18 June 2013

The Good Food Channel



Here is my latest veggie burger, topped with halloumi and sweet chilli jam.

Like the look of it?

Well I am afraid the recipe isn't here, it is over at The Good Food Channel and is my first recipe published there. If that isn't exciting enough, they also interviewed me. You can read the interview on The Good Food Channel too.

If you haven't heard of The Good Food Channel you should head over and have a look. It is very popular here in the UK and is a foodies delight with over 16,000 recipes to browse through,,

My bean burger features cannellini beans, kidney beans and black beans. It has no egg or dairy and has a lovely spicy kick.

It is of course suitable for vegans, although my suggestion to top it with Halloumi rather spoils that claim!

They have also published my recipe for sweet chilli jam which is sensational, if I do say so myself.

Thanks to Katie Bryson over at Feeding Boys and a Firefighter for choosing Tinned Tomatoes as one of her favourite blogs.


In other news, I have also been published on Great British Chefs.

I have my own author page over there and three recipes so far.

The first recipe is a Green Lentil, Potato and Mushroom Burger.

The second recipe is Quinoa, Puy Lentil and Halloumi salad with Courgette

My third recipe is a Stuffed Picnic Loaf

Green Lentil, Potato & Mushroom Burger

Quinoa, Puy Lentil and Halloumi Salad with Courgette

Stuffed Picnic Loaf


While I am at it, I may as well promote my latest posts on Baby Centre too.

I also have an author page on Baby Centre UK.

You will find a lot of articles there. I write recipes and family articles every Friday for Baby Centre.

The blog page over their is a great read if you are a parent.

My latest posts:

As you can see I am very busy. I don't know at times how I manage it all. I really don't.

Luckily at the moment, I am enjoying some rest, relaxation and sunshine in Cyprus with my family and here I am blogging. Hmmmm! 



If you have time please head over to my recipes on The Good Food Channel or Great British Chefs and leave a comment or give it a facebook/google+ like.

A bit of support is always good when you have a new venture.



21 comments:

  1. This is amazing, well done! You should be very proud of yourself right now! :) x

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  2. Well done you! That burger looks fantastic - off to check out the recipe now!

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  3. Such a fantastic recipe! Thanks so much for being part of the feature :-) x x x

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    1. Thanks for including me Katie, I am very honoured :)

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  4. Congratulations, Jacqui! It must feel awesome to have your recipes published elsewhere. :)
    Also, I am really touched that you picked me as your favourite vegan blog. *squeal*

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    1. It is completely awesome Janet. Your recipes are always so tempting, I had to pick you :)

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  5. Congratulations. What a wonderful news and accomplishment. That burger looks great. Although I'm a meat eater, I would love to try this one. That says a lot for a meat lover, like me. ;)

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  6. Congratulations Jacqueline :) :) Checking out the recipe now.

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    1. Thanks for taking the time to do that Emma :)

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  7. Congratulations, and the veggie burger looks amazing!!!! No wonder it was published on the Good Food Channel! Again, congrats!

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    1. Thanks Julia, I was really quite pleased with that photo.

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  8. Congratulations on all the fantastic features! I love the look of that veggie burger.

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    1. Thank you, I was pleased with that shot and it was yummy!

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  9. Congratulations, Jacqui. Read your interview, and checked out your fabulous black bean burger and homemade sweet chilli sauce.

    Great interview, and I love, love the burger recipe with the addition of sweet potatoes...yumm! Bookmarked and can't wait to try! Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog!

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    1. Thanks for taking the time to go and have a read Elizabeth. If you are making the burgers yourself, feel free to add more spices than I did. I had my toddler in mind when I made mine, so they are quite mild, but still very tasty.

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  10. Many congratulations!!! I'm heading over to the food channel now!!!
    Mary x

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I love reading comments, so thank you for taking the time to leave one. Unfortunately, I'm bombarded with spam, so I've turned on comment moderation. I'll publish your comments as soon as I can and respond to them. Don't panic, they will disappear when you hit publish. Jac x