30-minute Vegetarian by Rose Elliot

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  • Mango and cardamom fool

    • Astrid5555 on August 13, 2014

      Simple, yet delicious! The cardamom elevates this dessert to something special. Will repeat!

  • Quick almond and raspberry biscuits

    • SugarFree_Vegan on March 08, 2013

      Very easy to make and delicious too. I used sugar free maple syrup and St Dalfour Apricot Jam.

  • Quick and easy courgette tart

  • Quick dosa masala with fresh tomato chutney

    • SugarFree_Vegan on March 01, 2018

      Page 120 - this is a really easy dish to make in advance and then finish off at the end. Make the potato filling but ensure that you don't over cook them - you don't want mash! You might need to thin down the pancake mix if you leave it to sit. You can use plain flour and add a little baking powder if you don't have self-raising. This is delicious, simple and a relatively light supper dish and would easily adapt to other fillings too.

    • Hannaha100 on June 08, 2020

      Made without chilli and coriander for kids and then added in for adults. Myself DH and M2 all liked this but M1 didn't. Served with tomatoes (didn't make the chutney) and sugarsnap peas. I would make this again - I wonder if a yoghurt sauce or something would help M?

  • Thai-flavoured chickpea and millet cakes with red pepper sauce

    • Hannaha100 on July 27, 2016

      This is definitely one for repeating. Vegan. I loved the subtle Thai curry flavour (I'd added an extra tsp of curry paste) and they held together much better than most previous veggie burgers/patties I've tried - no food processor required. I also used all-purpose gluten-free flour to coat with no issues. This dish definitely took me longer than 30 minutes and I found the chickpeas and millet a bit tricky to mash together - ended up using a fork. Not a recipe for when you're in a hurry (although you can cook the cakes from frozen so could prepare ahead). I added a splash of water to the red pepper sauce despite Rose saying it wasn't needed, because there was very little moisture.. The red pepper sauce was a winner with my husband - "really good", and the mustard dip was super quick and easy and very tasty. Will use leftovers as a salad dressing.

  • Red hot udon stir-fry

    • Hannaha100 on July 28, 2016

      Pretty nice - generous portions, I'd go easy on the pak choi next time. Husband hated the mushrooms (as usual), could sub in peppers, baby corn or tofu next time. Could swap udon for rice noodles to make gluten-free. Vegan. Good for allergies (without peanut).

  • Oven-baked asparagus and pea risotto

    • Hannaha100 on July 21, 2016

      Gluten-free. Vegan without optional parmesan. Skipped the garlic. This went down well with both husband and baby. Took longer than 30 minutes but partly because I didn't follow the instructions to keep the stock boiling and preheat the casserole dish - my bad. Could probably have prepped some of the veg in advance. I personally thought it tasted better with the optional parmesan but was perfectly fine without.

  • Roasted asparagus with instant Hollandaise

    • Hannaha100 on May 24, 2018

      Made the vegan variation. Everyone loved the roasted asparagus including toddler - easy, will do again. I liked the vegan sauce but I don't think I could call it a hollandaise in good conscience. (In fairness I've since noticed that she actually refers to it as tofu mayonnaise which I guess is more accurate). More similar to hummus. Toddler wouldn't touch.

  • Warm lime-roasted sweet potato and couscous salad

    • Hannaha100 on July 20, 2016

      Vegan. Good for allergies with gluten-free couscous. Reasonably healthy and easy weeknight dinner. Could roast sweet potato in advance. Nice enough dish but not particularly special. Like the combination of sweet potato and lime though. Pleasantly surprised that my baby happily ate some. 600g sweet potato was about 4 largeish sweet potatoes.

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  • ISBN 10 0007458274
  • ISBN 13 9780007458271
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  • Published Jul 05 2012
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 240
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Collins

Publishers Text

Britain's bestselling vegetarian cook helps you get a great meal on the table fast. Perfect for the busy home cook, Rose Elliot's 30-Minute Vegetarian will help you make a delicious and quick vegetarian dinner, any night of the week. If you need fast and tasty food after a hard day's work or a healthy dinner to feed family and friends; whether you are craving a comforting classic or fresh ideas for cooking with vegetables, you will find it in this book -- 140 modern vegetarian recipes that can be cooked in half an hour or less. Recipes include ! Celeriac soup with porcini and truffle oil Banana pudding Warm butternut squash salad with baby spinach leaves, chopped red onion and pine nuts Thai bean and millet cakes with a hot red pepper sauce White chocolate cheesecake with lime and ginger Ultimate red bean chilli Grilled Halloumi skewers with red and yellow peppers, with herby couscous Rendang Malaysian vegetable and coconut curry Broad bean lasagna Figs with warm honey and balsamic dressing, watercress and Stilton Blueberry crumble Oven-baked asparagus and pea risotto Red hot udon noodle stir fry Easy courgette tart

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