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Stack of butternut, kasha, quinoa & white beans

Inspired from a recipe from vegetarian cookbook “My New Roots”, I really like these towers for different reasons. – They’re a way to have what is essentially a mixed salad presented a different way! This look gets the taste buds all excited : ) – This is a very balanced and nourishing meal with all…

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My best recipes for the summer

This august, every week I am going to round up some of my recipes to give you some inspiration to cook simple, healthy and super tasty food. Today I start with some main meal inspiration. Next week will be my gazpachos (green and red!). Then it will be time for some sweet – but healthy…

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Gluten free quinoa tortillas

My man and me we love Friday night food to be a little carefree – we call it TGIF food.  It usually involves some wine and we may have it with some homemade humus and some crunchy veggie dippers. What follows could be a prawn stir-fry with rice noodles made in minutes, or big slabs…

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Gluten-free vegetables no pastry quiche

A quiche is a perfect weekday dinner solution.  This one is gluten-free and pastry-less, though with its gluten-free flour mix, it is nicely filling – so, I want to say that it is not a flourless flan. Done with veggies of the moment that you fry in a little coconut oil, you just add a…

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Gluten-free onion, courgette & sweet potato tart

A portion of quiche coupled with salad makes for a perfect dinner in my books. I wanted to make it gluten free and for that the best thing is to mix different flours together for best flavour and hold.  Most gluten free pastries are based solely on rice flour but because it has a high…

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Cauliflower mash

Oh, how I love this mash! So happy to have found an alternative to potato mash that my man loves. This one is light and fluffy and is wonderful served as a side to fish or meat or make it into a healthy fish pie. And it’s fast to prepare. The florets (or you can…

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Asian stuffed Napa turkey or vegetarian cabbage rolls

I love these Asian style cabbage rolls are a great twist on stuffed cabbage. They are light and healthy, yet still a filling one pot meal. They are perfect for busy weeknights too as you can prepare rolls ahead of time (without water) and refrigerate until ready for baking. And the veggie version is so…

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Chilled avocado and courgette soup

This chilled avocado and courgette soup is such an easy, quick (takes 10 min) and flavoursome recipe, perfect served chilled in summer. Plus it keeps for about 2 days in the fridge so is ideal made in advance for that friends dinner you are cooking for. You literally just fry some leeks, add everything into…

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Chilled parsley and green pea soup

I’ve just come back from the market with a huge bunch of fresh parsley. On top of doing this great good-for-everything chimichurri sauce, I love it in this soup. Parsley is not just garnish! On top of huge flavour, parsley is one of our great superfoods which helps fight free radicals and reduce inflammation (these…

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