The idea of combining ingredients like peanuts and tomatoes might seem a little strange at first, but this West African dish taste so good.
The stew is packed with veggies – this version has peppers, carrots and celery in it – but it would work with many other additions. Collard greens or a sweet potato are two that jump out as being good options for this stew.
I love making a big batch of this for lunch at work. It gives you about one-third of your daily protein and dietary fibre as well as a whopping 184% of your vitamin C, although the peanuts mean that it has quite a lot of fat in it. Continue reading
For me, the burger is one of the most perfect foods imaginable – a flavoursome patty in a bun, topped off with cheese, red onion, tomato, pickle, sauce and about million other possible ingredients.
The hardest thing about cutting meat out of my diet is the danger of never eating a burger again. Luckily, and who’d have thought it, perfectly tasty burgers can be made without going near meat using beans, lentils and vegetables.
The following burger makes use of one of my favourite ingredients – black beans. They taste great, can be worked into a burger shape with ease and are packed full of nutrients. – especially protein, which is handy for the vegetarian athlete, and fibre.