Who doesn’t love a bit of Katsu Curry? This healthy version is oven baked and served with a homemade curry sauce.
A fresh summery fish dish, low in fat, packed with vegetables and bursting with herby flavour which is simple and quick to cook. This is made using Nathan’s Organic Veg Box produce.
I have developed this recipe to make use of all the lovely mushrooms I’ve been buying during lockdown. I have been taking delivery of boxes of exotic mushrooms from Smithy Mushrooms and I felt the best way to showcase these, was to make delicious ramen bowls. A delicious and nutritious ramen broth to add joy to your soul and mushrooms to the bowl. This recipe can be vegan, gluten free and dairy free.
A rich and heavenly chocolate brownie recipe which is quick to make and guaranteed to win friends and influence people!
This flavoursome vegetable curry dish is excellent for a Fasting Day meal, as its low in calories but big on taste and texture. It’s also vegan, gluten (use a gluten free stock cube) and dairy free. At just under 220 calories a portion, this is a winning meal you will make over and over again.
Try this easy and quick bean and vegetable chilli recipe using a fresh sauce sachet from The Fresh Sauce Company. Packed full of pulses and vegetables, it’s filling and healthy.
This creamy, peppery pâté is made using smoked mackerel fillets and is super quick and easy to make. It keeps well in the fridge in a jar for a few days and makes an excellent lunch dish for lockdown.
Rich roast vegetables, pesto and couscous combine in a flavoursome yet easy dish which is great as a main or as an accompaniment.
As we are faced with difficult times in providing healthy meals for our families, take a look at this article to help you plan and organise.
A brilliant birthday present found me spending the day in Yuki’s Kitchen where I made gyoza 3 ways, miso aubergine and walnut and broccoli salad.
The revelation that is 'Overnight Oats' seems to have gripped our imaginations, with everyone wanting an inspiring and different recipe. It took a colleague of mine to ask me for an official recipe to realise that the possibilities are endless. So I set about...
An old friend of mine called Noreen used to make something like this many years ago when I visited her in Norwich. She always made it spicy hot and it knocked your socks off if you weren’t careful!! Having found a beautiful Savoy cabbage on my weekly shop, I fancied making something using minced beef and this lovely green vegetable.