Slow-Cooked Beef Goulash

Slow-Cooked Beef Goulash

This rich beef goulash turns a cheaper cut of meat mouth-wateringly tender and flavoursome after a long, low and slow cook in the oven.
Nutty Rainbow Noodles

Nutty Rainbow Noodles

A sweet and tangy nut butter sauce that’s perfect for pouring over grilled meat, fish, vegetables or tempeh, stirring in to fried rice or mixing through these rainbow noodles. While jarred or packet marinades and sauces might be a quick and convenient way to add...

Overnight Oat Waffles

Overnight Oat Waffles

Honestly, these waffles were created quite by accident – I needed to use up some leftover cold porridge – but they turned out so well, they’ve become a regular fixture at our breakfast table. Did I really squeeze a waffle maker in to my tiny little van kitchen? Yep,...

Moroccan Lamb with Pumpkin & Dates

Moroccan Lamb with Pumpkin & Dates

I took myself off to Morocco for 11-days, solo, in 2012. I pretended I was a food writer so I could eat my weight worth of street food an excuse the fat that I would happily enjoy a second and third breakfast, most days. I had such kind and generous drivers who...

Quick Chicken Soup

Quick Chicken Soup

Wondering what to cook for dinner? Nothing beats a good homemade chicken soup, don’t you think? I’m talking the kind you make from scratch with a whole chook and loads of veggies cooked low and slow, then laced with lemon and fresh herbs. The resulting chicken broth...

Seeded Toasted Muesli

Seeded Toasted Muesli

We took this down to the beach to have breakfast on the sand this morning, my Seeded Toasted Muesli - loaded with seeds. nuts (if you wish) oats and coconut, to fill our bowls with plenty of protein, carbohydrates, healthy fats and fibre. Although I prefer to start...

Macadamia & Coconut Fruit Crumble

Macadamia & Coconut Fruit Crumble

Is there anything more comforting on a cool winters evening, than curling up on the lounge, a bowl of warm fruit crumble laced with cream sat cradled in your lap? I have such fond childhood memories of this dish – my parents are English so we’d often spend Christmas...

Lentil Dahl + Potatoes & Peas

Lentil Dahl + Potatoes & Peas

There’s something so deeply comforting about tucking in to a bowl of lentil dahl. It might not be one of the prettiest of dishes but it is one of the most delicious and nourishing meals that features regularly at our family table. It’s been a staple in our house for...

Black Bean & Sesame Chocolate Brownie

Black Bean & Sesame Chocolate Brownie

Black Bean & Sesame Chocolate Brownie. Do I need to say more or is that picture doing all the taking? It’s one of those super-easy “whiz everything together in the food processor” recipes, full of nutrients to support growing bodies at all stages of development -...

Baked Lemon & Herb Chicken

Baked Lemon & Herb Chicken

My Baked Lemon & Herb Chicken is right up there with one of our families favourite meals, because the sauce… oh the sauce!! The original inspiration for this dish must be attributed to Shutterbean, their Lemon Chicken was a recipe introduced to me long ago, but...

No Frills No Bake Muesli Bars

No Frills No Bake Muesli Bars

My No Frills No Bake Muesli Bars were born out the need to have healthy snacks on hand while we travel, and with lack of time, space and an oven. Inspired by Well Nourished, these bars are packed with protein, fibre and healthy fats for filling tummies and sustaining...

Pumpkin, Carrot & Haloumi Bread

Pumpkin, Carrot & Haloumi Bread

Roasted veggies are a staple in my fridge. Whenever I make them for dinner, I make a double batch so we can eat them for various lunch incarnations throughout the week - think tossed through pasta, quinoa, salad or topped with a fried egg - I feel like if I have...

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