Category: Vegetables

Roasted Butternut Squash Falafel

I absolutely love falafel. Made with chickpeas or lentils (as they make at Nooka in Roeland Street) or a mixture of both. And now I love them made with butternut squash. I have made these Roasted Butternut Squash Falafel on a few occasions now and everyone loves them. I originally saw the beautiful photo of Food and Travel Magazine’s Butternut Squash and Feta Falafel on Pinterest and it immediately when to the top of my “must make for the blog” list…

Tandoori Roasted Carrots

Turmeric is having a moment. And they say it is the next big thing in the food world, all the while I have still not gotten into fermenting yet and that is the current big thing. Recipes with turmeric abound in the food blog world and on Pinterest and we are told of it’s myriad of health benefits. Benefits that does not all seem to have been proven. But forgetting about all that, it is a root that not just…

Zucchini Noodles with Avocado Pesto

A heatwave has been finding its way all across the country and back for what seem to be weeks now so this light, summery and super healthy Zucchini Noodles with Avocado Pesto is a great meal when you just don’t want to spend time in front of a stove cooking. I came across the recipe on Simply Healthy Kitchen when I was searching for something interesting to try after I got myself a vegetable spiral cutter. I loved the mix…

6 Healthy Recipes for the New Year

It is January and healthier eating is top of mind for most of us after the last few festive weeks. I decided to do a compilation of my favourite 6 Healthy Recipes for the New Year. These are recipes I have made numerous times and are definite favourites that deliver on flavour, fuss free and will keep everyone satisfied. The first recipe is the delicious Grilled Haloumi Cous Cous Salad. This summery salad is packed with flavour, texture and a zesty…

Apple and Fennel Coleslaw

This Fennel and Apple Coleslaw is my attempt to move away from those bland vegetable salads drowning in mayonnaise and masking all flavour. And apple and fennel is such a great combination. This crunchy coleslaw is a summery celebration of textures, colour and flavours and is a fantastic accompaniment to a barbecue or outdoor  lunch and dinner. I love the splashes of red in the salad but feel free to play with different types of apples and cabbage for flavour…

Gourmet Stuffed Braai Loaf

All the banters and paleos and gluten frees and carb fiends should look away because this Gourmet Stuff Braai Loaf is fantastic! Freshly baked home made bread stuffed with caramelised onions, roasted tomatoes, some grilled peppers and two cheeses. A winner in my book and perfect for these summer days filled with barbecues and outdoor eating next to the pool that is lying ahead. The original idea when chatting to my friend Conrad was to bake a focaccia, slice it…

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