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.
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.
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.
My basil plant has been growing again so there was enough to make some basil pesto to spread on buffalo mozzarella. It’s so beautiful and tasty.
Mashed swede is also known as ‘neeps, the traditional accompaniment to Haggis on Burn’s Night. But this sweet and bright side dish is delicious all year round. It’s particularly kid-friendly too.
Knowing how to make a great mash potato is a staple of cooking. You can make so many other great dishes once you get your soft, tasty mash just right.
Raw Brussel Sprouts become this incredible salad with just a few dressing ingredients. I serve it with smoked salmon because they pair beautifully.
These vegetarian stuffing balls are richly flavoured with dates and chestnuts. Sweet and salty they are a wonderful side dish for Christmas Day.
These salty and tender parcels are a beautiful side dish for special occasions. You can assemble them beforehand then roast them for 10 minutes when you’re ready.