Tag: garlic

Stir Fried Potato, Aubergine and Peppers (Di San Xian)

Stir Fried Potato, Aubergine and Peppers (Di San Xian)

I first tried Di San Xian (The Three Treasures of the Earth) in Xi’an, China. Find out how you can make it at home by following the recipe below. Accidentally vegan When people think of Chinese food, meat heavy dishes like sweet and sour pork, […]

Huevos Rancheros (Spicy Mexican Eggs)

Huevos Rancheros (Spicy Mexican Eggs)

Huevos Rancheros is one of my favourite brunch dishes. It has all the classic components (like eggs, carbs and avocado) but with tonnes more colour and flavour than most. Get the recipe below. Spicy Mexican Eggs Before we go any further, I’ve got a confession […]

Sesame Crusted Baked Falafel

Sesame Crusted Baked Falafel

Take homemade falafel to the next level with tahini, coriander and a sesame crust. Homemade is best Jon and I definitely have a falafel “problem”. We eat tonnes of the stuff. When our local store stopped selling cheap, giant bags of frozen falafel a year […]

Bombay Potato Wrap

Bombay Potato Wrap

Potatoes have a bad rep, but they are low in fat and full of fibre. Spice them up in this fiery Bombay potato wrap. Carbs on carbs I’ve been working really hard recently on making sure I’m nourishing my body with a good variety of […]

Fiery Roasted Corn Salsa

Fiery Roasted Corn Salsa

This roasted corn salsa really packs a punch. It’s not for the fainthearted but will make a fantastic addition to your Mexican meal.  Last week I posted a recipe for a Cool Mango Salsa. Ever since Jon has lost his tolerance for spice I’ve been […]

Spanish style Shakshuka with green chilli and chorizo

Spanish style Shakshuka with green chilli and chorizo

This Spanish inspired Shakshuka is flavoured with green chillies, chorizo and finished with 2 large eggs. Shakshuka Shakshuka is one of those dishes that has taken over instagram and the blogosphere. That and anything made with avocado is big business in the food industry. The […]

Easy Roasted Tomato Soup

Easy Roasted Tomato Soup

Roasted tomato soup is a simple, easy dish to make. By using the best tomatoes you can take an every day dinner from average to outstanding. Find out more below.  A classic recipe I first shared a recipe for tomato soup back in 2015. I […]

What vegetables can you grow in Autumn and Winter?

What vegetables can you grow in Autumn and Winter?

We’ve survived our first spring and summer with fruits and veggies in abundance but what about the colder darker months of the year? Find out what you can grown throughout Autumn and Winter below. Growing fruits and veggies all year round When I first signed up […]

Beetroot Hummus with tahini

Beetroot Hummus with tahini

This bright pink Beetroot Hummus is a fun and vibrant dip that is full of flavour. Scroll down for the recipe. Growing beetroot For the last 6 months or so, Jon and I have been busy working away on our garden. When we bought our house […]

Classic Homemade Pesto

Classic Homemade Pesto

Forget that bland jar of oily pesto you bought at the store. Read on for my classic homemade pesto recipe! Apparently the key to a successful blog is to find a niche and I can see that’s probably true. You’ll find plenty of blogs sharing […]


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