Autumn Creamy Vegan Butternut Squash Soup

I have spent the summer without an oven. That’s right – due to a gas leak in our building in April, I have been without my beloved hot box for many months. Is that a good enough excuse for my absence? Well Autumn is here, and I ain’t gonna let the lack of a still-absent and vital appliance get me down – so I have done what most desperate and hungry indoor Sunday dwellers do when the weather turns – make a creamy orange-coloured soup to devour with hot crusty bread; or in my case, a gluten-free bread made with left over squash!


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  • Half one large butternut squash, cut into chunks
  • 1 large stalk celery, chopped
  • 2 medium carrots, chopped
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 4 cloves garlic, peeled
  • 1 1/2 litres vegetable stock
  • dash each of curry powder, turmeric, ginger, sage and rosemary
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1/2 cup silken tofu

Saute the onion, garlic, carrotย  and celery in some oil over medium heat in a big pot. When they have softened, add in the butternut squash.


Stir and let the squash cook for about 2 minutes before pouring in the stock

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Add in the herbs and spices and cook for around 30 minutes on medium to high until the squash is easily cut into. I used a hand blender to turn this into a smooth soup, or you could put into a blender. Once done, stir in the silken tofu.

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I served with fresh parsley and black sesame seeds. The bread was a version of this recipe. But I threw in some walnuts and raisins. It was lovely!


This kind of meal makes me feel better about the impending approach of the cold months to come…


Vegan Burger Series: Episode Five – Aussie-Inspired Beetroot and Tofu Burger

Whilst in Australia, I noticed a big change in the food culture there. Melbourne, my home town, has always been seen as having a veryย  cosmopolitan, and forward-thinking view on food with hundreds of amazing restaurants, cafes, oh! and don’t get me started on the incredible coffee down there. Having said this, the move to a more compassionate food scene has been somewhat slow in parts. So I was ecstatic to see my home country going through a veggie-burger-naissance!


My family and I flew up to Queensland for a week to a place called Noosa (think of those Australian tourism ads with the never-ending white beaches, that’s it:)) This is where i came across one the BEST veggie burgers I’ve had – a huge statement! It was at a cafe called Jimmy Foxx and the creator of this heavenly burger was kind enough to give me the recipe.

  • 2 cups cooked quinoa
  • 1 cup tofu, diced
  • 2 cups grated raw beetroot
  • 250g cooked Bulgar wheat
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 200g breadcrumbs
  • 150g Dijon mustard
  • 4 tbsp liquid sweetener (something thick, like brown rice syrup or agave)
  • Salt and pepper



Super easy! You just combine all the ingredients in a large bowl, shmoosh together and form into patties. I refrigerated mine for a few hours and then cooked them onย  a medium to high heat, oiled pan (a grill would be great) until brown on both sides. You should be careful, they are not meant to hold super firm.


I served on a ciabatta roll with tomato and avocado. Keeping it simple is best when there is so much flavour in the patty! Looks as good as the original I say! (top photo left corner).

Whilst in Noosa, we also drove inland to the famous Eumundi markets. There are so many amazing things to be found at this place, but best of all is the food section! The picture above shows a stall that made my year – Organic vegan Burgers! I had a divine spinach and mushroom burger with homemade pesto and it was just all too much. The flavours were so intense and I only wish I could have also grabbed the recipe, but alas! a good reason to return soon ๐Ÿ™‚


Half-way through heaven.

The other photo above? – Sugar cane juice! This stuff packed one hell of sugary punch, but in the best way possible. It has a myriad of health benefits and was perfect to drink in the crazy humidity up there. Please stay tuned for more aussie-themed posts to come!

Vegan Spring Roll Freestylin’

I’m sorry to all of my readers who are still in the tail end of winter, but this post will contain some envy-inducing summer-y scenes. I got back to London a few week ago after spending one glorious month in Australia with my family, and whilst there, managed to pull together some fine veg cuisine and take some, albeit sub-par, photos of some marvelous and creative Aussie vegan fare from Eumundi to Noosaville, from Melbourne to Healesville. I’ll be putting more photos up over the next few posts, to spread the southern love out a little, and to keep you all (myself included) yearning for our turn of the heat; it’s on its way!



We traveled quite a bit throughout the country whilst there, but one of my favourite places to be is on my parent’s farm in Northern Victoria. They have a small organic garden with a variety of vegetables and they also have a whole bunch of fruit trees including an orange grove whose fruits provided us with morning OJ everyday – holy shnikeys I miss it! One of the best little treasures in the garden though is the basil, and it features in these sweet lil’ spring rolls I whipped up one day for lunch – kinda perfect for the 40 degree days we were getting!


Makes: about 15, but remember we freestylin’ here – could be anything

  • rice paper spring roll wraps
  • 3 or 4 spring onions, finely chopped
  • 2 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 1 red chilli, de-seeded and chopped finely
  • 1 pepper (bell pepper) chopped
  • couple of mushrooms, chopped
  • large handful of fresh basil and/or any others
  • any other veggies
  • toasted sesame oil
  • soy sauce
  • a few fresh buttery lettuce leaves


Heat some sesame oil in a wok pan on high heat and add the onion, garlic and chilli and saute them for a minute. Add in the pepper, mushrooms and any other veggies and cook for a further few minutes (less for a fresher, crunchier spring roll).


Turn off the heat and throw in a big dash of soy sauce and torn-up basil leaves (coriander here would be great too). Place in a bowl and allow to cool slightly. Now, to roll: Fill a wide bowl with warm water and dip a single rice paper wrap in until it becomes just soft (about 15 seconds). Lay it flat on a board and lay a lettuce leaf one-third of the way in and add about two tablespoons worth of filling and wrap up it up! Once you have done all of them, place in the fridge for about 10 minutes and then serve with sweet chilli sauce or more soy sauce.


I served these with my (obviously) favourite side dish. Mung beans! Cooked and tossed with raw onion, garlic, olive oil, vinegar and salt and pepper. Heavenly mung beans…


Stay tuned for more inspiration from down under!

Restaurant Review – Tibits London

I’ve lived in London now for almost 7 years and having been vegan for 3 of those I’ve discovered my fair share of tantalising vegan and vegetarian food jaunts. The one, however, that I resisted going to for such a long time was Tibits; a very well-known veggie haven amongst plant-based peeps in the know. Somewhere in my past I developed an irrational fear of buffet dining (ok, it was the $4 Chinese buffet in an inner-city Melbourne basement) and even though I had heard good things, the fear held tight! It’s for this reason that I am thrilled to report that this lovely establishment on Heddon Street (right off Regent) has well and truly reversed my negative opinion of the humble buffet.


Apologies now for the phone pictures, I didn’t have the beastly Nikon with me!


On a bright and cold night in December, there is really nothing like walking down Regent Street, with its glory on display lit up in warm Christmas lights and the hum and buzz of excited tourists and reckless locals clambering around with their arms overflowing with shopping bags. Turn off onto Heddon Street, away from the frenzy, and you enter into a little culinary oasis with a number of impressive-looking eateries. Here you find Tibits with a welcoming facade of large windows and low lighting. The outdoor seating area too would provide diners with a perfect setting for lunch or dinner in slightly warmer months! On entering, we were met with a very friendly waiter who showed us to our table, within view of the sumptuous ‘food boat’ (a fancier ring to it than buffet!). He explained that once you serve yourself from the array of dishes, you take your plate to the bar, order drinks, pay up and you’re good to go. (Cost is by weight).


So away we went, first rounding the boat to excite the senses before grabbing a plate and stocking up. My plate was loaded with: tofu and tomato pasta salad, potato wedges, onion rings, falafel, avocado and tomato salad, panzanella, beet hummus, baba ganoush, carrot salad, roasted fennel, green beans and fresh bread – and that was only round one!


Everything was freshly prepared and there was no sign of that dreaded out-of-date looking produce or dried edges that sometimes accompanies a buffet. The wedges were perfectly crispy and seasoned (and heavenly when dipped in the beet hummus can I suggest!); the pasta salad was moorish as was the creamy avocado salad. The fattiness of the onion rings and falafel were offset by the crisp carrot salad and fresh green beans that were wonderfully mixed in a not-too-salty dressing.


The food boat is also loaded with a variety of sauces, condiments for salads, dips and fresh bread; all of which found an accompanying main or salad on my plate to cosy up to! Although the salads were delightful, it would have been nice on such a cold evening to have a few more hot dishes, but as the lovely manager informed me, each day the menu can change and so this may just be another reason for me to return and sample some more delicious cuisine!

The restaurant itself has a warm and exotic atmosphere, with a well-designed interior and furniture. I was thankful for the comfortable setting as we were there for over an hour gorging ourselves on all Tibits had to offer; which, I should not forget to mention, included a pint of Freedom organic lager during and a cup of green tea for after – what can I say, there was an eclectic theme to the evening! Both I and my partner had a great time and with the news that they now have VEGAN days at the restaurant (where everything on the boat is animal product-free; next one is 15 December) I will certainly be returning and will in fact become a regular no doubt, as they offer breakfast, lunch and dinner – all with the option to take-away also.


I strongly suggest to all my London/UK readers, next time you are having a bit of a shopping spree down Oxford or Regent street, that you rest those tired feet and calm those grumbling tummies with a stop in at Tibits – the cuisine, whilst being delicious and (mostly) plant-based, is the perfect refuel food for getting back out there and tackling the high street. And for those international readers, perhaps travelling here, put Tibits on the to-do list; your taste buds and bellies will thank you.

OATLY Review + Creamy Garlic Pasta

First up, apologies are in order for my absence! After the long and strenuous months leading up to the completion of my degree (dissertation, exams etc.), I went travelling around Europe, relaxing, soaking up the sun and enjoying general post-study merriment and now I’m back in the kitchen! So I thought I’d start off with a review and a delicious pasta recipe using the oh-so yummy dairy-free milk range from Oatly. Check out their motto – “It’s like milk, but made for humans” – how perfect is that?


It comes in a number of varieties including the three I chose which are the Organic Oat Drink, the Original Oat Drink and the Chocolate Oat Drink – all wonderful gulped down straight from the glass (or the container if you are a rebel like me) or incorporated into different recipes like smoothies, sauces and pastas! Oatly is a nutrious alternative to dairy milk and for those who are sensitive to soy. It is high in fibre and has a nutritional balance of protein, fat and carbs, relative to energy.


Look how awesome their new packaging is! Yeah, I am a bit of a sucker for funky branding – what can I do? I used the Organic Oat Drink in my morning smoothie with berries, bananas and maple syrup and it was positively scrumptious. It’s difficult these days to find the right dairy-free milk when there are so many out there, but I’m beginning to think I’ve found my favourite. The Chocolate Oat drink went down this afternoon with some carrot cake cookies I made using this awesome recipe from the divine Angela Liddon. Having never really been a huge fan of chocolate milk – I can safely safe this one is changing my opinion on that.


Chocolate-y and smooth without being too heavy, this is a drink I’ll definitely be buying again. Another thing I love about Oatly is the simple and short list of ingredients in their products. The original oat drinks contain oats, water and a hint of salt and the chocolate drink has in addition, sugar, cocoa powder, rapeseed oil, calcium, flavour and vitamins – not bad for a drink that usually contains some seriously nasty stuff! Try dunking your biscuits (or cookies) in this dreamy stuff, you’ll love it!


Now on to that pasta… I thought a good way to test the original oat drink was to make a creamy pasta using it, as previous attempts at making creamy sauces with other non-dairy milks have been too sweet or watery. I’m happy to report that Oatly milk works wonderfully in this recipe which means it would work equally as well in any white or cheese sauce where one would usually use dairy milk.ย  This recipe is inspired by this pasta from the Minimalist Baker – a truly awesome blog.

Makes: Enough for 4 entrees or 3 mains

  • 500g cherry tomatoes, sliced in half
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • Olive oil
  • 1 large onion, chopped finely
  • 10 garlic cloves, crushed
  • 4 tablespoons plain/all purpose flour
  • 2.5 – 3 cups of OATLY Original Oat Drink
  • Pasta of your choice – Rigatoni works well with creamy sauces


Pre-heat your oven to 200C/400F/Gas mark 6 and line a baking sheet with baking/parchment paper. Throw the sliced tomatoes in a bowl and toss with a little oil and black pepper and lay out on the baking tray. Roast for 20 minutes – just enough time to complete the rest of the dish!


Now heat in a large pan/wok a large glug of olive oil. Throw in the onion and garlic and cook over medium heat until soft, about 4 minutes. Next add in the flour, mixing with a whisk so it is incorporated into the mix, then add in the milk a cup at a time, whisking it so there are no lumps. Heat for a few minutes so it thickens and then turn the heat off.


Transfer to a blender and process until you have a smooth consistency. Pour back into the pan and heat gently, adding salt and pepper to your liking whilst you cook the pasta according to pack instructions. Drain pasta, reserving a ladel-full of cooking liquid. Add this and the pasta to the sauce and toss with roasted tomatoes and finish with black pepper and (if you like) vegan parmesan or crushed toasted nuts. Serve with a salad or bread and you’re ready to go!

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The OATLY range is available at Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Asda, Tesco and other retailers. For international readers, please check their awesome website for details ๐Ÿ™‚



Easy Vegan Falafel

I don’t want to be just another blogger telling you how busy I am and that’s why I haven’t been posting frequently – but, well – I’m-a-gonna! Really, for the next few months things will get a bit crazy with exams and my dissertation, but I’m going to try to post something once a week, I mean, Iย am eating so I might as well try and document it as much as I can (if I did it too often, however, you’d be inundated with pictures of mung bean bowls and oat cakes ๐Ÿ™‚ ) So on this not so crazy Sunday I decided to whip up something fast and easy. So here I present to you – my lovely, green, fragrant and delicious falafel!



Makes: About 15

  • 2 cans chickpeas
  • 2 small onions, peeled and chopped
  • 6 cloves garlic, peeled
  • 2 tablespoons cumin
  • 1 very large bunch fresh coriander
  • 1 very large bunch fresh parsley
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil (plus more for cooking)
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1/2 cup chickpea flour


Throw into a food processor the chickpeas, onion, garlic, cumin, fresh herbs and oil. Process until you have a thick but smooth texture. Add a little oil or water if it’s not coming together easily. (I have a small processor so I did this in two batches. Now add this to a large bowl and add the salt and pepper to taste. Stir in the flour and mix with a wooden spoon until combined. The mixture should stick together nicely when you roll it between your hands.


Now, lifting heaped teaspoon amounts into your hands, roll into small rounds and then flatten slightly with your fingers. They should look something like this:


Heat a very shallow amount of olive oil in a frying pan and cook the falafel until brown on both sides. This should take around 5 minutes on each side. Now place in a pre-heated oven at 400F/200C/gas mark 6 for another 20 minutes.


I also baked a few instead of frying and they turned out great. Simply place on a baking sheet, brush with some oil and bake for about 30-35 minutes, turning once. Do this is a hotter oven at 425F/220C/gas 7.


Serve with pita bread or wraps, lettuce, tomato, avocado, radishes and of course…hummus! I have a simple recipe here for one or just use a store-bought one for added ease! Sprinkle with herbs, salt and pepper and maybe some smoked paprika. Enjoy!

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Vegan Muesli/Granola Bar – Two Ways, Both Sugar and Gluten Free!

Things are really getting busy here with my dissertation due date and exams approaching faster than I’d like! Days spent at home studying or in the library reading make for exhausting weeks and it’s important that I don’t fall back on getting the bulk of my calories from all the lovely vegan goodies that Camden has to offer (I’m looking at you Cookies and Scream)! So I try to whip up some good ol’ fashioned muesli bars to take with me for a boost of sustenance whilst studying.


I’ve made two here, one – a nutty, sticky bar with almonds that is inspired by an article in a magazine I found about using dates and peanut butter in a muesli bar and the other – a lovely and sweet chewy bar that is based on this recipe from Angela at Oh She Glows! I have been experimenting lately with sweetening things using dates and whilst some recipes have NOT turned out, these bars are fantastic! One is baked and one is chilled – so you can easily make them at the same time and be left with two lots of awesome, chunky goodness!


Sticky Peanut Butter Bars:

  • 1/3 cup crunchy peanut butter (smooth would be fine, but I love the extra peanuts!)
  • 1/3 cup agave nectar (I used a mix of dark and light, but one of either would be fine)
  • 2 tablespoons shredded coconut
  • 1 cup medjool dates, pitted
  • 1 2/3 cups porridge oats
  • 1 cup chopped nuts like pecans or almonds
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • Extra coconut and linseeds for pressing on top


Throw most of the oats into a large mixing bowl with the nuts and coconut. Place remaining oats (like a small handful) into a food processor with the pitted dates. add a splash of water and process until combined – it will be sticky and gooey! Now add this to the oats and nuts. In a little frying pan, you are going to heat gently the peanut butter and the agave until they come together in a liquid. Turn off the heat, add in the vanilla and then pour into the bowl with everything else. Mix well until everything is combined and then press into your prepared pan, making sure the surface is nice and flat.


Wet your hands and press down on the surface a little to wet it and then sprinkle over the linseeds and coconut so they stick down. Place in fridge for half an hour or more until cool and firm. Now they are ready to slice!

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Soft Baked Fruity Bar:

  • 3/4 cup of rolled oats (gluten-free if you need)
  • 1 cup medjool dates, pitted
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup seeds of choice (I mixed sunflower, pumpkin, sesame and linseed)
  • 2 tablespoons ground flaxseed
  • 1/2 cup dried cranberries chopped (or raisins)
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt


Pre-heat your oven to 325F/160C/gas mark 3. Line an 8×8 square pan with baking/parchment paper. In a food processor, blend the oats until fine. Now place in a large bowl. To the processor add the dates and water and blend until you have a nice smooth consistency. Drop in the vanilla extract now.


Now add the liquid to the oats followed by the rest of the ingredients. Mix well with a wooden spoon until all combined. Transfer this to your prepared pan and smooth out until you have a flat, smooth surface. Bake in the oven for around 25 minutes. It will become nice and firm when you press it. Once done, leave to sit for 5 minutes before moving to a cooling rack and allow to cool completely before slicing.


Look how loaded these babies are!

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Cranberry, Almond and Cocoa Christmas Truffles – Vegan and Gluten-Free. Plus a New Product Review!


Well it’s officially Christmas time! I really love this time of year because London is at its absolute prettiest with all the lights and hopefully snow AND it means I get to fly back home (Australia) for a few weeks to see the family – and enjoy the hot Melbourne summer! I know, it’s all pretty confusing, trust me, my body let’s me know it confuses it also ๐Ÿ™‚


So today I’m making something Christmassy and I think these lovely little balls of sweet, nutty and fruity deliciousness would make a great treat to leave for Santa or eat whilst opening all those pressies! I made these up as I went along and they turned out lovely, but feel free to mix in any of your own ideas – this recipe is totally adaptable.

Makes: 14 -15 balls

  • 1/2 cup gluten-free oats, soaked for 10 mins
  • 1/2 cup dates
  • 1/2 cup raisins, soaked for 10 mins
  • 1 cup almonds
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 2 tablespoons coconut
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon olive or coconut oil
  • Salt to taste
  • 3/4 cup dried cranberries


In a food processor, blend the almonds until finely chopped.

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Drain and press as much water as you can out of the oats and add this to the almonds. Add also the dates, raisins, cocoa powder, maple syrup, oil and salt. Pulse until you start to get a sticky, thick mixture.


Add the coconut and pulse a few more times.


Place mixture in a large bowl and stir in the cranberries until combined. Now roll up into neat little balls and place in fridge for an hour. I sprinkled mine with some extra coconut to look like snow (I have always been very imaginative) but if you are not that daring then you can fancy them up any way you choose!

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These little beauties are also amazing to snack on when you are in need of an energy boost. I have one right before I go to gym or go for a run/walk. I have started to run again (good timing, it being freezing and all) and I was lucky enough to be sent a new pedometer to test out and review. It is the Ozeri 4×3 Motion Digital Pocket 3D Pedometer – a mouthful I know! I’ve never used one before but I can say this one is amazing. It counts the steps I take very accurately and it’s super easy to set it up. You just input some info about yourself and it gets working right away. You can choose between km/miles and it also calculates your calories, distance and time. You can split the counter also, which is great if you want to record, for example, a single activity. The one thing I would say, however, is that it does not seem to take into account my extra calories burned when walking or running up an incline. I tested this out on a treadmill and whilst the treadmill showed 230 calories, the pedometer said only 120 – even though I gave the treadmill the same information as the pedometer.


All in all I would definitely recommend this product, it can really help you to stay on track of certain goals and can be motivating, as I really was not aware of how many steps I took in a day! It comes with a handy little screwdriver to open the back for changing batteries and a cord to hang it around your neck, although it’s small enough to put in any pocket.


Vegan Cauliflower Rice Sushi

Let me start by saying I love me some sushi, and I’m somewhat of a sushi snob; I won’t touch it if it doesn’t taste delicious! That said, I’m always open to trying new things, so when I came across some recipes for cauliflower rice I thought, what the hell, let’s make some sushi with that! Turns out, rice made with cauliflower is freakin’ awesome and works wonderfully in sushi! Even for this sushi snob ๐Ÿ™‚ For this hand-roll I used marinated flat mushrooms and avocado but you could put any of your favourite additions in there.


Makes: 4 hand rolls

  • 1/2 head of cauliflower, broken in pieces
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 2 nori seaweed sheets
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 large flat mushroom
  • A dash each of soy sauce, oil and balsamic vinegar
  • Sushi ginger, soy sauce and wasabi for serving


Begin with the rice. Place the cauliflower florets into a food processor and pulse until you have a fine, rice-like granules. It won’t take long!



Now, heat the oil in a small pan and throw in the ‘rice’. Mix to coat in the oil and cook for about 7 – 8 minutes until it softens slighty. Put to the side.


Now slice the mushroom into longs strips and place in a shallow bowl. Drizzle with some soy sauce, oil and balsamic vinegar and allow to sit for 5 minutes. Slice your avocado in the meantime. Cook the mushroom in a pan over medium to high heat for a few minutes until soft. Set aside.

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Now it’s time to assemble! (Sorry, but how gorgeous is that ‘rice’?) Making sure that the rice stays slightly warm will help it stick to the nori better. Start by spreading a layer of rice over the nori sheet, leaving a space at the front and back. Now lay over the avocado and the mushroom slices.


Roll up and cut in half! Serve with ginger, wasabi and soy sauce. Give these a go, I’m sure you’ll be as pleasantly surprised as I was!


Lovely and Warming Mung Bean & Lentil Soup

By now, many of you may be wondering; “This girl called her blog ‘An ode to mung beans’ but I ain’t seen no MUNG BEAN recipes!” and you would be correct. It is a strange thing, but you have to believe me, I eat those little magic legumes every other day – they just haven’t made it on the blog yet! This is mostly, I imagine, because I eat them in such basic, un-photogenic ways. Like, we’re talking prison cafeteria-style bowls of green goodness with nothing but some salt and lemon juice. THIS is how much I love my mung beans! So today is a special day, because I made something else with them, soup!


Makes: 4 large servings

  • 1 cup lentils
  • 1 cup mung beans
  • 3 large carrots, chopped
  • 4 stalks celery, chopped
  • 4 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 3 scallions, chopped
  • 5 pints vegetable stocks
  • 1 teaspoon coriander
  • 1 tablespoon turmeric
  • 1 tablespoon cumin
  • a pinch of chilli powder
  • 1 bay leaf
  • salt and pepper
  • Fresh parsley


Heat a little oil in a large pot and throw in the garlic cloves, allow them to release some aroma and turn golden before removing from pain, chop into fine pieces. Now with the oil still hot, add in the onions, carrot and celery. Stir and cook for about 5 minutes.

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Add in the lentil and mung beans, stir again and allow to mix with the vegetable for a fe minutes before pouring in the stock. To this add your spices, salt and pepper and bay leaf.


Cover the pot and simmer for around 30 minutes. Add some fresh chopped parsley and continue to cook for a few more minutes, tasting the lentil and mung beans to make sure they are soft.

Now you’re ready to serve! Pour into bowls, eat this hot with crusty bread, rice, salad or whatever floats your boat!

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