Courgettes with garlic, lemon and mint, rolled up into perfect, crunchy mouthfuls is a salad I keep coming back to time and time again.
Chopped Chicken Salad is a substantial meal full of nutrition and oh so tasty. Use the 4/20 method for the chicken so it’s juicy and soft. The lime brings everything together.
Marrowfat Pea and Bacon Fritters are ridiculously good and so easy to make. They’re gluten free to boot.
Cottage Pie is a British classic that cannot be beaten for comfort on a rainy night. This humble pie has been around for centuries and the love is still strong across the land.
On St David’s Day I’m celebrating my Welsh family with this simple and beautiful dish of Leek and Bacon Cannellini.
The 4/20 method is a brilliant way to cook chicken breasts so that they stay moist and tender. It makes great chicken to use in salads, broths or with steamed veggies.
The brightness of chillies and lemon give your metabolism a boost and make this quick spaghetti dish so delicious.
Miso Paste is brilliant value for money. Keep a jar in the fridge to add instant flavour to Cod for this quick and easy mid-week meal.
A twist on a regular jacket potato is Loaded Sweet Potato Skins. These are fibre superstars filled with family favourites like cheese and bacon. A great weekday meal.
Passion Fruit and Greek Yoghurt is one of my favourite breakfasts for giving my body a boost after indulging in rich foods over the weekend.