These vegetarian patties are packed with flavour and nutrients. They're also surprisingly filling due to the addition of the rolled oats and the uncooked spinach. They are also really versatile and may be used as a vehicle for breakfast toppings such as egg or as a patty in a vegetarian burger. Time: 1 Hour Serves: 10-12 Patties Difficulty: Moderate Ingredients 200g Uncooked Quinoa OR 2 Cups Pre-cooked quinoa 80g Rolled Oats 4 Eggs 3 Garlic Cloves (crushed) 200g Feta Cheese 1
A mezze platter is a fun and interactive way to serve a lunch or dinner party. Its also fantastic as the small dishes and sharing style mean that each person can decide what combinations of flavours they want while also trying everything available without feeling gluttonous. For a simple mezze all you need are pita breads, dips and a grilled meat and/or veg. You can augment this by adding a tabouleh, fried haloumi and other side salads to fill your pita with or eat alongside.
This quick and easy salad is a surefire crowd pleaser and really showcases how beetroot can be the centre of a dish without overwhelming the palate. The walnut addition was actually discovered by mistake when Phil burned the walnuts his first time trying this dish; and then rescued them with some sweetness to counteract the bitter burnt notes and smashing them into a praline like texture. Time: 1 hour Serves: 4 Difficulty: Easy Peasy Ingredients 3 Medium Beetroots 3 Cloves Ga