Tag Archives: vegetables

Flavoursome roasted veggies

Roasting vegetables helps to caramelise them and bring out the flavour. Adding herbs, spices, garlic and healthy oils supports the development of colour and texture. Use a variety of in season vegetables. I have used sweet potato, pumpkin, kohl rabi, beetroot and cauliflower. Cut all of the veggies into chunks and place in a baking […]

Colourful vegetable bake!

A delicious and hearty vegetable bake with layers of colour and flavour. Use your favourite root vegetables to create a meal or side dish that is both gluten and dairy free. Ingredients: A range of root vegetables. I used potato, sweet potato and beetroot but also try parsnip, turnip or carrots as examples. One large […]

Nourishing soup

Soup is so warming and most commonly on the Winter menu, but l think it can be included all year round as a lighter meal option. Home made using your lovingly cooked stock or just filtered water as a base, it will provided flavour, nutrition and a calmness to your day as you slowly sip […]

A melody of vegetables

A colourful array of delicious organic vegetables combined to create a wonderful side dish for you to enjoy. Use your imagination when cooking up a baked vegetable dish and be rewarded with flavour, texture and whole food goodness. Buying organic veggies is taking my creativity in the kitchen to a whole new level. I am […]

Baked bean, leak and flaked almond medley

A delicious side dish that is sure to become a favourite. An unusual mix which can be eaten on its own, in an omelette or with a range of other vegetable and meat ingredients.  I am thanking the team at Peninsula Fresh Organics in Baxter for this dish as they are the ones supplying me […]

Chunky Beetroot and Kale puree

Roasted beetroot and kale are combined to create a magnificent dish which will add colour and flavour to your meals. There is a delicious sweetness provided by the beetroot and a powerful selection of ingredients to add nutrition to your meals. The most important aspect of any dish is fresh ingredients. This dish requires fresh […]

Boodles, Spoodles, Zoodles, Swoodles…………

Have you ventured into the world of vegetable noodles yet? If not then you are missing out on this raw and cooked delight. Add texture, flavour and fun to your meals with this Paleo friendly noodle option. The first item you require is a spiralizer which is just a handy kitchen gadget that will turn […]

Crunchy Coleslaw

A healthy coleslaw is so versatile and can be used as a side dish or the centre piece of your meal. You can make it your own by adding in your favourite ingredients as l did here with this carrot based version. The possibilities are endless! A food processor is handy to have but a […]

Lettuce wraps with savoury mince.

An easy and quick meal option that is sure to become a family favourite. Free of gluten, preservatives, colours and flavours, this Paleo high healthy fat meal will definately satisfy. This mince can accommodate a range of vegetables so it can easily be a way to use up left overs that you have in the […]

Chicken Stir fry with Choy Sum and Kohlrabi

A stir fry is such an easy meal to make and this one uses ingredients which are quick to cook and full of flavour while being free of unnatural preservatives and additives. I used coconut amino sauce for the first time in this dish and it has a lovely flavour. It is a healthy alternative […]