We’re all guilty of skipping breakfast sometimes because we’re so busy rushing to get everyone off to school and work. With these Easy Breaky Quiches you can have a protein rich, healthy meal ready to go every morning. When you’re doing your bacon and eggs on the weekend, just spend a little longer in the […]
A hearty dish chock-full of vitamins, minerals and YUM! The creamy mash topping is a mix of regular organic white potatoes and organic sweet potatoes, but would be lovely with carrot, parsnip or pumpkin joining the party. Naturally gluten-free, this pie can also be made vegan, and freezes/reheats beautifully. Enjoy! Print Recipe Sweet Potato-Topped Lentil […]
I’d heard rumours about chocolate cake or muffins which had zucchini in them and that the vegetable gave the dough a lovely texture. I decided to give it a go myself by substituting it into an easy chocolate cake recipe. I did a little bit of research first. You are advised to drain the zucchini […]
On our recent trip overseas we visited Malta because my husband has family there and our children wanted to see a piece of their history. We were also very eager to try an authentic pastizzi. In Malta they traditionally have either spinach and ricotta or mushy peas as a filling. Both are equally delicious. In […]
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.
Strawberries are back in season and it is such a popular fruit with kids as well as adults. It’s unfortunate that our Aussie farmers are suffering after recent strawberry tampering. We’ve all seen the recent media coverage of growers having to dump ridiculous amounts of strawberries. How about we support our farmers, still buy strawberries, and […]
When our lives get busy it is easy to fall back on ready made food. Luckily for me we have an amazing local cafe that makes delicious home-style pies and pastries which I often buy and freeze for crazy days. I recently bought the most delicious roast veg and egg pie there as a lunch option for myself and saw that they also sold them in a family size. It was simple to heat up in the oven at the end of a work day and serve with some steamed veg from The Organic Place.
It got me thinking I should try and replicate my own pie to freeze. Whilst there is a lot of cooking time, unless you’re using leftover roast veggies, it was very easy to make. This dish is great for Meat Free Monday or to be portioned out for lunches or even breakfast!
A vegetarian take on a traditional fish pie, this is going to be your new favourite dinner. Summery veg and herbs are simmered in a rich sauce with a hint of cheese, and the whole thing is topped with a savoury buttery mash before making friends in a hot oven. It’s an irresistible combination and […]
It’s pretty hard to beat a savoury stew, but when it’s topped with hot mashed potatoes its nothing but glorious. In fact, the only thing that could make it better is to top the stew with Irish champ mashed potatoes, a cheesy, oniony, potatoey conglomeration of deliciousness. This shepherd’s pie is super easy to make […]