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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These cookies are deliciously simple. They are perfect with a cup of tea or coffee. This recipe will be great for those days when you’re starving… If you’d like to make them in a vegan-friendly way, you just have to follow my lovely recipe….!

These simple vegan cookies are made with some ingredients that I had at home. I’m pretty proud of the result and I just would like to share this incredible recipe with you!


300 g superfine flour,

100 g whole sugarcane sugar

230 ml seeds oil

3 spoons soy milk

Some lemon peel

A pinch of salt

½ tea spoon turmeric

1 jar apple and ginger jam (any brand will be fine)


Mix your dry ingredients all together: put flour, sugarcane sugar, a pinch of salt and curcuma powder.

Then combine all the other ingredients together: add soy milk, oil, and lemon peel.

Get all of the ingredients mixed together with no lumps, until your mixture becomes very smooth.

Wrap the short bread pastry and leave it in the fridge for about 30 minutes.

Take away the pastry from the fridge and stretch well the dough with a rolling pin. Place them in a baking sheet and cut them into rounded shapes.

Fill the dough with some jam. (I used home-made apple and ginger jam). Take some more pastry and put it on the filled ones. Make sure you close well their edges. Gently snip them on the top with a knife, as you can see in the picture.

Preheat the oven to 180°C and bake them for about 20 minutes.  Enjoy your breakfast!

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Chickpeas Hummus

rsz_psx_20161115_1254531Chickpeas Hummus

 Hummus is one of the best food on earth. It might look boring or tasteless in the bowl, but it consists of a delicious purée of  soft chickpeas, olive oil and tahini. Hummus is a Middle Eastern invention and chickpeas are incredibly  nutritious.

Here in London you can find it almost everywhere. However you can make it yourself at home! It is  as tasty as easy that you can ever imagine.

Do you already have a favourite hummus recipe? If not, follow mine. I’m sure you won’t regret about it.


450 g drained, cooked chickpeas

50 ml lemon juice

2 garlic cloves

5 tahini tea spoon

½ tea spoon salt

Extra virgin olive oil (just enough)



Some coriander leaves

Some paprika powder

Extra virgin olive oil (just enough)



First of all drain and rinse the chickpeas. Combine the lemon juice and tahini in a blender for few seconds. Then add chickpeas, some salt, garlic and extra virgin olive oil.

While processing the hummus continuously until it becomes very smooth, add some water. Continue processing for 1-2 minutes.

Transfer to a bowl and serve it with some coriander leaves, paprika powder and unleavened warm bread.



Tahini is a condiment made from toasted ground hulled sesame seeds. It is used in Middle east cookery.

It is a paste made from ground sesame seeds. It is also called sesame paste or sesame butter.

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