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!
Slow cooked, mouthwatering pull apart lamb. Hours and hours of slow roasting, but doesn't take you a great deal of time to prepare. I love middle eastern flavours, and I am a big fan of Ottolenghi. The lamb in this recipe would be perfect to go with the sweet potatoes below, or fresh pickled red cabbage. When you get your lamb, get grass-fed and if possible organic. For the animals welfare, our environment and your own health. It is more costly but quality beats quantity any day, not to mention flavour. So try to eat less meat to be able to get better quality, 2 or 3 times a week. Less meat more veg! Click here for the recipe.
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.