Haloumi Tacos

Yes this is my second haloumi recipe this fortnight, I’d apologise but if you hate haloumi this probably isn’t a long term relationship anyway… Because do you know what’s always delicious? Haloumi.

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5 Grain Free Breakfasts to Get More Veg in Your Day

Ever since doing the Gut Makeover, I’ve been really into keeping my breakfast grain free 5 days a week. This isn’t because there’s anything wrong with grains – I love grains and eat them all the time. It’s more about giving me space in my diet to make sure I’m including a wide variety of other foods, especially fruit and vegetables. This little collection of recipes are my regular go to breakfasts.

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Parmesan and Cracked Pepper Potato Crisps

What’s better than a bowl of home made crisps (aka potato chips) straight from the oven? Nothing! These cheesy herby morsels of goodness are super satisfying if you get a craving for the variety you can buy in bags at the supermarket. Making them yourself means you know they’ve got nothing nasty going on.

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Chipotle Black Bean Nachos With Manchego and Grilled Poblano Peppers

  When the recipe title is basically just the recipe. Whoops, probs got a little too descriptive with that one. But I couldn’t decide what the most important part was because all these things make these nachos delicious and special. Also they’re nachos so by default a pretty great time.

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Miso Butter and Enoki Mushrooms on Sourdough

Not every meal needs to be a  production. Sometimes all I want for lunch or dinner is just some beautiful fresh bread topped with something tasty. And these ‘shrooms are so tasty. It’s ind of like the vegetable and fancy equivalent of vegemite on toast thanks to the  complex miso butter flavour.

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Kale, Broccoli and Lentil Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing

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This salad is salty and sweet, crunchy and soft, filling but light. Basically all the things. It’s the perfect thing to serve with steamed or baked fish or even some grilled chicken. Alternatively soft boil a couple of eggs and keep it vegetarian.

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Cauliflower and Chickpea Baked Eggs

These eggs are so creamy and indulgent tasting but they’re actually full of vegetables, fibre and protein. Baked eggs without the tomato factor make for such a nice change. They’re also a great way of using up any leftover cauliflower you have around.

 

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Roasted Radish, Chickpea and Avocado Salad

If you’ve never roasted a radish you have to try this recipe. It changes their texture and mellows out the flavour a little and they’re so good. Especially with the creamy avocado and the fresh and simple dressing. This salad was made for consuming on warm evenings or afternoons or just scattered over some crunchy sourdough.

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Fried Tempeh, Black Rice And Avocado Bowl With Golden Beet And Edamame Salad

This is a bowl of goodness, just look a all the colours and textures you can see – so perfect! I made it with golden beetroot because I could get my hands on them but any beetroot would work.

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Capsicum, Baby Kale And Fried Caper Linguini

Gimme all the pasta always. And this pasta has so many of my favourite flavours in it in a delicious harmonious mix. The sauce is enriched with olive oil and coats the pasta so that every bite is flavoursome joy. And the fried capers. The fried capers are like salty and sharp bread crumbs make every one of those bites incredible. 

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