Such a staple when the weather gets cooler – pumpkin and a sharp cheese, the ever-loving spinach that can be used for anything, a crunch from the pumpkin seeds, and a handful of fresh herbs. Nothing better! Print Recipe Roast Pumpkin and Goat Cheese Salad Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Add to […]
This Capsicum and Salami Pizza is the perfect no fuss, quick dinner. It’s also great to use up some vegetables that have been neglected during the week. We seem to always have an abundance of green capsicum so we recently made this version. You can make your own pizza bases (click here for the recipe), […]
Tempura is like the Japanese version of our fish and chips but infinitely better. The batter is so much lighter. Consequently, it won’t leave you with that queasy feeling people often get after eating greasy food. It is not reserved for fish and potatoes either. The Japanese deep fry everything: from green beans, eggplant and […]
With only vegetables, salt and water (ok and some herbs and spices if we’re feeling jaunty), the vegetable stock that flavours all the dishes of our life can just taste like vegetables and salt and water. However, with a bit of tinkering, we can have a rich, deeply-flavoured veggie stock that can hold up to […]
This is such a fantastic idea for when you’re cooking for a crowd – the pan is cleared for your eggs and whatnot, and nothing requires monitoring or flipping – it’s just baked into a molten, golden, garlicky mess of delicious veg. It’s best to add your spinach in batches, as it does take up […]
This is the perfect, quick and easy vegetarian dish after a busy day of work or wrangling children. Cook the pasta while the sauce is simmering and before long you will have a delicious, veggie packed meal that everyone will enjoy. You can use a store-bought pesto sauce or create your own from one of […]
I love cooking pies. To me they are homely and go hand in hand with this cold Melbourne weather. Try these Organic Eggplant & Mushroom Pies today.
Perfect of that little vegetarian in you!
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.