I am so excited to tell you about this wonderful Vegetarian Recipe blogging competition I am judging along with Cass from Frugal Family and Jac from Tinned Tomatoes on behalf of Betta Living.They want to celebrate Vegetarianism!
All you have to do is come up with a veggie recipe that gets our taste buds excited. The prize is a whopping £750 gift voucher for your choice of one of the following stores…
Argos House of Fraser John Lewis M&S
Sainsbury’s Toys R Us Asda Amazon Love2Shop
Waitrose Waterstones Debenhams Harvey Nichols
With a £250 gift voucher for the runner up. And the best recipes will be showcased on the Betta Living blog during National Vegetarian Week 19th-25 May.
How fabulous is that.
How to win.
You don’t need to be a foodie a food blogger or a vegetarian you simply have to come up with a vegetarian recipe and blog about it….easy peasy.
Here, more formally is what to do…
To enter the competition, bloggers must write a blog post about their favourite vegetarian recipe, mentioning the competition in their blog post to inform readers of the details of the competition. They must notify Betta Living of their entry via email at the address firstname.lastname@example.org and use #BettaRecipe in your post / tweets.
The last date for receipt of entries is Midday on Wednesday 14th May 2014.
For the full terms and conditions pop over to Betta Living
I so wish I could enter this but obviously I can’t ! But just to get things rolling here is my favourite veggie recipe. Good luck to all who enter!
Super Speedy Pot Luck Quiche
I am a time short and thrifty mum who hates waste.
I am also a vegetarian. Have been for 31 years now..blimey
Super speedy pot luck quiche is my go to recipe when I want the kids to have something very nutritious. When I have lots of bit and bobs of veg left that need using up and when I need a quick to prepare home cooked meal.
This recipe was born out of trial and error during my experiments with a low fat diet. It has remained a firm favorite is a scrummy recipe love that whatever you have left in your fridge can be used up rather than thrown away. I adore that is different every single time, depending on what veg you have…keeps it interesting!
I used a red papper
I large red onion
3 stems of asparagus
I courgette (small)
7 cherry tomatoes
300g cottage cheese
Salt and black pepper to taste
Chop all your veggies and chuck them in the frying pan. I use fry light but a little vegetable oil will be just fine. Cook until soft (or a little crunchy depending what taste your prefer.
Mix together the cottage cheese and eggs in a separate bowl
Pile the veggies into the bottom of an oven proof dish and simply pour on the eggy mix.
I pop it in a warmed oven on 160 for about 45 mins or until it is golden brown.
Served with a big green sald or lots of lovely chunky chips this is absolutely delicious!