Posts Tagged: gluten-free

Cucumber Noodles with Salmon

  I made this over the Summer when I was having fun experimenting in the kitchen to come up with a light lunch alternative to salad. Using a vegetable peeler I created noodles out of a large cucumber and tossed

Cucumber Noodles with Salmon

  I made this over the Summer when I was having fun experimenting in the kitchen to come up with a light lunch alternative to salad. Using a vegetable peeler I created noodles out of a large cucumber and tossed

Simple Sautéed Rainbow Chard

Hands down, rainbow chard has become one of my favourite vegetables… And I think that’s in part because of its sheer prettiness. I mean all those colourful stalks, who wouldn’t want to eat that? I recommend visiting organic shops or

Simple Sautéed Rainbow Chard

Hands down, rainbow chard has become one of my favourite vegetables… And I think that’s in part because of its sheer prettiness. I mean all those colourful stalks, who wouldn’t want to eat that? I recommend visiting organic shops or

Thai Basil Fish

This Thai basil fish is a lovely light dish that packs a serious flavour punch. I chose haddock for this recipe, however any other firm white fish would work with the zingy marinade, as would oily fish such as salmon. Serve

Thai Basil Fish

This Thai basil fish is a lovely light dish that packs a serious flavour punch. I chose haddock for this recipe, however any other firm white fish would work with the zingy marinade, as would oily fish such as salmon. Serve

No-bake Christmas Bites

Hello everyone! I’ve been itching to revisit this blog, and now that I’m on Christmas holidays I have the perfect festive recipe for you all. I love cooking with a bit of a challenge, such as trying to find healthier alternatives

No-bake Christmas Bites

Hello everyone! I’ve been itching to revisit this blog, and now that I’m on Christmas holidays I have the perfect festive recipe for you all. I love cooking with a bit of a challenge, such as trying to find healthier alternatives

Quick Herby Bean Salad

If you’re trying to cut down on the carbs like bread, rice and pasta, but still feel the need for something more satisfying, try swapping your usual starchy side for pulses like this herby white bean salad. This recipe honestly

Quick Herby Bean Salad

If you’re trying to cut down on the carbs like bread, rice and pasta, but still feel the need for something more satisfying, try swapping your usual starchy side for pulses like this herby white bean salad. This recipe honestly

Spiced Prawn Stir-fry with a Simple Vibrant Slaw

I finally bought a food processor, and couldn’t wait to try it out so I came up with this vibrant slaw recipe for you all. Being still cold and wintery in London, I paired it with warming spicy prawns. The

Spiced Prawn Stir-fry with a Simple Vibrant Slaw

I finally bought a food processor, and couldn’t wait to try it out so I came up with this vibrant slaw recipe for you all. Being still cold and wintery in London, I paired it with warming spicy prawns. The

Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Parsley, Pomegranate and Pistachios

Whilst brussel sprouts may not be one of my favourite vegetables, at this time of year I am partial to a roast sprout or two. The poor fellas don’t have a great reputation, but it’s a lot to do with how

Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Parsley, Pomegranate and Pistachios

Whilst brussel sprouts may not be one of my favourite vegetables, at this time of year I am partial to a roast sprout or two. The poor fellas don’t have a great reputation, but it’s a lot to do with how

Slow-cooked Lamb Mince Stew

  Today, British Summertime ended, and so to complement the arrival of Autumn/Winter, I am sharing one of my favourite Winter stew recipes: Slow-cooked Lamb Mince Stew. I am always experimenting with this one, trying out different veggies and different

Slow-cooked Lamb Mince Stew

  Today, British Summertime ended, and so to complement the arrival of Autumn/Winter, I am sharing one of my favourite Winter stew recipes: Slow-cooked Lamb Mince Stew. I am always experimenting with this one, trying out different veggies and different

Chilli-Roasted Broccoli and Avocado Salad with Toasted Seeds

  It’s so wonderful to be writing on the blog again. I have had a rather busy week – moving house, unpacking boxes and preparing my portfolio for a foundation degree, but now that I’m all settled in to my new flat and have secured a

Chilli-Roasted Broccoli and Avocado Salad with Toasted Seeds

  It’s so wonderful to be writing on the blog again. I have had a rather busy week – moving house, unpacking boxes and preparing my portfolio for a foundation degree, but now that I’m all settled in to my new flat and have secured a

Slow cooked Lamb Shanks

  These lamb shanks are perfect to rustle up on a lazy Sunday morning for a family lunch or to serve as a spectacular meal at a dinner party. They are really tender and full of flavour as they are

Slow cooked Lamb Shanks

  These lamb shanks are perfect to rustle up on a lazy Sunday morning for a family lunch or to serve as a spectacular meal at a dinner party. They are really tender and full of flavour as they are

Green Pea Hummus

When I gave up grains, and also found more starchy vegetables such as potatoes and sweet potatoes too sugary and heavy; hummus became a great addition to my meals. If you find just meat/fish with greens/salad not satisfying enough, hummus does the

Green Pea Hummus

When I gave up grains, and also found more starchy vegetables such as potatoes and sweet potatoes too sugary and heavy; hummus became a great addition to my meals. If you find just meat/fish with greens/salad not satisfying enough, hummus does the

Grain-free Porridge

I never really understood what people like about porridge (oatmeal). A vague, gloopy gunk only made enjoyable by its toppings… No thanks. However, I’ve noticed that porridge has become hugely popular on the clean eating/ free-from blogs out there in various different

Grain-free Porridge

I never really understood what people like about porridge (oatmeal). A vague, gloopy gunk only made enjoyable by its toppings… No thanks. However, I’ve noticed that porridge has become hugely popular on the clean eating/ free-from blogs out there in various different

Simple Green soup

Nothing beats a bowl of soup to warm the cockles of your heart on a cold rainy evening. Soup is one of my favourite dishes to make. I find there’s something very therapeutic about making a big pot of soup:

Simple Green soup

Nothing beats a bowl of soup to warm the cockles of your heart on a cold rainy evening. Soup is one of my favourite dishes to make. I find there’s something very therapeutic about making a big pot of soup: