Whether you are dipping your toe into veganuary or fancy trying a new recipe, here are six recipes to entice you this January.
This Korean fried cauliflower recipe is crispy and exceedingly moreish. An ideal starter or snack. Serve with Thai sweet chilli sauce or use a spicier buffalo sauce.
There’s more to pumpkins than Halloween, or if you are sick looking at pumpkins, try this with butternut squash. The ginger and cardamom give this an exotic twist, and some much needed taste to the boring old pumpkin.
Earthy tastes and colours with this vegan beetroot, red onion and clementine tarte tartin, inspired by the BBC Good Food recipe.
Sweet potatoes are a healthy alternative to the traditional potato and also gives this soup some depth, colour and a delicious taste. I’m a big fan of sweetcorn so in it went as well. This is a good base soup for something more substantial. Add meat, seafood or tofu for a main course
This recipe uses vegan cheddar and vegan parmesan for a dairy-free alternative. These made a filling lunch but would also make a good starter. The shell of the leek acts as a sausage skin holding in the cheesy filling. Click here for the recipe for leek, kale and sweet potato
This leek, kale and sweet potato tart is easy to make and shows that leeks are a lot more versatile than just something to be added to soup.
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