Back in the day, when I was a little younger, I would always opt for a chicken dopiaza from the menu at an indian restaurant. It does feel a little retro but I love it and I think you will too. Dopiaza literally means two onions. Onions are added at two stages and I use two different sizes of onions too.
Chickpea, sweet potato, feta and Quinoa salad is a salad that i have often because it doesn’t feel like a salad. That’s a win win situation if you ask me. All the benefits of a salad but without all the calories. I love that is is so hearty, filling and subtly flavoured. Some times i don’t want overpowering, ‘hey look at me’ flavours. Sometimes I want texture, simplicity and fresh flavours. Sometimes I like it when every ingredient sings and stands firm, rather then being forced out of the equation altogether by strong, in your face flavours.
I imagine that becoming vegan can feel like quite an intimidating task. I mean, there is so much to consider. I think the no meat bit would probably be the easiest part, to be honest. Well it would be for me anyway. The no milk, no eggs and no butter on the other hand would probably be a real challenge! So t’s nice to come across desserts made without any of the above! Desserts that are pretty delicious and vegan friendly. What is even nicer, is that the desserts are Refined sugar free, Dairy free, Wheat free, Soy free and Gluten free! The company behind the desserts are V:Gd.