These fritters are gorgeous! whats even better is they are simple and quick to make and there are endless posibillitys of flavours!
These happen to be Vegan/ vegetarian.
They are made with gram flour batter made with 50g of flour mixed with 100mls pf water.
I used cooked broccoli and red leiceter cheese for one flavour, and sweetcorn for the other and both had spring onion and chive.
gently fried on a medium heat for 10 mins and my little boy enjoyed them with a dollop of ketchup!
these are going to be great for campervan cooking! tin of sweetcorn to had and a bag of flour! really chuffed with these 🙂 sneaky way to get healthy veg and chickpea goodness into my boy!
Gorgeous cold too (nice to find a little snack in the fridge)
being a bit of a spice monster i willl be making a chilli head one of some discription!
Well, well, well I thought this was going a bit far and the outcome would be rubbish! Not at all, a lovely fresh flavour and great texture and utterly healthy! Really quick and cheap to make! My meat eating wonderspouse polished it off!
1 can of chickpeas mushed
1 stick of celery finely diced
3 gherkins finely diced
Dried Seaweed a tablespoon
Salt and pepper
Squeeze of lemon
Mix all of the above leave for an hour or better overnight.
Make a yummy sandwich or on top of a baked potato.
And sit and polish ones healthy halo as you eat this yummy and kind to the ocean bit of heaven 🙂
I was reminiscing about the food I enjoyed as a child. I miss fish fingers and as a child I loved fish cake… I was sure I had some edible sea weed in my cupboard! Surely I could re create a version that my boy could taste a sort of taste of fish?
My son is vegetarian and he hasn’t explored his fishy flavour taste buds! Fish is one thing all of these years later that I miss.
bugger it I thought!
I microwaved a large potato and scooped and mashed the soft inside.
I added about a tablespoon maybe more of packet seaweed and mushed it together.
I added the zest of a lemon and a little of the juice.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Made the mash mix into fish shapes and then floured them and put in the fridge for 30 mins.
I made a light batter by using 2 ounces of self raising flour and 75 mls of cold water.
This recipe was a tester and I was really pleased. It will be tweaked and made better but for now once I was ready to cook them for my boy I swamped them in the batter and put them in the deep fat frier.
Drained and served!
I really wasn’t sure of the outcome. The batter is light and tasty and the flavours are light and tasty. Best of all it’s gorgeous , fish free, Vegetarian and Vegan kids will be happy that they are not being left out from a fish fingers or fish cake 🙂
Small boy ate the lot!!! 🙂
And a splodge of ketchup! 🙂
Vegan fishy cakes are amazing!!!!!
Well, well,well what have we got here then?
I have made a delicious soup that you will just love!!!
I have been ever so jealous of all these claims that chicken soup is one of the best things to love, nurture and heal the soul.
Well hold back on those chickens folks this one really is soothing soul food!!
Surprise is it actually is very, very chicken flavoured without a chicken anyway near it!
The story is……
I had sweet corn in my veg box a couple of weeks on the trot due to life being a bit rocky I haven’t been making the most of my veg box. I really felt a bit sorry for them all golden and lovely so decided there was only one thing…. Soup!
What I did….
Gently softened 3 little onions
I then scraped the corn off of 4 corn cobs and added to the onions. I added a cup full of yellow split peas boiled water and then simmered until the yellow split peas were soft.
I then added 2 veggie stock cubes cooked for a but longer and then blitzed it in the food processor.
The ‘chicken’ flavour is quite astonishing and the soup is lovely! My only wish is that I had used really fresh corn as I am sure the texture would be smoother!!!
Toddler eating issues have been plaguing me. My *proud mummy * of a child that eats really well bubble has popped. He eats and throws it. He turns his head too. And then eats it when he wants it. Refuses when I offer *one more* Ugh!!!!!
I had a Eureka moment!!
He loves it.
I decided if he won’t eat this then it’s definitely teething or some other Malady.
Oh yes! His little bowl that I filled to the brim with freshly cooked Pasta and vegetables *gone*
A simple Onion, Red Pepper,Carrot, Celery, Garlic, Oregano and Basil mixed with a Tin of Tomatoes . Mixed into cooked Spaghetti.
Finely grated Cheese.
Black pepper (tiny bit for baby)
As I was tucking in to these egg sandwiches It brought back memories of being a child. It didn’t happen very often but if my mum ever said “What would you like for tea?” I would always ask for Egg sandwiches.
I can’t tell you what it was about HER Egg sandwiches but they were the best. I enjoyed sitting with my little one as we ate them I hope he has happy food memories.
Sadly my mum passed away at a young age funny how things like a simple sandwich bring good feelings back!
I tasted these delicious Spiced potato patties from a little Deli and they are delicious. It was hardwork not to just devour it as I was eating it but I carefully tried to recognise the flavours! It’s not exactly the same but I will work on it.
You will need…
5 medium potatoes
1 small white onion
3 green chillies finely chopped
1 teaspoon of Garam masala
1/2 teaspoon Cumin
1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
Handful of chopped fresh coriander
Good pinch of salt
Chick pea flour
What I did was ….
Boil 5 medium potatoes and cool then crush them roughly.
Fry the finely diced onion until soft add chilli and cook until soft.
Add the cumin and cook for a little longer.
Then add the Garam masala and Cayenne pepper, stir and then add the crushed potato.
On a gentle heat warm the potato through and mix together.
Season with salt to taste and add the chopped Coriander.
Mould the mixture into round shapes and coat with some chickpea flour.
Mix chick pea flour and water to make a batch of batter.
Coat each of the patties in batter and gently fry in sunflower oil in a griddle pan. It took about 5 mins each side.
These can be eaten hot or cold and are delicious! Vegan too which makes them taste all the better.