Sesame Beef with Spinach - There’s something about the subtle toastiness of sesame oil that works so well with beef.
Cheesey Broccoli - healthy but also cheesey and comforting.
Quick Warm Chicken & Parmesan Salad, perfect quick, healthy mid-week dinner
Succulent Slow Roast Lamb
Red Lentil ‘Risotto’ with all the oozy goodness, protein and fiber packed
Brazil Nut ‘Parmesan’ - clever idea for eating dairy free
Birthday Ice Cream Sandwiches, gluten free ice cream treat
'BLAT’ Salad - Bacon, Lettuce, Avocado, Tomato
Bean Bowl with a Poached Egg
Lamb Shanks with Prunes
Tuna Pesto Pasta - The pesto brings lovely freshness and zesty flavour and the tuna provides subtle protein.
Rice & greens - This is one of those super comforting dishes. The perfect antidote to a weekend of over-indulging.
Cashew & Cauliflower Mash, with the richness of the cashews and coconut milk, deeply satisfying meal in a bowl
Super Quick Tuna ‘Dish’
Ground Beef with Kale - It’s one of those meals that you won’t find featured in any fancy restaurants but it’s super quick, delicious and filling.
Fudgy 5-Ingredient Chocolate Cake, dense, yet light and lovely
Quinoa, Feta & Avocado Salad
10-Minute Massaman Curry - In this version of Massaman Curry we’re quickly cooking steak so we get tender beef in a short while.
Simple Minestrone Soup - the juices from the beans give this soup a dense soupy texture. They also add a rich slow cooked depth of flavour.
Spiced Beef with Chickpeas - Inspired by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstalls’ lamb, chickpeas and spinach dish.
Guilt-free Peanut Butter Cups, made with powdered erythritol instead of sugar
Sarah’s Chocolate & Avocado Mousse - as much as I adore avocado, had never occurred to me to use it in a sweet treat, would not guess there was avocado involved once you taste it!
Black Pepper Chick Pea Curry
5-Spice Chicken Salad - adapted from Nigel Slater The Kitchen Diaries II
Parisian Lentils - inspired by dinner at a fabulous wine bar/restaurant, Au Passage in Paris
Coffee BBQ rub, even if you aren’t a big coffee fan, worth giving this a try on steaks, for peppery & smoky BBQ flavor
Hugh’s Sweet Potato Gratin
‘Paleo’ Banana Bread - super moist and really more at the cake end of the spectrum
Croissant Surprise Cake - a hidden layer of rich dark chocolate! croissants used in a most unusual recipe with a how-to video, most scrumptious!!
Cauliflower ‘couscous’ - Cauliflower has to be one of the most underrated vegetables. Like its cousin broccoli, it’s chocked full of nutrients.
Paleo Bread - if you’re after a hearty bread that’s also healthy then you’re in the right place.
Cumulus spiced eggs - These eggs are a simplified version of a dish served at one of my favourite Melbourne restaurants.
Pea & Pesto soup is a great ‘pantry’ recipe to have up your sleeve. It’s perfect for nights when you need dinner to be on the table in 10 minutes or less.
Rolls royce slaw - includes rolls royce mayo. I prefer my slaw more fresh and crisp than gloopy and dripping in dressing.
Simple fish stew
spiced beef with hummus
Paleo / primal brownies
sweet potato & red curry soup
Ketchup ‘baked’ legumes- The onion, the paprika & the ketchup in these beans combine to make a dish you’d swear had been ‘baking’ for hours.
Tabbouleh salad with lentils is a gluten-free version that not only tastes super fresh, it’s also higher in protein.
Roast butternut pumpkin hummus
Cashew nut sauce can be used pretty much anywhere you’d use hummus. It’s especially good with steamed green veg or with fish.
Homemade coconut yoghurt (no special equipment needed!)
Warm pea & tahini salad
Chickpea kettle soup
An addictive green curry of broccoli soup