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 is so easy to make and such a friggin’ delight. The crispy tofu is soft inside and if you cut into it with a spoon and get some of the broth to slurp up with it it’s just the most delightful bite on the flavour and texture fronts.
Wow. This is a good one. Fudgey and delicious and best eaten warm straight from the pan. It’s also really quick and easy to make with no fancy equipment needed. It’s the kind of dessert you’ll dream about and it’s gluten free if that’s a thing you need!
These are so simple I’m almost embarrassed to post the recipe. Minimal ingredients but maximum flavour and the perfect thing on hot summer days or to grab for a light and yummy dessert.
The flavours and textures in this potato salad make it such a winner and the perfect thing to bring to a picnic or have as a side with any summer dinner. That salmon recipe from yesterday would be great with this! As there’s no mayo it’s fresh and light and the crisp radishes and sweet peas really get to shine through.
I’m all about the simple things at the moment and quick, fresh food that’s easy to make. Actually, I’m always about that. This salmon ticks all the boxes and you can serve it with your favourite green vegetables or potato salad (new recipe coming tomorrow!) or whatever you like.
Why hello there 2018! I’ve let you roll in ind of quietly without making too much of a fuss in this little corner of the internet. None of that new year new me stuff over here. New year, same me is more my vibe. That doesn’t mean I haven’t got lots of exciting plans happening that I can’t ait to share with you all but there’s not going to be any sudden changes to the scheduled programming, that’s for sure. No diets or resolutions. Just good food and happy times. With that in mind this happy belly making dahl is something I’m oh so happy to share with you to bring in the new year.
This flatbread is vegan, gluten free and stupidly easy to make. It’s what I make when I have next to nothing in the cupboards and want a vehicle for toast toppings. without toast. The extra virgin olive oil and chickpea flour works so well together and the finely chopped spring onions add a burst of flavour. Easy, delicious any time of the day food is what I’m about.
It’s stone fruit season and I’m pretty excited about it. Apricots have always been one of my favourite fruits and when they’re good they’re so good. I’ve always known that dried apricots and cheese were good together on a cheese board and I’ve recently discovered that sweet grilled apricots are amazing with salty goats cheese and thyme. it’s actually a dream combination.
My tahini obsession has reached new heights recently and this chicken is the best thing to come out of it. I’ve never used tahini to give sesame flavour to Asian dishes before and I have no idea why because it’s amazing. The marinade coating this chicken is insanely tasty and the chicken gets golden and crispy so it’s a very good time.