Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato Tostadas (Vegetarian)
Aside from the explosion of flavours in one bite from this dish the second best thing is it can all be done in advance and reheated and assembled when required. No stress cooking is the goal here.
So without further ado. Here's the ingredients list and the recipe steps. Adapt as you wish, use vegan cheese if you want to, the choice is yours, this is a guide as to how I made ours.
- 1/2 medium butternut squash, seeds removed and the flesh cut into 2cm-ish cubes.
- 1 sweet potato, peeled and cut into similar sized cubes
- 2 tbsp Bite Me Spices Mild Chilli Powder (use can also use Hot or our Fajita Mix if you have them)
My Favourite Dal - Comfort Food (Vegan Recipe)I posted a photo of this Dal last week and was asked to put the recipe on so here it is, delicious, simple, versatile and most of the ingredients are great store cupboard staples.
Try it and send in the pics to the facebook page or put a review on here. We use our Garam Masala and spices in this recipe, find them in the spice shop.
Makes enough for about 6 people as it's pretty filling.
Vegan Albondigas (Mexican 'Meatless' Meatballs)Like many other people here at Bite Me HQ we're trying to eat more plant-based meals but I am incredibly fussy so I have found many meat replacements unsatisfying in terms of taste, texture or both. I have however finally found a plant-based mince that makes great 'meatballs' so we've adapted our Albondigas recipe for a vegan meal that the whole family can enjoy.
Baked Bhaji BitesI have been asked many times if the bhajis can be made in the oven and I finally had some time to experiment. This is not really a recipe as such as the mix instructions are the same as on the packet but for the best results for cooking, you will need;
- Bite Me Spices
- Cheap to make
- Cooking for crowds
- Finger Food
- Food for friends
- gluten free
- Spices and Herbs
- Spices blender
- spices delivery
- Spices gift
- Spices gift set
- spices Indian
- spices kit
- Spices of India
- Spices online
The 'Not Fried Chicken-But Halloumi' Recipe
Okay a bit of a mouthful as names go but it's a damn tasty mouthful too!
It uses our gluten free Fried Chicken Mix that despite it's name is completely suitable for vegetarians and vegans so you too can have a go at doing 'Fried whatever you like'. We've had great results with some things, not others but there are tips to follow;
Rice and PeasHere's a fabulous accompaniment to both our Jamaican Goat Curry or the recipe for the Chicken Curry that I have posted today. It's not 'my' recipe as such as I've been making this for a while but the method works for me and as you can see from the image, makes fluffy, tasty and well separated rice... unless you forget it!
Jamaican Chicken CurryThis recipe uses our Goat Curry Mix but as some people tell me at events, they can't quite bring themselves to eat goat, I wanted to show that this works equally well with chicken as an alternative.
A Satay Sauce in 3 minutes using Bite Me Spices Nut Rub
NEW! Amazing Fried Chicken (that's also Gluten Free) 2 Ways
'Woohoo' I yelled at the top of my voice as a recipe I have tried on and off for years finally ticked all the boxes.
I give you our Fried Chicken Mix! Simple to make below you'll find the recipe and instructions for preparation and then 2 methods of cooking, deep frying and 'air-fried'. More and more people are choosing air-fryers and I appear to be rather late to the party but now I am sold.
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