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Monkey Bread with Leek, Cheese and Herb

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Savoury Monkey Bread with Leek Cheese and Herb (vegan)

Leek and cheese filled monkey bread. Savoury option to the usually sweet American Monkey Bread. Pull apart tear and share style with hidden leek and cheese filling. There’s four Different flavour seasonings to top the dough balls so you can enjoy with a bonus leek dip recipe.

Made in partnership with the British Leek Growers’ Association

What’s in the recipe?

Leek & Cheese- I’ve used a vegan mozzarella style cheese however you can use whatever you have at hand. I’ve diced the leeks into really small pieces so that they cook within the dough.

Dough- For this recipe I’ve used a really simple bread dough recipe that takes minutes to bring together and an hour to rise.


Smoked paprika and cheese 

‘Everything bagel’ style seasoning

Leek & Vegan Cheese

Garlic and Herb


savoury monkey bread with leek and cheese

Cooking tips:

Butter is your friend- For this recipe I’ve used Flora’s vegan butter to brush over the dough balls. I mixed the topping ingredients together (in separate bowls) then poured in some of the melted butter, whisked together then topped the dough balls. I repeated this process once it had just come out of the oven to give it that beautiful glazed look.

Leave the dough to rise- It will need a warm environment to prove, you want it to double in size. I pop the bowl in the oven with the light on which seems to do the trick!

monkey bread recipe

leek and herb pull apart bread

Monkey Bread with Leek, Cheese and Herb

Leek and cheese filled monkey bread. Savoury option to the usually sweet American Monkey Bread. Pull apart tear and share style with hidden leek and cheese filling. 4 Different flavour combinations to enjoy with a bonus leek dip recipe.
Prep Time 1 hour
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings 4 people


For the dough:

  • 450 g plain flour
  • 1 sachet dried yeast 7g
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp dried sage
  • 1 tsp dried parsley
  • 370 ml warm water


  • 1 tbsp dried oregano and thyme with 2 tbsp melted plant based butter
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika 50g grated vegan cheese
  • 2 tbsp everything bagel seasoning 2 tbsp melted plant based butter
  • 1 finely chopped small leek & 50g grated vegan cheese
  • Handful fresh parsley to garnish at the end


  • To make the dough simple mix the dry ingredients together in a bowl, make sure the water is warm (to activate the yeast) around 60ºC and pour into the bowl
  • Bring the dough together and knead on a floured surface for around 5 minutes until a springy dough forms, drizzle olive oil in a clean bowl, pop the dough inside, cover with a tea towel and leave to prove in a warm spot for around 1-2 hours or until doubled in size
  • Prepare the filling by getting the ingredients in 4 small bowls
  • When the dough has doubled, quarter it, then quarter again so you have around 16 equal pieces (four dough balls per topping)
  • For the leek and cheese filling, I popped a handful of the mix into the centre of a ball then formed a dough ball so it encases the filling (perfect for melting and cooking the leeks)
  • I did the same technique for the paprika and cheese filling
  • For the butter and herb toppings simply melt the butter down, mix with the seasoning then brush over the dough balls
  • Place them inside a bundt tin to create the wreath, brush any dry looking dough balls with the remaining melted butter, cover in a tea towel and leave to prove for a further 30 minutes
  • Preheat the oven to 200ºC, then once risen, add the bundt tin to the middle of the oven, bake for around 30 minutes before placing tin foil loosely over the top and popping back in the oven for a further 15 minutes to make sure the bottom will be cooked
  • Remove from the oven and leave to cool for around 5 minutes before tipping out onto a plate, then flip once more onto a cooling tray
  • Brush once more with vegan butter if it’s looking a little dry and garnish with fresh herbs (I used parsley) and enjoy!


Leek and Herb Dip:
If you still have 1/2 leek left, this dip will be great!
Roughly dice the leek and fry off with a drizzle of olive oil, a pinch of salt and pepper
Add to a food processor with 1/2 tsp garlic powder, 70ml plant based cream and 3 tbsp olive oil, 15g fresh parsley and blitz together
Season with salt and pepper and serve as a dip

Want more Leek Recipes?

Why not try my curried lentil and leek soup?

curried leek and lentil soup


Dinner Recipe Sides & Savoury Snacks

Halloween Salsa and Melted Cheese Pumpkin Pies

halloween easy pies

Halloween Inspired Pumpkin Shaped Salsa and Cheese Pies

These are just 6 ingredients, really easy to make and vegan friendly too. Perfect for the halloween season, these pumpkin shaped pies are stuffed with Holy Moly Salsas and vegan cheese to create the ultimate comfort food.

What’s in the recipe?

Puff Pastry- Most puff pastry found in the shops is accidentally vegan friendly. I use a ready made sheet that simply needs unrolling and warming to room temperature before using.

Holy Moly Salsa- For this recipe I’ve used the new Smoky Red Pepper and Tomato Salsa along with the classic Tomato and Mango salsa. The larger pumpkin has the smoky red pepper one, whereas the smaller pumpkins have the tomato and mango salsa.

Vegan Cheese- I’ve used a block of mature cheddar style ‘cheese’ which I had grated to help melt a little quicker inside the pies.

Tomatoes- I love the tangy sweet pop of flavour from the tomatoes in this, you can easily leave this ingredient out however I love it for the texture.

Vegan butter- Using melted plant based butter mixed with the Smoked Paprika creates the perfect glaze for the pastry before popping in the oven. It gives a beautiful orange colour to help with the theme too.

halloween vegan pies

Tips and tricks:

Pastry- I find letting the pastry warm up a little from the fridge helps it stay easy to work with. Don’t let the pastry get too warm otherwise it’ll become difficult to work with and won’t hold the filling very well.

Preheat the oven- Get the oven up to 200ºC whilst making the pumpkins so it’s piping hot when you put the pumpkins in.

No cookie cutter?-Don’t worry, simply free hand it, that’s what I did. I just folded the sheet of pastry in half then cut out the pumpkin shapes so each pumpkin had the perfect other half to fit the shape.

Leftover pastry?- Simple cut into long strips and twist the two together, coat in the butter and paprika, top with vegan cheese and bake with the pumpkin shapes. Zero waste too!

Leave them in the oven until golden- You don’t want undercooked pastry, everyone’s oven is slightly different so make sure the top has changed to a beautiful golden pastry colour on top before taking out of the oven.

Pumpkin scoring – Using a sharp knife, score moon shaped lines into the top of the pastry to create the look of the pumpkin

Stems- For the stalk of the pumpkins, I use use pieces of the leftover pastry and shaped them into the stalk and popped them at the top of the pumpkin.

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halloween easy pies

Halloween Salsa and Cheese Pumpkin Pies

Just 6 Ingredients needed for these easy Halloween inspired salsa stuffed Pumpkin shaped Pies. A great recipe to make for the spooky season, using Holy Moly's Salsa for the filling along with vegan cheese for a simple but delicious filling.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 23 minutes
Servings 6 Pumpkins


  • 1 sheet of puff pastry
  • 3 -4 tbsp Smoky Red Pepper & Tomato Salsa
  • 3-4 tbsp Tomato and Mango Salsa both @holymolydips
  • 70 g vegan cheese grated
  • 1 large tomato sliced
  • 2 tbsp vegan butter melted
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika


  • Roll out the puff pastry sheet and using either a pumpkin cookie cutter, or free hand, cut out 2 large pumpkin shape and 4-6 smaller pumpkin shapes
  • On the large pumpkin, place a few tbsp of the Smoky Red Pepper and Tomato Salsa on one side, 1 handful of grated vegan cheese, a few slices of tomato, then place the other piece on top, pinch the edges together then coat in some of the melted butter and paprika
  • Repeat with the smaller pumpkins but with the Tomato and Mango Salsa
  • Place on a lined baking tray and bake for 22-25 minutes, or until golden on top

This post was in partnership with Holy Moly.

vegan pumpkin halloween pies

If you like this recipe why not try my Home Made Pop Tarts / Hand Pies 


Dinner Recipe Sides & Savoury Snacks

Grilled BBQ Watermelon Skewers

grilled watermelon recipe vegan

Grilled BBQ Watermelon Skewers (Perfect Vegan BBQ)

These grilled bbq watermelon skewers transform the flavour of the sweet watermelon usually eaten as a snack. The marinade creates a delicious umami packed flavour which works perfectly with the watermelon when grilled on a high heat. Ideal for skewers when paired with corn on the cob and peppers to have at a BBQ.

What’s in the recipe?

Watermelon- I’ve used 1/2 a watermelon to make 6 packed skewers. Cutting the watermelon into similar size cubes helps with the cooking process.

Corn- I’ve chosen a precooked corn on the cob, however if you have it raw, simply parboil for 15 minutes to soften.

Garlic- Lots of delicious garlic to marinade the watermelon and veg. Paired with the soy sauce and smoked paprika, it creates a delicious dressing.

Soy Sauce- You can use soy sauce or tamari if you’re gluten free. This helps create a lovely rich flavour with the garlic and soaks up into those veggies.

Smoked Paprika- I prefer smoked paprika as it has a lovely rich undertone to the spice. You can use regular hot paprika if you prefer more spice to smokey.

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Grilled Watermelon Skewers

Grilled BBQ watermelon skewers perfect for a vegan BBQ. Flavoured with garlic and soy sauce marinade this grilled fruit transforms from a sweet to umami packed bite.
Prep Time 23 minutes
Cook Time 14 minutes
Servings 2 people


  • 1 green pepper
  • 2 corn on the cob precooked
  • 1/2 watermelon
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 4 tbsp soy sauce
  • 2 tbsp garlic infused olive oil
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • Good pinch salt & pepper


  • Start prepping the corn by popping in a pot of boiling water for 15 minutes to soften
  • Prep the watermelon by slicing into cubes along with the pepper
  • In a large dish mix the soy sauce, olive oil, paprika, and minced garlic cloves then add the pepper and watermelon, quarter the sweetcorn and add in once softened
  • Salt and pepper the veg and leave for at least 15 minutes
  • Get the BBQ on, add the marinated veg to skewers (should make 4-5) and add to the grill, leave to sear on each side for around 5 minutes
  • Enjoy topped with fresh herbs and pine nuts, or just enjoy as is!


  1. Once you have the skewers on the bbq, brush in the leftover marinade to make sure there's none going to waste
  2. If you don't have precooked corn on the cob, simply chop each cob in half and add to a pot of boiling salted water for 15 minutes to soften
  3. Leaving for 30 minutes to marinade will help add flavour, if possible marinade for a few hours to soak up the flavour

If you like this recipe why not try Grilled Lettuce Recipe

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Lunch & Light Bites Recipe Sides & Savoury Snacks

Smashed Roast Potatoes with Pesto

pesto smashed potatoes vegan

VeganCrispy Smashed Roast Potatoes with Pesto

Delicious and crispy smashed roasted potatoes with pesto and vegan cheese. Salty and crispy skin with a fluffy inside, this is a perfect side recipe or as part of a salad. It’s easy to make and full of flavour with just a few key ingredients needed.

What’s in the recipe?

Baby Potatoes – I found these were the perfect size, however let’s not discriminate against potatoes. Just use whatever you have at hand, but if you have large taters, make sure to cut them smaller to make them easier to roast / bake.

Pesto- If you want to use fresh pesto, I have a recipe HERE. However if you have a jar of good quality pesto that will also work really well.

Olive Oil- I used a mix of olive oil and the oil you get in those jars of roasted preserved peppers. I love the combination of flavour however olive oil, with work beautifully. Don’t be shy of oil in this recipe, it helps get a beautifully crisp coating on the potatoes.

Tomatoes- Optional ingredient but I love adding tomatoes to the roasting tray for the last 20 minutes or so. They add a lovely sweetness to the tray bake.

Vegan Mozzarella- I love using Violife or Follow Your Heart mozzarella to add to the tray for the final five minutes of baking. It just gives a beautiful texture on top of the pesto.

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Smashed Roast Potatoes with Pesto

Delicious and crispy smashed roasted potatoes with pesto and vegan cheese. Salty and crispy skin with a fluffy inside, this is a perfect side recipe or as part of a salad.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings 4 people


  • 1 kg baby potatoes
  • 1 tbsp sea salt
  • 1 1/2 tbsp olive oil
  • 150 g fresh pesto
  • 200 g chopped tomatoes
  • 50 g vegan mozzarella
  • 1 tsp parsley


  • Add the baby potatoes into a pot of salted water, boil for 15 mins
  • Pop the oven on at 200°C (Fan)
  • When you can easily pierce the potatoes with a fork, drain the water then add to a non stick baking tray with 1 1/2 tbsp olive oil, 1 heaped tsp salt, mix until coated then smash the potatoes with the back of your fork or the bottom of a glass
  • Place on the middle tray in the oven for 20 minutes
  • Take out, then cover in 150g fresh pesto (recipe here) and 200g chopped tomatoes and place back in the oven for 20 minutes
  • Take out and garnish with vegan mozzarella and cook for a final 5 minutes


Optional - Garnish with pine nuts and parsley, or just enjoy as is! I like drizzling mine in a little chilli oil to finish

If you like this recipe why not try my Tofu and Asparagus Stir Fry

asparagus and tofu stir fry

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Asparagus and Tofu Stir Fry

asparagus and tofu stir fry vegan

Asparagus and Tofu Stir Fry with Chilli and Sesame

Asparagus and crispy tofu stir fry made with ginger, garlic and chilli oil. Perfect as a side dish or as part of a main if served with noodles or rice. Made in less than 15 minutes this recipe is perfect for a week night meal or as a light lunch option. This easy stir fried recipe can be prepared the night before to make it really quick to make on the day.

What’s in the recipe?

Asparagus- When asparagus is in season it’s beautiful to cook with. I’ve bought locally grown asparagus, roughly chopped and added to the stir fry.

Tofu- I like using Cauldron Tofu which is soaked in a water bath, simple drain the water and press. If you don’t have a tofu press, just wrap in a bit of kitchen roll and allow to soak the excess water.

Cornflour- If you toss the tofu in cornflour and fry in sesame oil, it’ll create a lovely crispy coating before adding the marinade. It’s a good cooking hack to help absorb any excess moisture in your tofu.

Chilli oil- I love using Pippy Eats chilli oil, it’s perfect for garnishing tofu or stir fried vegetables such as this. If you don’t have chilli crisp oil, definitely look out for some next time you’re in the supermarket.


tofu and asparagus stir fry

Cooking tips:

Medium Heat- It’s tempting to whack the heat right up to get ‘crispy’ tofu however you run the risk or burning the marinade. I would suggest a good quality non stick pan, medium heat and allow the tofu to crisp on each side before turning.

Fry First then Coat- I prefer to fry the tofu in a bit of corn flour to crisp and turn golden before adding the marinade. It helps prevent the garlic and ginger from burning and give it just enough time to cook off the ingredients.

Don’t overcook the asparagus- By adding the asparagus to fry only for the last 3-4 minutes will allow it to cook until a little tender without burning.

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Asparagus and Tofu Stir Fry

Asparagus and crispy tofu stir fry made with ginger, garlic and chilli. Perfect as a side dish or as part of a main if served with noodles or rice. Made in less than 15 minutes this recipe is perfect for a week night meal.
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Servings 2 People


  • 350 g block of tofu
  • 1 heaped tbsp cornflour
  • 200 g asparagus locally grown if possible
  • 3 large cloves garlic
  • 1 thumb sized piece of ginger
  • 2 tbsp sesame oil
  • 1 tbsp tamari or soy sauce
  • 1 tbsp chilli crisp oil if you don’t have this, add 1 tsp chilli flakes to the marinade


  • Drain & cube the tofu block and toss in the cornflour, fry in a non stick pan with a drizzle of sesame oil
  • Prepare the marinade by mincing the garlic and ginger then add to a bowl with the oil and tamari and whisk together
  • Once the tofu has crisped, add the marinade to the pan and continue to fry on a medium heat
  • Chop the asparagus and add to the pan to fry for a further 2-3 minutes
  • Serve up and drizzle the chilli crisp oil over the top & enjoy


  • If you don’t have chilli oil, add 1 tsp chilli flakes to the marinade
  • I used Pippy Eats chill crisp oil
  • Serve as a side or add sticky rice or noodles with more chilli oil

If you like this recipe why not try my Easy Tofu Ramen

Tofu easy vegan ramen recipe

gluten free asparagus and tofu stir fry

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4 Ingredient Vegan Pesto Cheese Twists

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Easy Pesto & Cheese Twists

These vegan friendly pesto cheese twists are so easy to make, only have 4 main ingredients and are perfect for a treat, packed lunches or gatherings. Everyone will be going back for more, vegan or not!

Let’s get into the recipe

Puff pastry- Look if the Queen Mary Berry doesn’t always make her own pastry, I’m not going to either! There’s plenty of good quality shop bought pastry that is accidentally vegan. You can of course use a GF one if needs be.

Vegan Mozzarella- The vegan cheese world has come on leaps and bounds in the last few years. Follow Your Heart, Applewood, and Violife all have some pretty delicious vegan cheese options out on the market.

Pesto- You can of course make your own pesto, I have a few different recipes, but for this I’ve used a shop bought one (Sacla’s Vegan one) to keep this recipe as simple as possible.

Pine Nuts- I’ve added just a handful of pine nuts, you can swap this for blanched almonds, toasted walnuts or just skip the nuts completely.

Tamari- Optional ingredient but I use this to brush the pastry. It gives an amazing umami flavour to the crust as well as a beautiful golden colour. Just brush this on top before baking.

cheese pesto vegan twistsCooking Tips

Spread the pesto, pine nuts and mozzarella on only half of the rolled out sheet of puff pastry

Fold the sheet over to create a sort of pesto filled sandwich

Slice down (either way) to create the strips, I ended up with around 12 but if you like, you can slice them a little thinner to get more

Pull apart the folds once twisted to expose the beautiful filling

Space the pastry strips apart to they don’t go soggy in the middle

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vegan pesto cheese twists

Vegan Pesto Cheese Twists

Easy 4 ingredient puff pastry cheese twists filled with pesto, pine nuts and mozzarella (all vegan friendly). It takes around 10 minutes to make and 25 minutes to bake.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 27 minutes
Servings 12 Twists


  • 1 sheet or block of puff pastry
  • 80 g jar of vegan Pesto around 3 heaped tbsp
  • 80 g vegan mozzarella
  • handful of pine nuts around 50g
  • 2 tbsp tamari to coat the pastry optional


  • Roll out the block of pastry & spoon on the vegan pesto covering one half of the sheet
  • Scatter the pine nuts and mozzarella on top then fold over the other half on top
  • Slice to create the layered strips (you should end up with around 6-8 strips depending on whether you've folded lengthways or short ways)
  • Twist the pastry then place back on the sheet *tip, push the folds apart a little to allow the pesto to bubble through*
  • Brush with tamari to get a beautiful golden glaze on top
  • Bake at 200ºC for 25-30 minutes


If you don't have tamari to coat them with, use a vegan melted butter or olive oil.

If you like this recipe why not try my Vegan Sausage Rolls Recipe

vegan pork and apple sausage rolls

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Vegan Caramelised Apple & Pork Sausage Rolls

vegan pork and apple sausage rolls

Vegan Friendly Apple, Red Onion & Pork Sausage Rolls

These vegan friendly caramelised apple and ‘pork’ sausage rolls are possibly my favourite yet. They’re so easy to make so don’t be fooled into thinking this is a tough recipe. Puff pastry, vegan sausages, a red onion and an apple is pretty much all you need!

Lets get into the recipe…

Puff Pastry- There’s no need to spend hours folding layers and layers to make puff pastry. I buy shop bought as pretty much most of the pre-made puff pastry is accidentally vegan friendly.

Bramley Apple- Again, you can use any apples you have in the house, I just find Bramley’s work well as they’re slightly larger and more crispy in flavour.

Vegan Sausages –I love using the Linda McCartney ones as they have the best texture for sausage rolls. There are a few options in the vegan range, so simply buy whichever you fancy giving a go.

Tamari- This is my secret ingredient in so many recipes. This time tamari works perfectly as a glaze for the pastry to give a beautiful and almost cheesy flavour on top. Tamari is just a gluten free soy sauce.

Sugar- This helps caramelise the apple and red onion perfectly. You can use 1 or 2 tbsp to make this a little sweeter if you have a particularly sharp bramley apple.

vegan apple and pork sausage rolls


Cooking Tips:

Caramelising- Cooking the red onion and bramley apple, along with the sugar is better on a lower heat. If you set aside around 10 minutes to slowly fry the two, it’ll help with the caramelisation of them. Be generous with the olive oil to fry too. You can make this in advance and pop in an airtight container in the fridge to come back to the next day.

Brush the pastry- Brushing the pre-cooked sausage rolls with tamari will help give a beautiful coating. You can swap tamari for soy sauce but definitely recommend investing in tamari as I use it in nearly all of my recipes.

Don’t add the hot filling to the pastry- If you’re not rushed for time, allow the filling to slightly cool before adding to the pastry as this will heat it up and make it a little more difficult to work with.

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Vegan Caramelised Apple and Pork Sausage Rolls

Prep Time 13 minutes
Cook Time 23 minutes
Servings 18 sausage rolls


  • 1 sheet puff pastry
  • 1 1/2 large British Bramley apple's
  • 1 red onion
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp ground fennel seeds optional
  • 1 tbsp caster sugar
  • 6 vegan sausages I used Linda Mccartney
  • 1 tbsp tamari
  • 1 tbsp poppy seeds


  • Dice the onion and Bramley apples then fry on a low heat with the olive oil, ground fennel seeds and sugar for around 20 minutes until beautifully caramelised
  • Preheat the oven to 200ºC
  • Microwave the vegan sausages for 2 minutes to soften then crumble up in a bowl then mix with the apples and onion
  • Roll out the sheet of puff pastry, slice in half, then add the sausage mix to each half
  • Fold over the pastry then seal by prodding the edges with a fork
  • Brush over the tamari to get a beautiful glaze
  • Sprinkle on poppy seeds over the top
  • Bake for 20-25 minutes depending on your oven

If you like this recipe why not try my Cranberry Sausage Rolls

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4 Ingredient Vegan Sausage Rolls

4 ingredient vegan sausage rolls recipe

Vegan Sausage Rolls

Only four main ingredients needed for this ‘recipe’ if you can even call it that. This is for all of you sausage roll lovers who need a quick fix without whipping it up from scratch. All I know is Mary Berry said she buys ready made puff pastry and that changed my outlook.

Ingredients Breakdown

Vegan Sausages- It’s good to have a vegan sausage thats packed with flavour such as Shroom Dogs or the Linda McCartney red onion sausages – they’re perfect!

Cranberry Sauce or Chutney-Depending what you prefer you can opt for a delicious cranberry sauce or something more savoury such as a caramelised onion chutney, or follow my friend Kaylea and go for a mango chutney filling.

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Tamari- This is my secret ingredient for so many recipes. It gives a beautiful wash on top of the pastry before baking. It gives umami, colour, depth, everything you possibly need to take these to the next level.

Ready Made Puff Pastry – As I said before, if it’s okay for Mary Berry it’s okay for me.

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Optional Vegan ‘Egg Wash’

Tamari / soy sauce- As used in my recipe, I find that using tamari (which is a gluten free soy sauce) is brilliant!

Oat milk & smoked paprika- Using a plant based milk with a splash of smoked paprika will give a gorgeous flavour.

Marmite & water – Add 1 tbsp just boiled water to a bowl and mix in 2 tbsp marmite, then use that as a brush, it’ll give a delicious flavour and lovely golden brown colour.

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4 Ingredient Vegan Sausage Rolls

Only 4 ingredients needed to make these delicious stuffed vegan sausage rolls with cranberry sauce. A delicious golden flakey crust with a tasty vegan sausage filling. Perfect for friends!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes


  • 6 vegan sausages
  • 4-5 tbsp cranberry sauce or chutney
  • 1 sheet ready made puff pastry
  • 2 tbsp Tamari for the wash or soy sauce


  • Cook the sausages until just done (usually around 15 minutes at 180ºC)
  • Roll out the puff pastry sheet on a flat surface then spoon on the cranberry sauce down the shortest length of the sheet
  • Crumble the sausages then sprinkle over the top of the cranberry sauce
  • Fold over the puff pastry then seal by using a fork to pinch the edges
  • Brush with tamari (soy sauce or regular wash with work too)
  • Then bake at 200°C for 20 minutes or until beautifully golden and crisp
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If you like this recipe why not try my delicious cream cheese and pancetta vegan pinwheels.

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Recipe Sides & Savoury Snacks

Crispy Cauliflower Leaves

crispy cauliflower leaves reduce food waste


Leftover cauliflower leaves from 1 – 2 heads cauliflower

1/2 tsp sea salt

1 tbsp homemade harissa paste (recipe here)


Preheat the oven to 180ºC

Thoroughly wash the cauliflower leaves and strip the stalks (you can leave these on however they’re a little crunchy)

Massage the harissa and salt into the leaves then place on a lined baking tray, bake for 15-18 minutes until crispy



Recipe Sides & Savoury Snacks

Miso Marinated Aubergine

miso glazed aubergine with spring onion


2 large aubergines


For the marinade

1 tsp brown miso paste

2 tsp Tamari

1/2 tsp grated fresh ginger

1/4 tsp garlic powder

3 tsp date nectar / honey
1 large aubergine


To garnish

1 tbsp Sesame seeds

2 spring onions


Slice the aubergine, mix the marinade ingredients together then coat the slices and leave for at least 10 minutes

Place a griddle pan on a high heat

Add the marinated aubergine to the piping hot pan and allow to sizzle for around 6 minutes until the deep grill lines slightly charr the aubergine

Plate up, drizzle in any leftover dressing and top with sesame seeds and spring onion.

*These aubergine steaks can also be served with rice or in bao buns to make a main dish

Miso marinated aubergine
Miso marinated aubergine