Tag: vegetarian

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…

Fried Cauliflower with a Whipped Hummus Dip

This Fried Cauliflower with Whipped Hummus Dip is adapted from a recipe I spotted on Pinterest a week ago and even though I am not a huge fan of deep frying I just could not resist making it. I tweaked the recipe a bit and did not cook the cauliflower before frying. I was worried that it could become a mush and would not have minded at all if the vegetable had a bit of crunch when eating. I also added…

Sumac Roasted Tomatoes and Lentils, Dukkah Crusted Eggs

If there ever was a recipe on this blog that exemplifies comfort food then it’s this bowl of Sumac Roast Tomatoes, Lentils and Dukkah Crusted Eggs. A bowl of simple ingredients with splashes of the exotic that envelopes you with the comfort and warmth of what must be the equivalent of a foodie hug. What made the dish even more special to me on a Saturday afternoon when I was in need of any kind of hug, were the ingredients I…

Thai Broccoli Soup

If you love Thai flavours you will love this Thai Coconut Broccoli Soup. If you love easy dinners within 30 minutes you will love this even more.   After our rather extravagant two weeks in France working on the new book, I am in need of light and fresh meals. Being in Autumn does not make that always first choice but luckily Donna Hay came to the rescue with this divine soup in her latest issue. Not only is it…

It’s the glorious days of late sunsets, unfussy outside dining and chilled crisp wines. This salad is a bowl brimming with summer textures, flavours and colours. The fruit is not overly sweet and combines wonderfully with the crunchy earthiness of the beetroot and almonds and creamy salty feta. I kept the dressing quite acidic to balance with the sweetness of the fruit. Serve the salad with a glass of fruity Flat Roof Manor Pinot Grigio as a perfect accompaniment to…

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