Vegan Calamari | Vegan Squid | MOUTHWATERING VEGAN TV

CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW TO VIEW THE RECIPE ON YOUTUBE : Welcome to my brand new YouTube channel – Mouthwatering Vegan TV, where I will be posting up the very best vegan recipes every week.  Be sure to give this video the thumbs-up if you like it, and Subscribe to my channel to receive notifications of my new video recipes. All recipes and content © Miriam Sorrell mouthwateringvegan.com 2010 PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO THE […]

Vegan Steak (YouTube Video – see Text below this image)

CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW TO VIEW THE RECIPE ON YOUTUBE : Welcome to my brand new YouTube channel – Mouthwatering Vegan TV, where I will be posting up the very best vegan recipes every week.  I’m kicking off with a delicious vegan steak, so here goes !  Be sure to give this video the thumbs-up if you like it, and Subscribe to my channel to receive notifications of my new video recipes.   All […]

Vegan Ramen

This ramen is delicious. Feel free to make some changes with the veggies, such as substituting zucchini, red peppers, or whatever takes your fancy. It’s a great meal in itself and ideal on a cold winter’s day. Full of flavour and wonderful texture, this will mark a ‘must-stay’ dish year after year. It is also a feast for the eyes. Play some soothing music and light a candle, your ramen will do the rest . […]

Supreme Vegan ‘Chicken’ & Spinach Curry

Taken from my ecookbook ‘The Spice Maniac Cookbook Vol I’, available from here   I tried out this curry after I made and enjoyed my hot chana masala. I made just a couple of changes and the recipe I created yielded a superb curry which I will make many times over. INGREDIENTS 2 cups of vegan ‘chicken’ pieces (I used the VBites brand) 1 large red onion, roughly chopped 1 large red chilli, roughly chopped […]

Zucchini Long Boats Stuffed with Spicy Beans

Stuffed vegetables have always been a huge favourite of mine, and I have to admit I was inspired in the early days by my mother who frequently stuffed them Greek style (Yemistes), and by my vegetarian father-in-law who used to cook a lot of Rose Elliott’s recipes – very well, I might add. However, I must also admit I have  been served my fair share of really poor stuffed veggies over the years – half-cooked […]

Vegan Greek-Style Roast “Lamb” (Kleftiko)

Kleftiko literally means “in the style of the klephts”, and traditionally this is lamb slow-baked on the bone, first marinated in garlic and lemon juice, originally cooked in a pit oven. It is said that the klephts, bandits of the countryside who did not have flocks of their own, would steal lambs or goats and cook the meat in a sealed pit to avoid the smoke being seen.   Well, in spite of my having […]

Pumpkin & Cashew Nut Ravioli in a Rich Piccante Sauce

This post is from our new sister site The Spice Maniac ! Malta is lucky to have Daniel Mangion – I can only describe him as a pasta genius, but it doesn’t quite stop there. Not only is his pasta incredibly delicious, but he also makes vegan pasta with the most delightful and decadent plant-based fillings. Here we indulge in a Pumpkin & Cashew Cheese filling, and he really packs them up, so that when […]

Gob-Smacked Sticky Tofu Burgers

This recipe is a gift to you from my book ‘Mouthwatering Vegan’ (published by Random House 2013), available from Amazon US or Amazon UK along with most other major online & retail booksellers.   From the point of view of taste – this has got to be one of the tastiest burgers I have ever had. I am not going to say much about it because I’m gob-smacked at the result. It’s spicy, a little […]

My Vegan Tava

This recipe is a gift to you from my book ‘Mouthwatering Vegan’ (published by Random House 2013), available from Amazon US or Amazon UK along with most other major online & retail booksellers.   My yearning for Greek food comes to me from time to time – maybe it’s my genes reminding me that embedded in the Med somewhere, I sprouted into life, and it’s thanks to my parental lineage (my father a Greek Cypriot, […]

Stuffed Cauliflower Baked with Crispy Zucchini Spirals in a Lemon & Mustard Dressing

Look and see what an impressive feast I have created for you. It’s a great deal easier to make than meets the eye. If you don’t have a spiralizer, you will need to use an equivalent kitchen gadget or tool (see this link for further help).   Anyhow, it’s fast approaching Easter, so many of us will be needing some inspiration for Easter lunch. I think this magnificent dish will more than fit the bill […]