Oumph! Kebab Spiced strips really do taste like Greek or Turkish kebabs made with traditional spices.
I’ve used them to add texture and protein to a salad; I’ve had them in a wrap with fried onion, mushroom and bell pepper with a little yoghurt sauce and thinly sliced cucumber and as a simple burger replacement topped with melted cheese, tomato sauce and lettuce.
The first word that comes to mind when describing the texture is chewy. ‘Very resilient hot dog sausage’ is a fair comparison. Be aware that this does not change, no matter how much you fry them.
I love them for their authentic flavour, versatility and yes, even the texture. A girl can only eat tofu for so long without wanting a change.
Martin Freeman joins Humane Society International’s Eat Kind Campaign
You can join the campaign and get tips and recipes from top chef’s at Humane Society International.
Happy Veggie Week!
Seeing as it’s the tail end of National Vegetarian Week I thought I’d link you up to my favourite vegetarian bloggers – better late than never right!?
Lucy’s Friendly Foods a Cordon Bleu trained chef who’s recipes are dairy free so like me she is ‘accidentally vegan’.
Vegetarian Dad for simple but delicious food.
Lori Leigh Wilson for a mixture of veggie and vegan recipes.
More Than Meatless is a visually beautiful blog to fulfil all of your #foodporn needs.
Blog 4 Veggie Lover’s has a specific vegan page which always comes in handy.
Bunny Kitchen is a totally vegan blog – sometimes making usual recipes with an ingenious vegan twist.
My Whole Food Life is a totally vegan blog featuring healthy food and amazing deserts!
The Chubby Vegetarian are a husband and wife team from Southern America who have published a cook book and write features for magazine’s/newspapers online and in print.
Bewitchery is a general lifestyle blog by vegetarian Naomi, who’s style is to die for.
Here are some of my fave blogs which feature 75%-80% veggie recipes for those of you who aren’t full vegetarian but want to incorporate more veggie dishes into your diet and need some inspiration.
The Vanilla Housewife is a fantastic and funny lifestyle blog by Jhanis who has a ‘My Third World Kitchen’ page featuring plenty of inspired but simple recipes her family love.
Look What I Made This is a pretty healthy food blog which features a lot of vegetarian recipes.
A Wannabe Foodie features a lot of veggie recipes and lots of gorgeous deserts!
Can’t believe I’ve not thought of doing this before! Do you have any veggie blog recommendations?