7 February 2021

In my kitchen in February

I haven’t got so many new kitchen items lately, but there has certainly been a lot of food in my kitchen, as most time is spent at home. Here are some of the dishes.

Shepherd’s pie with lentils, vegetables and pea-based protein bits

Homemade Schupfnudeln (chunky German potato noodles) with salad and vegan Schnitzel

Pasta bake with mozzarella

Cheesy fried potatoes with a pomegranate salad (most of my salads in this season contain either pomegranate or blood orange)

Potato, cheese and onion pie

I found a new nice vegetable stock in a bag and I made a porcini and pepper risotto with it.

Curry with chicken style vegan bits and pomegranate

Cheesy garlic bread

There were still some Christmas leftovers, as I froze some of our cold hay smoked tofu. I made a tasty sandwich with it.

Pasta with red pesto and vegetable cakes

Onion foccaccia eaten with mushroom ravioli, frikadeller and salad

Hay smoked potato mash with vegan nuggets. I first experimented with a potato for my smoked Christmas tofu.

Mac’n’cheese from the ends of different pasta packets

I’m sharing this post with Sherry, who is hosting the monthly In My Kitchen event.

Your VegHog


  1. All those meals look really delicious— so many ideas for meatless food. I have a pomegranate waiting for me to extract the seeds, but I keep putting it off. Your salads should inspire me.

    be safe... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

  2. it looks like you've been eating lots of wonderful carbs veg hog! i guess you need them in cold winters. unlike us here in sunny QLD! a very warm summer we're having. Smoked potato mash sounds amazing. hope you're keeping well; take care and thanks for being part of IMK.

    1. Yes it's cold here, so can't really get enough carbs. :)

  3. The potato noodles and pasta bake sound so good. Actually all of your meals look delicous but i would love to prepare that pasta bake.

    1. That type of pasta bake is always very nice. It has become a lockdown regular in my kitchen.

  4. You had my mouth watering with all those dishes. Shepards pie is a favorite. And that potato, cheese and onion pie looks delicious. It's always such fun to read how creative you are in the kitchen.

    1. Thank you Liz! I haven't felt very creative lately, but I try to invent when I don't know what I feel like eating.

  5. Wow those Schupfnudeln look amazing! I'd love to try and make them. I love the aesthetics of your food, even little things like how you raked the top of the shepherds pie :)

    1. Schupfnudeln are so great! I have to make my own, as they don't have them in the shops here. I wish I could go to Germany soon...

      Thank you so much for the compliments and stopping by!


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