Nothing says spring like British asparagus season. To rejoice What’s In Season this month, we create two scrumptious recipes to honour the contemporary produce coming from UK farms. 

This recipe makes for a scrumptious lunch or gentle dinner. The fritters are fairly substantial as they comprise quinoa. We advised holding your spring veg good and chunky when chopping so you actually get the flavour and texture by way of the fritter.

This is the way to make Spring Vegetable + Quinoa Fritters

Serves 4 for lunch 
Prep time – 25 minutes 
Vegetarian, Gluten Free


  • 125 g broad beans
  • 125 g peas
  • 125 g asparagus 
  • 200 g gram flour 
  • 150 g pre-cooked quinoa (we used crimson + white)
  • 1 teaspoon vegan bouillon powder
  • 1 teaspoon turmeric
  • 2 teaspoons curry powder
  • 1 tablespoon nigella seeds (non-obligatory) 
  • 150-200 ml chilly water
  • Impartial oil, to fry (like avocado, sunflower or rapeseed oils)
  • 100 g thick greek yoghurt
  • A handful of untamed garlic leaves
  • 1 spring onion, thinly sliced
  • A big handful of coriander leaves
  • A big handful of mint leaves
  • 100 g child salad leaves (we used lambs lettuce)
  • 1 lemon, halved, one half minimize into wedges
  • 1 tablespoon additional virgin olive oil 
  • Salt + freshly floor black pepper


  1. Convey a big pot of water to the boil. Salt it generously. Blanch the peas, broad beans and asparagus for 30 seconds and plunge into cool water. If the broad beans are massive, take away the papery pods, however this isn’t important. Chop the asparagus into chunk sized items. 
  2. In a big bowl, combine collectively the gram flour, quinoa, vegan bouillon powder and spices. Step by step add the water and blend properly to mix till you have got a thick batter. Add the greens and blend properly to coat. If all of the greens should not coated, add somewhat extra water. Season properly. 
  3. Add a couple of tablespoons of impartial oil to a big frying pan, sufficient to cowl the bottom of the pan.
  4. Whereas the oil heats up, whizz collectively the greek yoghurt with the wild garlic leaves utilizing a small handheld blender or meals processor. Put aside. 
  5. Fry the fritters, making every round 2 tablespoons of the batter, for two minutes on both sides till golden and crisp. 
  6. In a small bowl, costume the coriander, mint and salad leaves with the juice of half a lemon and the additional virgin olive oil. Season properly.
  7. Serve the fritters with the wild garlic yoghurt and thinly sliced spring onion with a number of the herby salad on the facet.



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