Cooking is becoming something my toddler is increasingly interested in. It makes dinner times more fun when we can cook together. My little sous chef has a penchant for sweet treats and being loaded with oats, these aren’t the worst thing he can eat. I think I need to look at reducing the sugar content-…
Serves 4 45 minutes to make (30 mins of roasting the veg). While I’m making this soup, we are currently in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak here in the UK. We have been in lockdown for just over 3 weeks. My weekly shopping trip was planned for tomorrow however my husband came home from…
Spring is in the air and this tabbouleh has a bit of twist. I use a blend of quinoa and bulgur wheat cooked in turmeric to give this beautiful golden colour. Great for batch cooking, this can be enjoyed for around 3 days after cooking.
This creation came about after a Fignick (fig + picnic, get it?) at a winery in the Adelaide Hills, Australia!
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Simple and tasty, this warm breakfast will keep you full until lunch (promise!)
15 minutes to make, 8 ingredients and a light, fresh flavour. Perfect for the spring weather.
This curry is great for the keto among you (if you don’t serve it with rice), for depth/complexity of flavour, showing off & colds/flu (it is not shy on the garlic front!)
These kebabs are great comfort food when served with chips or serve in a pita bread with salad for a lighter meal.
Creamy avocado with roasted garlic and plenty of basil. Simple and tasty.