7 minute Asian Chicken Noodle Soup- Quick Eats

Are you searching for a healthy meal for one in under 10 minutes? Do you need a meal that will fill you up and warm you up? Look no further. If you can boil a pot of water you can make this recipe. It is filled with shortcut ingredients, proving fast food doesn’t have to More…

Holy Broccaumole

This little gem of a dish emerged late one Friday evening, when I was faced with the last remaining items from the previous Saturday’s farmers market.  A slightly too ripe avocado and some tired looking broccoli. My friend Jude had told me how she likes to make broccoli mash with avocado stirred through and I’d More…

Raw Carrot Salad with Sesame, Soy and Lime Dressing

Summer’s nearly here. Which means it’s time for some fun salads. Continuing on with the Asian flavours, is this bright and crunchy carrot salad. Traditionally carrot salad is popular in many cultures, the most well know are those from the middle-east. However, this salad is a spin-off from an Asian noodle salad I used to More…

Squeaky-clean Bubble and Squeak

Some recipes I come up with are things that have been simmering in the proverbial pot that is my mind for ages. Others, just take an aside from someone to get the ball rolling. Take for example my cauliflower pancakes inspired by Steph’s cauliflower oatmeal or today’s recipe inspired by Jude saying she was into More…

Blerrrgh-free sprouts for Christmas

My mum always said to try things I didn’t like once a year. For many Christmases this meant trying brussel sprouts. Every year I confirmed my suspicion that they were mushy and bitter and not worth eating. All this changed when, mid-winter, I purchased some sprouts at the farmers market and munched on one raw. More…

Sweet, Fluffy Cauliflower Pancakes

You really can hide vegies ANYWHERE, even in pancakes. Cauliflower is my favourite hidden vegetable because it tastes reasonably neutral and is great in both sweet and savory dishes. It also hasn’t got any sort of colour to it so the kids won’t spot it. Steph, gave me the idea for this one. While she More…

Cauliflower, coconut and apple ‘oatmeal’

Cauliflower has become my new favourite breakfast vegetable. It works so well both sweet and savoury. I had leftover ‘cauliflower mash’ and woke thinking something warming was in order, but that I didn’t need the carbs of quinoa or oats. The creaminess of the cauliflower and coconut paired perfectly with the slight crunch from the More…