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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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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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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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SALAD WITH CRISPY CHICKPEAS + ROASTED JALAPENO DRESSING

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SALAD WITH CRISPY CHICKPEAS + ROASTED JALAPENO DRESSING

Fresh baby kale is so much nicer in salads compared to regular kale. Last time we were in L.A, we saw it everywhere!  I personally haven't seen many places stock it yet, but I'm sure it won't be long till you can get it at your local grocer. So good luck with the hunt, it'll be worth it! And if not, you can replace it with regular kale. I'd give it a quick blanch, just to soften and bring the lovely green colour out in it. As for the sprouts, if you're not a fan just use another kind from the cabbage family. The recipe is from Sprouted Kitchen. Enjoy!

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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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Summery Salmon Salad

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Summery Salmon Salad

Summer is back.....! This colourful salad ticks all the boxes to go with tonights BBQ'ed Salmon. Tomatoes are in season at the moment, and bursting with flavour. Get a bunch of different ones, small and big, green, yellow and red. This recipe has noodles in, but it will be equally delicious mixed with quinoa if you prefer a healthier version. And to top it off we're adding some Sriracha Sauce, a food cupboard staple in this household. Bon Appetite or velbekommen as we say in Denmark! Click here for recipe.

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