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.
On St David’s Day I’m celebrating my Welsh family with this simple and beautiful dish of Leek and Bacon Cannellini.
Sunday Dinner doesn’t always have to be meat, potatoes and 2 veg. Roast Chicken with Tomato Chickpeas is so good and served with roasted fennel it’s a lovely alternative to a traditional roast dinner.
This loaded porridge is my go-to breakfast. It’s amazing for my heart and tastes fantastic. I want a long life but I don’t want it to be filled with bland food!
Hasselback Beetroots with Crispy Chickpeas and Roasted Garlic and Lemon Yogurt is delicious by itself or makes a brilliant side dish for roast meats or roasted salmon.
Breakfast for dinner is made extra easy with a Breakfast Tray Bake. One dish with a flavour bomb ingredient and little washing up. A crowd pleaser for all ages.
This is such an easy tart to make and it looks beautiful. It has the comforting squidginess you want from a tart but with lots of texture and freshness too.
My love affair with crispy salmon skin continues with this simple and delicious dish. I find it restorative to eat in December to balance out the richer foods I inevitably eat. Broth, crispy skin and soft salmon…. what more could you want?
This is one of my favourite festive dishes because it tastes as good as it looks. You can’t go wrong with chucking lots of delicious bits on top of something nutritious. Excellent as a lunch or a fantastic side dish to share.
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.