It's time for a makeover and transform an everyday coleslaw into a slay slaw with new and fresh flavours of celeriac and tamarind! Whilst the ever-reliable coleslaw is perfect to whip up at a moments notice, take cabbage, carrots and dressing to a whole new level! aniseed flavours of celeriac This recipe combines the slightly… Continue reading Summer Slay Slaw with celeriac and a tangy tamarind dressing
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary the word lasagna comes from Latin meaning chamber pot or cooking pot. Interestingly, it is also thought to be derived from the Greek word, lasana meaning a trivet or stand for a pot. But whatever the language, I'm sure you will agree, lasagna is a truly a sublime and comforting… Continue reading Healthy Eggplant Lasagna, light and super-lush!
A nutritious and delightfully creamy quinoa porridge - without dairy, refined sugars and cereal grains for a light and clean start to the day! This simple recipe, uses the whole grain quinoa, is a great base from which to tweak with your favorite combination of fresh fruit, nuts and seeds. Using pure maple syrup as… Continue reading Rustic quinoa porridge with seasonal fruit and seeds
Talk about a bad reputation! If there is any single food which has been as unfairly labelled as the humble brussel sprout then I'm yet to hear about it. Quite the contrary, this green leafy jewel deserves all the accolades it can get!Brussel sprouts are abundant in nutrients and vitamins across A, B, C and K… Continue reading Roasted Brussel Sprout salad
Look no further, the perfect, easy-to-prepare quinoa salad recipe is here. Absolutely delicious served hot or cold and is a must if you're looking for a nutritious week night meal. Put your own stamp on it by adapting with your choice of vegetable, nuts, dried fruits or herbs which are in abundance, and in season.… Continue reading Rustic Roast Pumpkin and Fluffy Quinoa Salad with Almonds and Currants
In the wake of so many amazing new super foods it can be somewhat challenging to make anything with lentils sound sexy and appealing! However, what this delightful salad lacks in name makes up for with tantalising taste and heartiness. Granted it's not your conventional leaf salad, but just as pleasing and one you'll be… Continue reading Earthly Goodness Organic Lentil Salad with Avocado, Nuts and Seeds
Whip up super yummy, nutritious smoothie bowls and you'll have no problems getting your family up and out in the mornings, including any supermodels! There are so many ways to make a smoothie bowl, essentially it's a standard smoothie with less liquid and lots more fruit. The flavour choices are endless and the only limit… Continue reading Smoothie Bowls worth getting out of bed for!
A Greek family's celebration of Orthodox Easter Sunday would not be complete without succulent and tender roast lamb. With traditional flavors of oregano, thyme and lemons to transform a humble cut of lamb into a culinary delight to enjoy all year round. Christos anesti to all! Best served with potatoes cooked in the lamb juices… Continue reading Greek Roast Lamb perfect for Easter Sunday celebrations
Less is definitely more when it comes to this creamy, roasted cauliflower bake! With a nutrient and vitamin powerhouse like cauliflower, it is perfectly complimented with coconut milk to give the creamy taste - without the guilt! This dish is a real family favorite and one I've been doing the same way for many years… Continue reading Roasted Cauliflower Bake
Scrumptious quinoa cupcakes are perfect if you are looking for a gluten free alternative this Anzac Day. These little beauties are easy to make, look irresistible and taste divine! That's because they are filled with protein-rich quinoa for that grainy taste and packed with all-important fibre and vitamins. Better yet, they are dairy and processed… Continue reading Quinoa Cupcakes with Coconut Cream Frosting