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Meat Free Recipes

Meat Free Recipes are the latest Collection of Home Farmer articles! All of these recipes have no meat in at all, how good is that.

Mock Salmon

Mock Salmon

Food Historian Seren Hollins re-creates a wartime favourite, Mock Salmon. One she confesses is not entirely authentic and she adds half a teaspoon of smaoked paprika to the mix just to ‘pep-it-up’ Ingredients ¼lb fresh tomatoes, skinned ½oz butter (plus and extra knob – rations allowing) 2oz breadcrumbs 2oz grated cheesse 1 egg, beaten Salt […]

By March 23, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Simple and Quick Flatbread

Simple and Quick Flatbread

This simple-to-make flatbread is easy to make using just 3 ingredients and no kneading. All you need is equal measures of self-raising flour and natural yoghurt along with a dash of baking powder. They mop up a good curry to replace chappattis or naans and are fab with my ‘happy soup‘ too. To make 4 […]

By February 7, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Parsnip and Chickpea Rissoles

Parsnip and Chickpea Rissoles

Gaby Bartai shares her recipe for these Parsnip and Chickpea Rissoles, a recipe she adapts throughout the year to use crops in season. They freeze well and can be served with rice and tomato sauce or with potatoes, veg and gravy and would go really well served with a dollop of roasted pepper ketchup or […]

By September 9, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Rose-hip Soup

Rose-hip Soup

In the same way that many of us in the 1960s were required to take our daily dose of rose-hip syrup, Swedish children were encouraged to eat a bowl of this tasty soup at the weekend. A nation of foragers, Swedes often use ingredients – even in packaged versions of familiar products – which are […]

Himalayan Balsam Recipes

Himalayan Balsam Recipes

In the 19th Century a plant was introduced into the UK as an alternative to the orchid. Himalayan Balsam quickly adapted and spread, it’s rapid spread helped by small children (and not just children) delighting in the seeds that shoot out from the pods when touched. These seeds can shoot up to 23′ – it […]

Nasturtium Leaf Pesto

Nasturtium Leaf Pesto

Nasturtiums are often over looked as a food source but in a bad year on an allotment they can really come into their own.  The flowers and leaves can be used in salads, the buds can be blanched then pickled in vinegar for use as capers, and as Dave Hamilton, author of Grow Your Food […]

How to make Tomato Ketchup

How to make Tomato Ketchup

Spice up your tomato ketchup with Mike Rutland’s recipe which includes cayenne pepper and ginger as well as various other spices. See also: make-your-own-hp-sauce make-your-own-branston-pickle roasted-red-pepper-ketchup horseradish-sauce how-to-make-chipotle-sauce Ingredients 2.25kg tomatoes 350g apples (about 3 apples) 450ml white vinegar 250g onions 1 level tsp white pepper ¼ level tsp cayenne pepper 1 level tsp ground […]

By February 21, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Smoky Sweet Potato Soup

Smoky Sweet Potato Soup

Elizabeth McCorquodale’s soup is equally good as a quick family lunch or as the centrepiece of a winter gathering. The addition of the cayenne and smoked paprika raises this simple soup to one suitable for a dinner party, where it never fails to impress. See also: Potato Peel Soup Wild Garlic Soup INGREDIENTS 2 tbsp […]

By February 20, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Smugglers’ Hot Cocoa with Sweetened Whipped Coconut Cream

Smugglers’ Hot Cocoa with Sweetened Whipped Coconut Cream

Aine Carlin shares her recipe for an almost quilt free hot cocoa, using whipped coconut cream making it suitable for vegans too. This rum-spiked cocoa is a favourite of ours that is best enjoyed curled up on the sofa watching re-runs of Poldark – or Jamaica Inn, take your pick. Can I get an ‘arrr’?! […]

By February 17, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Jerk-Style Cauliflower Steaks

Jerk-Style Cauliflower Steaks

This recipe for Jerk-Style Cauliflower Steaks has been taken from: The New Vegan by Aine Carlin. Published by Kyle Books, priced £14.99. Photography by Nassima Rothacker. I love experimenting with spices and injecting a lot of flavour into ingredients that have very little. Cauliflower is one such vegetable, subtle enough to absorb all that luscious […]

By February 11, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

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