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.
My Mother-in-law’s salsa is spectacular and she’s said I can share it with you. A good chop and a stir then you have amazing salsa to put on tacos and wraps or straight into your face with the help of a few tortilla chips!
You don’t need much leftover chicken meat to make a tasty weekday meal. Chicken and Peppers is full of immune-boosting vitamin C. This easy to make dish is ready in 25 minutes.
Leftover chicken bones are the beginning of a delicious broth. With a few simple veggies you can make a soup that is nourishing and tasty.
Eggs are great at any time of day and this hash is easy to make, packed with mental health boosting nutrition and can be spiced up in a jiffy.
Sausage Casserole is a one-pot family staple that’s full of fibre, 3 B-vitamins and protein which all help our mental and physical brain health. Simple to make with affordable ingredients.
A jacket potato is a nutritional gem that helps maintain your physical and mental health. In uncertain times this familiar comfort food is a must.
This easy dish is a crispy delight to eat whilst doing your body lots of good. A great alternative to a traditional Sunday dinner.