Meatless Stew | Batch Cooking Hero

The ultimate batch cooking superstar but don’t just take my word for it. This recipe will yield at least 6 servings, the most work involved is cutting the garlic and onions, it’s packed full of veggies and flavour and you can serve it with almost anything.

Great for cottage pies, as pasta sauce, with boiled rice or as a jacket potato filling – yesterday I just topped it with par boiled potato slices and placed in oven until potatoes were brown and crispy.

I now have frozen the leftover stew and will probably use during the week or for when I don’t quite want to cook anything – a common weekly occurance.

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Salt & Pepper Crispy Tofu

So… I have to admit, I have never ever cooked tofu in my entire life. I have bought it a few times, seen it sit in my fridge, planned so many different things to do with it only for it to end in someone else’s fridge to avoid it going to waste – I just never seemed to be able to be brave enough to cook with something new.

However, it all changed yesterday. I’ve been wanting to make fried rice for quite a while and thought it would be the perfect time to have some tofu once and for all. I ended up with the best addition to my fried rice and wondering why on earth I waiting this long to add tofu into our diets.

This is fairly simple to make and the syns from the cornflour are totally worth it. It wouldn’t be crispy without it and, let’s face it, crispy make everything delicious. No?

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