This recipe is super easy to make, tasty as hell and full of body nourishing ingredients; this is a serious ‘Get the Glow’ plate of food perfect for those wishing to start the New Year on a virtuous path.
This spaghetti al ragu recipe is honestly my entire childhood on a plate. It is a treasured family recipe that I have always praised, and have at long last managed to persuade my step-father to allow me to share.
Beef stroganoff is one of my all-time favourite main meals. The creamy, tomato-ey sauce together with the tender beef and chewy mushrooms provides the most sensational sauce. Combine it with fluffy, well-seasoned mashed potatoes and you are on to a serious winner.
I absolutely love roasted vegetables. There is something so comforting and warming about a large bowl of delicious, soft & crisp veggies. This salad is so light yet filling, and is really easy for our bodies to digest so you won’t get any nasty bloating! It’s also packed with nutrients & antioxidants
Kale has been the talk of the town for the last year, and with good reason. It is a nutritional powerhouse, as well as being low-calorie, high-fibre, and fat-free. I couldn’t believe this when I first heard it but, per calorie, kale has more iron than beef and more calcium than dairy!
This recipe honestly completes my life. It tastes so unbelievably delicious that it’s hard to believe how good it is for you. The dish is packed with vegetables and healthy fats from the avocado and smoked salmon, and delivers the perfect balance of creaminess, softness and crunch.
I threw together this salad as a way to use up Christmas leftovers and a few veggies I had in the fridge, and it turned out beautifully. The duck can easily be replaced with another protein (chicken or tuna, for example) but, equally, can be left out entirely to achieve something delicious.