Ultimate Top 30 Store Cupboard Recipes – Delicious and Vegan

As more of us will be at home for the coming weeks with potentially less ingredients. We need to keep our spirits up and stay healthy.

I personally think that cooking and creating something delicious for yourself and your family is one of the best things to do when your feeling a bit anxious – I’ve always found it helpful anyway 😉

Luckily I’ve always loved cooking with wholesome and cost effective ingredients like pulses, rice, grains etc. So I think I can help… I’ve collated 30 of my favourites here for you!

You’ll find my favourite; Lentil, bean, chickpea, oats, rice etc

I really hope they are delicious and helpful.

Sending love at this time, Niki xxx

Lovely Lentils

1 – Roast carrot dal

2 – Smokey red pepper & lentil soup

3 – Baked aubergine with lentil salad

4 – Green lentil & spinach dal

5 – Best lentil bolognese with roast veg mash

6 – Smokey lentils with harissa cauliflower

7 – Creamy squash dal

8 – Smokey lentil & Cauliflower stew

9 – Beetroot dal with flatbreads

Amazing Beans

10 – Mung bean stew with gram flour flatbreads

11- Mushroom butter bean ragu with cheesy polenta

12 – Smokey beans with aubergine

13 – Roast pepper and caramelised onion white bean stew

14 – Roast cauliflower, fennel and white bean salad

15 – Spiced black beans with turmeric roast cauliflower

16 – White bean, coconut and roast red pepper stew

My favourite chickpeas

17 – Roast cauliflower aubergine, smokey red pepper and chickpea stew

18 – Roast cauliflower, baba ganoush, and spiced harissa chickpeash

19 – Sweet roast pepper, chickpea and panzanella salad

20 – Moroccan spiced lentil & chickpea soup

Mighty Oats

21 – Pistachio, date and almond bars

22 – Nutty oats choc chip breakfast cookies

23 – Strawberry coconut cream tart

24 – Oaty pancakes with avocado and mushrooms

25 – Summer berry crumble

All about the Rice

26 – Squash and mushroom pearl barely risotto

27 – Pesto risotto with mushrooms and tomatoes

28 – Mushroom coconut fried rice

29 – Roast veg chickpea and rice salad

30 – Green risotto – spinach and pea pesto


5 Comments

  1. Marisa Farrell on April 7, 2020 at 7:23 am

    I never comment on things, but this is a really cracking set of recipes Niki. Brilliant inspiration at this time. Thanks so much! You’re a gem xx

    • Niki on April 7, 2020 at 8:51 am

      Aww thank you so much Marisa!
      Sending love, Niki xxx

  2. […] Lentils are actually one of my favourite ingredients as they are low in calories, rich in iron and an excellent source of protein, plus they can bulk out so many different types of dishes making them the ultimate store cupboard essential to stock up on (you can find out more about what store cupboard ingredients I think should be in your kitchen at all time, and what recipes you can create with them, on this blog post here) […]

  3. […] This dish is perfect to batch cook and take to work for lunch, the lentils will keep you full to power through the afternoon, or even for a quick mid-week dinner. Lentils are actually one of my favourite ingredients as they are low in calories, rich in iron and an excellent source of protein, plus they can bulk out so many different types of dishes making them the ultimate store cupboard essential to stock up on (you can find out more about what store cupboard ingredients I think should be in your kitchen at all time, and what recipes you can create with them, on this blog post here) […]

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