Vegan Blue Cheese

This is my attempt to create proper Vegan Blue Cheese – this one is over 6 weeks old. A typical dairy blue cheese is inoculated with mold spores of PENICILLIUM ROQUEFORTI. I have carefully studied the procedure, and although it needs perfecting, it’s pretty awesome (a little tweaking left for complete perfection !) The recipe will be released in due course. Miriam Sorrell  Mouthwatering Vegan Recipes   All recipes and content © Miriam Sorrell mouthwateringvegan.com […]

Barley, Pesto Kale & Zesty Veg Salad

Super healthy, super delicious, and super colourful salad for any time of the year – packed full of nutrients, protein, and flavour. Can be served as a meal in itself warm or cold. INGREDIENTS ¾ cup pearl barley (preboil, and set aside) 3 Tbsp flaming raisins (or other of your choice) ½ a red bell pepper, chopped into small squares (give them a fast scorch) 1 large spring onion, chopped 2 -3 cups of kale […]

Luscious Lime & Bean Guacamole

This guacamole was born from one missing avocado at the eleventh hour yesterday, but you know sometimes a mishap can be converted into something quite beautiful. This rich protein-packed dip is smooth and, frankly, delicious – this was confirmed by the gusto of our guests. We are now seriously addicted to this version, and here is the recipe for your delight. Great with crudités, on my crunchy flax crackers (recipe to follow soon), on bread, […]

Middle Eastern Tahini Salad

This wonderful salad goes well with just about every Middle Eastern dish. It’s rich in flavour, very appetizing, and is one of my favorites of its kind.  To spice it up, you can also add chopped hot pepper.  You can serve this along side any veggie burger, with falafel, accompanied by hot pita bread.  It’s a great one to serve up for guests, and also fantastic as an accompaniment to vegan BBQs. INGREDIENTS 2 tomatoes, […]

My Labneh Cheese

Strained yogurt (a.k.a., yogurt cheese, labneh (Arabic: لبنة‎ labnah),Turkish yogurt or Greek yogurt) is yogurt which has been strained (in a cloth or paper bag, or filter) to remove its whey, resulting in a relatively thick consistency (between that of conventional yogurt and cheese) — all while preserving yogurt’s distinctive, sour taste. Yogurt strained through muslin is a traditional food in the Levant, Eastern Mediterranean, Near East, and South Asia, where it is often used […]

Beaming Sunshine Energy Salad

A powerhouse of nutrients, beaming with colour – this appetizing salad is what I treated myself to today.  I needed a ‘pick-me-up’, and wanted art in my plate, so this is was what I composed.  Garnish with raw sesame seeds or hemp seeds.  Buy organic whenever possible.   Makes 1 large portion or 2 side plate portions INGREDIENTS 2 slices sweet cantaloupe melon, chopped into squares 1 spring onion (scallion/green onion), chopped (mine was rather […]

Earthy Porcini & French Lentil Pâté

Here is a wonderful pâté, that you will enjoy time, and time again. The texture is close to real pâté, but without the cholesterol or cruelty.  It is ideal for taking out to picnics, as a starter, or to round off a satisfying meal.  It is perfect in sandwiches, and can be the basis of a light lunch, served with a fresh mixed salad of your choice.  A great combination of flavours, which will be […]

Wild Rice Salad

Serves 4 This salad has far too many benefits to mention here – suffice it to say, its ingredients are highly nutritious, the taste is sublime, and it won’t be an effort to indulge. This recipe features in my book ‘Mouthwatering Vegan’ and I wanted to gift it to you to enjoy a good hearty and delicious salad from my book.  Bon Appetit ! INGREDIENTS 1 cup mixed rice, wild red and black, boiled and […]

Glamorgan ‘Sausages’ In Eggplant ‘Bacon’ Wraps

A Glamorgan sausage is a traditional Welsh sausage, with the main ingredients being leek and cheese.  So I thought this should be an obvious candidate to be veganized.  But I must admit, the Glamorgan sausages I had in my pre-vegan days were a bit on the boring side, so I decided to liven my version up a bit.  I was inspired by the ‘devils on horseback’ recipe, which is usually prunes or dates wrapped in […]

My Tutti Frutti Pesto & Quinoa Citrus Salad

This is an incredible salad – a powerball of superfoods.  It’s best served slightly warm or at room temperature is  best and it’s a hearty salad for the autumn, winter and spring months – it is full of rainbow colours, vitality and has a wonderful aroma and texture.  The taste is sublime and you will want to make this again.  If you have extra left, refrigerate it and place it in an airtight container, but […]