The winter is drawing to a close (I hope) but there’s still to run through a few of those hearty dishes that only work when it’s freezing outside and there’s nothing better than being indoors with a steaming plate of stew.
The key to this dish is finding the right vegetarian sausages – a quest which I’m still very much on. Vegetarian sausages are about as hit and miss as their meat equivalents, so don’t stop try if you aren’t happy with the first ones you find in the shops. In a future post, I might taste test a selection of the more readily available choices out there.
Another element of this casserole, albeit optional, is Henderson’s Relish. It’s an amazing condiment that enhances savoury flavours and brings another level of depth to dishes like this; try it if you can. Continue reading
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