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Watercress Spring Tart

Watercress, Pea & Asparagus Herb Spring Tart

The wheat alternative crispy crust on this dairy and gluten-free tart provides the perfect ‘vessel’ for piling in wonderful seasonal, green produce. It literally sings spring. Ingredients Serves 6 For the Crust 100g gluten free oats 60g almond flour or ground almonds 60g brown rice flour ½ tsp salt flakes 1 egg yolk 3 tbsp meltedContinue reading

Slow Cooked Lamb

Slow Cooked Leg of Lamb with Creamy Cannellini Beans

If you are looking for inspiration for Easter, look no further as this is a winning lunch to share with family and friends. This is a super way to cook a leg of lamb as the meat will literally fall off the bones when you come to carve it. You’ll notice that I’ve added anchovies  – these will dissolveContinue reading

Crab Cakes

Crab Cakes

Crab comes into season in April here in the UK and partners superbly well with veg also in season, like asparagus, watercress and spring onions. These gluten free crab cakes are my light, delicately tasty take on the American classic. Serve simply with a salad and homemade mayo (so much nicer than the commercially available ones and wellContinue reading

Nut Roast, Amelia Freer

Festive Nut Roast with a Rich Tomato Sauce 

This is a lovely wintery nut roast that is wonderful for a Sunday lunch alternative to the meat roast or just a delicious meal to share with friends. The great thing about it is that you can prepare it all in advance and just pop it in the oven one hour before serving. This is definitely my kind of cooking for a crowd. If thereContinue reading

White Fish, Tomato & Fennel Tray Bake by Amelia Freer

White Fish, Tomato, Fennel & Herb Bake

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

Asparagus & Crab Tarts

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

Chicken Drumsticks

Crispy Chicken Drumsticks with Fragrant Coleslaw

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

Grilled Asparagus with fish

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

Salmon & Ginger Burgers, Amelia Freer

Asian Salmon Burgers

  You’ll Need (Serves 4) 4 salmon fillets about 400g 5 spring onions, white and greens roughly chopped 1 thumb sized piece of ginger, peeled and grated zest of 1 lime small bunch of coriander, chopped, including stalks 1 pinch white pepper 1 tsp fish sauce 1 tbsp olive oil Lime wedges, to serve SaladContinue reading

Turkey Tacos, Amelia Freer

Turkey Meatball Tacos

Taken from ‘Winter Inspiration‘: 6 seasonal dishes that I hope will inspire you to celebrate some of this season’s delights. These meatballs lend themselves perfectly to sharing –  lay all the parts out and encourage people to make up their own tacos. I’ve served these with spicy harissa, but they also work well with hummus,Continue reading

Moussaka, Amelia Freer

Lamb Moussaka

Taken from ‘Winter Inspiration‘: 6 seasonal dishes that I hope will inspire you to celebrate some of this season’s delights. Cooked in households and tavernas all over Greece, this is pure comfort heart-warming family food. My simple version with extra vegetables has a few easy cheats: baking the aubergines instead of frying makes it healthierContinue reading

Beetroot and Parsnip Fritters, Amelia Freer

Beetroot & Parsnip Fritters

Taken from ‘Winter Inspiration‘: 6 seasonal dishes that I hope will inspire you to celebrate some of this season’s delights. Beetroot is abundant at this time of year and one of my go-to root vegetables for many dishes; not only for its sweet, earthy flavour and its vivacious colour, but also because it’s a brilliantlyContinue reading

Butternut ‘Squashetti’ with Sage & Pine Nuts, Amelia Freer

Butternut ‘Squashetti’ with Sage & Pine Nuts

The classic Italian flavour pairing of butternut squash, sage and pine nuts works so well here, without the need for pasta to bring it all together. The squash becomes your ‘pasta’! This makes a super lunch or light supper. You’ll Need (serves 2) extra-virgin olive oil 1 clove garlic, finely chopped large handful fresh sage leaves 1Continue reading

Chicken & Tarragon Casserole, Amelia Freer

Chicken & Tarragon Casserole

This makes me think of my mum – she really rocks a casserole. It’s something I used to be afraid to make, but thank goodness for the slow cooker! It really is a win-win solution. For me, this is pure joy in a bowl, at any time of the year. You’ll Need (serves 4) 1Continue reading

Grilled Sardines and Tomatoes, Amelia Freer

Grilled Sardines & Tomatoes with Crunchy Herb Dressing

Sardines are a fantastically rich source of the omega-3 essential fatty acids, EPA & DHA, as well as a wealth of other nutrients, including vitamin D, which is essential to optimum health. The omega-3 fats are essential for healthy skin, but most Western diets are unfortunately deficient, so making sure that you eat plenty ofContinue reading

Oysters 3-Ways

Oysters 3-Ways

This dish is from #EatInSeason: Autumn Inspiration. Oysters are a nutritional powerhouse of minerals, vitamins and other compounds:  one of the best sources of zinc, as well as providing protein, vitamin D, iron, copper, manganese and selenium and are being rich in anti-oxidants, omega-3 and fatty acids. Eating oysters can boost over-all body function and healthContinue reading

Fragrant Golden Monkfish Curry & Cauliflower Rice 

Fragrant Golden Monkfish Curry & Cauliflower Rice 

This dish is from #EatInSeason: Autumn Inspiration. This is one of my favourite Indian curries to make, and a great dish for a cosy autumn night in. If monkfish is not available, use any sustainable firm white fish, such as haddock, bream, pollock or hake. It looks complicated and labour intensive, but it is actually a ‘throw it all inContinue reading

Chicken & Bean Stew

Chicken, Kale & Bean Stew 

This dish is from #EatInSeason: Autumn Inspiration. This is the kind of hearty autumnal stew that brings me lovingly into the colder seasons – this one pot meal can feed my house for days and the flavours only seem to improve a day or two after its made (if it were ever to last that long!). If you have homemade chicken stock thisContinue reading

Gluten Free Pizzas

Gluten Free Pizzas

This dish is from #EatInSeason: Autumn Inspiration. Getting a good gluten free pizza base is the holy grail for some of us and I think this one is up there, both crispy and flavoursome. It’s a forgiving dough that can be made a day or so ahead of time and left to mature in the fridge, theContinue reading

Summer Vegetable Frittata

Summer Vegetable Frittata

Prep time: 5 mins // Cook time: 8 mins // Serves 4-6 I think every fridge should have some frittata slices in it. Possibly the easiest and swiftest meal to make, it stores well and is just as tasty cold as when straight out of the oven. It works for any meal of the day and IContinue reading

Sharing Steak with Smoky Slaw - Amelia Freer

Sharing Steak with Chimichurri & Smoky Slaw

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

Poached Chicken, Crunchy Vegetables, Herb Dressing by Amelia Freer

Poached Chicken, Crunchy Vegetables & Herb Dressing

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

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

Amelia Freer's Beef Curry

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

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

Minute Steak by Amelia Freer

Minute Steak, Roasted Fennel with Rocket & Caper Dressing

  A lot of people assume that being healthy means that red meat is off the menu. But I’m delighted to say that it’s very much on mine. That said, I am a stickler for ensuring that the meat we eat is of the highest quality and that it is always paired with an abundanceContinue reading


Simple Prawn, Coconut & 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

Poached Fish with Spinach by Amelia Freer

Poached Fish with Spinach in a Chilli-Tomato Sauce

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

Poached Thai Salmon & Pak Choi

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

Sweet Potato Cakes

Sweet Potato Cakes, Tiger Prawns & Ginger-Saffron Yogurt

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


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

Salmon with Broad Bean Salsa

Baked Salmon with Broad Bean Salsa

I love the combination of zesty salsas on fish. Here, sweet young broad beans work so well with the simple flavours of herbs and lemon to create a perfect plate for warmer days. You’ll Need (serves 2) 2 fillets of organic salmon coconut or avocado oil, for rubbing 200g of podded broad beans (weight withContinue reading

Wild Salmon Parcels

Wild Salmon Parcels with Asian-Style Salad

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

Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed Peppers with Chilli (v)

Recipe taken from my new book Nourish & Glow: The 10-Day Plan (page 262). This hearty and warming vegan chilli filling is a great recipe to have up your sleeve for those nights when you need a warming, healthy meal. It works well as a stand-alone dish too – just load up a bowl and add aContinue reading

Spiced Mackerel

Smokey Devilled Mackerel

This recipe accompanies my article on Oily Fish which features in my What’s the Evidence? series. You’ll Need (Serves 2) 2 whole mackerel 240 – 260g, gutted and cleaned For the spice rub 1 tbsp coconut or light olive oil 1 tsp cayenne or chilli powder 1 tsp hot paprika 2 tsp English mustard ½ tsp ground gingerContinue reading

Baked Trout

Baked Trout

This recipe accompanies my article on Oily Fish which features in my What’s the Evidence? series. You’ll Need (Serves 2) 1 medium trout 450g, gutted and cleaned 1 medium sweet potato, peeled and sliced 3 medium tomatoes, sliced 1 lemon, sliced 2 medium red onion, sliced 5 sprigs of fresh thyme 2 clove garlic, grated or crushed oliveContinue reading

Greek Steamed Greens

Horta (Greek Steamed Greens)

This recipe accompanies my article Detox: Fact or fiction? which features in my What’s the Evidence? series. In Greece the dish ‘horta’ is simply cooked wild greens seasoned with lemon juice and olive oil, usually eaten cold as a side dish. It works wonderfully with the produce we find at the greengrocers too, so do use what is inContinue reading

Trout & Salsa Verde

Steamed Trout, Salsa Verde & Courgetti

This recipe accompanies my article Detox: Fact or fiction? which features in my What’s the Evidence? series. You’ll Need (Serves 2) 2 trout fillets, about 200g – 250g 2 courgettes, spiralized Brazil nut salsa verde 8 brazil nuts, roughly chopped 1 ½ tbsp capers, rinsed and drained 1 small garlic clove, crushed 10g mint, finely chopped 20g basil,Continue reading

Turkey Quiche

Turkey, Carrot & Parsnip Quiche

Recipe taken from Healthy Christmas Leftovers This alternative oat and potato crust which I’ve used for this festive quiche maybe unusual, but its flavour and texture lend a brilliant twist. I have used leftover carrots and parsnips here, but swap in other veg such as Brussel sprouts, leeks, or squash – whatever you have to hand to boost goodnessContinue reading

Festive Red Cabbage

Braised Red Cabbage with Apple & Pecan

Here is a long-time festive favourite of mine – honestly, I could eat it any day of the year – it’s super simple to cook and authentically festive and delicious. This would make a brilliant rainbow addition to your Christmas lunch or any other meal this December. And best of all, it can be preparedContinue reading

Quinoa Nut Roast

Festive Quinoa Nut Roast with Cranberries

I had never made a nut roast before but, ‘oh my’, I am delighted with this one. I don’t often eat quinoa but I know so many of you love it and it works perfectly here, together with the pistachios, hazelnuts, cranberries and butternut squash. It does take a little prep, but it’s worth it. Plus, it oozesContinue reading

Cashew Cheese Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts Cashew Cheese

You’ll Need (Serves 4 – 6 as a side dish) 450g brussels sprouts 180g cashew nuts soaked for 3 hours & drained 400ml water I garlic clove Juice of half a lemon Grating of nutmeg 1 tbsp nutritional yeast Step-by-Step Preheat oven to 200/180 fan. Blanch or steam the sprouts for 3 minutes, drain andContinue reading

Squash, Mushroom, Chard Lasagna

Squash, Mushroom & Swiss Chard ‘Lasagne’

This recipe is taken from Healthy Comfort Dishes. I have always found both the preparation and eating of a bubbling tray of lasagna a comforting activity. There is something about all those different stages of preparation and their tantalizing smells as I potter about the kitchen, carefully stacking layer upon layer. If I have timeContinue reading

Simple Ratatouille

Simple Ratatouille

This recipe is taken from Healthy Comfort Dishes. Ratatouille is not just for high summer. In fact, I almost prefer it as the weather starts to turn a little more blustery, as the flavours bring warmer day memories flooding right back. It is also a great Sunday ‘cook-up’ dish to prepare in advance for theContinue reading

Slow Cooked Mexican Beef

Slow Cooked Mexican Beef

This recipe is taken from Healthy Comfort Dishes. The slow cooker is the busy person’s best friend at this time of year. It only takes me a few minutes to get this in the pot, where I can then just leave it to do it’s magic, before coming back at the end of the dayContinue reading

Puy Lentil Stew

Puy Lentil Stew

This recipe is taken from Healthy Comfort Dishes. I think a few of us have been put off the idea of lentils, considering them to be a bit boring and bland. I beg to differ for they are, in fact, hugely versatile and healthy – best of all, they are the perfect base for soaking up delicious, seasonal flavours. ThisContinue reading

Spicy Meatballs

Spicy Meatballs in Sauce on ‘Squashetti’

This recipe is taken from Healthy Comfort Dishes. Autumn Yumminess: These spiced meatballs in a fragrant sauce really warm you up from the inside as the days draw in. It’s also a great dish for sharing (especially with children, if you leave out the chilli). I like to make my ‘spaghetti’ using squash, as there areContinue reading

Beetroot & Squash Salad with a Hazelnut Dressing

Beetroot & Squash Salad with a Hazelnut Dressing

You’ll Need (Serves 2) ½ a squash, cut into half-moon slices a little coconut oil 3-4 medium beetroot scrubbed and cut into wedges 70 g feta, crumbled 50g rocket or salad leaves For the hazelnut dressing handful (50g) of toasted hazlenuts small bunch (20g) parsley, finely chopped zest of 1 lemon juice of ½ aContinue reading

Tuna on Courgetti

Tuna on Sprialized Courgetti

I used to love tuna pasta salad and spaghetti with tuna and tomato was a regular meal for me years ago. This is a much lighter, healthier and tastier version. As well as courgettes, you could also use squash or other vegetables paired with favourite sauces. This recipe works just as well with smoked mackerel, poached salmon or chicken. You’llContinue reading

Asian Chicken Pot Noodle

Asian Chicken Pot Noodle

This is a fun way to make a healthier version of the often not-so-healthy pot noodle. These are great to take with you on trips or when you need to have a quick, portable lunch, so long as you can get access to some hot water to add. It’s a wonderfully healthy and quick way to enjoy aContinue reading

Vegetable Quiches

Vegetable Soufflé with Parsley, Sage & Rosemary

This is a fun way to use your spiralized vegetables; I think they look so pretty this way and help to keep the soufflé light and fluffy. Don’t be put off by the name ‘soufflé’ as this is just my simplified version and much easier to make. These are great to serve at breakfast, or they workContinue reading

Lamb & Cauliflower bugers

Cauliflower Steaks & Beef Burgers

This is an easy way to make a handsome burger base out of cauliflower. They are great with these beef burgers but if that’s not your thing try my Green Burgers (Cook. Nourish. Glow. page 306-7), or simply have on its own with your favourite salad. You’ll Need (Serves 4) For the Cauliflower Steak 3Continue reading

Z'atar Lamb & Cauliflower

Spiced ‘Z’atar’ Lamb & Cauliflower Bowl

This is my take on a traditional Middle Eastern dish, usually served on hummus but cauliflower blended with tahini makes the perfect rich creamy base for this spiced Z’atar lamb. Serve on one large sharing platter, or in individual shallow bowls. I top mine with a chopped salsa for freshness, but this works equally wellContinue reading

Prawn, Sesame, Ginger Gyoza

Prawn, Sesame & Ginger ‘Gyoza’ in Cabbage Wrapper

You’ll Need (makes 12-15 rolls) 1 Chinese Leaf, Savoy or pointed cabbage. 150g turkey mince 150g raw fresh tiger prawns, diced 2 spring onions, finely sliced 2cm of ginger peeled & grated 2 tbsp chives, finely chopped 1 tbsp sesame oil 1 tsp coconut amino pinch of chilli flakes (optional) ½ tsp salt ¼ tspContinue reading

Indian Coconut Cabbage

Indian Coconut Cabbage

You’ll Need (Serves 2-3) 1-2 tbsp coconut oil 1 tsp mustard seeds ½ tsp cumin seeds ½ tsp coriander seeds ¼ tsp tumeric 1 pointed spring or Savoy cabbage, core removed & sliced 1 red chilli, thinly sliced 3 tbsp desiccated coconut juice of 1 lime Step-by-Step Heat the oil in a large frying pan orContinue reading

St Valentine Oysters

St Valentine’s Oysters (Pomegranate Mignonette)

In honour of the oyster, here is a little St Valentine inspired recipe: Ensure you buy the freshest oysters you can find (native oysters – those grown locally to our shores here in the UK – are by far the tastiest and we should all do our bit to support small fisheries). The shell should be firmly closed,Continue reading

Spiced Prawns with Spinach & Cocount

Spiced Prawns with Spinach & Coconut

I love prawns because they’re so versatile and quick to cook. This is a really simple meal that you can rustle up in minutes. But, as is always key with any quick meal, don’t skimp on the flavour. Here I’ve given you a lovely mix of spices that will satisfy your taste buds. Ingredients (Serves 2) 300gContinue reading

Kale & Almond Pesto

Kale & Almond Pesto

The traditional ingredients for a pesto recipe (originally from northern Italy) are basil, Parmesan cheese, pine nuts, garlic, lemon and olive oil, which are mixed together either using a pestle and mortar or a blender until you get a smooth, slightly ‘bitty’ texture. To keep my pesto dairy-free I leave out the Parmesan, and I replace the pine nutsContinue reading

Individual Fish Pies

Individual Fish Pies

Many people might not expect to find fish pie in the Happy Tummy section of my book Cook. Nourish. Glow. While I admit it’s not as rich as the cream-and-cheese-laden standard fish pie, this is by no means a poor man’s version. This is a satisfying, hearty dish that abides by all of the low-FODMAP rules. Ingredients (Serves 4)1Continue reading

Turkey & Pumpkin Chilli (perfect comfort food)

This is a wonderful, autumnal dish – perfect comfort food for these darker, colder evening. I first tried a version of this dish on a trip to the US and it has become a firm favourite in my household ever since. It’s perfect for making in large batches and freezing into smaller portions to defrostContinue reading

Turmeric Socca

Turmeric Socca with Cucumber, Pepper & Tahini Salad

Turmeric Socca with Cucumber, Pepper & Tahini Salad Serves 4 // Prep 30 mins // Total time 45 mins   Get ahead You can make the socca up to 2 days ahead, cool and store in an airtight container (but they are best eaten warm). Make the salad a few hours ahead; dress just before serving. YouContinue reading

Veggie balls with ‘courgetti’

Veggie balls with ‘courgetti’ and tomato and basil sauce

I was delighted to have been given the Guest Chef spot for Sainsbury’s last June for which I created 13 new recipes. This recipe is a great substitute for a pasta or rice dish – the spaghetti here is made with courgettes using a spiralizer – one of my favourite kitchen aids. Serves 4 // Prep 40 minsContinue reading

Broad Beans

Avocado, Broad Bean & Radish Seed on Toast

Eat in Season – celebrating July’s seasonal veg. This is super quick to put together but it is brilliantly filling, colourful and yummy! mashed avocado, peas, broad beans, fresh mint, spring onions & sprinkled with radish seed sprouts Serve on toasted bread (I used toasted Millet bread by Biona which I spread with olive oil), optional: add flakesContinue reading

Lamb Burger

Lamb Burgers in a Lettuce or Portabello Bun

Prep time: 10 mins // Cooking time: 10 mins // Serves 4 When I first started to eat more healthily, I was under the assumption that comfort food such as a burger was out for good. But that’s just not the case. All burgers are not created equally and if you can get your head aroundContinue reading

Salmon Kebab

Salmon & Fennel Kebabs

These kebabs are super simple and full of colour – delicious on their own or with a fresh green salad. They make they make an ideal healthy barbecue option and would works just as well with prawns, chicken or any fish. Ingredients // Serves 2-4: 2 wild salmon fillets (or fish of choice) 1 fennel bulb 1 lemon, washedContinue reading

Hake in a Bag

Simple Hake in a Bag with Zucchini Ribbons

Brilliantly fresh and packed full of colourful goodness, this is a no-fuss, super easy dish – best of all, there’s barely any washing up!  Ingredients: 2 fillets of hake spinach yellow or green courgette / zucchini ribbons (made with a spiralizer) spring onions chilli basil parsley lime olive oil lemon juice salt & pepper Method: Wrap itContinue reading

Creamy Crab

Creamy Crab ‘Linguine’

This is a brilliant (and far more delicious) alternative to pasta. The courgette/zucchini linguine is made using a spiralizer, but you can easily substitute this with a vegetable peeler. It’s perfect for spring as we start to crave lighter, fresher meals. I love this recipe and serve it often to friends as a light lunch or supper. Serves 2 (generously)Continue reading

Fish & Spinach Curry

Fish and spinach curry with cauliflower ‘rice’ and pistachios

So many of you have been asking for more recipes from me for a while now – I have heard you loud and clear! I’m delighted to have been given the Guest Chef spot for Sainsbury’s this month, so I’m ever-so-happy to be able to share 13 brand new recipes with you in the June edition ofContinue reading

Summery Lemony Chicken Salad

Summery Lemon & Herb Warm Chicken Salad

It’s lovely and quick – perfect for a light lunch or evening meal, but still tasty, nutritious and filling.  If you aren’t trying to loose weight, then add in some boiled baby potatoes which have just come into season but really it’s enough just as it is. Don’t overcook the vegetables, they are still meant toContinue reading

Chicken Nuggets with Mango & Avocado Salsa

Chicken Nuggets with Mango & Avocado Salsa

Here’s a recipe for the whole family – it’s a much healthier (and dare I say, tastier!) version of chicken nuggets. Throw in a good measure of childhood nostalgia and enjoy. Prep time: 10 minutes // Chill time: 30 minutes // Cook time: 15 minutes Ingredients (serves 2-3): 2 skinless chicken breasts, cut into cubes 250ml coconut milkContinue reading

Chickpea and Pumpkin Curry

Warming Chickpea & Pumpkin Curry

A little word about chickpeas – they are a starchy carbohydrate but they do contain protein. They are a brilliant substitute for meat, as demonstrated here in this filling meal. The dish also includes pumpkin and sweet potato so eat as it is, there’s no need to add rice or other extras. Trust me – it’s theContinue reading