Turmeric rice, broad beans and dill is an Iranian dish in its origin. Baghali polo by name. It’s a favourite of mine and below is my version of it with a lemony twist. Jasmine rice cooked through in stock, flavoured … Continue reading
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Breakfast banana split goes vegan…
Breakfast banana split vegan style. Beyond delicious and oh so pretty 1 banana sliced in two. Oats soaked in almond milk, cinnamon and maca. 1 kiwi sliced 1 scoop of coconut yoghurt mixed with acai powder Pumpkin seeds Desiccated coconut … Continue reading
The pumpkin has landed! A soup to beat all soups
Soupy sort of evening! I do love my soups and it doesn’t get much more seasonal than mr. Pumpkin.
Prep the veg:
Peel, chop/slice a pumpkin, 2 potatoes, 2 or 3 small red onions, 2 cloves of garlic.
(Scoop out seeds from the pumpkin and set aside)
Pop all the veg into a heated and oiled pan and cook off for 5 min
Then into a pot and cover with veg stock until you cover the veg.
Half a can of coconut milk
Pinch of coconut sugar
A scoop of engevitas nutritional yeast flakes.
Boil, reduce and let simmer for up to an hour.
I used my hand blender to blitz into a delicious soup.
For the pumpkin seeds:
Seperate flesh from seeds
Pop the seeds into a pot of salted water. Boil, reduce, simmer for 15 min and drain.
Pop into ziplock bag and sprinkle in spice of choice
I used sumac. Smoked paprika is great too.
Onto a lined tray at 200c for 20 min along with a sprinkle of salt and olive oil.
To pretty up the soup:
I topped it with parsley, chilli flakes, the spinach pesto that is making an appearance all week and the toasted pumpkin seeds.
A big slice of chunky bread (or two) for extra dip-ability!
Winter I’m ready for you. Yum!
If you’re being good this week look away now… The temptation will be too much. Chu chu churro….
If you’re trying to be good this week look away now… I said look away.. Don’t do it to yourself… You won’t be able to resist! I was craving something super bold and super sweet. I pottered around the kitchen … Continue reading
Delectable cinnamon orange hot chocolate with gooey energy balls….
Delectable orange and cinnamon hot chocolate accompanied by the cutest fig, almond and apricot energy balls.
For the hot choc:
Heat a cup and a half soy milk
Add a scoop of raw cacao and a teaspoon of maca from the lovely Iswari Ireland/UK
A tablespoon of coconut sugar
I added two drops of citrus bliss from doTERRA but orange essence or rind will work too.
For the energy balls:
Blend a handful of figs, apricots and almonds.
Add a squeeze of agave
Roll into balls and roll in dessicated coconut.
Simple and sinful…