JUST SOME OF OUR FAVOURITE RECIPES…

A collection of our favourite recipes from over the years, some we made up, some classics in our own style and several begged from people who have come on courses bearing lushious goodies for lunch!

All are vegan (or can be made vegetarian if you desire), lots are also wheat free…enjoy!

MAIN COURSE …

WISTERIA AND FENNEL SALAD WITH ORANGE DRESSING
WISTERIA AND FENNEL SALAD WITH ORANGE DRESSINGcolouful and tasty...
Be careful when selecting flowers, not all are edible, but wisteria are a tasty sweet addition early in the summer, always ensure you remove the stem, just use the petals.
MEDITERRANEAN SALAD
MEDITERRANEAN SALADPerfect made ahead of time...
You will love this roasted vegetable salad infused with Mediterranean herb flavours, one of my Auntie Beryls signature dishes and very popular when ever we serve it!
WARM ROASTED FENNEL & AUBERGINE SALAD
WARM ROASTED FENNEL & AUBERGINE SALADServe hot or cold...
I must admit to loving a warm salad on a mizzly day – all the better chilled if its burning hot summer sun the next day too!
BUTTERNUT SQUASH AND PEARL BARLEY SALAD
BUTTERNUT SQUASH AND PEARL BARLEY SALADServe hot or cold...
Butternut squash, olives and sundried tomatoes in a mustard and basalmic vinagrette with pearl barley – must try this with buckwheat think it would be lovely!
SPIRAL SPUDS
SPIRAL SPUDSFun way to add spuds to the BBQ...
So simple, so effective and so much fun!
ROASTED RED PEPPERS STUFFED WITH FENNEL
ROASTED RED PEPPERS STUFFED WITH FENNELAn impressive dish, simple and quick to prepare in advance...
Effective colour combinations are always a winner and fennel bulbs led themselves to these pretty little heartshaped peppers for a really hearty side or main dish.
HUMMUS IN MANY WAYS ...
HUMMUS IN MANY WAYS ...What could be better than hummus to brighten up a summer salad
This recipe can be adapted and made with many different flavours, there is a secret ingredient that makes it fluffy and light.
BREADHOGS
BREADHOGSOk so this is just my basic bread recipe, but there are so many variations, Hogs being just one!
Basic bread recipe, you choose how you shape and flavour it…
LENTIL & BEETROOT SALAD
LENTIL & BEETROOT SALADTasty and very good for you, lentils are all the better for a lift of summery ingredients and herbs
A very substatial salad, make a ahead and add the herbs before serving.
CAULIFLOWER & BROCOLLI WITH WILD RICE
CAULIFLOWER & BROCOLLI WITH WILD RICEA good hot dish on a winters day.
Works well as a side or main feature of a meal – wild rice adds a nuttiness to this substantial dish.
MUM'S CHICKPEA CASSEROLE
MUM'S CHICKPEA CASSEROLEA real childhood memory for me, still love it as much as ever.
Freezes well and yes you really do need all those onions, its not wrong!
THE OLD KENNELS SIGNATURE ROSEMARY ROAST SPUDS
THE OLD KENNELS SIGNATURE ROSEMARY ROAST SPUDSSo simple I feel embarrased putting them on a website...but so often asked how they are done!
Couldnt be easier and I think, always enjoyed.
THE OLD KENNELS GLUTEN FREE SEEDED BUCKWHEAT BREAD
THE OLD KENNELS GLUTEN FREE SEEDED BUCKWHEAT BREADGluten Free and gorgeous toasted for breakfast with homemade marmalade or warm with soup
Simple to make and freezes well.
WINTER RED SLAW
WINTER RED SLAWColourful winter salad
Keeps weel in the fridge if you make the day before and doesn’t loose any of its colour or crispness.
OTTOLENGHIS RADISH AND BROADBEAN SALAD
OTTOLENGHIS RADISH AND BROADBEAN SALADWhen you are only making one salad its got to be an Ottolenghi!
Oh … that moment when someone walks in with an Ottolenghi radish & broadbean salad in a handmade stoneware bowl (thats they also made themselves!) as their lunch contribution