Once you make these, it’ll be hard to go back to plain potatoes! They do take a while but they are so worth it (and most of it’s done, out of the way, in the oven) – crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, they pack a flavour punch with the lemon and […]
On the weekends my husband loves to cook up something different in the kitchen and not long ago he stumbled across a one pot chicken recipe on Taste. It was a relatively quick, easy recipe that involved grilled vegetables from a jar and a certain pre-spiced chicken from a a major supermarket. When everyone inevitably wanted that delicious dish again, and it was my turn to make it, I was lacking the exact ingredients and winged my own whole food, butcher and market version. Okay, and I also threw some extra vegetables in because that is my prerogative as a mother. Side note: it’s still an easy and scrumptious dish that everyone will love, and it’s even better for your insides!
I had planned to buy mince to make my lasagna the other week but mummy brain conquered and I forgot to grab some. With a cranky toddler who didn’t want to leave the house I decided I would roll with it, and instead make my usual lasagna but packed with more vegetables than usual. After pureeing the veggie ‘bolognese’ and layering it in the lasagna, my children were none the wiser that it was meatless – and it turned out tasty too, so it was a win all round.
Print Recipe Stuffed Capsicums Mexican Style I seem to have collected a few green capsicums in my fridge this week and thought I’d try something new. This recipe packs a whole lot of veggies into one tasty dish and if your children really balk at the idea of eating the capsicum, you could offer […]