This Polish lentil stew, or Grochowka, is very similar to dhal and just as hearty and delicious.
This quick recipe for spicy pork tacos is cooled with a juicy pineapple salsa.
What to do with all that leftover holiday ham? Make BBQ ham fried rice.
We can all benefit from adding extra serving of veggies and ‘shrooms into our daily meals. Doing so not only boosts our nutrient and fibre intake, it is also more sustainable and beneficial for the planet.
From Martyna Angell’s new cookbook, The Wholesome Cook, comes this sensible roast chicken with big flavor.
Blood oranges have it all, a little bit sweet, a touch tart, and a huge punch of color. Use the citrus in sweet and savory recipes, from cakes to salads.
Gluten-free Madelines are so simple to make you’ll be able to whip a batch in no time. This flavor is zesty with a delicious crunch of chopped macadamias.
Can a gluten-free cake be anything special? We can say with confidence, it sure can.
A ridiculously simple Mixed Mushroom Bruschetta, with a hint of port, is perfect for a little entertaining.
Homemade Goat’s Cheese, also referred to as Chèvre (french for goat), is easy to make and tastes deliciously sweet and creamy.
A swirly yoghurt ice pop perfect for an afternoon treat during a heatwave or to bring thoughts of sunshine and summer during cold weather months.
Tart dough slathered with a garlic and eggplant sauce is the perfect vessel to enjoy zucchini, asparagus, and a runny egg yolk.
Strawberry mousse is gloriously sandwiched in between gluten-free cake, covered with vanilla bean whipped cream and then topped with delicate rose petals.
Without cream, these panna cottas come with a softer texture. Try steeping chai tea in them for added flavor. Serve with blood oranges.
These gluten and dairy-free Corn Fritters are an absolute breeze to make and oh so good to eat. Crispy and flavorful, perfect for summer.
Eclair, profiterole, cream puff, whatever you like to call it, they are a treat. Not too sweet with waves of whipped coffee cream and chocolate ganache.
Risotto, when done right, can be a truly comforting dish. Check out the tips for making perfect risotto and a fennel, mushroom and truffle version to boot.
Jamaican Jerk is a classic. The spices also go well on fish, roasted vegetables, and meatballs. If you prefer, you can cook your wings on a barbecue, too.
This Grilled Cauliflower dish is an absolute stunner and is served with a pop of pomegranate and chili flavor.
Made with leftover potatoes, these waffles are a fancy alternative to a traditional hash. They are a special treat served with a prosciutto relish.
Old-fashioned cultured butter is easier to make at home than you think.
Fragrant, green vegetable curry with quinoa can be made in fifteen minutes – that’s faster than takeout.
When life gives you plums, make Spiced Plum Streusel Cake.
Learn how to make yoghurt cream cheese and the best ways to enjoy it.
Baked salmon filo parcels with cauliflower mash.
Raw strawberry chocolates that are dairy-free!
Comfort dish lentil soup, fragrant with kaffir lime leaves, chilli and shredded coconut.
This fragrant coriander pesto makes for a wonderful dressing for quick, shaved zucchini “pasta”.
Basic brownies are great, but coffee and raspberry only serve to enhance the chocolatey flavors in these super rich and fudgey treats.
This candy is dairy-free, sugar-free and vegan but still rich and full of decadent flavors.
Berbere spice mix is an Ethiopian flavoring made up of cumin and coriander seed, which are familiar from North African spice mixes, as well as a more localised blend of pepper, ajowan, fenugreek, allspice.
This dish requires a lot of forethought, but not a lot of effort for a major payoff in terms of tenderness and flavor.
Try adding fresh blueberries to the batter or for a more indulgent treat, some chocolate chips.
While flash frying is great for baby octopus, poaching medium to large octopus is a much better choice to achieve a soft, non-rubbery texture.
This simple ranch dressing is light and tangy, and a perfect topping for salads or dipping your favorite vegetable sticks into.
This is the perfect candidate for a mid-week dinner because all the ingredients are cooked at the same time in one pot in the oven.
This Spiced Silverbeet and Pumpkin Hash recipe is easy to make and full of warm Mediterranean flavours. It can be served as a side or base to anything from falafels to fried eggs.
A simple sugar-free oven-baked Caramelised Pork Chop dish that can also be made with other pork cuts such as pork belly, spare ribs or scotch fillet.
This mushroom Pâté can be served alongside your favourite crackers, but it’s also great for freezing as a paste and adding to soups, stews and sauces.
If thrown together into a bowl, a majority of these ingredients would make a nutritionally balanced breakfast. And yes, this cheesecake is sugar-free too.
If you prefer your nut butter sweeter, you could add some stevia drops to the blend for a sugar-free treat.
If you can’t get your hands on smoky chipotle sauce, feel free to use (gluten-free) Worcestershire sauce with ¼ tsp smoky paprika.
This rocket, salmon, avocado and wasabi sandwich is fresh, a little rustic and it packs a real punch. Make into a sandwich, wrap or enjoy as a salad.
This recipe is fantastic for using up any type of leftover slow-cooked or pulled meat and the pies freeze well, so not much can go to waste.
Feel free to top the cookies with honeyed nuts and drizzle with some melted dark chocolate. Otherwise, enjoy them like this.
These Quinoa Nachos are super tasty and nutritious. Omit the corn chips if you prefer, but always top with Pico de Gallo, a Mexican salsa.
Apart from being delicious and healthy, this Coconut and Lime Pound Cake is zingy, moist and a breeze to make.
This simple 15 Minute Poached Barramundi recipe is a tasty and nutritious idea for a weeknight meal.
This fancy looking salmon recipe is actually both super easy and super tasty.
What better way to find a little break than by mopping up that runny egg yolk, slurping up noodles and enjoying a little morning read?
Healthy baked spring rolls from Martyna Candrick’s new e-cookbook,”My Whole Food Philosophy”.
A velvety smooth pumpkin soup velvety with an added hint of Asian-inspired flavours.
Karpatka, a Polish version of a vanilla custard slice is made with sheets of choux pastry filled with a creamy, light layer of custard cream.
An easy to make soup that’s delicious and very satisfying no matter the season with the added benefits of kale.
Fried Egg, Chilli and Tomato Spaghetti is simple fare but equally as delightful.
Healthier than their ice cream counterparts these ice pops are low in fat and have no added sugar.
If you like the juicy, broth-filled Xiao Long Bao, you will love this Northern Chinese lamb version of the famed dumplings.
Warning: These chocolate crackers are quick to make and very, very addictive. Consume at own risk.
Good steak deserves the best mushroom sauce, so what’s the saucy secret? Only 5 ingredients and a few minutes of your time.