These salmon fillets are super easy and full of flavour. I’ve used a 3 herb pesto as it’s my current favourite but you could use whatever your favourite is. They also go perfectly with that potato salad I posted earlier in the week!
There’s nothing better than a quick and easy pesto pasta for dinner. By adding another green vegetable to your pesto you’re able to get more vegetables in this simple and easy meal. Plus pea, basil, lemon and parmesan is yummm.
I love a salad bowl. Clearly. And at this time of the year a grilled chicken salad is what I feel like eating most of the time. This is also delicious with a boiled egg or some haloumi (seared in a non stick pan) instead of the chicken if you’re into a more vegetarian vibe.
I have to share this with you because I’m obsessed with red lentil pasta at the moment. It’s super filling, has great flavour and is a dream with this simple sauce. Even if you’re not gluten free it makes a nice change and is an easy way for adding more protein t vegetarian pasta dishes. It’s just an all round win.
This salad is relatively simple to make so is the perfect thing to prep at the start of the week for a few lunches. With the pesto, mozzarella and caramelised pumpkin the flavours pack a punch and make for a satisfying meal.
This baby packs a flavour punch + is filled with loads of veg to help you get your daily fix. You could make it with any noodles you have on hand and it will work out just fine. I know I’ve posted a few noodle based recipes lately but that’s because they’re so good for this warm weather we’ve been having, a 30 degree spring days (celsius for you international peeps) is crazy for Melbourne, so maybe I’ve gone a little crazy for cold salads too. Just maybe.
This guy packs a lot of punch, both in nutrients and in flavour. It is fantastic added to pasta, pizzas, sandwiches, or with seafood or meat. It’s also good just with some avocado on toast or rice crackers. Seriously yum. I suggest you use a mortar and pestle for the sunflower seeds (or everything if you have a big one) as I find you end up with a better texture overall but I guess it depends on your food processor!