Posts Tagged ‘cabbage’

Porcini and Borlotti Bean Soup | I Spy Plum Pie

Recipe: Porcini and Borlotti Bean Soup

It’s certainly soup season round these parts! I wanted something that really highlighted winter veggies and this porcini and borlotti bean soup definitely hits the mark. Easy to make with just a little pre-preparation required. Most importantly it’s delicious too!

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Fennel Apple and Cabbage Slaw | I Spy Plum Pie

Recipe: Fennel Apple and Cabbage Slaw

We were on salad duty for Christmas this year, which is always ok with me! We decided to make salads we hadn’t tried before which thankfully worked out very well – last week I shared the delicious¬†nectarine, haloumi & pomegranate salad we made. Our other contribution was this fennel apple and cabbage slaw and it will likely be on high rotation this summer – fresh, crunchy and oh so delicious.

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Thai Tofu Soba Noodle Salad | I Spy Plum Pie

Recipe: Thai Tofu Soba Noodle Salad

Fresh and crunchy salads are definitely my current go-to and this thai tofu soba noodle salad is an absolute winner. Easy to prepare, packed with flavour and vegan friendly too! Definitely one to add to the rotation this spring and summer.

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Recipe: Vegetable Noodle Salad

This vegetable noodle salad is one of the quickest and easiest recipes I have shared in a long time, but don’t let that fool you, it is still super delicious! It’s perfect for a quick dinner (particularly if you have a few mouths to feed) or to keep you going for lunch for a week! Plus, it’s colourful which is always a plus in my books!

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Recipe: Mushroom & Cabbage Wontons

Wontons (or dumplings) have been a firm favourite of mine for a very long time, and I have many a happy memory attached to them. Cheap nights of dumplings and wine with friends were a firm fixture of my early 20s, and whilst the dumplings then might not have been of the highest quality, we didn’t mind (that may have been due to the equally cheap wine!). I’ve also been lucky enough to eat dumplings in various parts of China, both when visiting my parents (they lived there in my early 20s for a few years) and on a study tour in my final year of uni.

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