Tag: vegan main course

The Musette: Mushroom Meatloaf

This protein-packed meatless loaf will quickly become a dinnertime favourite. It’s firm, not mushy or dry, and bursting with umami flavor. This vegan loaf is equally terrific topped with a shiny layer of ketchup glaze or smothered in gravy. Plus, leftovers make fantastic sandwiches.… Continue Reading “The Musette: Mushroom Meatloaf”

The Musette: Braised celery with beans and saffron

I love celery but all too often only use it in mirepoix, soffritto or for dipping into guacamole. My late mother, a fabulous cook, often served it in a bechamel sauce studded with bits of bacon as one of her many vegetable side dishes… Continue Reading “The Musette: Braised celery with beans and saffron”

The Musette: Herby Roasted Asparagus

I adore asparagus – green, white, purple – just bring it on! This is a dish I cook at home a lot  during spring. I turn it into a main for my beloved with the addition of a poached egg or some thickly sliced ham… Continue Reading “The Musette: Herby Roasted Asparagus”

The Musette: Vignarola

Vignarola is simply a celebration of that moment in spring when you have an abundance of beautiful artichokes, and the first of the broad beans and peas. It is so simple, but what makes it special is that the vegetables are cooked one after the… Continue Reading “The Musette: Vignarola”

The Musette: Channa Masala

For obvious reasons, this month all my recipes will be vegan. This simple recipe is quick and easy to make, yet very tasty. Like me you can make the curry sauce in bulk and freeze some, so that the next time it will take less than… Continue Reading “The Musette: Channa Masala”

The Musette: vegan baked beans and cabbage

While we’re in lockdown, I’m trying new recipes largely because I only want to shop once a week and partly to turn over my freezer and storecupboards. I’m always looking for dishes which I can adapt to serve both of us, otherwise I have… Continue Reading “The Musette: vegan baked beans and cabbage”