Tinned Tomatoes

Blog URL:http://www.tinnedtomatoes.com
Blog Tags:vegetarian, blog-event, scotland, no-croutons-required, pasta, soup, salad, cakes, ice cream
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Angus

Vegetarian food that will please everyone.

Tasty pasta dishes, comforting soups, colourful salads, creamy risottos, lusious cakes and homemade ice creams and sorbets to die for.

Host of monthly blog event - No Croutons Required.



Latest Blog Posts



Spaghetti bolognese is one of our favourite family meals. My mother-in-law Jean gave me this recipe over 20 years ago. This is the same basic recipe with a few tweaks and made in a big batch.The original recipe used dried soya mince, but I use frozen...

This isn't one for my vegan readers. I've not mastered a dairy-free cheesecake yet, but one of these days ........ This deep and luxurious no-bake cheesecake was made for my baking club. We meet every 4-6 weeks for chat, cake and a quiz. This ti...

Happy Monday!How are you? It's been sunny and warm here in Dundee today. Most unexpected for February and it's lighter earlier and dark later, so things are looking up. My leg is definitely improving too, so I'm feeling quite perky.I'm just unpa...

It's twelve days until Shrove Tuesday and I'm already excited. Yeah, yeah, I know I don't have to wait until Shrove Tuesday to make pancakes, but it's a good reminder of how awesome homemade pancakes are, not to mention how super easy they are t...

Happy Monday!How are you? Have you had a good week?I don't know where the last week went. It whizzed by. The weekend wasn't quite what I hoped for as my wee boy had a fever and was feeling poorly, but as usual with kids, it was over quickly and he's...

In November I travelled to Provence in Southern France to tour olive groves and visit olive oil producers (I know, how lucky am I?). Before my trip I was totally oblivious to French olives. I always assumed olives came from some of the hotter parts o...

Rice pudding is such comfort food. It's one of the dishes I loved as a child. My mum would make it regularly and it was always gorgeous. I especially loved it served with a dollop of jam, but I've grown out of that particular habit. I prefer it plain...