A nutritious meal that the kids will eat ready in less than 15 minutes made with foods you probably have in the cupboard and freezer.
Salmon is a powerhouse of post-natal nutrition. It’s loaded with nutrients that protect and improve brain function. Oh, and this dish has crispy salmon skin and slurpy noodles so it’s amazing!
My love affair with crispy salmon skin continues with this simple and delicious dish. I find it restorative to eat in December to balance out the richer foods I inevitably eat. Broth, crispy skin and soft salmon…. what more could you want?
If you like your parsnips crispy or soft I’ve got a tip for you. However you cook them be sure to take out the woody centre to get a perfect parsnip.
A Christmas Ham is part of a long British tradition so I use the flavours of Britain to flavour this resplendent festive joint.
Carrots are such a versatile and brilliant vegetable. Just because we eat them regularly does not make them ordinary. At Christmas I make these glossy, sweet jewels and they look regal alongside the bird.
This is one of my favourite festive dishes because it tastes as good as it looks. You can’t go wrong with chucking lots of delicious bits on top of something nutritious. Excellent as a lunch or a fantastic side dish to share.
I love finding different ways to eat my favourite festive ingredients. Scallops with Brussels and Dates is a sweet and spicy delight. Scallops always feel like a treat so it’s a great weekend meal to make and eat with a glass of wine.
Amongst the rich and decadent dishes of Christmas I look forward to this lighter dish. So full of flavour and texture it is one of my favourite festive lunches.
Hot Spiced Apple Cider makes the house smell beautiful. I whip up a batch to drink whilst writing Christmas cards. It makes everything feel extra festive.