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February Extra Veg Round-up

Saturday, 1 March 2014
Thanks so much to all those who entered the Extra Veg linky, there are lots of delicious ideas for incorporating more vegetables into meals.

Watermelon and cucumber refresher

Helen from Fuss Free Flavours made a Cucumber and Watermelon Refresher, the perfect antidote to the grim and stormy weather in February.


Sarah made Pulled Pork Noodles with Savoy Cabbage, a fab way to use up leftovers for a delicious weeknight supper.

Eat Your Veg | Baked Spring Rolls

Louisa from Eat Your Veg made Crispy Baked Prawn and Vegetable Spring Rolls to celebrate Chinese New Year, these would also be great at kids or adults parties.

The Spicy Pear made Turnip Cakes for Chinese New Year, otherwise known as Law Bok Gow, which are made actually from shredded Daikon not Turnips.

slow cooker chicken chilli (500x328)

Searching for Spice made a deliciously warming Slow Cooker Chicken Chilli, packed with vegetables and perfect for dinner on a cold night.

Green Gourmet Giraffe made Haggis Chico Rolls, a tasty marriage of Scottish and Australian cuisine.

Caroline Makes made a delectable Chocolate and Beetroot Bundt Cake, perfect for Valentines Day, or any day for that matter!

Lentil Marinara Sauce with Spaghetti Squash

The Taste Space created this delicious Lentil Marinara with Spaghetti Squash, absolutely packed with vegetables and a great weeknight dinner option.

Eat Your Veg | Kale & Caraway Crisps

Louisa from Eat Your Veg made these Kale and Caraway Crisps, a great healthy snack option.


Thou Shalt Cook prepared a delicious vegetarian curry, Paneer Methi Kofta Curry, packed full of flavour.

Green Breakfast Thickie - when your regular smoothie needs a spoon

Helen from Fuss Free Flavours created a smoothie so packed with fruit and vegetables that it needed to be served in a bowl, her Breakfast Green Thickie is perfect for fighting off a cold.

Camilla from Fab Food 4 All made Monday Pie, perfect for using up leftovers from Sunday roast and the pie contains four different vegetables as well as pulses.

Spicy, Quirky and Serendipitous roasted some Brussel Sprouts which hopefully will convince those (including me) who are not fans to give sprouts another chance.

Spicy, Quirky and Serendipitous also made an Asparagus and Chana Dal, a great way to spice up asparagus. 
Spicy, Quirky and Serendipitous made another Chana Dal and this time added Steamed Cauliflower Stems.

The new Extra Veg Linky will be published shortly, we have a fab prize this month too! 


  1. I'll have some of that refresher smoothie please. Yum!

  2. Lots of lovely veggie inspirations here, thank you for a fab round-up Michelle:-)

  3. Yes please to the refresher smoothie!

  4. Such a diverse round up - I'm fascinated by turnip cakes!

  5. Lovely round up! Thank you so much to everyone who took part!

  6. Loving the round up - especially the chocolate beetroot cake!!!


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