Recipes

06/05/2013 – this page is under construction as we add info about allergies to our recipe list. Please bear with us!

Breakfast

Huge Vegan Brunch

Apple Pie Pancakes

Sandra’s Creamy Garlicky Mushrooms

Vegan Pancakes

Cereal Bars

Vegan Omelette

Hazelnut Pate with Sesame Toast

Greens on Toast

Sosmix Sausage Adventures

Avocado on Toast

Starters

Broad-bean Pod Fritters 

Baba Ganoush (Charred Aubergine Dip)

Sandra’s Creamy Garlicky Mushrooms

Sweetcorn Fritters

Hazelnut Pate with Sesame Toast

Onion Bhaji’s

Greens on Toast

Black Salsify, Thyme, and Caramelised Onion Bruschetta 

Cucumber Maki

Salads 

Beet, Chickpea and Dill Salad

Tabbouleh Salad

Sweet Potato, Butterbean and Avocado Salad

Warm Potato Salad with Samphire and Rocket

Asparagus Ribbon Salad with Cucumber, Radish and Sun-blush Tomatoes

New Potato and Dill Salad,

Salsas, Dips, and other accompaniments 

Mango Salsa

Lime Salsa

Tzatziki with Spring Onions

Coriander Relish

Easy Cheesey Sauce

Butterbean and Olive Dip

French Toast Croutons

Soups

Tofu Tom Kha (Thai Coconut Soup)

Veg and Peanut Soup

Miso Soup

Sweet Chestnut and Apple Soup

Hannah’s Vegan Goddess Soup

Beery French Onion Soup

French Toast Croutons

Lettuce and Spring Onion Soup

Creamy Celeriac Soup with Roasted Walnuts

Mains
Cabbage Leaves stuffed with Sweet Potato

Broad-bean, Cabbage and Mushroom Risotto

Red Wine and Chestnut Pie

Roast Polenta Easy Dinner 

Falafel 

Feijoada (Seasoned Black Beans)

Patra Stir-fry

Gardener’s Pie

Butternut Squash and Black Olive Savoury Crumble

Mushroom and white Wine Pie

Sweet Potato, Butterbean and Avocado Salad

Vegan Pancakes

Vegan Omelette

Pu Ti Aubergines

Butternut Squash with Porcini and Garlic stuffing

Marinated Tofu and Veg BBQ skewers

Pumpkin and Sage Risotto

Veg Thai-style Green Curry

Stuffed Tomato Casserole

Spicy Sweetcorn Tortillas

Stuffed Butternut Squash with Kale and Peppers

Raw Courgette Lasagne

Pad Thai

Puff Pastry Pizzas

Lentil Risotto with Butternut Squash and Rocket

Japanese Pizza

Sides

Baba Ganoush (Charred Aubergine Dip)

Tabbouleh Salad

Falafel 

Brazilian Rice

Couve a Mineira (Minas Gerais style Collard Greens)

Roasted Balsamic Brussels Sprouts and Apples

Butterbean and Herb Mash

Onion Bhaji’s

Fried Cassava

Sushi Rice Balls

Roasted Sprouts with Pomegranate and Walnuts

Parsnip and Potato Rosti’s

Rice with Spinach, Hazelnuts and Yoghurt

Celeriac Mash

Snacks

Broad-bean Pod Fritters 

Baba Ganoush (Charred Aubergine Dip)

Falafel 

Sweetcorn Fritters

Steakless Sandwich

Vegan Pancakes

Cereal Bars

Hazelnut Pate with Sesame Toast

Onion Bhaji’s

Greens on Toast

Sosmix Sausage Adventures

Sausage Rolls

Sushi Rice Balls

Avocado on Toast

Cucumber Maki

Dandelion Tempura (gf, nf, of, sf)

Sweets

Apple Pie Pancakes

Picket-line Banana Flapjacks

Chocolate Brownies

Oven-baked Rice Pudding

Carrot Cake Cupcakes

Chocolate Orange Cupcakes

Pear and Walnut Cake

Vegan Scones

Cherry Pie 

Vegan Festive Trifle

Cereal Bars

Chocolate, Banana and Chai Cupcakes

Baklava

Sticky Toffee Pudding

Hot Cross Buns

Apple Tart

Basic Sponge Cake

Kiwi Muffin Loaf

Treacle Tart

Chocolate Bourbon Cake

Dutch Apple Cake

Festive Fruit Trees

Shortbread

Gingerbread People

Raspberry and Banana Crumble

Quince Crumble

Jam Tarts (gf, nf, of, sf – depending on marg used)

Breads

Focaccia Bread

Hot Cross Buns

Basic Bread Recipe

Drinks

Lemonade (gf, nf, of, sf)

Thyme Lemonade (gf, nf, of, sf)

Jams, Cuds and Chutneys

Rhubarb Curd (gf, nf, of, sf – depending on marg used)

 

Key: gf = gluten free, nf = nut free, of = onion/garlic free, sf = soy free

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25 Responses to “Recipes”

  1. sadfasdf January 9, 2012 at 6:00 pm #

    Steakless Sandwich link is dead

    • radicalrabbit January 10, 2012 at 7:37 pm #

      Thanks, have fixed it now!

  2. Jacki Walker January 13, 2012 at 7:33 am #

    Watched last night. I’m in my 50s by the way and have had issues around my body for ever – not because it’s ugly but because of the attention it receives and because of my feminist stance. I loved what you had to say, wish I was in Manchester but will follow your blog from now on. Rock on naked vegans!!!!!

  3. Simon January 13, 2012 at 1:03 pm #

    Entertaining programme last night and equally the website. Keep it up (the cause that it!) and I will be a frequent visitor.
    All the very best

  4. Clare January 14, 2012 at 4:41 pm #

    Just watched the programme on 4OD there… you just seem like really sound people…… fairplay to you for deciding to just accept your bodies, as an eating disorder sufferer myself I hope to achieve the same self acceptance…. maybe i’ll be naked more…… think i’ll wait til i’ve moved out of the family home though!

  5. hellsbelles January 14, 2012 at 5:04 pm #

    watched you on telly the other day and just wanted to say how amazing i thought you all were, very inspiring and i will be following your blog from now on. x

  6. Iain January 15, 2012 at 12:44 am #

    Great recipes! Just one thing: in the Sweets section, your link to Carrot Cake Cupcakes needs a small fix. So when’s that naked gardening meetup? :)

    • radicalrabbit January 15, 2012 at 12:51 am #

      Thanks, Ill sort that out. :)

      Maybe when it isnt January! :D im cold just thinking about it! x

  7. Lauren January 19, 2012 at 10:08 pm #

    Hi I’m 15 years old, and at the moment I’m pescetarian but I really want to be vegan. Do you have any suggestions on where I can find vegan alternatives to butter etc. in the UK?

    I saw you on ‘My Daughter the Teenage Nudist’ and found your body confidence message really inspiring although I have no idea how to be confident in my own skin. If you could give any tips to teenagers on how to be confident what would they be?

    Sorry that none of that made sense but thank you so much if you have read it and thankyou for creating this website. It’s lovely :)

    • radicalrabbit January 20, 2012 at 12:45 pm #

      Hey Lauren,
      You can usually get vegan alternatives for butter in most big supermarkets – Pure is the one we usually use. If you live near any wholesale shops there is usually some margarine that is “so cheap its vegan” as well. Vegan alternatives for milk are your soymilk, etc which you can find in most supermarkets now. We came up with a list of dairy replacements and egg/honey/meat replacements :)

      I often think that confidence can come from faking it – when we first started filming with the tv crew we were all really nervous, and tried not to seem it! After a while you kind of realise that nothing is as bad as it seems and you live up to the higher standards of confidence you have set yourself. I can remember when I was about 15/16 I was really worried about the shape/size of my body, and it took me a long time to realise that most people had the same worries. Actually, most people have the same sort of bodies – you can see that more when you are naked with other people – that tonnes of people are the same shape, size, etc. as you and thats cool. My housemate Greta who runs this blog runs a project in schools and colleges with people your age looking at magazine and advertising and talking about the unrealistic images that are put across – if you like I could email you some of the resources she has for them?

      Hope this helps – let me know if you have any other questions!

      Jess x

      • Lauren January 20, 2012 at 7:26 pm #

        Thanks for your message and yes the resources sound really interesting. :)

      • Paul February 1, 2012 at 11:55 am #

        Not sure where on this site to ask this so I’ll ask here: Is Ryvita vegan?

      • radicalrabbit February 1, 2012 at 12:16 pm #

        Yep

    • steve February 24, 2013 at 3:12 am #

      Hi lauren steve here don’t be shy is the key to being naked and confident

    • Iain Russell February 25, 2013 at 12:58 pm #

      The Olive oil based spreads are great. I don’t honestly think you’ll miss butter if you switch. If you can find ‘margarine’ thats vegan too, it was removed from most supermarkets when it was down-graded from being a ‘food-stuff’ ‘cos it does not actually contain anything naturally occuring. Dosen’t sound appetising I know, but there you go its still an option.

      If I were you though, stick to the Olive Oil based spreads, very tasty and very good for you.

  8. phebe February 28, 2012 at 1:36 pm #

    i just watched you on 4od and i LOVE what your all doing. i am vegan and some off the recopies on here are amazing :)

  9. Seitan June 30, 2012 at 9:40 am #

    HAIL SEITAN!

    • Jane Easton September 18, 2012 at 1:27 pm #

      Hehe. Have you seen those US teeshirts that say ‘Praise Seitan’ with a pentagram made from knives and forks? Brilliant. One of the American vegan sites will probably stock them somewhere…

  10. Iain Russell August 16, 2012 at 4:23 pm #

    Hi NVCs,

    First a confession – I’m not a vegan, but I love cooking and nudity so I hope you’ll feel that two out of three ain’t bad!

    I’ve been looking through the recipes as I’m allergic to gluten and diary, I also have issues digesting potato, mushrooms, onion and tomatoes. So variety in what I eat has become very valuable to me.

    If you have any receipts for me or could point me in an online direction I would be very grateful.

    Patra sounds awesome, by the way, I’ll get some ordered and give it a go.

    Thanks

    Iain

    • Jane Easton September 18, 2012 at 1:31 pm #

      The website I work on for Viva! is called http://www.vegetarianrecipeclub.org.uk and is all vegan. It’s also got a good search facility so you could put in gluten-free or whatever. We’ve tried to offer gf and wf options wherever possible in recipes so even if the original recipe isn’t it might be doable with substitutions. (But do let me know if there are any recipes that we’ve not converted where we could do). Eg tamari instead of shoyu soya sauce, plain tofu not flavoured… hope that helps, Iain. Yes, Patra is amazing, I first experienced it as part of a cooked vegan breakfast at Glastonbury, mushrooms, beans, the usual and that!

  11. Jess October 18, 2012 at 11:29 pm #

    Watching the programme ” my daughter the teenage nudist ” and saw about this website & also heard the negative comments people were leaving & the struggles Uve been through with your confidence etc and I think its awful, if you guys are happy I think fair play! People shouldn’t judge others life choices or at least shudnt make them so vocal in such a negative way. So altho it May not be all of our choices it should still be respected as yours! P.s some of the recipes on here sound gorgeous!

  12. Caz February 15, 2013 at 7:16 pm #

    Hi All,

    Me and my blog are also in manchester, I would love to join in with the cooking fun sometime! Need to get some of you positive body image going on!

    Love C

  13. suhail August 29, 2013 at 10:10 pm #

    Hi All,

    I saw ch.4 documentary ‘my daughter the nudist’ and it has taken me 1 year to come out of my shell and say I would like to meet you guys, especially Alex. I will be coming to Manchester uni this academic year, so am looking forward to meeting you guys.

    regards,

    Sid (Leicester)

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