Kale crisps

Ingredient: A bunch of kale Olive oil or Sesame oil or a mixture of both. Sea salt Toasted sesame seeds (optional) Method: Preheat oven to 180 C/ gas 4. Line baking tray with baking parchment. With a a knife or scissors carefully remove the leaves from the thick stems and cut or tear into bite…

Fennel, Salmon and Mash

This is Jeremy’s own recipe for using some of our tasty fennel. Enjoy! Ingredients: Fennel salmon fillets potatoes milk, butter and salt garlic spinach tomatoes olives lemon Method: Peel and boil the potatoes Slice the fennel bulb and microwave in water for 3 – 5 minutes, and then drain Fry the fennel with the salmon (about…

Chard Pancake

  “Need more ideas for all those lovely green leaves in the hungry gap? This quick and simple recipe is made with chard but pretty much any leaves can be used.“, Tom. Ingredients (serves 2 – scale as needed) 1 egg, 100g plain flour (I like to use half and half wholemeal/white), A generous half…

Carrot Salad

“Looking for a new way to use knobbly carrots?! Make this delicious quick and easy carrot salad“, Tom. Ingredients: Carrots, peeled Orange Juice (fresh is better but carton stuff is fine) Optional extras: Raisins, Olive oil, Toasted seeds e.g. pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, etc. Method: Grate the carrots into a large bowl Add a generous…

Ultimate winter couscous

Ultimate winter couscous

“This recipe, from Yotam Ottolenghi’s book “Plenty” ticks so many boxes – it includes much of what is in the veg boxes; it is real comfort food; and, despite appearances, is easy to make. The quantities can be halved, doubled or whatever to feed whoever is around. It is also versatile, and lends itself to…