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.
I know cauliflower rice is not new at all. I even have a recipe for it on the blog. But this is so much better than that recipe. Because it has broccoli too. And crispy bits. And cashews. And is easier and I’m sorry it took me so long to figure this out. You can thank this whole no grains thing I’m having to do for forcing me to find THE BEST way of making a vegetable based ‘rice type thing’. An here we are…
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.
It’s always a good time for curry and this one is so quick and simple to do. Plus it’s full of flavour like all good curries. And just look at the bright yellow colour!
You all know that cauliflower is one of my favourite vegetables. It’s just so adaptable and tastes so different when cooked in different ways. I have love it since cauliflower cheese was my favourite ever vegetable dish as a kid and I don’t think I will ever get over it. So this week I’ve reworked my favourite chicken Teriyaki bowls… and made them vegetarian because it’s a good idea to eat more plants!
This salad is so pretty and full of flavour. it combines a couple of my favourite things… hummus and cauliflower. I’ve been really into loading roasted cauliflower onto hummus lately and then scooping it all up with some flat bread… or just a fork. But I felt I could make the whole thing look less beige. So now we have this.
Yep. It’s another cauliflower recipe, I just can’t help myself. And another chickpea recipe. Dressing chickpeas with delicious flavoursome dressings is my current thing. They just soak up flavour so well and are super filling so are great in lighter salads like this.
This is one of those meals that tastes luxurious and indulgent. The garlic and chilli prawns are full of flavour and are super comforting with the creamy cauliflower puree.
Cauliflower has got to be the most amazingly versatile vegetable ever. Well one of them, I hate to play favourites. It makes an amazing bechamel, ridiculously creamy soup, a fried chicken substitute, and a great addition to salads. And this time it makes rice.
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).