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Coconut chicken with greens - The gentle poaching in coconut milk here keeps the chicken breasts lovely and moist.
Quick pork ragu - I recommend seeking out a super good quality butcher who preferably makes their own sausages and trying them out.
Cumulus spiced eggs - These eggs are a simplified version of a dish served at one of my favourite Melbourne restaurants, Cumulus Inc.
Pea & pesto soup is a great ‘pantry’ recipe to have up your sleeve. It’s perfect for nights when you need dinner to be on the table in 10 minutes or less.
The 'magic sausage supper'
Simple fish stew
spiced beef with hummus
bok choy & mustard salad
Anti-cancer mushroom soup
sweet potato & red curry soup
Chicken and peppers: The red pepper cooks down and releases its sweet juices to form the most heavenly sauce.
Ketchup ‘baked’ legumes-The onion, the paprika & the ketchup in these beans combine to make a dish you’d swear had been ‘baking’ for hours.
Tabbouleh salad with lentils is a gluten-free version that not only tastes super fresh, it’s also higher in protein.
Roast butternut pumpkin hummus
Cashew nut sauce can be used pretty much anywhere you’d use hummus. It’s especially good with steamed green veg or with fish.
Warm pea & tahini salad
chickpea kettle soup
boiled eggs with curried chickpeas
irish potato salad
green chickpea salad
Inspired by Mallmann’s ‘she may win chicken’ or Chimehuin.
burnt fennel & zucchini salad. Inspired by Francis Mallmann. I would never have thought to combine fennel and zucchini in a salad...
pecan crusted sweet potato with sour cream
salt crusted burgers with mashy peas
burnt carrot salad
broccolini with pine nuts & butter beans
poached eggs with kale
delicious lemon birthday cake
single girl salmon
simple baked meatballs
roast beet, lentil & balsamic onion salad