Winter salad à la Nelson

Ingredients Parsnips Cabbage Carrots Dressing made of balsamic vinegar, olive oil, a little honey or sugar and proper sea salt Onion Cooked pulses (e.g. chickpeas) Grate the parsnip and carrots, and chop the onion and cabbage finely. Mix with the pulses in the home made dressing. Delicious!

Winter Vegetable Stir Fry

  This recipe, from the book “River Cottage Veg Everyday” (By Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall)  was kindly provided by Juliet. Thank You! “I think this recipe makes good use of the veg box this week using carrots, parsnips and sprouts. I don’t think you need to add sugar and I have made it with broccoli instead of mushrooms….

Sauerkraut recipe

“When life deals you cabbages, make sauerkraut! Sauerkraut is not a pickled or brined preserve but a fermented product which has many health benefits. Vitamins B and C and lots of food enzymes and ‘friendly bacteria’. But the best thing is that it’s the easiest fermented food to make, and more importantly it is a…

Lentils and Squash

“This is an adaptation of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall recipe (from River Cottage, every Day book). The recipe is called “lentil and Squash pasties”. I am not that fond of pasties, so I have adpated this and serve it with either rice or potatoes….I have doubled the ingredients, cooking for two meals at once :-). I love…

Cabbage and Leek Bake

Ingredients: 8 to 10 potatoes (with skin on: it’s where all the goodness is and saves time) Grated cheese One leek A quarter of cabbage Salt & pepper Method: Boil the patatoes Thinly dice leek and a quarter cabbage and steam in a pan with the lid on with half a cup of water in…