Banana Pancakes

This recipe is perfect for lazy Sunday mornings and tastes best when the bananas are a little old and brown as more of their starch has been converted to sugars. The pancake batter contains no refined sugar and is simply sweetened by the over-ripe bananas! You can also add 50% oats and 50% flour or…

Glass noddle Tom Yum Soup

The perks of having a big brother who lives in Thailand include having access to the most authentic Thai curry pastes. I used a Tom Yum paste that my brother buys from the floating markets in Bangkok to make this glass noodle Tum Yum soup and its packed with flavour! The best Tom Yum soup…

Al Fresco Dining

Featuring Indian spiced giant couscous, a spicy bean salad and roasted figs and goat’s cheese Today I whipped up a couple of quick and easy salads and nibbles to enjoy outside in the garden now that the sun has shown its face here in the UK. Pictured above you can see an Indian spiced giant…

Pulled Jack-fruit Nachos

I make my own nachos using tortilla wraps! Making them from wraps lends better control over their salt and saturated-fat content.  You can buy corn and whole-meal wraps to make these even healthier. I covered my nachos in a BBQ bean and jackfruit chilli, a tangy mango chilli salsa and the all-important guacamole. I also…

Vegan Sunday Roast

This roast dinner features and amazing nut roast, which is packed full of goodness, the flavour of which has shocked many vegans and non-vegans alike! The traditional British Sunday roast is usually a meat and two veg affair and something that many vegetarians and vegans struggle to recreate, but here the star of the show…

Vegan Falafel and Hummus Flat Breads

This is a great way to use up any left-over veg from your Sunday Roast! Here I am using the braised red cabbage and left-over carrots to make sure these flatbreads are jam-packed with flavour and nutrients. The braised red cabbage recipe can be found in my ‘Vegan Roast Recipe’ post. I make my falafels…

Pasta Puttanesca with Sardines

This amazing recipe is packed full of essential fatty acids including omega-3 and -6 and comes in at just under 70p a portion! The UK eat well guide1 promotes the consumption of two portion of fish per week, but fish can be expensive, especially oily fish like salmon. On the other hand, tinned sardines and…