Comforting Leek Risotto with Cream Cheese

Comforting Leek Risotto with Cream Cheese | hurrythefoodup.com

Sometimes decadence is important. And this leek risotto is decadent. And important. Don’t get us wrong – we eat healthy food all the time, and know the incredible value of it. It’s imperative to our well-being and health. Nutrition is something we take seriously, and indeed, pride ourselves on. Our …

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Red Onion Chutney – Sweet and Sour gives us Power

Red Onion Chutney - Sweet and Sour gives us Power | hurrythefoodup.com

Although we’re not yet called ‘currythefoodup’, it has crossed my mind. With this onion chutney on board, I believe we now have three dips and chutneys, and six different curries available on site. There’s literally something for everyone. In case you hadn’t guessed, we love curry and its related edibles. …

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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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Potato Farls – An Authentic Irish Breakfast

Potato Farls | An Authentic Irish Breakfast | hurrythefoodup.com

What’s the difference between a potato farl and potato bread? About as much as the difference between a cow from Northern Ireland, and one from the Republic. Potato Farls or Potato Bread? Potato farls (as they’re usually known in Northern Ireland) have long been used in the traditional Ulster fry …

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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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Catalan Romesco Sauce – Ready in 35 Mins

Catalan Romesco Sauce - For when taste is king | hurrythefoodup.com

Every food has its history, and this romesco sauce has one more glorious than most. Hailing from Tarragona in Catalonia, it has been through six hundred years of developments and reiterations, and seen more changes to the political and social climates of Spain than we ever will. It’s been there, …

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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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Damn Delicious Vegan Potato Salad

Damn Delicious Vegan Potato Salad - No Oil, No Mayo | hurrythefoodup.com

Barbecue season. The only time my cravings for meat really ever come back. And the reason this vegan potato salad was born. I think the main reason for my craving is the terrible quality of the veggie and vegan sausages or burgers available. In my (humble) opinion they all taste …

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Easy Baked Apples with a Cinnamon Nut Stuffing

Easy Baked Apples with a Cinnamon Nut Stuffing #baked #apples #stuffed | hurrythefoodup.com

Woohoo! December is here. Which means Howie and Kat officially (we made a deal) have to let me post as many Christmas recipes as I want! So here we are. Although I’m usually a savoury man, a little sweetness and light never hurt anyone – that’s why I’m starting with …

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Parsnips in Syrup and Mustard (5+30 Min, Vegan)

Parsnips in Syrup and Mustard. True beauty is on the inside (of an oven) | #sidedish #Christmas #vegan | hurrythefoodup.com

Best parsnips ever. A bold claim to be sure. But you’ll never know unless you try them hey? Ever since I was young, parsnips were always there at Christmas dinner. Often looking lonely and forlorn. I was never a big fan; I found them boring and somehow lacking – especially …

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