This cabbage side dish is so good. The textures of pecan and fine apple slices go beautifully with cabbage. It’s incredibly easy to make and goes brilliantly with roast pork.
Feta roasted with tomatoes, cannellini beans and figs is a simply beautiful autumn dish. I plonk the whole dish in the middle of the table then spread the soft, sweet and salty flavours onto warm bread and crackers.
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!
Tofu and Carrot Noodles is such a versatile dish. It’s a great weeknight meal or serve it as a side dish for 4 people. It’s good hot or cold and it’s simply delicious.
You can’t rush risotto but it’s worth the wait. I make this recipe at the weekends when I can take my time and make the best of the early produce from the garden. It’s as tasty as it is beautiful.
I have had the most wonderful breakthrough in my search for a plant-based burger. You probably already own the one piece of kit necessary to cook a juicy, plant-based burger… a muffin tray.
Beans on toast gets the royal treatment with my ultimate recipe for jazzing up your tinned beans to make something singing with the flavours of the American BBQ scene.
Cheesy Lentil Bites are one of my favourite things to do with tinned lentils. They are crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle. They’re good cold too so I pop some in the picnic basket.
Heart Health Week is a chance to remind ourselves how important it is to look after our hearts. This post is full of tasty ways to get heart-friendly foods into your diet.
Tinned beans are an easy and tasty way to get great protein and fibre into your diet. Butter Beans and Spinach is packed with fibre and iron too so it’s a power dish that tastes great.