Cauliflower & Quinoa with Lemon

The great thing about this recipe – besides being very easy – is that you can use it as a side and then revamp it as a salad. It also only takes a few ingredients. Ingredients 1 x cauliflower (broken or cut up into small florets) 1 x box of quinoa (I used a quinoa…

Sinfully Pink Beetroot Hummus

I think what I love most about this recipe is the gorgeous , sinfully pink colour. This is a relatively easy recipe and can also be adapted by using pretty much any vegetable instead of the beetroot (e.g. carrots, butternut, pumpkin, etc.). You could even make it as a cheesy Valentine’s Day dish… Ingredients: 5…

Easy Peasy 2-in-1 Vegan Stew/Soup

Yeah, yeah, we all have one – that vegan friend who you’re terrified to invite for dinner lest you accidentally slip them some animal byproduct like tripe. Well fear no more, friend of the vegan! Here’s a super easy vegan stew that is ridiculously good, quick, and sure to impress. Ingredients olive oil 1/2 red…

Ginger Tofu Stirfry With Home-Grown Chard & Egg-Fried Rice

Yummity yum. I always forget how a quick and easy stir fry can be THE best meal – not only because it takes so little time to make, but also because it gives you the opportunity to play with flavours, and it is satisfying and (relatively) healthy. Last night I made a delicious, impromptu ginger…

Leftovers: Waste or Opportunity?

One of my favourite things to do is to revive leftovers. It’s a lot easier if you’re working with something basic, particularly a starch like rice. One of the ways I like to jazz up some rice is to turn it into burrito fixings. Whether it’s Basmati or some long grain wild rice or brown…