We’ve dramatically cut down on the meat consumption over the past few months but we can struggle for ideas. I was recently sent* a Vegan Box from Vegan Apron. There are 4 types of vegan recipe boxes that can be delivered weekly. The recipe boxes come with everything you need to make 3 meals including the recipes to follow. The ingredients are high quality, fresh produce and the packaging is biodegradable compostable wherever possible. Each recipe is packed individually so you can keep everything together in the fridge with the correct recipe card.
With my box, I was also sent Miguel Barclay’s Vegan One Pound Meals Book. The book contains over 85 vegan recipes including golden syrup broccoli noodles, mac and no cheese, sticky aubergine bao, black bean meatballs, vegan sausage rolls and my favourite, sweet potato katsu curry. This book is all about Miguel showing how accessible vegan food is and how to create delicious food with minimum fuss and maximum flavour. As the name of the book suggests, all the meals cost only £1 per portion!
I made Miguel’s Thai dauphinoise which were incredible. The recipe used potatoes, coconut milk, garlic, chilli, pak choi, green beans and pinenuts. I will definitely making these again and again, the recipe really shows that you don’t need cream, cows milk and cheese to make delicious dauphinoise.
I also made Miguel’s sweet corn fritters. These involved courgettes, sweet corn and chickpea flour. These went down very well and we had them with the Thai dauphinoise. Both recipes where really easy to follow and I enjoyed using the ingredients in different ways than I am used to.
I enjoyed the recipes that much, that I would like to treat one reader to Miguel Barclay’s vegan one pound meals book! If you would like the chance to win, enter below x