This is such a simple dish but so delicious that I had to share the recipe with you. The perfect summer food thanks to the cherry tomatoes and fresh basil – and the fact you won’t need the oven on!
This soup. Just, well it’s everything. If you’ve never used tortillas to thicken your soup you’ve got to do it. It’s genius as it makes it creamier without having to use cream! If a soup can be summery and still hot then this is it. It’s perfect for cities like Melbourne when you’re blessed with summer produce but there’s just as much chance of a cold 6 degree day in December as there is a 34 degree one. The toppings are out of control and the main reason for that summer vibe.
These skewers are easy to throw together and make a delicious weeknight meal. They’re also great on the barbecue or at even cold at a picnic! Which seems super appropriate seeing as it’s Cup day and those are two things that hopefully someone is doing today! But anyway, I love the salty unaminess (making up words again) of them against the cool and refreshing salad.
Despite me posting a curry recipe yesterday and complaining about the lack of Spring weather… it’s getting sunny this weekend and that means it’s time to get pumped about salads.
This salad is so morish and fresh. Full of flavour and textures it’s basically everything a salad should be. The creamy yoghurt based dressing and the crunchy spiced chickpea croutons are winners you’ll be using in all your salad bowls.
These are so fresh and tasty. The perfect thing for a light summer dinner and super perfect for taking to work. If you do that be prepared to sit at your desk dreaming about lunch for a god period of the morning. The fragrant smell of the salad will get you all excited before you even start on the rolling part.
Coconut, lime and passionfruit. Sounds like an excellent cocktail right? Also makes for a delightful chia pudding. This one is a nice change from whatever your usual mix is and it makes you instantly go.. ahh summer!
I’m really into beets and goats cheese at the moment (such as in this tart!), and the mint and beans in this salad mean it’s also fresh and crunchy, making it another delicious summer salad to add to your rotation.