Broccoli stems, though not as colourful nor flavourful as their more desired florets, are just as nutritious. Actually, gram for gram, the stems contain slightly more calcium, iron and Vitamin C. This is my take on roasting them with deliciously warming Indian spices. Seasoned this way, they taste just awesome.
The great thing about homemade hummus is that not only do I find it tastes better than shop bought, you can also add extra ingredients such as turmeric, beet or spinach to change the colour and flavour and add extra benefits.
In terms of skin health, beetroot acts a great blood purifier, which is key in keeping skin glowing and healthy. Beetroots are also rich in vitamin C which helps clear blemishes and evens out skin tone while giving us a natural glow.
Check out this stacked burger! I wanted to create something 'meaty' and delicious. Made with Jackfruit, Beet and Buckwheat it's also brimming with vitamins and nutrients.
These are such a brilliant little snack idea! Quick and simple to make with store cupboard ingredients, I just love the fact you can keep them in the fridge or freeze them if you want to make something to keep on hand.
There are an absolute ton of amazing skin boosting benefits to this super green creamy curried soup. You don't need to stick strictly to the green veg I've used - find vegetables that are seasonal and easily available locally.
What if I combined my tomato-less sauce with a creamy cashew base to create that lovely tomatoey flavour you get in Italian restaurant pasta dishes. I have got to post this recipe for you, because if you use my tomato-less sauce you need to try this!!
When it comes to eating pasta I'll happily eat big, hearty bowls of the stuff. I've added lots of crispy kale to this recipe.Not a fan of kale? Have you ever tried it crisped?
I loved cooking spinach this way with lots of lovely Indian spices and wondered if I could find something to substitute paneer. Cooked polenta was my saviour! I use it in exactly the same way as paneer cheese.