Eat More Vegan: 80 delicious recipes everyone will love

By Annie Rigg

Annie Rigg’s fuss-free cooking is all about maximizing flavours and creating healthy meals that are packed with protein and proudly plant-based. Her tempting dishes take inspiration from all over the globe, and are perfect for anyone wanting great food, whether dining solo or catering for a crowd.

Mains include curries, stews, Insta-friendly sushi sandwiches and tasty tacos; Quick Suppers take you from speedy courgette spaghetti with pea ‘pesto’ to Singapore noodles and dhal; inventive Salads include black rice with chargrilled sweet potatoes, Brussels sprout slaw and freekeh tabbouleh; Sides and Seasonings include moreish shoestring potatoes with chat masala, braised Little Gems and plenty of dips and sprinkles; Soups and Light Bites range from classic pumpkin soup to ingenious spring onion pancakes and quick potstickers; and finally, magnificent Feasts include jackfruit bao buns for a party and a traditional pastry-topped pie


‘I’ve worked with Annie many times over the years and this beautiful cookbook does not disappoint. It’s jam-packed with exciting and delicious recipes, tips and ideas that will have you racing into the kitchen.’ – Rachel Allen

Author: Annie Rigg
Format: Digital download
Release Date: 05 Jan 2023
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-856229-8
Annie Rigg is the author of over 15 cookbooks including Eat More Veg, the companion to this book. She is a Leith’s-trained chef, has worked for Delia Smith, and is part of the Great British Bake Off team, writing some of the official GBBO guides. She is also a food stylist with over 150 cookbook projects to her name, and a recipe developer and tester for restaurants, brands and production companies. She lives in Hampshire.

Praise for Eat More Veg: -

”'Irresistible vegetarian and vegan dishes, maximising the impact and flavour of plant-based ingredients in ways that are fresh and enticing.” - - Aldo Zilli, Daily Express

”'Perfect for cooks looking for new vegetarian and vegan ideas.” - -Sainsbury’s Magazine

”'Annie Rigg’s cookbooks are always good and this one continues the theme … high quality photographs make trying them all very tempting.” - -Choice magazine