Vegan Spicy Black Bean Nachos Since it’s Friday today and apparently National Tortilla Chip Day, I just had to make a recipe using tortilla chips. Obviously it’s not the healthiest thing in the world but it’s ok to have every now and then as a treat. I’ve made it healthier by adding beans (for fibre and slow energy release), avocado …
Beetroot Cashew Cheese Pizza A couple of days ago I posed a video showing you how to make your own homemade cashew cheese – a vegan alternative to regular cheese that’s healthy, quick and easy to make. How to make cashew cheese (5 ingredient recipe) Here’s a simple way to use your homemade cashew cheese, by making these mini …
Do you have a jar of tahini in your cupboard that you bought to make homemade hummus but you’re left with a jar that’s still 3/4 way full and have no idea what to do with it? I’m here to tell you that you can do so much more with tahini than just as an addition to hummus.
I can’t stop making these pea patties. I’ve been so busy the last few weeks that I’m exhausted by dinner time and I just want to whip up something quick and easy. I seem to be making the same things over and over again, but when they taste as good as good as these patties I really don’t mind, and the hubby doesn’t complain either…
How to Make Falafel – quick & easy plant-based chickpea patties that you can enjoy for lunch, dinner or even breakfast!
Jamie Oliver’s Everyday Super Food book review – plus I’m sharing his Spelt Spaghetti, Vine Tomatoes and Baked Ricotta.
White potatoes has such a bad reputation now, along with bread, rice…etc, but I don’t see anything wrong with eating potatoes every now and then as part of a balanced diet. True, sweet potato is better for you as it offers an impressive serving of vitamin A which white potato lacks, but it’s still a good form of carbohydrate to include in your diet.
The sun decided to come out today (yay!) so it’s the perfect opportunity to share this simple watermelon cucumber and mint salad. To me, those three ingredients define summer, especially watermelon! When combined, they make the perfect side salad or snack.
I once ordered a salmon dish when having a catch up with a friend and it was served with a mango salsa. I thought it was so delicious and the flavoures complemented each other so well. I thought the mango was quite a nice alternative to add to salsa. I decided I would soon recreate the dish, this was two years ago! I recently remembered it and suddenly had a strong urge to make it!
I know I’m not alone when I say this – I’m obsessed with avocados! Another thing that I love is bruschetta – the crispy bread it’s served on, the flavours and the simplicity of the idea! I’ve made simple tomato and basil bruschetta many times, then one day it occurred to me, why not add avocado? It made perfect sense.
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