Last month I was asked if I’d like to contribute to an e-cookbook. If you’ve been around Prettygreentea for a while you’ll know that I love cooking and baking. I find it very relaxing and always look forward to making my evening meal and of course, late night brownies. As you can imagine, being invited to contribute to an e-cookbook was a very exciting moment for me and I jumped at the chance to be involved.
Along with a bunch of other bloggers we were asked to share our favourite low-cost recipes for the e-cookbook. After a lot of thought I decided to go with my Lentil Veggie Wellington (find it on page 14) which is cheap and pretty simple to make. A veggie wellington is often made at Christmas with lots of chestnuts and cranberries. I created my Lentil Veggie Wellington to use throughout the year and packed it full of tasty lentils to ensure that it’s filling. It’s a really good dish to make when you have friends visiting or for when you need a comforting meal on a Friday night.
The cookbook is free and filled with lots of budget friendly recipes. It’s been put together beautifully by the team at Voucherbox and as well as discovering lots of tasty treats to make, you’ll also find some fab new blogs too. If you’re a student, looking to meal plan, stick to a budget or simply fancy trying out some new recipes then you must have a browse through the cookbook. All of the recipes sounds really good and each one is accompanied with an easy-to-read method and fab photos.
I’m looking forward to trying out some of the other recipes from the cookbook. I try to plan at least 5 meals out each week and I can’t wait to make Stuart’s Maple Apple Crumble (page 25) and Lucy’s Aubergine Curry (page 19). I’ll be sure to share photos over on Twitter when I get ’round to giving them a try.
Let me know if you give my Lentil Veggie Wellington a try.
Thanks to Voucherbox for sponsoring this post.