THE PLANT-BASED COMMUNITY COOKERY SCHOOL
This is Kolo, a common Ethiopian snack made with a combination of roasted grains such as barley, chickpeas, sunflower and sesame seeds. The recipe comes from our Woin who is our incredible Ethiopian Cuisine teacher. Make some today! They're epic.
Just look at that colour! This show stopping soup tastes as good as it looks - and thats a tall order. The chef behind this wonder is our supporter Niki Webster, creator of the awesome food blog Rebel Recipes.
A plant-based take on the classic tuna sweetcorn sandwich filling from our ambassadors We Are So Vegan. When pressed with a fork the chickpeas create a tuna like texture - genius. Super tasty, easy to make and keeps our fish in the sea. Try it today.
This is a simple but delicious recipe for carrot lox - the groovy vegan take on a smoked salmon bagel using carrots instead of our fish friends. There's loads of different recipes for carrot lox online - some crazy complicated. Our founder Sarah stripped back the nonsense to give you this delicious recipe. Enjoy.
Everybody loves baked beans right? Get involved with this DIY version of the classic tinned "dish" with recipe by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book.
This sweet and spicy salsa is a great side for any mexican meal. Works perfectly with our BBQ-Pulled Jackfruit Burrito recipe. The recipe is by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book.
A classic tex-mex side dish, thats as quick and easy to make as it is delicious. A great side to our BBQ-pulled Jackfruit Burrito Recipe. The recipe is by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book.
A classic caribbean side dish. Try with our Sweet Potato, Black Bean and Plaintain Caribbean Curry. The recipe is by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book.
This warming soup is a great way to use up leftover thai curry paste. The recipe is by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book.
A classic soup to be enjoyed hot or cold. The recipe is by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book.
This soup for all seasons is given a warming kick by the addition of ginger and orange. The recipe is by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book.
This slow cooked salad brings out the squash and red onion's natural sweetness. The recipe is by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book.
Known to Italians as Panzanella, this classic dish is a great way of using up stale bread. Recipe by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book. When tomatoes go out of season, you can subsitute with any type of roasted squash and swap the fresh basil for fresh or dried oregano.
This sweet and savoury salad combines sharp citrus, sweet beetroot and crunchy spiced chickpea. The recipe is by MIH chef Mark Breen from our Thrifty Feasts 2 recipe book.
Caribbean style rice 'n' peas - a MIH kitchen and community party staple!
These kale crisps are the boom! Crispy, cheesy, a little salty - they're super moorish and can be made in an oven rather than a dehydrator.
Sophisticated pate by chef Anton Pterov perfect for a festive feast or sunday veggie roast.
This sleek and simple way of cooking cavolo nero kale shows the green off to its finest. Thankyou Anton Petrov for this recipe.
This well tasty gravy was created by chef Anton Petrov - perfect for a festive dinner or sunday veggie roast.
This delicious festive take on carrots was created by chef Anton Petrov for our 2017 festive feasts cookery book.
A winner at our kids events this rich, delicious chocolate hummus - or chocolate spread as we say when we bill it to kids - is super quick and easy to make. It's vegan and a fantastic source of protein, fibre and whole food goodness.
This delicious hummus recipe from Hannah McCollum, founder of ChicP is a great way to use up leftover veggies!
This is a super simple homemade ketchup recipe. The fab kids from our young carers group loved making this with Mark Breen our equally fab teacher.
This delicious street food snack can be used as a jazzy salad topping or eaten on their own. Yum.
Sometimes you just can’t beat a simple coleslaw. This with a jacket potato has become one of my quick go-to dinners - I absolutely love it because it’s a healthy twist on an old comfort food and it’s a great way to use British vegetables in a delicious way.
Another super tasty recipe from the Chad brothers. This one is sure to win over any doubtful carnovires.
This is a fantastic take on the classic Hawaiian ahi poke, with beets taking place of the fish, by the amazing vegan chef Kali Hamm
Stop, Look, Dip! This fantastic party piece was created by MIH founder Sarah in collaboration with our friends Ben & Roxy at We Are So Vegan! Visit their Facebook page to watch the vlog of it being made.
Get the party started with these Mexican fiesta favourites!
Mouthwatering gyozas with sumptuous coconut, cilantro, kimchi dips!
Brighten up your bowl with this radiant beetroot soup smoked with bay branches, which grow wild all over the UK. The smoking process is a great way to cook root vegetables quickly whilst adding tonnes of flavour!
Authentic dairy-free fermented cream cheese that tastes just like your old favourite. Warning, this stuff is addictive :-)
This salad is bursting with nutrition, light yet also very flavourful. You simply can't go wrong with kale as a base for your salad.
These versatile vegballs can be stuffed in pitta, used in wraps or served on top of salad leaves. A great dish to share with friends and family.
Once you try making this quick and easy yoghurt recipe, you'll never eat shop bought yoghurt again!
A delicious dip that always goes down well at our outreach stalls. Serves 4-6 people.
A quick and simple Japanese soba noodle salad using whole grain naturally gluten-free noodles!
This hearty cauliflower mash makes it easy to get more veg in your diet, and is great with homemade lentil sausages!
Want something cheesy without the dairy? This simple cashew cheese will hit the spot.
Got leftover pulp from making your own nut milk? No need to waste it, use it in this great hummus recipe!
Deliciously nutty pepper dip. Thanks to Tamara Tahhan for this recipe, as taught in our 'Taste of Palestine' Masterclass
Simple, quick and tasty! Great with our corn tortillas and re fried style chipotle black bean recipes.
Seasoned root veg is a great alternative to potatos, and adds an extra nutritional hit to your dish!
This winter salad will give you a splash of colour and flavours!
These delicious falafels can be made with any grated seasonal root veg instead of carrot. Try beetroot for a different look and flavour!
These flatbreads are full of fibre, and will keep you fuller and more satisfied for longer!
This wholesome salad adds a splash of colour to accompany any dish or works great on its own for a summery afternoon (or winter morning!)
This twist on the classic french fries add some flavour and a health kick to your bite!
Sauerkraut is really simple to make, is a brilliant way of preserving cabbage and other vegetables, and allows us to eat living food all year round. It tastes great on its own, and it’s amazing to use in salads. The more vegetables you add, the wider the variety of beneficial micro flora in your finished sauerkraut, as the process uses the micro-floras that reside on the skins of the vegetables.
This easy to make crackers are tasty, nutritious and great accompinied with any dip!
This take on the italian classic, will awaken your tatse buds and give you a nourishing hit as well!
This slaw is a perfect side salad - it's light, fresh and flavoursome, and packs a nutritional punch too.
The perfect addition to salads, main meals or just on their own, heres three ways to make the most of your left over pumpkin seeds!
A twist on the italian classic, incorporating pumpkin and sunflower seeds with a host of flavours!
Discover this delicious Japanese sauce
Food to make you feel good
A crunchy green stir fry with fresh summer flavours and packed with vitamin C. You can use any summer leaves for this dish,
A great way to use up root vegetables and add a zing to winter salads
This delicious spicy Lebanese dip is really healthy too, try dipping it in raw veg, spreading it on wraps or even using it as a base for pasta sauce or pizza!
If you have a glut of tomatoes then this is the perfect recipe! Use it as a sauce for pasta, a base for soup or anything else you can think of.
A firm favourite with our participants, try them with a spicy dip.
A great way to prepare summer salad vegetables and a healthy alternative to the sandwich!
A lovely fresh tasting side salad to go with virtually any main meal. Make this bright salad even more colourful by using golden beetroot and heritage carrots too.
A great way to use up the last of the season's beetroot in this vibrant dip.
We are all fans of Korean kimchi here at Made in Hackney. It's a fantastic way to preserve winter brassicas and radishes and the heat livens up many a humble lunch or dinner.
Learn how to shop and eat for less with recipes that are good for people and planet.
Learn how to shop and eat for less with recipes that are good for people and planet.