Tully’s tastiest vegan lasagna recipe ever!
Apr03

Tully’s tastiest vegan lasagna recipe ever!

Veggy Malta is proud to be twinning with Tully Zander a vegan blogger who has a website called Vegans First. I will be linking to her awesome posts and recipes. Tully has the tastiest vegan lasagna recipe ever! If you don’t believe it, you need to try it out and then judge. It’s dairy-free, guilt-free, low-fat, gluten free and tastes as great as Nanna’s lasagna.  The important thing though is that it is healthy and...

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Raw citrus ginger and turmeric shots – totally good
Mar08

Raw citrus ginger and turmeric shots – totally good

How about some daily detox with some raw citrus ginger and turmeric shots. This certainly isn’t a revolutionary drink but one that has many benefits. You can prepare a large jug, store it and consume a shot/glass a day. This tea mixes the health benefits of ginger, turmeric and also citrus. This is an evolution from my fresh ginger tea. The raw citrus ginger and turmeric tea is obviously vegan. Some benefits: Ginger and turmeric...

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How to make fresh ginger tea (two recipes) a healthy tea for all the year
Feb12

How to make fresh ginger tea (two recipes) a healthy tea for all the year

Many of us know that ginger has a lot of beneficial properties. I will not delve into this as I actually made a post on 10 health benefits of ginger – just as Confucius would have recommended. I want to follow up on this by showing how easy it is to make fresh ginger tea and therefore drink it every day. It will help detox and cleanse your body apart from strengthening your immunity system. What is the trick in making good and...

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Easy to make (a winter) Vegan tofu feta couscous pie
Jan31

Easy to make (a winter) Vegan tofu feta couscous pie

This week Veggy Malta shares another warm winter recipe. This time it is a vegan tofu feat couscous pie. This dish has been created vegan and dairy free, yet vegetarians can easily substitute the products if they wish. Making the pie crust Mix all the dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add soy (or almond) milk, olive oil and margarine and blend properly. Start adding a bit of cold water and slowly add water as needed. Form the dough...

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Quiche Lorraine Romanesque – a warm winter meal
Jan22

Quiche Lorraine Romanesque – a warm winter meal

In the cold winter months, something nice and warm is always welcome. This week I am sharing a recipe of how to make a Quiche Lorraine Romanesque. Especially since Romanesque cauliflower is becoming more and more popular. This recipe contains some ingredient variations depending if you want a vegetarian Quiche Lorraine or a vegan Quiche Lorraine. Making the crust Mix all the dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add the soy milk, the oil...

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Cheese balls – a simple vegetarian treat to make when having guests
Jan15

Cheese balls – a simple vegetarian treat to make when having guests

If you have guest coming and want to create something quick that everybody will like, try making cheese balls. The good thing is that you can make a few extra and freeze them. Also fell free to be creative and create you own add-ons to the base mixture. The first step is to make the base ingredient for the cheese ball. Place the butter, cream cheese, lemon juice, lemon zest, (vegan) Worcestershire sauce or HP sauce, hot chilli sauce,...

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Kale, potato and onion soup
Jan08

Kale, potato and onion soup

It’s winter and it’s cold. What everybody needs and wants is a nice warm soup. So how about making a kale potato and onion soup. It’s simple to make plus it has all the benefits inside it from that superfood called kale (vitamins A,C and K + iron, low calorie/zero fat). This is a quick (kale) and healthy recipe that is delicious. Try it out. If you like it, multiply the ingredients and just freeze. How to prepare the...

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Hazelnut crusted potato and Leek galette
Jan02

Hazelnut crusted potato and Leek galette

  My son (Gabriel) and I decided to try out a hazelnut crusted potato and leek galette this week. It’s delicious and filling. Rather than ordering a pizza, this simple vegetarian dish is an alternative. You can adapt it the fillings with other choices if you wish. Vegetarian food can be fun, adventurous and healthy at the same time. Also. if you want, you can easily go for an organic version of this recipe all locally available...

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Kohlrabi (gidra) microgreens from Green Thumb Farm Malta
Nov24

Kohlrabi (gidra) microgreens from Green Thumb Farm Malta

Veggy Malta tried microgreens grown naturally and pesticide free by Green Thumb Farm Malta. We took the plants home to try out. I guess I can clearly define that as fresh. I tried the kohlrabi (Gidra) in a salad and also added it in some sandwiches. Although in miniature, the taste is that of a full grown gidra. After purchase the plants will last plus or minus 1 week.  During that time you can cut the fresh plant with the scissors...

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Organic okra at Vincent’s Eco Farm + cooking recipe
Nov23

Organic okra at Vincent’s Eco Farm + cooking recipe

Veggy Malta met up with Vincent’s Eco Farm in Mgarr and we were shown the Okra being grown organically at the farm. Okra, otherwise known as ladies fingers in the UK or gumbo is the US, is rich in vitamins A, C and K.  Okra pods are actually packed with nutrients including protein, fibre, calcium, iron and zinc. In fact Okra is full of soluble fibres. Soluble fibres is what makes your stomach full faster and even for longer. The...

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