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Recipes

Here are some recipes we have published in the blog. Just click on the link. We will be adding more recipes, so why not bookmark this page and come back, or subscribe to the blog.  (And if you can’t be bothered to make them, why not book a room and let us make them for you!).

There is also a recipe book available – read more here!

“thanks a mill for sending the book. It is really lovely – beautifully put together. And next weekend have a veggie friend for supper for whom I will def make things from the book. P is paging through it now saying mm lovely.” Viv (London)

“The book looks great, I’ll be trying the recipes in the new year!” John and Jenny (France)

“Just to let you know that the books arrived safely. Thank you.  They are beautiful and perfectly in time for Christmas. I am certain  that the recipes will impress my vegetarian and omni friends alike. A few of the recipes from your website are already my firm favourites.”
Anita (Australia)

“Received the books today – they are lovely!” Joanne (London)

“we saw a copy… and very impressed we were too – beautifully laid out and illustrated. Have ordered a copy.” Ewan (Wales)

Breakfast

Christmas Pudding Porridge (also, in my opinion, an interesting desert!)

Starters

Beetroot and pumpkin soup

Nut pâté

Crunchy mixed salad

Aubergine and halloumi parcels

Spicy Potato cakes

Main courses

Chili non-carni

Moroccan Tagine

Vegetable Paella

Pâté de pommes de terre a la façon galloise….

Chana-sag-aloo-dal (madras)

Spanichopitta

Minted pea and feta cakes

Asparagus and leek risotto

Tofu and vegetable bake

Tartiflette

Vegetable Gratin

Gnocchi with a twist

Puy de Dome Pie (Vegan Shepherds Pie with Puy Lentils)

Deserts

Lemon Cheesecake

Fondant au chocolat

Vegan Muffin-Brownie Cake

Other

Lovely Crusty Grainy Bread

Honey mustard vinaigrette

Spicy marinated olives

Mango and apple chutney

Vegetarianandveganfrance.com & 3placedesarbres.com. Vegetarian & Vegan recipes from the kitchen of a vegetarian chambres d’hotes in the heart of France. Why not come to the beautiful vegetarian guest house, located in the Limousin region of France, and sample Andrea’s cooking for yourself?

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Ted Strickroth permalink
    September 29, 2009 1:28 am

    Your website is a delightful oasis! I’m looking for a recipe for tofu franchiase, can you help? If this is not possible, a recipe on cooking artichokes would be helpful.
    Many thanks, Ted Strickroth

    • Humpbuckle permalink
      September 30, 2009 12:24 pm

      Thanks Ted, I will look out for the recipes for you

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