancake.
Raita, a popular Indian sauce and accompaniment, is often served with spicy curry dishes. The cooling yogurt and refreshing mint and cucumber helps to balance out a delicious but fiery chickpea chana masala, a hot jalfrezi or a vindaloo.
Garam masala can come in powdered or paste forms, but either way, the basic ingredients remain the same. This spice is a powerful antioxidant which supports your digestive system while spicing up your meal and waking up your taste buds.
Whether you enjoy a regular curry or not, chances are you’ve heard of a tikka masala. Well, Chana Masala is the vegan version, which imitates the aroma and taste of tikka, right down to the warm and creamy orange colour.
We all love our snacks, and it’s hard to beat the satisfying crunch of tortilla chips!
Doritos are usually the first brand that springs to mind, and it is strangely understandable to see someone licking their fingers after diving into a bag of tasty Doritos. They are hard to resist!
This is one of the most-asked questions when exploring what foods are vegan, and I get why!
For a lot of us, Pringles bring us back to our childhood.
There is nothing like the smell of a cornmeal tortilla freshly toasting on the pan to get your juices flowing in anticipation of whatever delicious dish is almost ready to serve. The base of many Mexican recipes, the tortilla is …
Pico di Gallo is a classic Mexican salsa used mainly as an accompaniment to tortillas, tacos, quesadillas and nachos. Deliciously raw, easy to assemble and already vegan, Pico di Gallo is a go-to in this house, as a salad, side …
Vegan recipes often set out to imitate everyday meaty meals. This is very evident in the amount of vegan substitutes we see lining the supermarket shelves lately. From breaded chicken-less nuggets to meat free sausages,meatless mince, fake steaks, fake steak …