Cauliflower Fried Rice

Now don’t let this post fool you…I’m not a firm believer that carbs/grains/whatever are the enemy and should never pass the lips, it’s just that sometimes I like to get some extra serves of vegetables into my day and substituting rice with cauliflower is an easy way to up the intake and lighten the load. … Continue reading

Sticky Chicken with Asian Slaw and Sesame Dressing

I added a new gadget to my ever growing stash in the kitchen. I’ve been meaning to buy a mandoline for quite some time. Although my knife work can be quite fast, it’s not what we’d call delicate or fancy so I decided to take let my kitchenware do the talking instead. It’s a revelation! … Continue reading

Fish with Spiced Carrot Mash & Slaw with Roasted Chickpeas

I’m about to pop over to Fiji for a relaxing family holiday…..soak up some sun (and some Mojito’s)…and of course partake in some fresh, local produce. One thing I’m really looking forward to (apart from the mojito’s) is the array of fresh seafood and fish. So before I embark, here is a lovely little fish … Continue reading

San Choy Bow – Veggie packed!

  This little dish packs a lot into it’s servings. Lean protein, fibre, spices and lots & lots of vegetables. It’s great for those trying to drop a few kg’s….nutrient dense & low kJ….it could just be the holy grail of dinners. I usually finely chop a couple of cups of iceberg lettuce and stir … Continue reading

Chicken Meatball Red Curry

As promised, here is recipe number 2 in the chicken meatball collection. This recipe is written as a stand alone, from start to finish, whole kit and caboodle recipe but if you have children and they haven’t quite developed their spicy tastebuds yet, I’ve developed this recipe to go along with the previous Spaghetti & … Continue reading

Quinoa & Spelt Crackers

Impress your guests! Homemade crackers are a sure fire hit at any gathering, they really are quite easy to make and people are always so damned impressed when I serve them. These contain lots of good things to rave about….lovely nutty spelt flour, chia and sesame seeds and quinoa, which is a complete protein and … Continue reading