Garlic & parmesan roasted vegetables – beans, carrots, romanesco

garlic & parmesan roasted vegetables - carrots, beans and cauliflower

Super easy, and they taste incredible! These crispy garlic & parmesan roasted vegetables will quickly become a dinnertime favourite.  Roasted vegetables? Yes please. I must admit to being a little obsessed with this roasted vegetables. (See these maple roasted carrots and parsnips, these roasted squash fajitas, and these honey roasted root vegetables…

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Parsnip & carrot kugel – egg- and dairy-free

carrot & parsnip kugel

Kugel is a very traditional Ashkenazi Jewish food, with the two classic variants being potato, and lokshen (noodle). In essence, kugel is a starchy baked pudding, usually bound together with eggs. Potato kugel is typically savoury but lokshen kugel is more usually sweet, often with dried fruit and sometimes held together with a…

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Beetroot salad with pomegranate

beetroot salad with orange, red onion & pomegranate seeds

A nutritious, quick and simple salad. Earthy beets are paired with zesty orange and the fragrant sharp-sweet crunch of pomegranate seeds. Beautiful and delicious! Symbolic fruit The pomegranate is a highly symbolic and significant fruit in Jewish tradition. Legend has it that every pomegranate contains exactly 613 seeds – the…

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Crunchy autumn slaw with ginger-honey-yogurt dressing – Rosh Hashanah salad

crunchy autumn slaw.

A delicious salad of carrots, beets & leeks in a tangy, creamy dressing. Perfect for Rosh Hashanah or any autumnal mealtime. A beautiful & tasty side dish. There are many symbolic foods which are traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year. The most well known are apples…

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