Get out your jars, it’s canning time! Ok well not yet – February is probably more traditional – but if you can’t wait to get stuck into some nanna-like chutney-making, this is for you. Psst… it makes excellent christmas presents. My dad would probably fire me if I ever tried to give him anything […]
What do you do when you have a surplus of capsicum but your children don’t like it cooked it meals? Easy. You pulverise it and make it into a delicious Sneaky Veggie Napoli sauce of course! Don’t let those nutritious vegetables go to waste in your pantry. Whip up this tasty sauce in less than […]
Pork Tonkatsu is a Japanese dish. It is traditionally served with shredded cabbage, pickled vegetables, rice and miso soup as a set. I recently visited Japan for the first time in ten years and fell in love with Tonkatsu again. I never fully appreciated cabbage until I experienced it in Japan. It is a side for many dishes there and demonstrates that something as simple as shredded cabbage with a sauce can be a delicious accompaniment. It can be a welcome alternative to green salad.
The Tonkatsu set was also very popular with our children in our travels, mostly because of the deep fried crunchy meat, and the sticky rice. It is a good meal to practise using chopsticks for that reason. Whilst Tonkatsu usually uses pork fillets, it is also just as nice with chicken.
HI there, I’m new around here so thought I’d introduce myself before I launch into teaching you how to trick your children! My name is Kylie and I am a mum of 2 who also educates people on how to use Essential Oils to improve their health and wellbeing, teaches women about their menstrual cycle […]
This is one of my favourite sauces because it is so tasty and you can make it in the time it takes to cook your pasta. It is an excellent one to whip up on a busy work night. We usually serve it with homemade ricotta gnocchi or ravioli. In fact, it is a great meat-free […]
Are you looking to do something a little different with your vegetables? Do you want to entice your children to think more lovingly about cauliflower and broccoli? If you answered ‘yes’ to either of these questions, then this Cheesy Broccoli and Cauliflower recipe is for you. If you have a Thermomix and can whip up […]