• vegan cauliflower wings
    These vegan cauliflower wings make the perfect side dish or main when hosting friends. Just serve them in a sauce of your choice alongside other vegan sides. 
  • Tofu Scramble
    Whether you're trying to cut down on your meat intake or simply looking for a new and tasty brunch idea, this high protein vegan tofu scramble is the perfect breakfast to make on the weekends. 
  • Asparagus tart recipe
    Whether you're heading for a picnic in the sunshine or fancy whipping up a tasty lunch at home, this delicious and vibrant asparagus tart is the perfect recipe. 
  • Shakshuka
    A simple and delicious Shakshuka recipe, perfect for a weekend brunch.
  • Vegan Pie
  • Vegan Sausage Plait
  • Lasagne rolls
    One for the weekend, this dish takes a while to pull the separate elements together, but it is well worth the effort. This is a really tasty dish with lots of colour and flavour. Serve with some crusty bread and green leaves.
  • stir fry recipe
    Wok cooking is a great one pan meal for the whole family. This recipe cooks rice at the same time and then this is added to the wok along with eggs to give a veggie and protein packed meal!
  • Veggie chilli recipe
    This is a great store cupboard dish and perfect for meat free meals or last-minute dinner guests who are vegan or vegetarian.
  • donut recipe
  • Soup
    A fantastic versatile soup that is so quick to prepare – no chopping needed, just a greater and a saucepan. Brilliant for using store cupboard ingredients and for a last-minute healthy lunch that can be on the table in 20 minutes. This recipe has been developed especially for Rangemaster by Product Training Manager, Lindsey Payne.
  • Aubergine
    Chef and Rangemaster brand ambassador* Jordan Bourke has created this delicious recipe exclusively for Rangemaster using his Nexus Steam range cooker.
  • Mediterranean Vegetable Cous Cous
  • Guilt Free Coleslaw
    Crunchy and delicious, the perfect accompaniment to a picnic or bbq. 
  • Greek Salad
    A simple and delicious Greek Salad recipe, perfect for the summer time.
  • Roasted Halloumi
    Enjoy the rich saltiness of Halloumi with this speedy recipe. Perfect for a quick evening meal!
  • Roasted Ratatouille
    A great way to make the most of a glut of sweet vegetables such as red onions, aubergine, baby courgettes and orange peppers. The addition of fresh tomatoes and marjoram really lifts this dish and the colours look wonderful on the plate. Cook until tender and serve with crusty bread or a side of fluffy couscous.
  • Vegetable Stir Fry with Chilli
    This is a colour vegetable stir-fry with a crunchy texture, great to serve with prawns, Quorn or on it's own with some noodles.  We used a chilli sauce but you could use just soy sauce if you prefer. As with any frying, the secret is to not put too much in the pan at once, you may need to cook this in two batches depending on the size of your wok.
  • Roasted Butternut Squash with Blue Cheese
    This is a great dish for vegetarians but would also accompany cold meats very well. Use any blue cheese that you like.
  • Goats Cheese Ravioli
  • Vegetable Moroccan Stew
  • Tomato and Black Olive Tapenade Puff Tarts
    These are lovely and light and tasty, great for a starter or with salad and crusty bread for a main course. Make 1 large tart if you prefer.
  • Fig and Blue Cheese Tart
    Make one large tart or several smaller ones for a starter.  This is also a good main course for a non-meat eater. Use whichever blue cheese is your favourite for this rich and creamy tart.
  • Creamy Parsnip Soup
    If you’ve still got plenty of parsnips left after the Sunday roast, here’s a great way to make the most of them with this rich, creamy soup. Perfect as a starter or served with a sandwich for a light lunch, use a little more cumin if you’d like extra heat. It looks even more impressive when served with a sprinkling of paprika and a swirl of single cream.
  • Organic Rocket Soup
    Delicious served hot or cold, this simple soup turns peppery rocket into a main ingredient. You can use either chicken or vegetable stock, so it’s ideal for vegetarians, and you can add further texture with toasted croutons on top. Cut a day-old loaf into even-sized cubes then sauté on the hob with a generous amount of melted butter.
  • Mini Herbed Drop Scones with Feta Cheese
    You may not have cooked these since your school days but drop scones are so versatile and make the perfect canapé for a dinner party or family get-together. The black olives are optional but they do add an authentic Greek flavour that complements the Feta cheese. Try serving with a cucumber mint raita dip on the side