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3-Ingredient Vegan Halva – UK Health Blog

A healthier halva that’s higher in fibre and healthy fats – these 3-ingredient vegan halva bars are such a delicious treat and can’t be easier to make! Halva is a Middle Eastern dessert that I grew up eating and loving. It’s traditionally made of tahini and honey or sugar with added nuts or spices like cinnamon and cardamom. I wanted to create a healthier version, so I substituted the sugar/honey for dates. There is no cooking involved either – all…

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Fluffy Blackberry Pancakes | Veggie Desserts

You’ll love these homemade fluffy Blackberry Pancakes! They’re full of summer flavor from the juicy berries and you can use fresh or frozen in this super easy 15-minute recipe. You’ll love the taste of these easy Blackberry Pancakes made from scratch! They’re light and super-fluffy, with bursts of flavor from the blackberries. I adore the contrast between the light and fluffy pancakes, with their tender inside and slightly crispy exterior, and the pops of color and taste from the blackberries.…

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Smoky Sriracha Tofu Steamed Buns

Smoky Sriracha Tofu Steamed Buns – Messy Vegan Cook 7ads6x98y We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Please consent by either continuing to use the site or by clicking OK. To find out more about cookies please see the privacy policy.Ok Read Full Article from Author Kip Source link

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plum and strawberry lattice tart

Victoria plums are my favourite fruit.  There, I’ve said it. I know it’s just a humble plum but there’s something about them just tastes like late summer.  I guess it’s one of those taste-memory things that instantly takes me straight back to being a kid in the suburbs and eating the plums from the plum trees in the back garden, juice running down my chin as I swat the wasps away from the sweet, sticky fruit.  They have such a…

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Jalfrezi Sauce | Curry House Style Jalfrezi

You can add the main ingredient/s of choice to this jalfrezi sauce. I have a delicious chicken jalfrezi sauce recipe in my cookbook ‘The Curry Guy’. That recipe for Jalfrezi sauce served with chicken tikka serves four.  In this jalfrezi sauce recipe, I will show you how the famous BIR (British Indian restaurant) curry is made at most restaurants. This recipe is for a curry house portion to serve 1 to 2 people.  Or even more if you’re sharing a…

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Your Slimming Essentials – The Weekly Pinch of Shopping 14.08

You’ve been asking for it…so we listened…our weekly slimming essentials list is BACK. This is the Weekly Pinch of Shopping! We’ve had a little look around for some low-calorie products that we think you’ll love, as well as alternatives to higher calorie ingredients and items that are perfect for when you’re running low on time. We do not take any kind of payment or exchange for featuring any products. Additionally, none of the products featured have been brought to us…

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Tikka Masala Sauce | THE CURRY GUY

You can add the main ingredients of your choice to this tikka masala sauce. When most people think tikka masala sauce, they’re probably picturing chicken tikka masala. It is the most popular curry in the world after all.  Use any meat, seafood, paneer or veggies in this tikka masala sauce. That said, using tandoori chicken in your tikka masala sauce is just one of the options. Think about it… when you go out for a good curry, most menus will…

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Pumpkin Spice Latte Muffins – Recipes From A Pantry

Published on 13/08/2020 by Bintu. 24 CommentsIf you love all things pumpkin spice, this Pumpkin Spice Muffins recipe is for you! Easy to make and full of your favorite fall flavors, you’ll want to keep a batch on hand all season long!Suitable for vegetarian diets. Post includes Weight Watchers points.Post may contain affiliate links. For more information, check my disclosureThis one is for my fellow Pumpkin Spice Latte lovers. Yeap, these Pumpkin Spice Muffins are like your favorite fall drink…

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BakingBar Top Chefs Interview – Dave Critchley – BakingBar

As part of our Top Chef Interviews series we’ve had the privilege of interviewing Dave Critchley. Executive Chef of Lu Ban Restaurant in Liverpool England. You can follow him on Twitter here. Let’s see what he’s got to tell us… When and from whom did you learn about cooking? Do you have any early memories of something you enjoyed cooking? As a child i would watch and learn from my mother, who although didn’t enjoy cooking always made sure there was food…

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Three Devilishly Good Doughnut Recipes

Find us one person who wouldn’t be impressed by homemade doughnuts. Hate them or love them (and really, who would hate them?) – a batch of ‘here’s some I made earlier’ will always pique people’s interest. So here are three recipes; an apple flavoured one that’s vegan friendly, a doughy delight with peaches and custard, and raspberry with a shortcut homemade jam that won’t take hours. Enjoy! Vegan Baked Apple Doughnuts Quick, easy and totally dairy-free, these baked doughnuts are…

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