Deliciously beefy, smokey and spicy with snapping snap peas, spiralized cucumber and cauliflower rice (I also occasionally serve it with regular rice, though cauliflower is much healthier). This recipe is one of the first recipes I ever made when I bought my spiralizer (I just haven’t got around to posting it yet). Its one of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It’s simple and smokey, inspired by Korean cuisine, that’s filled with chestnut mushrooms, crunchy carrots and sweet onions. A super speedy week night meal for the whole family.The official recipe says pork tenderloin, but I often use pork mince instead since it doesn’t involve any chopping. I usually serve this alone since it’s packed with veg […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A sweet and sour dish that’s full of flavour and never lets you down. Perfect for days when you’re craving a Chinese takeaway or just fancy something quick and delicious. Much healthier than a takeaway and will keep you going much longer, where could you go wrong? Sweet and sour is usually made with pineapple, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Japanese inspired chicken weaved around bamboo skewers with spiralized cucumber, caramelised onions and pine nuts, all on a bed of crisp spinach. It’s another amazing recipe that will impress anyone you make it for, either as a starter, lunch or dinner. If making this recipe for a starter, either half the recipe for 4 people […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I love peanut-butter… but what can you really use it for? I wasn’t ever sure how I could use peanut butter, other than in snacks and smoothies until I came across a peanut butter noodle recipe. I made the recipe but thought it was missing something… MEAT! So I decided to add in some meatballs and not just meatballs, Peanut-butter meatballs, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Tender pork, infused with rosemary and thyme, topped with a sweet and sour glaze. It’s quick and easy to prepare, perfect for a weeknight family dinner or delicious, elegant option for a special night in. This recipe was inspired by the meal I had at this tapas bar, it was pretty much just a maple glaze, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I love coconut rice it’s so universal; it can be served with a variety of dishes; salads, stir fries or curries and different types of cuisine; Indian, Chinese, Thai and I’m sure there’s much more but I haven’t got time to list them all. Coconut Rice is a very simple but delicious side and almost […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
These Spicy Honey Lime Chicken Skewers are sizzling with mouthwatering flavor! Spicy, sweet and tangy, a blend of smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, tomato, honey and fresh lime juice. They are every bit as good as they look… And if you haven’t tried these yet you need to!It has the perfect amount of tang sweetness and spice to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Kung Pao Chicken is probably one of my most favourite Chinese dishes and is traditionally made with chicken, peanuts, vegetables, and chili peppers so I wanted to keep it like that. The sauce is made using; soy sauce, rice vinegar, balsamic vinegar, honey, sesame oil and finally a pinch of chilli flakes.You can enjoy this Kung […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Chicken is probably the most popular meat ever it’s also my favourite. There’s really not much you CAN’T do with chicken breasts; Grill them, bake them, fry them, skewer them and so on. The other night I was craving something spicy and sweet, so I marinated a chicken breast with some honey, lemon juice, and a range […]Continue Reading... No Comments.