Recipes

Grilled Eggplant & Tomato Salad Posted on | No Comments

This Grilled Eggplant & Tomato salad transports me half way across the world to a summer day in Italy.  This salad is light, fresh and the perfect accompaniment to any grilled fish, meat or chicken dish. It would also pair lovely with a potato salad for all my vegetarian friends.  TIP: When selecting your tomatoes,…

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San Choy Bau Posted on 28/12/2019 | No Comments

San Choy Bau is one of the easiest dishes to recreate when you’re in a rush. Light, fresh and ready in under 20mins, this is one of our favourites in our weekly meal rotation. 

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Zucchini Hummus Posted on 12/04/2019 | No Comments

For those who love traditional hummus, but can’t digest the fibres found in chickpeas – this zucchini hummus will become your new best friend.

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Roast Pumpkin Hummus Posted on | No Comments

I’ll admit I’m not a huge fan of traditional hummus (*gasps), but this roast pumpkin variation has got me hooked. So easy to prepare at the start of the week for a scrumptious breakfast (pictured above) or for a nutritious snack on the run. ABOUT THE INGREDIENTS: TAHINI Tahini is a paste made via the…

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My Favourite Salad Dressings Posted on | No Comments

Let’s face it, eating salads day in and day out can get a little repetitive. That’s why I’ve developed a range of salad dressings to help you spice things up. Feel free to prepare a big batch at the start of the week and store in an air-tight glass jar in the fridge. MACADAMIA, LEMON…

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Roast Vegetable Frittata Posted on 30/03/2019 | No Comments

Quick and simple, this Roasted Vegetable Frittata is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Make ahead of schedule for a fuss free meal on the go.

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Lentil Shepherd’s Pie with Sweet Potato & Pumpkin Posted on 24/02/2019 | No Comments

‘Meat-Free Monday’ was an initiative designed by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney to encourage the world to go meat free, one day of the week. The benefits of this simple practice are endless – not only do we reduce our meat consumption and consequently our green-house gas emissions, we also save money and boost our…

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Slow Cooked Lamb & Pumpkin Curry Posted on | No Comments

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), both the spleen and stomach are seen as the central organs of digestion. They are responsible for breaking down the food and assisting in the absorption of nutrients that nourish our organs and tissues. If you’re experiencing symptoms such as poor appetite, bloating, and loose bowel motions, you may be…

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