This easy-to-make chicken chickpea curry was created by Henrietta Dutton Williamson (Head Chef British Sailing Team) for my Eat Well—Be Well readers. This dish tasty and warming without being too fiery. It's ideal for a cold winter's day. Ingredients for chicken and...
Spicy ratatouille was one of those lovely food accidents! I'm not the best at planning—but the flip side is that I sometimes combine foods that I would not normally put together. So, a while back, I was wondering what to do with some cooked butternut squash, an...
This spicy red kidney bean curry was created by Henrietta Dutton Williamson (Head Chef British Sailing Team) for my Eat Well—Be Well readers. This vegan dish provides a good amount of protein from the red kidney beans. Should honey be added to this dish? This recipe...
Home-made Bakes beans have been a revelation to me. They are easy-to-make, freeze very well and they are nuttier in texture and dare I say, taste more delicious too.
This recipe combines many of my favourite ingredients: butternut squash, quinoa and chickpeas. I love the taste and as vegan-friendly meal it has good amounts of protein too. Rich in colour, warming and comforting—I hope it will become one of your standards too.
These are my daughter Tabby’s Bean Burgers great for a tasty, light meal. Kidney beans provide a good source of protein and with a salad, they make a healthy, light meal.
I love this easy-and-quick-to-make Rainbow Trout with a Dash of Pep. it is both nutritious—a good source of Omega3—and delicious.
Nutritionally, kale is a super-star and this easy-to-make dish, kale and pomegranate fiesta, is a feast for eyes and as well your body. This dish has a tantalising mixture of flavours and textures to be enjoyed either as a side dish or it can be easily adapted to make it a light, main meal.
Mildly Spicy Turkey With Beans is an easy, tasty, everyday recipe that can be adapted to the vegetables you have in your fridge. I often cook a large batch, portion it up and freeze it so I have my own, fast yet healthy meals for when I’m too rushed to cook from scratch.
Sometimes, most especially after eating lots of rich food as at Christmas, there is a craving for simple, wholesome food to heal and rebalance the body. This very simple Chicken Casserole does exactly that.
Pizza With A Twist is made without wheat: the traditional bread dough is replaced with cauliflower and almonds, which provides a tasty base to add your pizza toppings to.
I love this mild curry with it’s different textures and flavours. It’s quick and easy to make and it can be served as either a main meal or a side dish.
Golden Eggs has a richness to it – both in colour, texture and taste. the butternut squash provides substance and so it’s filling too.
This chicken recipe is very quick and easy to prepare and cook. The mustard and lemon work well together to give a tasty zing to your chicken.
This is my take on Chilli Con Carne – with more vegetables and less meat. By using different vegetables, different herbs and possibly even different meats, this basic recipe will taste a little different each time – and to me that’s good – because you get more variety.
Kale and chestnuts combine really well to provide this tasty stir-fry that can be served as a meal in it’s own right or as a hearty side-dish. Kale is also a nutritional super-star or vegetables, so it’s a good meal to enjoy regularly.
Baked Falafel are lower in fat that the traditionally fried recipe and still just as yummy. Enjoy either hot or cold as a snack or with a salad.
Lightly spiced, Tak Pok-Kum has a real flavour of the orient. Adding Shitake Mushrooms and Pine Nuts makes it an ideal dish for entertaining too. It also freezes well, making it a good option for batch cooking.
Cooking salmon and vegetables in a parchment parcel is quick and easy – and best of all – no washing of pots required!
Spicy, but not too hot – this veggie curry can be easily adapted to include small amounts of chicken. This is an ideal recipe for Batch Cooking.