This is a super adaptable recipe, it’s one of my favourite fridge clean out meals and you really can use the basic ‘technique’ and simple flavours to make fried rice out of whatever you have leftover. It’s really simple comfort food at its best! This combination is so tasty though, especially with build your own toppings I like to serve on the side.
I am working normalish hours for a change in the lead up to my holiday, and not from my own home, so it means that I actually have the opportunity to test my work lunch recipes on me me me! This salad is super tasty, and the perfect thing to make for work lunches as it takes very little time – ideal right?
This is such a great dish because you can make the sauce in advance and just heat it up when you’re ready to use it. Roasting the capsicum does take a little extra time but it adds so much flavour so it’s totally worth it. Plus a lot of this recipe can be made in the food processor/blender – yay for basic technology!
My new thing is using curry pastes and a little stock or coconut cream to create the flavour and sauce. It’s so quick and easy and packs a huge flavour punch! You can make your own paste and freeze in portions or keep in the fridge if you plan on using it quickly, or just buy one. So many options to make your life tasty, healthy and easy.
This simple summer salad can be a side or a full meal. I love having it with a couple of soft boiled eggs on top for lunch – so delicious I kind of want to lick the plate. Maybe have, this is a safe private place for my confessions right? It’s really easy to throw together and tastes delicious.
Just like a cup a noodle soup, but delicious and wholesome and not full of nasty things. This is loaded with flavour and light on the dishes you’ll be eating this one on the reg.
This is my second to last post of the year and the final recipe. I wanted it to be something really delicious and stupidly easy. So here you go! 6 ingredients bliss balls that are super lemony and coconut laced and just delicious mouthfuls of joy.
I’m all about less cleaning up, so one pot dishes are my jam. This dish has so much flavour, great textures AND it can all be cooked in one pot. You don’t even need any bowls for prep. Just a chopping board, knife, and a dish to bake it all in. The flavours from the chicken make the lentils and barley so tasty and the apricots add just the right amount of sweetness.
This is my kind of comfort food, it tastes super indulgent but is way richer in nutrients than the regular kind thanks to all the veg hiding in the sauce. Cheesy, crispy, baked goodness.
An easy and tasty salad you can whip up in ten minutes if you have cooked lentils on hand. 30 minutes if you need to cook them first. It’s so good for lunches or as a lazy and nutritious dinner.