All posts tagged: bolognese

Vegan Currywurst at Beelzebab, Apple Braised Cabbage and an Impromptu Vegan Dinner Party

Week 2 of Veganuary has passed with neither insult nor injury. My stomach has returned to its former not-8-months-pregnant-looking glory thanks to the week 1 bloating phase being well behind us and, at this half way mark, I’ve not really had a craving for anything non vegan or felt particularly deprived. This perceived lack of deprivation in my diet may well be coming only from the fact that I’m also knee deep in Dry January, and all minor inconveniences are paling in comparison to the fact that not a single drop of alcohol has passed my lips in 14 days. Who’s to say. Here’s this weeks highlight reel: Beelzebab at The Hope and Ruin Beelzebab are renowned the whole city over for their vegan kebabs and hot dogs, but it was the ‘loaded fries’ side of the menu that my friend and I gravitated towards when we were in for a drink this week. Currywurst (right) is £5.95 and chilli cheese fries (left) are £6.95, both an ideal portion for a carb-heavy, self indulgent, beautifully …

Chestnut Mushroom Bolognese with Sweet Potato ‘Spaghetti’

This recipe is in collaboration with High Street TV We all remember the NutriBullet, right? It’s been the must have piece of kitchen equipment for like.. 5 years? It came onto my radar after the Queens of ‘clean eating’ took the product under their wing in the early days of green smoothies, energy balls and from-scratch hummuses and pestos. While I have no desire to be affiliated with the clean eating world, I can appreciate a high speed blender as much as the next food obsessed millenial. It’s for this reason that I’m delighted to be involved in the #VegOut campaign for their brand new product, the VeggieBullet.. The VeggieBullet is a new 3 in 1 kitchen tool that slices, shreds and spiralises vegetables in what feels like record time. We’ll focus on the slicing and shredding tools in another recipe later this week, today we’re going to explore the machine’s spiralising powers. I’d be lying if I said this was an out of the box product. There’s a lot of set up and assembly …