You all know by now that I’m pretty pro the cauliflower. Especially roasted, the texture is the best: tender on the inside, crispy on the outside. Plus, it’s a magnet for other delicious flavours. It’s so good that you can have this salad without the salmon and it’s still DELICIOUS. But the salmon is amazing too! This is basically the perfect warm winter salad.
This weeks meal plans are continuing along that waste less theme. The recipes have cross over ingredients but different flavour profiles and should leave you with enough for lunches if there’s just 2 of you! This is how I cook at home, using ingredients form one recipe to create the rest.
I love meals that you can eat any time of the day, take minimal effort and are relatively cheap to make! This is one of those meals. I’ve had it for lunch, dinner and brunch (so basically breakfast) and it’s perfectly satisfying every time! This also means I’ve sort of posted two brunch recipes this week… everyone loves brunch though right?
This weeks meal plans have arrived and they’re delightful! I’ve included notes on how to cut down on waste by adjusting the recipes, such as using green cabbage for both recipes that call for cabbage this week. I’m all for adapting recipes to suit your needs, and the contents of your fridge.
Yum yum yum! This salad is warm, and comforting and full of flavour. It’s also loaded with vegetables and totally winter appropriate. The crunchy toasted coconut, crispy bits of roast cauliflower and caramelised pumpkin are a killer combo. Especially with miso and sesame paste coating it all. Yes, yes, yes.
This week has been a fun one in the kitchen, with delicious cakes, yummy curries and even more things to come next week. The meal plans this week definitely reflect this as well as my continuous push to wasting less food and using similar ingredients across the week, but don’t worry this doesn’t mean everything will taste the same!
I had to put the word creamy in the title because otherwise this guy just screams HEALTH and I didn’t want to scare everyone off. Plus it is creamy so why wouldn’t I mention that? This curry is delicious! I’m a big fan of tofu these days and this curry comes together pretty quickly with a big punch of flavour.
There’s something meaty about mushrooms in both their texture and flavour that makes them the ideal thing to eat for a vegetarian meal. This recipe is subtle and easy to prepare and produces delicately flavoured mushrooms with that perfect texture.
This week has been full of fun things with some great new recipe son the blog, naturally I’ll be including them in this weeks meal plans! One of them is my favourite thing I’ve made in a long time because it uses one of my favourite ingredients… noodles!
Is there anything more cosy or comforting than a pasta bake? It’s also a super easy way to make a filling vegetarian meal! All you need is some sort of green salad on the side and dinner is sorted.