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Courgettes, peppers, tomatoes, garlic and onion topped with a Parmesan cheese crumble. A simple and delicious side dish or vegetarian main.

4 people made this

IngredientsServes: 6

  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 red pepper, cut into strips
  • 4 or 5 courgettes, cut into chunks
  • salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
  • 1/2 cube vegetable stock
  • 1 or 2 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 4 large tomatoes, chopped
  • a good handful of ground almonds
  • Crumble
  • 4 tablespoons wholemeal flour
  • 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
  • 15g butter, diced, at room temperature

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:35min ›Ready in:45min

  1. In a large pan, heat oil over high heat. Sauté onion and pepper until a bit coloured and softened. Reduce heat to low and add courgettes. Season with salt and pepper and crumble in the vegetable stock cube, then add garlic and stir well. Finally, add tomatoes and almonds. Mix gently, cover and cook over low heat for 20 to 25 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  2. Preheat grill to high.
  3. In a small bowl combine flour, Parmesan and butter and rub together till the mixture resembles coarse crumbs.
  4. Distribute cooked vegetable mixture in the bottom of baking dish or tin. Sprinkle crumble mixture on top.
  5. Grill until the topping is golden brown, about 5 to 10 minutes.

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This savoury crumble with minced beef and tomatoes is an old favourite of mine. With a layer of minced beef covered with sliced tomatoes and topped with a cheesy crumble, it's easy to make and great for a midweek dinner. Prepare it in advance then just bake in the oven before serving.


  • Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Preparation Time 15 minutes
  • Cooking Time 1 hour

For the crumble topping

  • 100g butter (or margarine)
  • 175g wholemeal flour
  • 100g cheddar cheese, grated
  • 50g mixed nuts (use more seeds if you don't like nuts), chopped
  • 2 tbsp seeds

For the filling

  • 675g mixed root vegetables (parsnip, swede, turnip, potato, carrot etc)
  • 1 onion (large)
  • garlic (2x cloves), crushed
  • 50g butter (or margarine)
  • 25g wholemeal flour
  • 225g tinned tomatoes
  • 275ml vegetable stock
  • 150ml milk
  • 3 tbsp fresh parsley, chopped
  • black pepper (to taste)
  1. Rub the butter into the flour until the mixture resembles fine crumbs (or whizz together in a food processor)
  2. Add the cheese, nuts and seeds and set aside
  3. Chop the vegetables into small cubes
  4. Melt the butter in a large saucepan and saute the onion until transparent
  5. Add the prepared vegetables and cook over a gentle heat, stirring occasionally for 10 minutes
  6. Stir in the flour and cook for a minute, then add the remaining ingredients
  7. Bring to the boil, reduce the heat,cover and simmer for about 15 minutes, until the vegetables are just tender
  8. Transfer to an ovenproof dish
  9. Press the crumble topping over the vegetables and bake in the oven at 190'C/Gas mark 5 for about 1/2 hour, until golden

How to Make Baked Brie and Caramelized Onion Phyllo Cups

To make this simple and easy savoury phyllo cups recipe, I used store-bought phyllo pastry. Phyllo dough is one of those recipes that are time-consuming and not so easy to get right. Of course, if you’re feeling ambitious and time is not a factor, then check out this fantastic phyllo dough recipe. Feel free to add any filling of your choice for this particular savoury phyllo pie recipe, I opted to go fo my favourite baked brie and caramelized onion.

First of you will need to start by making your filling. in a small saucepan, add butter and caramelize sliced onion until they start to turn golden brown and translucent. Add low sodium vegetable stock to the onions to keep them from burning and add a deeper flavour. Once you are happy with your onions and the liquid reduced, add red wine, balsamic vinegar and sugar to the onion. Reduce heat and allow the onions to absorb as much of the liquid as the sauce thickens. Remove from heat and set aside until you are ready to fill your cups. Slice some of your favourite brie cheese, enough to fill up the phyllo cups.

Cut phyllo pastry into squares and fill at light greased muffin tin with four square layers per unit. Don’t worry so much about the shape as long as the cup can hold your filling and form a dainty savory phyllo pie before adding the filling, brush the pastry with melted butter for added flavour to create that eye-pleasing colour. Fill each cup with sliced brie cheese, followed by a teaspoon of caramelized onion. Bake for 10 minutes or until golden brown in a 350 F(180 degree) oven. Top with parsley or any of your favourite green leaf for added colour and freshness.

Roast late summer vegetables, smoked garlic aioli

You can use ripe red or orange bell peppers instead of Romano. Smoked garlic is sold in larger supermarkets.

Serves 6
Romano or other long thin red peppers 5
aubergines 2
courgettes 4 small
olive oil 50ml
smoked garlic a head

For the aioli
milk 100ml
olive oil 150ml
lemon half
balsamic vinegar 1 tsp

Set the oven at 180C/gas mark 4. Put the peppers into a large roasting tin. Slice the aubergines in half lengthways, then in half again and add to the tin. Halve the courgettes lengthways then add to the tin. Pour over the oil, season with salt and toss the vegetables gently to coat them. Tuck the head of garlic into the vegetables and roast for an hour, until the vegetables are soft.

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Just needed to write this before we share today’s recipe: Damn! (or Holy F**k!, as TK probably would put it). We asked for some travel tips but never expected that you would be so incredibly helpful. We will compile all your recommendations into a document and it is going to be the perfect travel guide for us. Huge, huge thank you! After having read your comments we are now leaning towards dividing our time between Sydney and Melbourne. And do a month in NZ in between. We will keep you updated regarding our workshops as soon as we have more info.

If you’ve been cooking with us this summer, you probably know that we love crumbles. They are imprecise and easy improvised – try quinoa flakes instead of oats, coconut oil instead of butter, a little less of this or a little more of that.

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Savoury Tomato Crumble
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You can read our thoughts on the use of rennet in cheese at the bottom of this post.

1,5 pounds / 700 g ripe tomatoes
1 tsp coarse sea salt
2 tbsp apple cider vinegar

1,5 cups / 140 g rolled oats (cert. gluten free if you prefer)
6 tbsp almond meal/flour
1/2 cup / 25 g grated parmesan cheese (choose rennet-free cheese if you prefer)
4 sprigs oregano, leaves picked and chopped
1 pinch sea salt
100 g butter (or try coconut oil)

Preheat the oven to 175°C / 350°F. Grease a 22 cm / 9 inch baking dish or pie tin with butter (or coconut oil).
Rinse the tomatoes and cut in halves. Place in a baking dish and toss with sea salt and apple cider vinegar. Prepare the crumble in a separate bowl. Start by thoroughly mixing oats, almond meal/flour, grated parmesan, oregano and sea salt. Cut the butter into smaller pieces and add to the oat mixture. Use your hands to mix until large crumbs are formed. Pour the crumble filling evenly over the tomatoes. Bake in the oven for 40 minutes until the tomato juices are bubbling around the edges and the crumble is firm and browned. We served it with lettuce, pear and chickpeas on the side.

Keeps for about a 5 days in the fridge. Freezes and reheats well.

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Lemongrass & Coconut Summer Rolls by Sara from Sprouted Kitchen.
Halloumi Veggie Burgers by Brian from A Thought for Food.
Ribollita (Tuscan Vegetable Stew) by A Couple Cooks.
No Noodle Pad Thai by Kathryne from Cookie+Kate.

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Isabelle K.

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Jocelyne A.

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Lorna B.

This tourtière is part of Christmas every year for us! The pastry is tricky though, and though vegan, does not seem as good as a short crust with lard and butter!

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Simple to make, and SO delicious! Very flavorful. Highly recommend - will definitely make again.

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