Mains

Veggie Chipotle Bowl 

Quinoa is one of my favourite superfoods to use as the base of most dishes I make. It’s quick and easy to cook, filling (yet not too heavy), and since it doesn’t have much flavour it can be dressed up to fit any flavour profile. Since I love Mexican food occasionally, this time I decided […]

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Mains, Snacks

Mediterranean Roasted Potatoes

Potatoes are the perfect food for being creative with the spices you use, and it’s definitely my go-to side dish when I’m cooking a feast for family or friends. They’re hard to mess up and everyone seems to love them. This dish is infused with wonderful sweet chilli spices that aren’t too overpowering. The zaatar […]

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Mexican Cauliflower & Avocado Bowl 

So as you decide what to make for lunch today, give this Mexican esque style bowl a try. It’s incredible! It’s also so simple to make you won’t believe it; you’d be done in 20 minutes maximum. It’s great if you want to introduce more veggies and salads into your diet but no compromise on […]

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Chickpea Corn Burgers

This patty is as simple as a burger can get with a only a few cupboard staple ingredients. Throw all the ingredients into a blender and you’ll be done in no time. The beauty of this recipe is it’s super versatile when it comes to cooking method; whether your bake or fry, it’s just as delicious. The […]

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Mains, Snacks

Sweet Potato Wedges

There’s no denying that sweet potato fries or wedges are one of the tastiest ways to eat these “super-foods”, which have been named as one of the ‘World’s Healthiest Food’! A single sweet potato contains 400% of your daily requirement of vitamin A, plus they contain more vitamin C and fibre than white potatoes, and have a […]

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Asian Sesame Asparagus

Asparagus is really one of the best vegetables around, especially when it’s steamed or roasted. This side dish only takes a quick 10 minutes to throw together and it’s wonderful. The asparagus is tossed with a tiny bit of sesame oil mixed with dried garlic powder and himalayan salt. Then to finish it off, toasted […]

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Split Chickpea Stew

Being such a huge lover of chickpeas, this recipe comes with no surprise. I was inspired by the many ancient dishes my mum still makes today; a dish consumed by thousands all over the middle east. Another more common name for this dish is “Keema”, originally made with meat and split chickpeas served on a […]

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