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Un Buen Pisto

Aubergines, courgettes and peppers all slow cooked to perfection in a seasoned & rich tomato sauce, pisto is perfect for dipping and sharing.

Mushroom Stroganoff

Stroganoff has been a recipe that my mum made for me growing up. A perfectly creamy and tangy weekend dish that's light and delicious....

Mum’s Vegan Nut Roast

The vegetable packed vegan nut roast is perfect to serve up at a family roast. 2 red onions2 leeks2 carrots3 cloves of garlicA handful of...

Mama’s Vegan Torta De Acelga | Vegan Spinach Pie

Torta de acelga is a must when you think of a "traditional" Gibraltar menu. Filling and nutritious, this dish has always been served up at family gatherings, so having a vegan option that everyone can enjoy was a target I'm happy to have achieved.
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Carrot Chips (fries)

Carrots are a great vegetable to roast, the slower and longer you roast them the sweeter they seem to get. Season it with a little paprika and serve it as a side to your main course or as a snack.

Rigatoni with Aubergine & Black Olive Ragu

A balanced dish of naturally sweet flavours stewed together to achieve a rich combination that leaves you with a ragu you just want to lick off the plate.

Croatian Flat Bread

This flat bread recipe was made on our show with Gabrijela Gradecak as part of Mama Lotties series where we then stuffed them with...

Stuffed and Roasted Bell Peppers

Roast peppers are so deliciously sweet and even better when you stuff them. You can keep them vegan by using vegan mince or replacing the mince with lentils to create a filling that best suits you. Don't let their looks deceive you as they are quite filling.
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Mixed Bean Taco

Tacos, burritos or fajitas , we love them all. So we created a recipe you can adapt to suit either, with a sweet vegetarian...

Mushroom and Sweet Onion Pierogi (Dumplings)

Discovering Polish dumplings has been a revelation! I have loved the fact that pierogis have so many variations, from savoury and soft to crunchy, creamy and believe it or not even sweet ones! WHAT! Yep I know, mind blown. The fantastic thing about these Eastern European treats is that once you make the dough and get the hang of shaping them all you need to do it is boil, sometimes fry and serve.
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