Tuesday February 9th

From Goldsworth Park to a place at the UK’s top table, Aimee Ryan is making a big name for herself after publishing her first book, Great British Vegan, following years of success as the developer, author and photographer behind the award-winning blog Wallflower Kitchen.

Hailed by the Telegraph as “exceptionally successful”, Aimee serves up over 80 delicious home food classics with a plant-based twist, reimagining firm favourites including Bangers & Mash, Welsh Rarebit and Eton Mess.

Aimee has kindly shared a delicious starter, main and dessert with #WeAreWoking, which will liven up any dreary February day and will leave you hungry for more!

“Let me assure you that these recipes are not difficult, time-consuming or filled with expensive, hard-to-find ingredients. They’re designed for everyday cooking and everyday people, like myself, a home cook,” Aimee said.

So let’s give them a go!

 

Mulligatawny soup

This recipe is a marriage between British and Indian ingredients, creating a wholesome but spicy soup that is full of flavour. It’s great when you have a cold, or simply need a pick-me-up.

Preparation time: 10 minutes

Cooking time: 35 minutes

Click here for the full Mulligatawny soup recipe.

 

Cider and Bean Stew with Herby Dumplings

A generous serving of cider adds a deliciously sharp sweetness to this hearty, comforting stew. The dumplings couldn’t be easier to make and create a wonderfully soft, melt-in-your-mouth topping.

Preparation time: 20 minutes

Cooking time: 45 minutes

Click here to download the tasty recipe.

 

Rice pudding with caramelised pears

An old-fashioned but well-loved dessert that is creamy, comforting and surprisingly light.

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Cooking time: 45 minutes

To download this delicious rice pudding recipe, click here.

 

All recipes are sourced from Great British Vegan by Aimee Ryan, which is available to buy at a variety of online outlets at £20. Published by White Lion Publishing. Photography by Jamie Orlando Smith.

For more information and inspiration, visit wallflowerkitchen.com

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