All your favourite things in one pot with cheese on top! It’s a fun and easy dish to have bubbling away in the oven while you are busy with other things. Serve it as a main with a loaf of crusty bread and a sharp green salad on the side, or use it as a […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
As we struggle to stay warm during the coldest part of the year, this dish is a welcome addition to your meal plan. I was inspired to make a Thai curry after seeing the coriander in The Organic Place bag this week and I’m so glad we did. With one pot for the curry and the rice done in the rice cooker, not only was it a delicious and hearty meal at the end of a frosty day, there also wasn’t too much to clean up once it was all demolished.
We are now well and truly into winter which makes me crave comfort food. There’s nothing like a warming dinner at the end of a frosty day. This recipe is my mum’s beef stew, (she is known as Oma to my kids). There are too many variations to include but this is probably my favourite, and the most palatable to my children.
You can cook this in an hour or two on the stovetop but the best way is to chuck it all in a slow cooker in the morning. Go about your business and bask in the delish smells as they take over your house. Rest in the knowledge that all you have to do in the evening is throw some rice in the rice cooker, throw some pasta into the slow cooker half an hour before you want to eat, or if you’re really feeling energetic, you could whip up some mashed potato.