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.
Trout is such a beautiful fish cooked simply in butter with a squeeze of lemon juice and a sprinkling of salt.
Lancashire Hotpot is a beautiful and simple dish that turns the cheapest cuts of lamb into something delicate and delicious.
In the 6 years I’ve been managing my depression I have found several foods that make a big difference to my health and I’m sharing them with you.
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!
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.
Pineapple Chicken Wings are sweet and tart and a brilliant mid-week treat. These little gems are baked not fried so there’s little mess and lots of yum.
I cook with stock every week because it makes everything taste good and is really nutritious. Making your own stock is easy and therapeutic.
I always keep some beef brisket aside after slow roasting a joint for Sunday lunch so that I can make this deeply delicious baked pasta dish.
It’s easy to make homemade tortillas and they are simply better than anything you can buy. The kids love using the tortilla press so I get lots of help.