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Artichoke Farinata

posted on: 6th Jun 2018  RecipesMain CourseBread and BakingVeganGluten FreeBeans & PulsesFrenchItalian

Artichoke Farinata

Farinata is a simple dish originating in Genoa, Italy. It’s traditionally vegan and gluten free, so it makes the perfect alternative to an omelette,...

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Mushroom and Seitan Stew with Crispy Potatoes

posted on: 7th Feb 2018  RecipesWinterMain CourseVeganFrench

Mushroom and Seitan Stew with Crispy Potatoes

This is our take on a traditional French dark stew with firm chestnut mushrooms, seitan (wheat gluten) and bitter dark Ale. The quantities look huge,...

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Vegan Green Bean and Artichoke Niçoise Salad

posted on: 14th May 2017  RecipesSpringSaladVeganBeans & PulsesFrench

Vegan Green Bean and Artichoke Niçoise Salad

In the style of Nice, Niçoise salad is a typical Provençal salad, usually made with anchovies. We use capers instead to...

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Leek Tart with Green Olive Tapenade

posted on: 16th Mar 2017  RecipesSpringMain CourseSide DishVeganFrench

Leek Tart with Green Olive Tapenade

Leek tarts are wonderful for starters and light spring lunches. Actually, you can make these with any seasonal vegetable and cheese you like. Feel...

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Green Olive and Almond Tapenade

posted on: 15th Mar 2017  RecipesSide DishBread and BakingVeganFrench

Green Olive and Almond Tapenade

Tapenades are a great store cupboard essential, spread on toast, stir into pasta, make into a salad dressing or spread on puff pastry and top...

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​Christmas Squash Pithivier

posted on: 20th Dec 2015  RecipesAutumnWinterMain CourseChristmasFrench

​Christmas Squash Pithivier

This gorgeous vegetarian Christmas main dish is filled with brandied mushrooms, greens and cranberry chestnut stuffing. The stuffing also doubles as a side...

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Puff Pissaladière

posted on: 20th Sep 2015  RecipesMain CourseBread and BakingVeganFrench

Puff Pissaladière

Pissaladière is a wonderful dish that originated in the south of France. The dough is a bit thicker than Italian pizza and topped...

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Béarnaise Sauce

posted on: 19th Jan 2015  RecipesSide DishFrench

Béarnaise Sauce

Bearnaise Sauce is definitely over the top in calorific terms, but I much prefer it to pure Hollandaise. The vinegar cuts through the richness of...

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French Fougasse

posted on: 2nd Sep 2014  RecipesBread and BakingFrench

French Fougasse

Fougasse is a type of bread from Provence. Always a flat bread with slits, that can be shaped like the pattern of a leaf. In...

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Aubergine Roulé

posted on: 12th May 2014  RecipesMain CourseFrench

Aubergine Roulé

Just back from a glorious sunny warm week teaching in France on our French Cooking Holiday and this Aubergine Roulé was one of the most...

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