Vegetarian Fall Recipes

Seasonal salads, comforting main dishes and fruity desserts all feature as we focus on fall and harvest bounties.

Supreme Pear Soup – and oh so easy

Supreme Pear Soup - and oh so easy | hurrythefoodup.com

Pear soup with blue cheese is undoubtedly a niche recipe. If you don’t like blue cheese, then you probably won’t enjoy this recipe. If you do like blue cheese then there’s a good chance this pear soup will blow you away. Pear and blue cheese has long been known as …

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Mediterranean Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower

Easy Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower - Mediterranean-style | hurrythefoodup.com

I’m gonna throw this out there – roasted broccoli and cauliflower doesn’t get any better than this. If you’re looking for a roasted broccoli and cauliflower dish, then there’s a good chance you’re after the spectacular health benefits of both broccoli and cauliflower. But what if I told you they …

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Cucumber Raita – Beats the Heat

Cucumber Raita - Beats the Heat | hurrythefoodup.com

Ahh, cucumber raita. A dish as cool as a…well, a cucumber. A cucumber that’s been dipped in yoghurt and kept in the fridge. Refreshing, and certainly pleasing on the palate too. Some people say I’m obsessed with Indian food. That’s not true. I just love it. And think about it …

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Restaurant-level Pumpkin and Carrot Soup

Pumpkin and Carrot Soup - stand out from the crowd | hurrythefoodup.com

Pumpkin and carrot soup is everywhere. Just like pumpkins themselves at this time of year, you can’t turn without seeing one. They’re virtually throwing themselves at you. And you know what? They’re mostly ignored too. There are so many pumpkin and carrot soup recipes around, that to stand out, they’ve …

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Beetroot Smoothie – Powerful yet Smooth(ie)

Beetroot Smoothie - Powerful yet Smooth(ie) | hurrythefoodup.com

If you like beetroots, you’re a lucky person. I’ll explain why in a minute. If you don’t, and you’re like me, you might still want to eat beets anyway. Or at least drink the odd beetroot smoothie. Although I was recently convinced by one of our chefs that meals including …

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Quick Tomato Chutney – Anglo-Indian Cuisine made perfect

Have I ever told you how much I love curry? Oh I have? Well then, I won’t bore you with another post about curry. No, I’ll tell you all about curry’s best friend, tomato chutney, instead. Muahhahhah. So what is tomato chutney? Chutneys have been around for a long time, …

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Dutch Apple Pancake – Modernized!

Dutch Apple Pancakes - Modernized! | hurrythefoodup.com

Everybody has an opinion about pancakes, this Dutch apple pancake included. Some want them flat and thin like a crêpe, some want them big and fluffy like a cake. Some sweet, some savoury. There’s almost no pleasing everyone. That’s why we enlisted Jansen, friend and chef extraordinaire. He’s also Dutch, …

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Pimped Vegan Tomato Soup

Pimped Vegan Tomato Soup - Not just your regular soup | hurrythefoodup.com

If you believe Game of Thrones, then Winter is Now Here. Luckily, however, we’re not in Westeros and winter is not here. I wouldn’t exactly call it summer either though, it hasn’t stopped raining for days. That aside, on the odd occasion the sun does come out, it really puts …

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Easy Cauliflower Curry – Ready in 30 Mins

Easy Cauliflower Curry - Fresh, vegan and very satisfying | hurrythefoodup.com

HOORAY! I get to write about curry again. As I go to great pains to point out, I love curry. All forms of curry, and definitely cauliflower curry. Although I grew up mostly eating Indian curry, since then I quickly learnt to love Pakistani, Tibetan and all types of Asian …

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Purple Beetroot Pasta – Ready in 25 Mins

Purple Beetroot Pasta - These Beets are Bangin’ | hurrythefoodup.com

Just recently, my friend Lisa boasted about how awesome her recipes were. Nothing wrong with that; it’s fun to show off good recipes if you’ve got them. Always game for a challenge, I asked her to send me over her best of the best. Equally game for a challenge – …

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Baba Ganoush – The Father of all Eggplant Dips

Baba Ganoush - The Father of all Eggplant Dips | hurrythefoodup.com

Ahh Baba Ganoush. Even the name is cool. While eggplant dip or aubergine dip is what this is, it’s so much more at the same time. Baba Ganoush is smoky, soft and delicious. Hailing from the Arab and Levantine (Eastern Mediterranean) world, it’s also known as Baba Ghanoush and Baba …

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Authentic Sweet Potato Burritos

Sweet Potato Burritos - bursting with Mexican flair and tantalising flavours, this authentic recipe is easy to make for one or the whole big family! | hurrythefoodup.com

There are several reasons this sweet potato burritos recipe came about, each of them important in its own way. One, it tastes so damn good it would be against our professional ethics not to share it with the world. And we’re professional if nothing else. Two, the sun came out …

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Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower Salad (Ready in 25 mins)

Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower Salad - The New Superdish | hurrythefoodup.com

Do you like surprises? Not all surprises are good, but when they’re like this broccoli and cauliflower salad, then damn right I like surprises. Imagine my astonishment when Jansen, our newest kitchen crew member, brought this beast to the table. Not normally a fan of little green trees and big …

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Easy Tomato Omelette – Perfect Every Time

Easy Tomato Omelette - Perfect Every Time | hurrythefoodup.com

There are certain skills that need be learnt when improving in the kitchen, and mastering the art of a good omelette is one of them. It’s not uncommon for chefs to ask potential apprentices to show their omelette skills – and there’s a reason for that. Preparing an omelette shows …

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