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Chicken schnitzel and slaw Coleslaw and schnitzel are one of those perfect combinations that never fails. It’s perfect for a midweek dinner, then lunch the next day in a salad or wrap with avocado and more coleslaw. I prefer a thin schnitzel, so I get my local butcher to cut the

Japanese Poke Bowl I love a poke bowl and this Japanese-inspired version has all the textural elements: pickled ginger, carrot, zucchini, shitake mushrooms, avocado and smoked salmon (for a vegan option, substitute the salmon for tofu). It’s a great, warming and nurturing autumn/winter dish. Pickled ginger is a must, and I

Tacos are fun, delicious and a great way to load up on veggies - as many as you can jam into the taco shell/wrap! I've used flathead for this recipe because it's an all-around winner in the flavour and texture departments, which is essential when building

Spring Vegetable Frittata Spring and vegetables go together like, well, peas and carrots! This enlivening frittata delivers a 5+ punch and a dose of good vibes as well - that's what happens when you eat something that's full of goodness and is absolutely delicious. Your food diary will love this one:

Chicken Broth I have so many fond memories of chicken broth from my childhood - we always had a small bowl of broth before dinner in winter, mum said it would make us stronger! Mum's always know best :). I now do the same with my family, once a week I will have

Cauliflower soup Simple, delicious and tasty - this is one of those recipes I make again and again!. I don't use stock in the recipe - the leek, herbs and spices give the soup plenty of flavour.  Lightly toasting the cumin seeds and then crushing them in a mortar and pestle releases

Fish and chips Who's having fish and chips on Good Friday? We are! Yay, I can hear my son saying !!  Fish and chips are really simple to make but it is really important  to get fresh, good quality fish. I started using potato flour to dust the fish, it  is

Spicy Red Lentil Dhal Indian flavors are some of my favorites. Turmeric, ginger, garam marsala, garlic - what's not to love!! With autumn here and the weather becoming a slightly cooler, I have been starting to crave warmer meals. This spicy red lentil dhal is really quick and simple to make. It's

So summery and so simple to prepare, this salad is flavor packed. You will end up with extra of the tomato and almond pesto dressing,  so store it in an airtight container in the fridge, for up to four days and use any leftover dressing drizzled over  Zoodles (zucchini noodles) 

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