This is a killer breakfast that combines so many of my favourite things. Waffles? Tick. Nacho style layering? Tick. Zucchini fritters? Tick. Plus they’re topped with a herby yoghurt sauce, fried eggs and avocado. It doesn’t get much yummier. These waffle breakfast nachos are a fun way to serve breakfast to a group of people, we don’t eat share food at breakfast often enough, I say.
Guys! Remember kung pao chicken? It’s like a Chinese takeaway favourite, and I’ve usually had it with chicken. But you know I’m always trying to find ways to eat less meat (love it, but I wanna eat the veg for my body’s sake and save the world – realistic goals are my thing), and thus there’s no chicken in this. I replaced it with… mushrooms! And yum! And added noodles cos I love them.
These are so good! Golden, crispy, crunchy goodness. They’re kind of begging for an ice cold beer, or some other tasty beverage to go along with them but you can also get all virtuous and have them on top of a nourish bowl situation. I like to think of them as one of two things: sustainable coconut prawns or sustainable sesame fried chicken. Sustainable because they’re not either of those two things. Hilarious (don’t hate me).
Want to know the best part of this post? You can choose any one of these recipes and it can be the only thing you prep for lunch this week. Yep, just one. So clear an hour or two this weekend and get some lunch prep in and you’ll have delicious and healthy food sorted for the week ahead.
I love sushi but in all honestly I never make it at home, I prefer to be a lazy person and just put all the ingredients into a bowl and eat that. Well I’m making my own food so I guess that’s not super lazy…
This lasagne is packed full of vegetables, I’ve literally stuffed in as many as I could. The ragu is made of vegetables, most of the pasta layers are actually vegetables. The bechamel sauce is actually vegetables. All the vegetables. You can feel really high and mighty about this one.
It’s definitely still soup weather and this creamy nutty number is so comforting. Jerusalem artichokes are something that I definitely underuse in my kitchen, especially as they are so rich in flavour. Roasting them before adding to the soup creates so much more flavour.
I’m a big grain bowl fan. I usually make a different combination every second week, using different vegetables and dressings to make the usual seem like something new and shiny. This one is delicious and great for clearing out the pantry when you’ve got little bits of this and that when it comes to grains.
Today’s post is all about quick, healthy meals that you can cook when you just want to get to the part of the night where you relax. Or the part where you get to eat already (hi all you hangry people, I feel you).
These bowls are filled with different vegetables, textures and flavours. Not to mention that perfectly cooked ocean trout. And that coriander yoghurt is my new obsession. I want to eat it with everything! The other day i just spread it on toast, is that weird? Don’t care, it tasted so good!