Setting myself a veggie easyteas challenge

From time to time I get a bit of feedback about my recipes. It’s nice to know it’s not just my mum who’s reading 🙂

I’ve been told that I don’t write enough veggie recipes. I also get teased that everything I eat revolves around pork chops (I won’t name names but you know who you are…).

The reasons are pretty obvious – I’m a confirmed carnivore and don’t eat much veggie food. But in the interests of responding to ‘reader feedback’ and inspired by my first guest recipe post this week I am going to find more veggie things to cook.

If nothing else, I like a challenge (and most veggie recipes go really well with a nice griddled pork chop).

For starters I’ve added a new veggie category to the blog to make it easier to find meat-free recipes. I’m going to try and build up this section over the summer.

For now, here’s a quick list of current veggie easyteas recipes:

Baked eggs

Bruschetta

Cheese & onion pie

Leftovers omelette

The best mash in the world (IMnotveryHO)

Minestrone soup

Onion gravy

Fresh pesto

Roasted stuffed tomatoes

Roasted tomato and red pepper soup

Salads – making them more interesting (ignore the bits about adding meat, obviously)

Summer risotto

and finally…

Quesadillas, courtesy of guest easyteaser Caitlin Allen

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Categories: Healthy, Speedy, Student, Veggie

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