I must say the meals that aren’t planned are always the best. Fridge raid produced this mixed bag and it was mighty. -Pomegranate, basil, green onion and tomato salad -Cauliflower, pear and chilli salad with a satay dressing -Avocado tartare … Continue reading
Nothing brings a smile to my face like a messy summer salad. This one just screams sunshine so I hope by eating this it will magically conjure some up. Rain rain go away…. Melon Courgette ribbons Tomatoes Mixed nuts Cress … Continue reading
Keeping it colourful and raw tonight. Lots of heavier dishes over the week so was craving a rainbow. Rice rolls filled with beetroot, carrot, cucumber, mint, coriander, avocado, scallion dressed with sesame seeds, chilli flakes, squeeze of lime and rice … Continue reading
Oh sunny salads how I love you! This delicious combo is just bursting with flavour and as fresh as fresh can be. 1 cooked beetroot sliced thinly with a mandolin. 1 kohl rabi peeled and put through the spiralizer. If you’re … Continue reading
As salads go this is one of my favourites. Delicate, aesthetically pleasing, refreshing and takes about 5 min to make I had this as my afternoon nibble and it really hit the spot. I call it my little daikon and … Continue reading
Hello polenta ol’ friend how you make me smile… As always a quick and easy dish!
A salad of rocket, sundried tomatoes and my creamy garlic, mint and pea dressing wrapped around a yummy sweet chilli polenta burger filled with pickled beetroot, raw sugar snap peas, a baked portobello mushroom smothered in yummy melted violife cheese and my pepper relish. Salivating…. Polenta: Boil water Add a veg stock cube and a splash of sweet chilli Add polenta Ratio 3:1 water to polenta Bring back to boil. Reduce and stir until it forms a nice thick paste Season to your liking I half filled two metal rings until they set to form my burger bun and hey presto….
Time to eat
Lunch time rainbow salad bursting with goodness to compliment this sunny Tuesday!
This ones a simply one… To begin I simply blended cashews, tomatoes, green pepper, carrots, cucumber and cabbage and dressed them with salt, pepper, lemon and a squeeze of agave.
For the colourful and delicious courgette pasta just grab yourself a potato peeler and make some pretty ribbons.
I seasoned the lot with olive oil, ground kelp, oregano and a little garlic powder and sprinkled a few olives, raisins and goji berries for added yumminess….
Raw, delicious, colourful and easy…