So February is quickly coming to an end and that means no more summer soon and no thank you I’m not ready for Autumn quite yet! Yes, I realise March will probably be even warmer than what we’ve had so far but there’s still so many summer things I’d planned to do like more picnics and beach days and I feel like February has been work, work, work and not enough activities.
This recipe is insanely quick and easy to make and just as appropriate for brunch as it is for dessert. The secret to these perfect, flaky cinnamon scented roti is the best kitchen appliance I’ve tried in a long time. It’s an actual AI enabled robot in your kitchen. For real, I’ve had a robot called the Rotimatic cooking with me and it’s my new favourite kitchen appliance.
‘Tis the season to still be obsessed with zucchini. And salads full of delightful green things. This one is such a winner, it’s ful of flavour and texture and is just stupidly easy to throw together. You can have it as a main meal or add your choice of protein. The options are endless I tell you, endless!
Sometimes breakfast is an all day meal. Sometimes pizza is an all day meal. Sometimes breakfast is pizza. Sometime my logical is impeccable. This pizza is loaded with flavour and vegetables and topped off with eggs and avocado for some extra protein and healthy fats to start the day. or end it, depending on how you feel about breakfast.
We’re speeding through February at a frankly alarming rate and I really don’t want summer to come to an end. I love the warm weather and long nights with beautiful light that come with Summer and I’m definitely not anywhere near ready for that to end. So this week I’m going to keep celebrating the warmth with summer appropriate food.
Crispy skinned fish with a citrus salad is such a dream dinner for me This salad is light and fresh and cuts through the richness of the crispy skinned barramundi perfectly.
This super simple smoothie is a must before mangoes get too ridiculously expensive! It’s perfect for breakfast or a as a light dessert on a warm day. The consistency is like soft serve and the flavour is super tropical – yum!
I couldn’t decide what to call this and was going to go with Lo Mein, then realised that through numerous. However it does have those tasty take out vibes and the noodles are coated in this slurpy yummy pork minced laced sauce and it’s served with stir fried bok choy on the side and a soft boiled egg so it’s great if not legit.
This week we’ve got some old favourites mixed in with new recipes that are on high rotation in my house! The warm weather has me loving salad bowls, easy pastas and one pan meals that mean minimal time spent washing up.
This quinoa bowl is so good, I’ve eaten it for breakfast, lunch and dinner – just not in the same day cos that’d probably be a little excessive. The yoghurt sauce with the vegetable studded quinoa, creamy avocado and crispy skinned salmon is such a great combination. The key to this dish is seasoning with lemon, it means you can use less salt and still bring out the flavour of the food.