Butternut Squash is incredibly good for you and roasted slowly it creates these sweet and chewy slices.
It’s easy to make your own pumpkin pie in the UK since the large supermarkets started selling tinned pumpkin. This iconic North American dessert is beautifully spiced with a soft texture.
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!
Roasting Beetroots allow the beautiful, delicate flavour of this majestic vegetable to shine through. Just add olive oil, salt and sprigs of rosemary to create a perfect side dish.
We eat rice at least once a week and I make fluffy rice using this method that needs 1 minute of effort and 20 minutes of cooking. Ditch those plastic packets and make better rice using this fool-proof method.
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.