After seeing this Courgette Spaghetti dish on Stanley Tucci’s: Searching for Italy I was inspired to create a weeknight version with a spritz of lemon.
Cabbage, Quinoa and Apple is great as a side dish or a main. It has lots of textures that make it fun to eat. Food can be nutritional and delicious.
Artichoke and Spinach Dip is a warm, chunky and creamy dip that I find very hard to stop eating. It’s wonderful with crackers, tortillas or bread.
Homemade Red Chilli Paste is really easy to make and delicious. It keeps for a couple of months in the fridge and it’s really beautiful to look at. You can play around with the ingredients to find the paste combo you like best.
You can eat this edamame, pomegranate and quinoa salad as a main or as a side dish. It’s packed full of nutrition and tastes incredible.
Roast Onion Purée is a fantastic way to add this delicious flavour to dishes without Henry noticing the texture of onions. It’s so good I use it for grownup dishes. An hour’s worth of flavour in seconds from the fridge.
This beautiful risotto has wonderful textures. The silky rice and leeks with the pop of the peas and edamame. Never scrimp on adding the butter and cheese at the end, it’s not a risotto without them.
I cook with stock every week because it makes everything taste good and is really nutritious. Making your own stock is easy and therapeutic.
Cheesy Leek and Lentil Slice is a really versatile dish. I make it as a side dish for a big Sunday dinner or as the main attraction for a lunch served with salads.
When I’m too tired to cook or too short on time then I rely on pre-made ingredients like gnocchi to make a tasty and nutritious family meal.