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Mediterranean Fish, Aubergine & Sweet Potato Stew

Mediterranean Fish, Aubergine & Sweet Potato Stew

I’ve made this stew a couple of times now, once using butter beans for my carbohydrate source and the other using sweet potato. They were both really delicious. It’s up to you which you choose to use. If you go with butter beans, add them 

Goan Prawn & Aubergine Curry

Goan Prawn & Aubergine Curry

Inspired by the Indian cookery lesson I did the other month through Sense Adventures, my take on the Goan prawn curry recipe I learned includes extra vegetables. Goa is on the southwest coast of India. The cuisine of the region makes good use of the 

Cauliflower, Radish & Egg Salad

Cauliflower, Radish & Egg Salad

This is a simple and nutritious vegetarian salad that is also very filling and satisfying. It is high in protein, thanks to the combination of eggs, chickpeas and almonds. Yes the eggs, almonds and olive oil make it quite high in fat, but it is 

Roast Veg & Bean Salad With Grilled Turkey

Roast Veg & Bean Salad With Grilled Turkey

I serve this colourful and nutritious salad with grilled turkey for my protein source, but it will pair perfectly with many other protein choices as well, including salmon, chicken, halloumi or trout. The orange mustard dressing really lifts the flavour of the meal while still 

Thai Mackerel & Sweet Potato Traybake

Thai Mackerel & Sweet Potato Traybake

This recipe was inspired by one on BBC Good Food. I swapped broccoli for spinach so that I could keep it all in one pan and save on the washing up. You do need a food processor or blender for this one to make the 

Kale & Quinoa Tabbouleh with Halloumi

Kale & Quinoa Tabbouleh with Halloumi

This is a quick and simple, high protein, vegetarian meal. It is extremely tasty and filling. Ideally you need a food processor but you could just very finely slice the kale and herbs yourself if you don’t have one. This would be a lot more 

Cauliflower & Red Cabbage Dahl

Cauliflower & Red Cabbage Dahl

This is a bowl of nutritious goodness that is great for days when you feel like you have over indulged and are in need of something healthy. It is filling and balanced enough to be served on its own but can be bulked out with 

Venison, Chickpea & Pumpkin Tagine

Venison, Chickpea & Pumpkin Tagine

This tagine can be either made on the hob or in a slow-cooker. The venison can be swapped for beef if you prefer, and the pumpkin can be replaced with butternut squash. The apricots give sweetness, balancing out the spices and the flaked almonds add 

Thai Pumpkin & Fish Curry

Thai Pumpkin & Fish Curry

I do love a Thai curry. It’s amazing how many different vegetables work really well in one. This uses pumpkin, kale and green beans. The key is to cook the pumpkin long enough that it starts to soften and absorb the flavours of the coconut 

Halloumi, Pumpkin & Wild Rice Salad

Halloumi, Pumpkin & Wild Rice Salad

This is a substantial salad that is great on a miserable autumnal evening. The mint dressing keeps it fresh, the pomegranate adds pops of sweetness and the wild rice gives it a lovely nutty texture. Basmati rice would work if you are short on time, 

Pumpkin & Chorizo Quinoa

Pumpkin & Chorizo Quinoa

I’ve made a couple of versions of this recipe in the past but using butternut squash instead of pumpkin. Either work well, so use whichever you prefer. Roasting is another really delicious way to cook pumpkin and its mild, sweet flavour works really well with 

Pumpkin & Chard Dopiaza

Pumpkin & Chard Dopiaza

Dopiaza means double onions and refers to a curry that contains at least 2 types of onion. Each type are added at a different stage and so bring additional taste and texture to the finished dish. In this case, red or white onion, depending on