Vegan chefs share three’super fun’ meals that are ‘warming and substantial.’


Budget-friendly recipes: Three’super fun’ meals from vegan chefs that are both ‘warming and substantial.’

Henry Firth and Ian Theasby, two vegan chefs, switched from meat eaters to vegans six years ago and haven’t looked back.

Their goal is to persuade more Britons to try a plant-based diet and see how simple and delicious it can be.

BOSH! On A Budget, the chefs’ most recent project, was released in December of last year.

This website has selected three of the book’s 80 delicious, money-saving, plant-based recipes to share with readers here.

“We’ve included it in the brunch chapter because it’s a great way to start the day, but Shakshuka is a delicious meal at any time.”

This silky red pepper stew feels really warming and generous when served with toasted pita bread for dunking.

We’re really happy with these vegan eggs; they look great and taste great.

“It’s a lot of fun, and it’s ideal for Instagram.”

red pepper, one

2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

1 fresh red chilli, 1 large white onion

three cloves of garlic

1 teaspoon dried oregano 1 handful fresh coriander

1 tsp cumin powder, 1 tsp smoked paprika

Paprika dulce

1 tsp sugar 1 and 1/2 tbsp tomato puree

1 x 400g tin 1 tbsp red wine vinegar

Tomatoes, chopped

Bay leaves (two)

1 cinnamon stick seasoned with salt

a yellow pepper, half

1 tblsp mayonnaise (vegetarian)

1 tsp tahini

12 lemon


4 tablespoons yoghurt (dairy-free)

a quarter lemon

sodium chloride

1 onion, spring

Pita bread (four pitas)

Preheat your grill to high or light your biggest gas ring.

Place the red and yellow peppers directly on the flame or under the grill for 10 to 15 minutes, turning every five minutes, until they are blackened.

Place in a bowl to cool, then steam with a plate on top.

Pour the olive oil into the frying pan over medium heat.

Add the onion to the pan after it has been peeled and chopped finely.

Cut the chilli in half and dice one half while finely slicing the other.

Garlic cloves should be peeled and grated.

Cook for five minutes while stirring in the diced chilli and garlic.

Leave the leaves aside and finely chop the coriander stems before adding them to the pan.

Combine the oregano and spices in a large mixing bowl.

Cook for five minutes more after stirring.

Stir in the tomato puree and sugar until it darkens and becomes sticky.

Pour in the vinegar and allow it to bubble and evaporate.

Toss in the canned tomatoes and bay leaves.

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