Caesar Salad when done well can be an absolute star on the table. This is nothing like the store bought vinegary sauces you’ve seen, its absolutely delicious. Most recipes require you to par boil an egg for the dressing but after multiple attempts, in my option it’s a waste of time. In that sense, this…
Fennel, Orange and Rocket Salad with Honey Glazed Walnuts is one of those recipes that can be tweaked depending on what you have on hand. You don’t need to be too particular with quantities either. Spicy rocket, sweet oranges, the aniseedy flavour of fresh fennel and crunchy of walnuts is a heavenly combination. Aim for…
A good salsa verde elevates a good meal to next-level greatness. If you are like me and buy fresh herbs, use half the bunch then watch the other half go to waste then this method will save you time and dollars. This recipe will ensure you use all of your herbs, none goes to waste…
Fresh, healthy, lettuce cups of goodness. San Choy Bow done right is quite possibly the best thing that will come out of your kitchen. It’s quick, easy and this recipe leaves anything I’ve bought at a restaurant for dead. It’s fresh, healthy, and easily adaptable for the whole family. Yum. You can thank me later.
This dressing recipe happened by default one day when I didnt have the few minutes it takes to make a quick mayonnaise.
This dumpling sauce recipe never disappoints. You’ll mix it up from items in your pantry, drizzle it over your dumplings, add some fresh herbs and feel like a superstar in the kitchen. Yes, please!
Fresh hollandaise sauce is delicious. The addition of lime adds another level of freshness making it perfect to accompany poached eggs, blanched asparagus pan fried snapper or whatever else you fancy.
Asian noodle salad makes an appearance at our Christmas table every year and goes so well with a baked ham or roast poultry. When cabbage is a part of our organics box for the week I make it mid-year too.
This Mexican red cabbage & apple coleslaw is deliciously refreshing accompaniment to Mexican meals or grilled meat. The apple sweetens the coleslaw and olive oil instead of heavy mayonnaise makes it light and fresh.
A simple side of fresh crunchy asparugus accompanied with lime, feta, almonds and olive oil. Simple, light and delicious.
This is my favourite Indonesian dish. I ordered it every day when holidaying in Bali. Fresh veggies and spicy, nutty, full of flavour satay sauce: what’s not to love!
The ultimate crowd pleaser in the warmer months. It’s fresh, full of flavour and a welcome change after winter comfort foods.