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Kung Pao Zucchini (Courgette)

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Kung Pao Zucchini (Courgette)

Once again, it’s has been a long time since I last posted any recipes! Having kids is really f****** time consuming, in case you didn’t already know! Anyway, here’s a little quick dish for inspiration from Feasting At Home. Don’t worry if you haven’t got the exact ingredient, as long as you’ve got: garlic, soy sauce, and vinegar you’re already winning! I also like to add some toasted sesame oil as little extra. Any noodle or spaghetti will do just fine as well. Enjoy!

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DHAL WITH CRISPY SWEET POTATO AND QUICK COCONUT CHUTNEY

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DHAL WITH CRISPY SWEET POTATO AND QUICK COCONUT CHUTNEY

It has been far too long since my last post....yet again! Oh well, c'est la vie!Llast night friends came to ours and cooked for us. What a treat! They made a simple but delicious noodle salad from Anna Jones's new cookbook 'The Modern Cook’s Year' which brought me to todays recipe. I haven't tried this particular recipe but it looks and sounds heavenly, and I love a dhal so it'll be something for the weekend. Enjoy!

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RAW SWEET POTATO SATAY SALAD

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RAW SWEET POTATO SATAY SALAD

Hey y'all, apologies for the lack of posts over the recent months. it's been ages since I last posted a recipe! Where does time go?! Anyways, I hope to be a lot more consistent over the next few months, and bring you some mouthwatering recipes on a more regular basis. Todays recipe is from Top With Cinnamon, Sweet Potato Satay Salad, yum! Taste delicious, and looks amazing! All the colours. You can find the recipe here. Bon appetite! 

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WINTER RAINBOW PANZANELLA

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WINTER RAINBOW PANZANELLA

Eat the rainbow! Today's recipe from My New Roots is one of my favourite food blogs. All the recipes Sarah does is colourful, interesting, super healthy and encourages everyone to experiment with flavours. Go check out the recipe for this deliciously salad, and get cooking! 

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Roasted Cauliflower & Kale Soup

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Roasted Cauliflower & Kale Soup

Hello! Apologies for the absense of recipes the last couple of weeks, there is lots of mouthwatering things to come! Soup season is still going strong, and today's recipe is from Dishing Up The Dirt. Roasted Cauliflower & Kale Soup, seasonal and full of flavour. As always I'd dollop a generous handful on pecorino to finish it off. It goes wonderfully with both cauliflower and kale. Here's the recipe. Bon appetit! 

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Thai Coconut Courgetti Soup

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Thai Coconut Courgetti Soup

The temperatues are dropping, the leafs are falling and it's officially soup season! I am a huge fan of asian flavours, and Thai soup is right up my street. It's fine to use a good quality ready made paste, but always adds extra fishsauce, soy sauce, lime leafs and fresh ginger. Lime leafs really gives it that authentic taste of thai, so don't skip it. Get a big bunch as well, they stay fresh forever in the freezer. This recipe is from Olive Magazine. I often add some shredded chicken as well, finished with a big handful of coriander and some freshly squeezed lime juice. Bon Appetit!

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Asian salad with ginger peanut dressing

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Asian salad with ginger peanut dressing

We're having a few friends around for dinner, one of which doesn't eat any form of pasta, rice or potatoes, so tonight we're having courgetti instead of noodles. I'm also gonna swap out the tofu for some chicken (As always choose high welfare, and organic if you can) The recipe is from Nourish Atelier Enjoy!

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Hummus Hummus Hummus

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Hummus Hummus Hummus

A plate of hummus for dinner on it's own might seem odd to some, but believe me IT IS delicious! The first time I had hummus like this was at Hummus Bros in Soho. I had it with a slow cooked lamb stew,  and just the thought of it makes my mouth water as I'm typing away this very moment. So I would highly recommend trying it out with a hearty lamb stew, cooked with cinnamon and star anise, garnished with a generous handful of coriander and some roasted sesame seeds but any other type of stew or just lots of fresh vegetables will be great as well. The hummus recipe is from Nourish Atelier. Bon appetite! 

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BUTTERNUT SALAD WITH CIDER DRESSING

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BUTTERNUT SALAD WITH CIDER DRESSING

Butternut Squash and Pomegranates are always a great combination, both visually and tastewise. They're both loaded with antioxidants, and falls in the superfood category. This salad is nice and light, and you can either have it on it's own or serve with some delicious roast chicken. A bit of goats cheese will also do just fine here. And if you're short of pistachios, chopped or flaked almonds works just as well. The recipe is from Sprouted Kitchen. Enjoy! 

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SOFT GREEN HERB OMELETTE

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SOFT GREEN HERB OMELETTE

If you're in a bit of rush, omelette is always a good shout. Bish bash bosh, you're ready to go!  This recipe is from Anna Jones behind the cook books A modern Way To Eat & A Modern Way To Cook. Don't be shy of adding your own touch to it, or have a look at her 10 Favourite fillings here. I like to add some smoked or flaked Salmon, and Pecorino cheese to top it off. Always use organic free range eggs if you can, it taste better and it feels better. Bon appetite! 

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EASY VIETNAMESE LETTUCE WRAPS

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EASY VIETNAMESE LETTUCE WRAPS

These little babies are a regular eat in this house. We love 'em! They're super easy to make, and incredibly moorish. There's not much cooking required either, mostly prepping and chopping veg. You can either go all veggie, or have it with some shredded chicken (the happy kind), fresh fish or prawns. The options are endless! Or if you have any leftover meat from your Sunday Roast, perrrfect! And don't forget the Sriracha Sauce! This recipe is from Feasting At home. Enjoy!

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TANGLED SUMMER ROOTS WITH YOGURT GARLIC DRESSING

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TANGLED SUMMER ROOTS WITH YOGURT GARLIC DRESSING

I love all the colours in this super fresh and crunchy salad. Don't be afraid of changing up the veg though if you prefer something else, or even add some more to it. Courgettes would be a perfect addition. Now if you haven't got a fancy spiralizer, fear not! There are other solutions. You can use a peeler, peel it lengthways so you get the ribbon effect (that works well with the carrots & courgettes, not so much for the beets) As for the beets, I'd just go with a good old grater. Today's recipe is from Feasting At Home. Bon appetite! 

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Ahi Tuna Poke Quinoa Bowl

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Ahi Tuna Poke Quinoa Bowl

Easy to make, delicious to eat! Make sure you get some sustainable high quality tuna from your local fishmonger. Another alternative is some nice smoked salmon. I like to add a little ketchup to the dressing as well, just a tablespoon. Give it a try, guarantee you'll love it. And don't be afraid to replace or add more vegs, like sugar snaps, grated carrots, baby corns...etc. I'd recommend to have it with quinoa, it's packed with protein and a long list of healthy benefits. Click here for the recipe. Velbekommen!

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