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March Extra Veg Round Up

Monday, 31 March 2014
Extra Veg is a linky created by Helen from Fuss Free Flavours and I to encourage everyone to add extra vegetables to their meals.  Not only to you benefit from the extra nutrients and fibre, if you fill up on vegetables you are less likely to fill up on other, less healthy foods.

Thanks so much to all those who submitted delicious entries this month.  There was a prize for the March challenge which was £20 (+p&p) of spices from Steenbergs, which are organic and Fairtrade as far as possible. 

The Taste Space made Roasted Cocoa Cauliflower

Roasted Cocoa Cauliflower

Eat Your Veg prepared Chicken and Veggie Chow Mein


Spicy, Quirky and Serendipitous cooked Fish with Rice and Lentils for a speedy supper

Jibber Jabber UK made  Hotdog Pasta, great for busy weeknights

Hotdog pasta - www.jibberjabberuk.co.uk

Pebble Soup baked a delicious Spinach Pie Olga

Elizabeth's Kitchen Diary linked up a filling and hearty Beef and Broccoli Pasta

Eat Your Veg made a delicious Butternut and Red Pepper Soup

Eat Your Veg | Butternut Squash & Red Pepper Soup

Searching for Spice submitted a brilliant leftovers recipe, Beef Noodle Soup

Beef Noodle Soup

Eat Your Veg linked up another delicious supper, Slow Cooked Beef and Guinness Stew with Pearl Barley and Vegetables.

Eat Your Veg | Slow Cooked Beef & Guinness Stew

Jibber Jabber UK baked a hearty and comforting Fish Pie

Fish pie

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The winner of the fabulous prize from Steenbergs was selected using an online randomiser and the winner is:

Entry number 6 in the linky was Elizabeth's Kitchen, well done! We will be in touch shortly so you can claim your prize.


  1. Lovely collection of recipes Michelle - i'm going to try roasting a cauliflower as i'm really curious about it.

  2. Lots of great ideas here - agree with Katie, roasted cauliflower would be a first for me, too.

  3. Lots of lovely recipes here - the fish pie looks really comforting and reminds me of my mum's food. It's something I would love to have a go at.

  4. Great round up Michelle, so many wonderful looking recipes. I will definitely be trying the roasted cauliflower too, perhaps with some recently acquired cacao powder too!


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