Allow me to make a case for overcooked beans: they are AMAZING. Sure they go a little more olive-coloured than the snap-steamed bright green that we’re used to (and perhaps reminds us a little of the overcooked veg our nans might serve up when we were kids), but as far as vegetables go, beans can […]
Bring a plate? Bring this! Make in advance – tick! (it tastes better the next day) Can be served cold – tick! or hot – tick! or room temperature – tick! Travels well – tick! Easy, delicious, AND an extra serve of vegetables… on vegetables. Print Recipe Lebanese green beans Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: […]
This is such a simple dish rich with the honest, earthy flavour of the veg, and a tangy, sharp dressing. The obligatory handful of fresh herbs over the top ties it all together for the salad you won’t be able to stop making all summer long. This kind of salad (or even this kind of […]
I’ve always loved a good potato salad. Growing up it was a dish I was introduced to from a friend in my early high school years. It was such a simple dish to make full of tender potatoes, fresh boiled eggs and lots of creamy mayonnaise. It was a side dish enjoyed by us all […]
One time when we were out for dinner on a chilly night we came across a Moroccan slow cooked lamb dish on the menu. It ticked all the boxes: deliciously hearty, easy to eat and paired with an array of flavours and textures. We were keen to try and make a similar version at home […]
This Sweet Potato Curry is the perfect meal to warm your belly and stave off the encroaching Winter germs. The kids will love the sweet flavour and how easy it is to eat. The curry itself can be thrown together in the time it takes the rice to cook – convenient on a night when […]
This Green Bean Risotto is a wonderfully easy meal with the delicious hint of pesto. It is perfect for a meat-free Spring dinner with a side of fresh salad but could also be incorporated with a favourite cut of meat. The method below is for traditional cooking but it doesn’t take long to get it […]
If you are a fan of Japanese flavours, this is a simple way to incorporate them into a healthy dish. Better still, you can tailor the amount of miso and soy sauce you use to suit your family’s tastes. This recipe works best with a wok, and using sushi rice adds to the flavour of the dish.