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7 responses

19 01 2009
Heather Griffith

Great stuff and easy references! Thanks!

23 01 2009
VegBox Recipes

Thanks Heather : )

4 12 2010
Kathryn Price

Please help – I’m allergic to nuts and recently developed an allergy to curry spices, which has severely curtailed my recipe collection for winter vegetables; no spicy parsnip soup, etc. So many of this season’s recipes include peanut butter, pine nuts and spices – can you find me some that don’t? Thanks

14 12 2010
VegBox Recipes

Hi Kathryn,

We suggest having a look through our recipe database for seasonal dishes:
http://www.vegbox-recipes.co.uk/recipes/recipes-index.php

You will find some recipes without spices, and some with spices included in the recipe that can be left out without effecting the overall outcome too much. For example:

Mushroom and Winter Veg Pie:
http://www.vegbox-recipes.co.uk/recipes/mushroom-recipe-6.php
This one doesn’t contain any spices.

This Kale Pesto Pasta has pine nuts and nutmeg listed in the ingredients, but you could leave both of these out and it would still be delicious.
http://www.vegbox-recipes.co.uk/recipes/kale-recipe-1.php

The same applies to this Kale and Roquefort Parcel:
http://www.vegbox-recipes.co.uk/recipes/kale-recipe-2.php

You could also try to substitute the spices and give the flavour some depth by using onions and celery instead, and perhaps a squeeze of lemon juice in some cases. We’re not sure on the exact ingredients of Marmite, but we have found this can be good too – we made a chickpea bake and added Marmite and it was lovely!

And of course don’t forget good old herbs and vegetable stock cubes to add flavour to soups instead of spices. If you spot a spicy parsnip recipe, you could drop the spices and replace with a vegetable stock cube – we’re sure it would be delicious.

We hope this is helpful.

Please note that we can’t guarantee that any of the ingredients we have mentioned such as Marmite and vegetable stock are nut free or spice free and we would suggest you check the ingredients yourself ūüôā

The VegBox Team

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