Imagine…..you’ve arrived at your gorgeous villa in Puglia, the sun is shining, you’ve stopped off at a local market heaving with fabulously ripe, fresh local produce and you want to eat like a local.
This is my version of Chicken Ramen, a healthy Pot Noodle, popular at Wagamamas and Noodle Bars. Cook the noodles as instructed on the packet or buy fresh or straight to wok versions.
This is a classic winter warmer recipe, originating in Hungary and heavy on paprika it’s a delicious winter casserole that benefits from long, slow cooking and tastes even better next day.
Purple sprouting broccoli is in season in the Autumn and Winter in England and it’s packed full of vitamins and minerals which are not lost as you don’t cook it in this recipe so you have heaps of raw veg which tastes fantastic
This is a fabulously easy meal that is equally good for a midweek family meal, Sunday lunch or supper for friends.
This makes a delicious family friendly midweek meal. You can start making it the night before or in them morning and allow it to marinade, if you forget just leave it as long as possible
Homemade pasta is really easy to make, you can mix it in a food processor or mixer using a dough hook. ‘OO’ flour gives the best results, if you can’t get hold of this then use a strong plain flour recommended for bread making.
These are not your average boring bean burgers; these are packed with flavour and taste fabulous, serve them with homemade coleslaw and if you don’t have time to make the curry paste then use some from a jar.
This pizza base is made from cauliflower, so it’s low carb and suitable for anyone with a gluten or wheat allergy. It is surprisingly filling and tastes really good, don’t expect a crispy base as it remains soft and easier to eat with a knife and fork than your fingers.
The dressing is delicious with either fresh pesto or a jar of pesto and the extra healthy bit is the matcha green tea powder, I like Tea Pigs.