Fish Goujons With Tartare Sauce | Waitrose

Fish Goujons with Tartare Sauce | Waitrose The lovely people at Waitrose have just shared the first of three videos featuring dishes that I regularly cook for my own family and friends. The others will be shared over the coming few months. I had such fun filming with their delightful crew, whom I was able to rewardContinue reading

Eat In Season: Summer

The second in my new #EatTheSeason series is, of course, Summer: the season of abundance – quite literally. And there is no better time of year to celebrate the rainbow of foods. This collection of new recipes is an absolute celebration of those ingredients: from a fresh and light breakfast of broad beans, feta and eggsContinue reading

Champagne "pimms' by Amelia Freer

This is from #EatInSeason: Summer Inspiration. Best served beautifully chilled, of course, this is a light, eloquent summer cocktail to serve to friends. If you prefer a non-alcoholic version, try sparkling apple or elderflower pressé, both work beautifully. You’l need (makes 6 glasses) Champagne (or Prosecco, if you prefer) ½ cucumber (smaller the better here – if youContinue reading

White Fish, Tomato & Fennel Tray Bake by Amelia Freer

This dish is from my #EatInSeason: Summer Inspiration. This is one of my favourite easy fish dishes for the summer-time; the freshness of the herbs and perfectly ripe juicy tomatoes, results in a wonderful tasty liquor. You can use any sustainable white fish: I’ve used pollack, but try brill, monkfish or sea bream. It’s one of those wonderfulContinue reading

Zucchini, Feta, Hazelnut Salad by Amelia Freer

This dish is from my #EatInSeason: Summer Inspiration. This is an exquisite summer salad. It is refreshing and moreish – bursting with seasonal freshness and contrasting textures. You’ll Need (serves 4) 3 courgettes pinch of salt zest of 1 lemon 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 100g feta, crumbled 100g Rocket 60g toasted hazelnuts, roughly chopped a handful of basilContinue reading

Sharing Steak with Smoky Slaw - Amelia Freer

This dish is from my #EatInSeason: Summer Inspiration. Surely, no summer is complete without a BBQ to celebrate a barmy summer’s day or evening? This sharing steak, with chimichurri salsa and smoky hot slaw, is a winning combo. If you aren’t familiar with Chimichurri, it is a staple of Argentinean cuisine, most often served with steak, but it also works wellContinue reading

Broad Beans, Feta, Herbs, Egg - Amelia Freer

This dish is from my #EatInSeason: Summer Inspiration. This dish is a true celebration of summer. Super fresh, fragrant and surprisingly filling, it makes an ideal breakfast or brunch. Broad beans, for some reason, remain one of the They are from the legume family, so are a great source of vitamins and minerals, plus they pack a good proteinContinue reading

Cucumber and herb gazpacho by Amelia Freer

This dish is from my #EatInSeason: Summer Inspiration. This is a velvety, iced, super refreshing gazpacho soup packed with antioxidants and goodness. It’s perfect to make ahead – just keep it chilled in the fridge and make sure to give it a good stir before serving. You’ll Need (serves 6) 1 large cucumber, peeled and roughly chopped 100g baby spinach 3Continue reading

Avocodo Papaya Salsa by Amelia Freer

This zingy, zesty salsa is delicious with chicken or white fish, but is just as lovely on its own – it tastes so fresh and summery – plus it’s packed full of essential vitamins and antioxidants. You’ll Need (serves 4) 1 ripe papaya (or mango) 1 firm avocado 1/2 a small red onion 1 red chilli,Continue reading

Lemon & Coconut Mouse by Amelia Freer

If you like something a little sweet but appreciate that the processed fat-free yogurts in the supermarket do you no good at all, then try this alternative dessert. Light, fruity and all natural – it’s a mousse to soothe the senses. Perfect for summer entertaining, too. You’ll Need (serves 3-4) 400g tin of coconut milk 3Continue reading

Poached Chicken, Crunchy Vegetables, Herb Dressing by Amelia Freer

I used to be put off by poaching chicken as I feared it was more complicated than my simple fried version. But it’s actually much easier, because while the chicken poaches you can prepare the rest of the food. These days I often poach 3 or 4 chicken breasts at a time, then keep themContinue reading

Super Simple Chicken & Sweet Potato Chips

This is a quick, easy, adaptable and, to me, the epitome of comfort food – it’s great for adults and kids alike, so makes a perfect family meal. It’s a completely no-fail recipe that certainly isn’t my own invention but is absolutely a staple in my home. You’ll Need (serves 2) 1 chicken breast, cut intoContinue reading

Lentil, Hazelnut and Ginger Salad by Amelia Freer

Nourish you body with this welcoming salad complete with a warming ginger dressing. Lentils provide a fabulous source of protein and the beetroot adds that splash of colour I love so much. You’ll Need (serves 2-3) 250g puy lentils, rinsed 625ml filtered water (see tip) 3 cooked (unpickled) beetroot, cut into small cubes 2 spring onions,Continue reading

Amelia Freer's Beef Curry

I love to make this curry in my slow cooker but it works just as well in a casserole. It’s easy to make and feels like a really delicious hearty meal – great for sharing with friends and family. You don’t need to have rice or bread with this as there are lots of vegetables, so it’s actually moreContinue reading

Fish Fingers with Broad Beans

Here’s my take on a British classic. Use any variety of fish that takes your fancy. I wanted to get the perfect crunch – obviously without using gluten, but also without using almond and coconut, which has been so overdone. So I was thrilled that this red lentil-based coating gives the perfect texture to theseContinue reading

Mini Carrot Cakes

If I were going to eat cake, it would always be carrot cake. This is a slightly healthier twist on an old-fashioned version, made in miniature sizes so you don’t overindulge. You’ll Need (makes approx. 20 mini cupcakes) 300g almond flour ½ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 3 teaspoons ground cinnamon 3 teaspoons ground ginger AContinue reading

SIMPLE PRAWN, COCONUT AND AUBERGINE CURRY

Many of us love a curry, and this is my absolute favourite. It’s rich in flavour but won’t leave you in that post-curry slump. I love this because it’s so simple and everything’s made in one pot – perfect to share or enjoy alone, and I don’t think it needs any rice! You’ll Need (ServesContinue reading

Fish Goujons With Tartare Sauce | Waitrose

The lovely people at Waitrose have just shared the first of three videos featuring dishes that I regularly cook for my own family and friends. If you haven’t tried my Fish Goujons with Tartare Sauce yet, I’m here to show you just how easy they are to make. Gluten and dairy free, they have a surprising ingredient that lendsContinue reading

Poached Fish with Spinach by Amelia Freer

I like this one because it’s a one-pan dish – you will need a pan with a lid. You can use a can of tomatoes instead of using passata if you wish. When it comes to buying passata, there are lots of varieties available, some of which have additives, so it’s worth reading the label. AlwaysContinue reading

Recipe Thai Salmon

Recipe taken from my book Cook. Nourish. Glow. This is a fail safe meal for any time of day. Make up lots in advance and eat it whenever you need something tasty, delicious and filling. 1tbsp coconut oil 2 shallots, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped or grated 1 thumb-sized piece of fresh ginger, peeled andContinue reading

Super Green Soup

Recipe taken from my book Cook. Nourish. Glow. This simple soup really is a celebration of all things green. Courgettes, kale and leeks also work well, along with any other greens from the fridge that need using up. The cashew cream pays a lovely trick on your taste buds. You’ll Need (serves 2) 1tbsp olive oil 1Continue reading

Sweet Potato Cakes

Recipe taken from Cook. Nourish. Glow. I love a sweet potato cake. When I came up with this recipe, I was thinking along the lines of potato croquettes, as they are such a comforting food. Sweet potatoes have a great colour and they are more nutritious than potatoes. This recipe is lovely to have asContinue reading

recipe_pissaladiere

Gluten Free Although the weather isn’t always kind to us in Britain, an easy way to evoke the sunnier climes of southern France is through this traditional French recipe. Rather than a classic dough, my version is entirely gluten-free and won’t leave you feeling bloated or lethargic. Light and fresh, it’s delicious served with aContinue reading

Grilled Asparagus with fish

You’ll Need (per person) 1 medium sea bass or sea bream 250-280g half a bunch of chunky British asparagus good olive oil 1 lemon salt and pepper Step-By-Step 1. Pre heat your grill to hot, around 220 and place an oven rack on the highest shelf. Grease a baking try or line with tin foil.Continue reading

Asparagus & Crab Tarts

A grain or gluten free life doesn’t have to mean no pastry. These delicious asparagus tarts require a little effort to make but they are a luxurious lunch or starter with a simple salad. Pastry (makes 6 tarts) 250g almond flour 1/2 tsp fine salt 125g coconut oil, hard not melted 1 egg 5-6 tbspContinue reading

Rhubarb & Mackerel Salad

Recipe taken from my book Cook. Nourish. Glow. (2016) from the Happy Tummy chapter.  Mackerel is one of my favourite fish – rich in healthy fats. This is an excellent fish to introduce into your diet if you haven’t already done so. Many people think of sweet crumble when they think of rhubarb, but here its acidityContinue reading

Wild Salmon Parcels

Recipe taken from my new book Nourish & Glow: The 10-Day Plan (page 170-171). Making fish parcels is such a lovely, easy way to cook fish without the risk of it becoming dry. I make mine by lining the inside of some foil with baking parchment, as I personally don’t like to cook directly on to foilContinue reading

Chicken Drumsticks

Recipe taken from my book Cook. Nourish. Glow. (2016) page 304-305, Everyday Food chapter. This is another recipe I created for for anyone with a  penchant for fried chicken. It’s wonderfully crunchy on the outside, juicy on the inside and full of flavour: exactly what you want from fried chicken. Ingredients (Serves 4) 8 chicken drumsticks coconut oil lemon wedges,Continue reading

Banana Ice Cream

Recipe taken from my new book Nourish & Glow: The 10-Day Plan (page 227). If you are not yet familiar with using bananas to make ‘ice-cream’, you are in for a real treat. Their texture once frozen and blended is like the most delicious, creamy sweet ice-cream you’ve ever tasted. The addition of nut butter here addsContinue reading