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6 Vegan recipes for a “greener” St Patrick’s Day

Forgo the green face paint this St Paddy’s Day, and dish up a greener menu instead with these delicious vegan dishes using some green ingredients that even meat eaters will love!

Thai Green Tofu Curry

Still supporting the iconic green, but in the form of Thai green curry paste – this delicious curry is fresh, fragrant and delicious! Team with some simple rice and you’ll be transported from Belfast to Bangkok in an Instant!

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Courgette Falafel

Because we all have a tin of chickpeas hiding out at the back of the pantry – blend them up with a green courgette (and a few extra ingredients) for the easiest air fryer falafel you’ll ever make!

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Leek & Mushroom Pie

Crispy, flaky puff pastry, on top of jammy leeks, sautéed mushrooms and a moreish oatly cream sauce spiked with Dijon and pepper. Serve with some buttery peas for an extra hit of green yumminess!   

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Pumpkin & Kale Salad

If your go to base for a salad is normally something along the lines of spinach or lettuce, then we are certain this Pumpkin Salad is going to convert you to choosing kale instead! One of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet, the is green goodness at its best!

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Moroccan Green Lentil Soup

Because the average temperature in Dublin today is only about 7°C, this tasty soup is the perfat way to warm up a little – and its packed with green vegetables including lentils, green beans, courgette, celery and some (not green) mushrooms too.

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Jackfruit & Nori ‘Fishless’cakes

The rich green of nori chips paired with jackfruit makes a delicious alternative to the traditional fishcake here, to cater for a vegan diet! This is a favourite recipe for the new Dual Drawer Air Fryer!

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What’s your favourite green ingredient to cook with at home?

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