Category: Spices, Sauces and Marinades

6 Healthy and Tasty Recipes for the New Year

It is January and a closer look at our diets will be top of mind for most of us after the last few weeks of festive and holiday indulgence. I did a compilation of my favourite 6 Healthy and Tasty Recipes for the New Year in January 2016 and it was such a popular post that I had a relook at the heinstirred archives to see how I can update it with 6 new healthy (and tasty of course) recipes. Healthy…

Baked Camembert Focaccia with Honey and Dukkah

Whether we are ready for it or not, we are hurtling into party season. Be it cozy festive dinners inside or lazy day barbecues around the pool I do think this Baked Camembert Focaccia with Honey and Dukkah will fit with any occasion you are preparing for. Crusty freshly baked bread with a round of oozy warm camembert in the middle, drizzled with sweet honey and topped with a sprinkle of sea salt and dukkah makes for an impressive snack to…

Miso Honey Butter Chicken

After last week’s towering Doughtnut Ice Cream Sandwiches extravaganza, I think it is only apt for the next recipe to be on the other end of the scale. This recipe for Miso Honey Butter Chicken from Emily Clifton which I found on Honest Cooking  embodies all that delicious miso savouriness. And since it is super easy and quick to make, it is a keeper as a midweek meal with little fuss but maximum flavour. I have been a bit late to cooking…

Spelt Flatbreads with Spiced Roasted Chickpeas and Cauliflower

This recipe for Spelt Flatbreads with Spiced Roasted Chickpeas and Cauliflower is my contribution to the Faithful to Nature #faithfulfood Organic Recipe Challenge. The brief was to create a seasonal, vegetarian and organic family meal using only fresh organic produce and pantry products from the Faithful to Nature online store. I loved the idea of the challenge so there was no question that I would want to take part and decided that I would want to challenge myself in the process…

Bone Broth Ramen

This Bone Broth Ramen feels like a labour of love. Not a terribly complicated one (like love tends to be but that is a whole other story and post for an entirely different blog!) but it does take more than 24 hours to get to the end result. But the result is a nourishing bowl of goodness which is comforting and slurpily delicious.   I am also aware that I am taking a huge creative license in calling it Ramen…

Cheat's Chicken Biryani

My recipe for Cheat’s Chicken Biryani is purely there to fulfil my cravings for my favourite comfort food with the least possible effort. As excited as I get to taste interesting flavours and food that is foreign to me, there are two dishes I have a habit of always ordering. If it is Indian it is always Biryani. I seem to never be able to choose anything else off the menu. And when it comes to pizza, it is always…

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