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BREAKFAST – Hummus, Tomato, Onion & Pesto Toast
1 tomatoes
A few slices of red onion

Homemade Basil Pesto
:1 cup basil
3 cloves garlic, peeled
Juice of 1/2 lemon
3 tbsp olive oil
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Spread some hummus on a piece of toasted, crusty bread. Slice up the tomato and finely slice the red onion, add this on top and finally drizzle pesto.

LUNCH – Butterbean & Chickpea Stew
1 tbsp oil
1 white onion
2 garlic cloves
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1 tsp smoked paprika
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2 bay leaves
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Salt & pepper
1 small bunch fresh parsley, chopped

Add the oil to a large pan, then roughly chop the onion and mince the garlic. Add the onion to the pan, followed by the minced garlic and cook that off until soft. Add in the tomato puree, smoked paprika, vegan Worcester sauce and bay leaves. Give that a good stir to coat the onions well and fry it off for a few more minutes. Next, add in the butter beans, chickpeas and chopped tomatoes, stir well, then bring to a boil. Season with salt and pepper, add in the parsley and give it another good stir, then leave to continue cooking on a gentle simmer for around 20 minutes. Served hot with pesto stirred through.

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DINNER – Caramelised Red Onion, Mushroom & Sage Spaghetti
1 tbsp oil
2 red onions
1/4 tsp salt
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A few fresh sage leaves
300g mushrooms
Salt & pepper
Fresh parsley

Heat the oil to a large pan on a low-medium heat. Finely slice the onions and add those to the pan with a good pinch of salt. Cook those down for around 15-20 minutes, turning them over continuously until they become soft and slightly transparent. Next, add in the coconut sugar and balsamic vinegar, then give that a good stir and allow it to cook for a further 10 minutes until completely caramelised. Remove the caramelised onions from the pan and set them aside. Mince the garlic, add a splash of hot water back to the pan to lift all of the sticky sauce leftover, then add the garlic in. Shred the sage, add that to the pan and fry that all off for a minute. Meanwhile, mince up the mushrooms, add those into the pan and cook them down completely. Season with salt and pepper, and gave it another stir. Cook the spaghetti in a separate pan until al dente, drain it off then add it into the pan with the mushrooms. Carefully turn that through, then add in the caramelised onions and then turn those through too. Served with some fresh chopped parsley over the top.

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Smriti Kinger says:

I love your recipes.

Jackie Sibblis says:

Any substitute for nutritional yeast in the pesto recipe

Liz Smith says:

I’m the same with breakfast! I almost never find myself craving something sweet in the morning, maybe a juice to drink. I always reach for a savory option to eat, glad i’m not the only one!

Charlie Bowman says:

I made your toast today and added some vegan mozzarella it was so good

sebbe boi says:

This food looks incredible!

Robert says:

I really like you’re dishes where did you buy it ? Nice video btw 👌🏾

t_ n_rasberry says:

Do u have a video of how to make the pesto? Please send link

Mena Love says:

Awe the food looks delicious n was wondering how does the chickpeas taste like

tina h says:

Hi Jess! I am trying to find your garlic bread recipe, can you send me the link. The link on this video does not take me to it. Thank you!!

mandakasravi says:

I love your videos! It would be helpful though if you said how many people the ingredients served in all your videos 🙂


that breakfast looks fabulous

Ashii Kabeer says:

Random questions– what country do you live in. I'm new to the channel. I've been binge watching the videos since I've found your channel and I'm all sort of confused now since u said u lived in Turkey and then how your guys moved. Just very curious 😂😂

1024specialkay says:

need to make the tomato butter beans!! Also I love love baked beans (would you be able to do a recipe on a healthier version of it?) Alot of the recipes I saw were made with tons of sugar.

Kola Koka says:

Hey Jessica, I’ve never commented any of your videos but I’ve been following you for a long time and I just love them, they are so inspiring! I also live in Dublin and was wondering if you’d like to meet sometimes to talk about recipes and Dublin life 🙂?

Natalie Bradvica says:

Great video! Would you be able to make a video about vegan cooking staples in your fridge and pantry? I've noticed you use different types of flours, spices, etc but you always seem to make such diverse, delicious meals with these staple ingredients! A staple list would be very helpful 🙂

David's Allotment says:

I am eating oil free because research proves that it can still increase the chances of suffering from 💓 diseases and taking a 💓 attack even for vegans. Oil is a processed product it self and I am trying to avoid processed food.

chariots8x says:

I love your videos but I especially love that in this video you shared with us a vitamin D supplement that is suitable for vegans. I try to get as much of my nutrition as possible from food but it can be difficult, especially with some vitamins. Vitamin D is hard for me to get because I barely go in the sun and I always wear sunscreen.

I have felt hesitant to take supplements because I don't know which ones are good quality and vegan at the same time. However, I don't think I'm getting enough of certain vitamins through the food that I eat, such as 'vitamin B12', 'vitamin D', 'Iron' and 'Probiotics'. I might also need to take 'L-Lysine' supplements but I haven't been able to find any suitable ones because they usually come in large pills that have a chalky texture and are hard to swallow.

If you have any suggestions on good quality supplements that you would recommend for vegans, please feel free to share them in a video dedicated to supplements.

I am personally trying to fill any gaps I have in my nutrition and trying to incorporate more superfoods into my diet. Right now, I'm looking to find several healthy recipes that use ground flaxseed because I want to consume more omega3. I'm also looking for high protein (at least 100 grams) daily vegan meal plans. Additionally, I'm interested to learn about good quality vegan supplements.

Kori Elaine says:

The caramelized onion and pasta dish looks divine! Im not a big 'sauce' fan and I find most pasta recipes have too much sauce for my liking so this one is right up my alley 😍

Elaine Mc says:

Just thought I'd mention it for anyone interested : Lidl are now selling Coconut Flour and coconut sugar for less than €2.50 a bag and I think they're organic too! Love when supermarkets start bringing in more vegan friendly alternatives!

Lorène Miara says:

Great ideas ! It looks so yummy ! ♡

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