All posts filed under: Easy dinners

Green Caesar Salad + Rosemary Croutons

This is a rockin Ceasar salad recipe! Even though it’s 100% vegan it still has all the moorish flavours and textures that make the classic version so yummy. The tangy dressing is made with a base of natural yoghurt instead of mayonnaise which makes it a lot lighter but still creamy. I use nutritional yeast and dulse flakes in place of parmesan cheese and anchovies. They’re optional but they give the dressing that cheesy salty flavour caesar salads are known for. I highly recommend giving them a go. The rosemary rye croutons add an extra savoury flavour and crunch. Not only does this recipe taste like the real deal it looks beautiful arranged on a platter showing off the green tones of kale, cos lettuce, asparagus and beans. I love eating this as an easy weeknight meal ( it tastes even better for lunch the next day ) but you could also serve it as a side. It’s a great make-ahead salad as you can prep all the ingredients separately and toss them together just …

Jewelled ‘Couscous’ Salad

If you’re looking for your next weeknight dinner, Look no further. This warm ‘couscous’ salad is for you. This isn’t your traditional bland couscous dish, It’s bursting with amazing flavours and ticks all the boxes for a winter meal when you feel like something light but comforting. I have a low-key crush on middle eastern/ Moroccan food. The dishes have the perfect combination of sweet, spicy and savoury notes that are indulgently comfy but never overly heavy. I’ve combined my favourite ingredients from both cuisines to make this simple but tasty salad. The base is made by swapping out traditional couscous for millet. If you haven’t tried millet before you should immediately add it to your rotation of whole grains. It is a tiny gluten-free grain with a slightly nutty flavour & a fluffy texture once cooked, making it the perfect swap for couscous or bulger.  The fluffy millet ‘couscous’ is layered with sweet dried apricots, cubes of spicy, savoury Za’atar roasted eggplant & sweet potato and juicy cherry tomatoes & pomegranate seeds. All the …

Rainbow Veggie Bowls

Hey guys before you get into this post I just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone for checking out the blog so far Its amazing hearing all your lovely feedback. I hope you’re all enjoying the recipes and getting inspired to cook some healthy food. If you want to see a particular recipe comment down below or message me and I can post it on the blog for you! If you’ve been on social media at all over the last year you’ve probably had one of these vibrant bowls pop up in your feed. They are basically a fantastic way to combine a heap of different veggies, greens, fruit, beans & grains to make a complete meal. Veggie bowls are my favourite meal to put together. They are easy to make and a genius way to use up leftovers. This post is less of a recipe and more of guide on how to make the most nourishing veggie bowl. So once you get the main principles down you can create your own bowl of the week. …