A sharing plate until you taste it – then it’s just for you in front of the sport or a movie!
A savoury scone – best eaten straight out of the oven, smothered in some kind of dip or dunked into a soup or stew.
Cumin seeds, curry powder, and turmeric combine to make delicious Indian spice rostis – a great option for a holiday party!
These kale chips are a guilt-free yet munchy addition to lunch boxes – just the thing if you are looking to avoid traditional potato crisps.
Full of protein, Alfred Prasad’s simple snack recipe is quick and easy to prepare and is fantastic paired with a refreshing cocktail as an alternative to crisps or nuts.
The Kind Cook
Not only are these delicious but they are super easy to make, garlic free, gluten free, dairy free, egg free and easily made low fat.
A hearty chilli from popular London brasserie Joe Allen – great served with tortilla chips or guacamole or both!
Two wonderfully simple spreads from Restaurant 8ablish – perfect in sandwiches or for topping crisp breads and crackers!
Like an awesome food boy band with three integral members – falafel, hummus, tabouleh!
Copy My Dinner
These cauliflower fritters make a great snack or starter especially if you are having an Indian meal – use other veggies if preferred.
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