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So happy to be working with Waitrose on another video sharing some easy and healthy recipes for you guys! Cooking and eating delicious, colourful and nutritious foods makes me feel amazing and I wanted to share a few lazy recipes that you can recreate yourself 🙂 As always, the recipes are all listed in the description, along with a full shopping list! For more information click here: http://bit.ly/2Ga9kve
I gotta try that salad!
I'm still learning how to work with beans/lentils. I thought when they're hard you have to soak them first. Is it because the soup is half blended that it isn't needed? 🤷♀️
The sweet potato would be easier to cut if you use a chef knife which is shorter and wider at the top so it gives more pressure to split the potato. All the pressure on the knife you are using is near the handle which is why its not cutting.
The main reason I love to cook is because of all of wonderful sounds of the kitchen and for that I love your videos
I’ve cooked so many of your recipes and can’t thank you enough for making vegan recipes accessible.
Have you tried Kallo vegetable stock with low salt? Best stock cubes I’ve ever used. Must try the Bouillon powder.
i binge watch a bunch of her videos and what really makes the video for me besides the commentary and just how calming it is , is watching her eat the finished product! my favorite part
Omg where did u get your spice tray! I love it!!🥰
tysm! u just made my day
Would love more of these type of videos!
The red lentil soup or dal can be made without the vegetarian stalk also, if you don't find them. Moreover, I cook everything in a cooker, with red lentils, requires the pressure valve to blow only once, a little less tasty but gets done a lot faster.
I made all of these recipies. They were really good! Love this video prolly my favourite one. Watched it manny times ❤😀
girl i know you were south asian in your past life
Madeleine! You are amazing! You are such an inspiration! Thanks a lot for your recipes 🙂 Lovely choice of background music. Could you share please names of those songs? I would like to listen that music while cooking your recipes 😉
Made the soba noddle pasta and it was hella delicious. Im vegan and I've ve been following your videos for a few weeks now and your receipts are so flavorful. I also made your noodle stir fry, aubergine chick pea curry and your sweet potato soup. Just simply delicious. Keep em coming girl
These aren’t lazy in the slightest.
What is tahini please. Heard it a couple of times now but don't know what it is
Do you make your own tahini?
I love all of your recipes but I personally prefer to find ways to make them oil-free. Oil does not make me feel good. Do you have any tips for cooking if we prefer to not eat oil?
Thats not how you should grate it. put it on an angle so there is more surface area and you can apply better pressure
You are the most satisfying YouTube chanell I've ever came across 😹
what song is playing at 2:18? im in love
Loved the video new sub.
Can you do a video on meal prep incl grocery list say 10 12 items and a spice video of where u buy, what u buy incl containers thanks
Are you singing the song from Sleeping Beauty at the end?
Can i call cultural appropriation on the lentil soup??? Hahaha that soup is part of our traditions here in Lebanon. It is my go to vegan dish ALL THE TIME. I eat it at least 3 times a week. We don't put carrots with it, though.
Thank you so much for making videos! Sometimes i just want something quick and easy, while being yummy and nutritious 🙂 please keep making more! 😀
What's the song name please?
That spice box was just like Indians
Bruh you talk way to much
next time for the potaties try a santoku knife.it works perfect for me.it has a wider blade
My Indian heart is happy to see that masala box in your kitchen😂😍💖!
It breaks my heart to watch you waste so much of the garlic and onion 😢
Plus: If you use the back of the blade to scrape the ingredients off into the pan, your knife will stay sharp much longer
I'm a huge fan of your videos, lots of love from Germany (and sorry for my bad English)