A spooky savoury snack for Halloween…
Inspired by our wonderful trip to Sardinia, this Italian style salad is full of juicy flavours, textures and holiday memories.
Bringing a bit of colour and warmth to the dark winter days, this African inspired dish is a recipe that I picked up during our recent travels to Kenya. First tasted on the coast, this Swahili dish uses coconut water and simple spices to create a wholesome and tasty meal that can be eaten with or without an ocean view (see photos…)
After a summer of tardy blogging, I’d like to win you over with this quirky and flavoursome Bredie. In this recipe, the kabuki pea (aka marrowfat pea) and green bean join forces in a not-so-typical South African stew (called a Bredie). To my surprise, the dish went down a storm in my family. Plus, I have a confession to make…
Crafted to satisfy my daughter’s obsession with olives, this Butter Bean stew packs a big, Moroccan-flavoured punch. The combination of chunky beans, salty olives, and sweet, juicy tomatoes work wonders in our world.
A recipe developed out of frustration, curiosity and a love of halloumi, these fritters are a great way to use up a supply of kohlrabi in the summer months.
Keen to address a paella omission in my life, I developed this recipe to add to our summer menu. Full of flavour and easy to make (stirring is forbidden!), this vegetarian paella is a lovely addition to the warm sunshine.
These savoury muffins are a great way to sneak some veggies into your children’s snack-time. They are cheesy, incredibly more-ish and kids seem to love them (parents are also partial to a few).
Here is a version of the classic date slice: juicy dates sandwiched between two layers of oaty, buttery crumble but without refined sugar and with added linseed goodness. This slice is a wholesome treat to delight the little people and other dried fruit enthusiasts.
This recipe uses Moroccan style flavours to bring out the sweet, earthiness of beetroot. It is the very same sweetness that means that this dish will probably appeal to your little people. Or, is it actually the potential to paint hands, face and floor with bright red beetroot juice? I dare you to find out (…or just enjoy it all to yourself).