More Meals on Wheels

At the weekend it was time for me to take vegan food over to friends again. It's autumn and we needed wine and comfort food. I decided a one pot curry was the way to go and picked the 2nd Avenue Vegetable Korma from Appetite For Reduction. Blimey, when I'd finished I actually said out loud 'Is that it?'. I couldn't get over how incredibly quickly this comes together. You've got curry on your plate faster than it takes to pick up the phone and get a takeaway delivered. Thank you Isa, this is a recipe that's going to be made again and again in my house!

It also made the cranberry and cashew biranyni which is more like a pilau rice to go with it. This does take a bit longer but once you've bunged it all in the pan you just set the timer and go away and do something else, so another winner! And, not forgetting dessert, here in all it's glory before it goes in the oven is something that I've been making for the last 5 years at this time of the year since I got my first ever vegan cookbook. It's the Gingerbread Apple Pie from Vegan With A Vengeance which is lovely with custard.


Comments

  1. This looks great. I'm sad to say I haven't made many recipes from this cookbook yet. I'm going to add that recipe to my "must make" list.

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  2. Gingerbread Apple Pie - that sounds amazing. I bet your kitchen smelled delicious from the baking, too. Dual purpose foods (taste & home scents) are awesome!

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  3. Gingerbread apple pie huh? That sounds awesome!

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  4. I've never noticed that pie recipe before, sounds great!

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  5. I love that gingerbread apple pie! Total genius.

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  6. I LOVE that book! I'm doing this book this week too! Love it. But havent tried that recipe yet! :)

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  7. You can come and visit me with food anytime. :)

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