Erin’s Recipe book ‘The Veg Table’

The Veg Table

£18.00

Vegetarian and vegan recipes inspired by tables around the world

By Erin Baker

The Veg Table is a collection of recipes taught and cooked for thousands of people every year. The recipes are 100% people tried and tested. They’ve got the thumbs up in classes, parties, supper clubs and catered events.

Fresh, full of flavour, and inspired by regional cuisine, they showcase a range of cookery techniques and a variety of ways to make meat free meals tempting and indulgent.

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Delicious and easy to make recipes that you'll keep coming back to

This cookery book has fast become a permanently open fixture in my kitchen since treating myself to it at Christmas! I've been fortunate to attend a few of Erin's workshops and regularly go out to eat at her catered events, so being able to make her incredible dishes at home is wonderful. Her approach is very straightforward and accessible, and although there are a few "showing off" dishes in here, the vast majority are meals that I can (and do!) make regularly - even simple things like finally finding a hummus recipe that I can make that doesn't look and taste like grout, and the chocolate sauce to die for, both of which I make a batch of every week now.

In short - delicious, easy to make recipes that you'll become staples for your everyday eating.

Joanna Fallon

Wow this book is simply amazing!

Gemma Taylor

Love love the book!

Reg

A treasure of a cook book

Kate

Culinary delights from around the world

Neil

Erin's Recipes

Pad Thai Noodle Bar at the Crown and Sceptre

Pad Thai Noodle Bar at the Crown and Sceptre

August Bank Holiday means that it's time for a noodle bar! It's been a while. Tunes provided by my talented husband DJ Jerksauceprojects. Pad Thai Noodle Bar 30th Aug 2020 1 pm to 7 pm or until we run out! 98 Horns Rd, Stroud GL5 1EG Please ring 07809245657 with any...

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Cashew Soy Vegan Yoghurt

Cashew Soy Vegan Yoghurt

Here is my cashew soy vegan yoghurt recipe. I have been making this yoghurt for about a year now. After lots of trial and error playing around various types of homemade vegan yoghurt, this is by far my favourite. Not only is the texture perfect and flavour delicious,...

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Water Kefir

Water Kefir

I love carbonated beverages, but these days prefer ones that are probiotic and low in sugar. Water kefir is the perfect solution. It’s great in the morning, quenching in the afternoon and satisfying in the evening. Water Kefir is a probiotic beverage made with water kefir grains or a powdered kefir starter culture.

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Rosemary Focaccia

Rosemary Focaccia

I have taught this rosemary focaccia recipe to hundreds of people over the years and everyone loves it. It has volumes of flavour and a big open airy crumb. Yes, you have to think ahead and start it the night before. Yes, it is messy. Yes, it has to rise twice before...

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Baker’s Bagels

Baker’s Bagels

Growing up in Northeast America, bagels were a common occurrence for meals, whether it be breakfast or lunch, maybe even dinner!

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Bánh xèo

Bánh xèo

The first time I had these beauties was on a trip to a Vietnamese friend’s parent’s house while at university. Six starving students tumbled out of a car to greet a very happy mum that had made a massive spread of traditional Vietnamese food to welcome her daughter...

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Raspberry ripple cheesecake

Raspberry ripple cheesecake

I love making this raspberry ripple cheesecake – it's as beautiful to look at as it is to eat! It's also completely dairy free, utilising the creaminess of cashews and coconut yoghurt, in place of the usual cream cheese filling. It's a great recipe to play around with...

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Lemon and cashew rice

Lemon and cashew rice

For a thali, rice that has a bit of fanciness added to it is always welcome, that's how I tend to use this Lemon and cashew rice. Lemon, cashews and a few spices dress up ordinary rice to make this dish worthy of eating on its own. Use it as part of your Thali, or as...

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Sweet potato and black bean tamales

Sweet potato and black bean tamales

Tamales are one of my all-time favourite foods. This recipe was a staple item on the summer menu of my restaurant in California. Soft spiced dough steamed to perfection in dried corn husks and filled with roasted jalapeños, sweet potato and black beans. What’s not to...

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Sticky Pear Gingerbread Cake

Sticky Pear Gingerbread Cake

Gingerbread is one of my favourite flavours, dark molasses paired with warm spices. This cake adds poached pears to make it a real showstopper for Christmas or any other occasion. The recipe is easy to follow and absolutely delicious. If you can't be bothered to poach...

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Squash, Mushroom & Kale Wreath

Squash, Mushroom & Kale Wreath

Making a plant-based festive meal can be daunting, but with this Squash, Mushroom and Kale Wreath it's simple! This recipe has been tried and tested at my A Very Vegan Christmas cookery class and has gone down a storm. SQUASH, MUSHROOM & KALE WREATH Serves 8-10...

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Falafels

Falafels

There are so many falafel recipes out there it’s a bit overwhelming. I’ve tried many over the years only to be disappointed by the mushy texture. Most recipes call for tinned chickpeas but this recipe uses dried chickpeas that are soaked overnight in bicarbonate of...

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Thai green curry with green jackfruit

Thai green curry with green jackfruit

Green jackfruit is a great vegetarian alternative in curry. It has a great texture and absorbs the full flavours in the sauce. It’s sold in Asian markets or online. Make sure that you are purchasing the young green jackfruit in brine, not ripe and yellow in syrup. Pan...

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Mexican wedding cakes

Mexican wedding cakes

Mexican wedding cakes are actually biscuits and are an example of culinary influence from Spain. These little cookies are traditionally served at weddings.

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Tarka Dhal

Tarka Dhal

Tarka dhal has a base of lots of garlic, cumin seeds and amchoor powder. Amchoor powder is made from dried mangos and gives a gorgeous lemony taste to the dhal.

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Aubergine and Lentil Moussaka

Aubergine and Lentil Moussaka

Aubergine and lentil moussaka is a hearty Mediterranean dish. I made this dish for my wedding years ago, so is a special recipe. Vegan version included.

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Roasted Tomato Salsa

Roasted Tomato Salsa

When tomatoes are out of season and you fancy salsa, try this one instead of fresh salsa. Roasting the tomatoes adds more flavour and a better texture.

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Za’atar Flatbread

Za’atar Flatbread

This recipe for Za’atar flatbread is a basic pitta with za’atar – a fragrant Middle Eastern spice mix – and olive oil. It’s just perfect to mop up everything in a mezze!

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Bruschetta

Bruschetta

Bruschetta is a simple classic, but when done right it’s just perfect. Using sweet fresh tomatoes, fragrant basil, and garlic-kissed toasted bread, this recipe delivers.

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Stuffed Tomatoes and Peppers

Stuffed Tomatoes and Peppers

Stuffed tomatoes and peppers are a traditional Mediterranean recipe that are perfect for summery evenings, paired with a delicious and refreshing wine.

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