The challenge for me, with this version, was to ditch the typical stale bread. So whilst Ajo Blanco is a typical Andalucian soup, I’ve made it without wheat or gluten.
Stay fuller for longer with this fantastic rich dark curry. Awesome protein, fibre and heart-healthy, cancer-fighting nutrition too!
Save your greens, add some store cupboard ingredients and you’ll have nutritious pesto in seconds!
My vegetarian life would not be complete without a Sunday Nut Roast from time to time.
1 tbsp of sweet or smoked paprika (use hot one if you want an ever bigger kick!)
This loaf is delicious with afternoon tea, is incredibly healthy, moist and comforting, and will satisfy you until dinner. Freezes well.
This Indian soul food is healing, nurturing and for the whole body. I use a plain version for my students of Shankhaprakshalana. Check out this last variation with a slight kick.
This hearty soup will warm the cockles of your heart on a winter’s day but is equally delicious in any season. The inclusion of quinoa gives it a protein balance making it a rounded meal. Serve with fresh salad leaves or spinach drizzled with...
Coming Down with Something? – Make this herbal tea to boost your immunity from typical herbs in your garden.
Then add a handful of freshly chopped coriander and serve. So warming and delicious!
You really can have good cake and eat it! This light, yet moist brownie uses no refined sugar either. It’s super-high in protein and antioxidants. And it’s made with ‘good’ fats. Health and cake in one sentence! Times are changing…
An excellent balance of tastes for spicy, savoury dishes. This is a raw, natural version. It tastes so good. And it’s good for you!