Pappardelle with cream, peas and mushrooms

Pappardelle with cream, peas and mushrooms

We can consider it as the main course of Sunday lunch, fanciful and tasty, a good dish thanks to the combination of simple elements usually you used in the kitchen.
Anyway this First course is vegan, Indeed, I only used ingredients compatible with the philosophy, pasta without eggs and plant-based cream, the result is unbelievable.

Ingredients for 3 people:

350 gr  pappardelle
200 gr mushrooms
150 gr peas
soy cream
50 gr vegetal butter

1 vegetables stock cube (it would be better homemade)

Choose a pasta that does not disintegrate ad a result of cooking to drain al dente, so that you can taste It better.


Brown the onion with the butter and a bit of olive oil in a Pan
Add the mushrooms cut finely enough
Then add the Frozen peas
Cook the whole thing over a low flame for about ten minutes
In the meantime Cook the pasta and add the  stock cube
Add the cream to the mix of peas and mushrooms and simmer
When you are ready to drain the pasta took a Little of cooking water and add It to the sauce
Let them Cook while you drain the pasta
Pour the pasta in the pot and pour on It all the condiment
The density of all the flavour  mixed together are simply fantastic to taste, try and enjoy everybody.
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Chocolate Vegan Muffins

rsz_img_20161117_1503351Chocolate vegan muffins

Let  me introduce you one of the best muffin that I have ever made. They are vegan and amazing, indeed!

You can do this recipe with very little effort. I like them,  you can delight yourself with this Muffins in every moment of the day….


145g of whole wheat flour;

30g of cocoa powder

100g of  dark sugar;

1 spoon of baking soda

1 small bag of cream of tartar

1 spoon of orange juice

4 ripe smashed bananas

55 ml of oil

55 ml of soy milk

150 g of chocolate drops

Some salt

Coconut powder

 How to make them:

First of all, preheat the oven at 180°C. Prepare your wet ingredients and sift together all of the dry ingredients in a big bowl: put sugar, flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, yeast and some salt.

Put in a medium-size the smashed bananas, some coconut oil, some almond milk and some orange juice.

Now add the wet and dry ingredients together, and mix them well.

Spoon batter into prepared muffin cups.

Bake for 18-20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the centre of a muffin comes out clean.

Remove from oven and let cool for 10 minutes before serving.

Sprinkle some coconut powder on them!


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Donna Fugassa: Italian “focacce”, nice coffee and Vegan dishes


Donna Fugassa: Italian “focacce”, nice coffee and Vegan dishes

Donna Fugassa, the Italian style baking café, has just opened its doors in London. I’m proud to announce that you can delight your palate with home-made Vegan cakes baked by Natureat also in this café.

The idea of Donna Fugassa comes from two wonderful Italian-born women: Maia and Alessia. Since when they opened this shop, they have started having an unexpected extraordinary success!

Try authentic food at Donna Fugassa

What you can try here is, first of all, the delicious focaccia from Liguria (a seaside region in the north of Italy), cakes, nice coffee and very much more! You can find the real authentic idea of Italian focaccia, and from today, many vegan delicious delicacies!

What also makes this café irresistible concerns its position in one of the coolest area of London. So, if you are visiting London for holidays of just for fun, I recommend you to stop and try the authentic Italian home-made focaccia and other delicious specialties at this café.

Donna Fugassa would really like to make its customers “feel the real authentic Italian taste of genuine food”, exactly as Maia and Alessia have imagined.

Get yourself involved in this café and delight your palate by enjoying food at Donna Fugassa.

You can find it at this address:

Dalston Square, E8 3BQ London, Bakery cafe

We are looking forward to see you!


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