Jasmine’s 11 Recipes for the Perfect Picnic

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As lockdown restrictions ease, one of the safest ways to have a social life that doesn’t include a screen and a wifi connection is to get outside! Keep the groups small, of course, and abide by  distancing measures when meeting up with friends and family for a picnic in the park. Here I’ve put together some of my favourite recipes that are easily packable into your tiffins and Tupperwares for the perfect summer celebration — check outmy shop pagefor eco food storage.Spinach and Feta Hand Pies (East by Westpage 211)Inspired by Greek flavours, these chickpea pastry wonders will steal the show at your picnic. They make a great vegetarian main.BBQ Basted Veggies With Almond AioliNothing says summer like grilled wares, so I present: BBQ basted veggies with a tangy, garlicky vegan aioli. *chef’s kiss*Sautéed Buckwheat Sprout Pilau With Harissa and Za’atarA Middle Eastern-inspired dish sauté dish that works well as a salad for your picnic.Pickled Red Cabbage With Hazelnuts and Griddled Apple

Melissa’s Eat Green Book Tour Dates

My new cookbook, EAT GREEN: Delicious flexitarian recipes for planet-friendly eating is out very soon on the 9th January 2020 (Pre-order a copy here).

I’m so excited to be taking it on tour around the UK, sharing planet friendly ways to eat, cook and save and would love to see you all there. Here’s where I’ll be visiting so far but stay tuned for more dates announced for March through to the Summer. Where else would you like me to visit? Where are YOU? 

I’ll be keeping you informed in my fortnightly newsletters so make sure you’re subscribed here.

We all want to eat in a way that is deliciousnourishingexciting and good for the planet, while saving us time and money. EAT GREEN is about getting you cooking confidently to do just that whether you’re an omnivore, vegetarian or something in between.

I’ve written more than 100 flavour-packed recipes that use UK-grown, easy-to-buy ingredients, that will help you cut food waste and save you time and money. EAT GREEN is about celebrating amazing vegetables, using the very best of the seasons with simple swaps so that meat and fish can be added in or taken away, so everyone can enjoy a delicious meal.

For more info on EAT GREEN, head here.
And if you can’t wait to get your hands on waste-free recipes, and you’ve got lots of leftovers to use up after Christmas, read here on my recipes and ways to give your Leftovers more Love!

And keep up to date with me on Instagram @melissa.hemsley

Happy New Year and see you all in 2020!

Melissa x

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