I must say I was a bit sceptical when my mother-in-law (aka Nonna) told me she was on a strict AIP diet and had to make way with her beloved traditional Italian bolognaise recipe. She instead had modified another AIP recipe that used beetroot juice and cooked the mince in beef broth to make a…Details
I love to discover new ways of cooking grain and gluten free and using kelp noodles are a fantastic alternative to conventional gluten loaded noodles that leave you feeling full and lethargic. Kelp contains over 70 minerals, enzymes, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, iodine and 21 amino acids. You could say it’s pretty good for you! This…Details
A beautiful vegetarian salad full of flavour.
The sweetness of the maple syrup and sweet potato and the subtle spice of the sweet paprika make these brussel sprouts go from bland and boring to mouth watering. My husband and daughter hates brussel sprouts but they will eat these up without a single complaint.
Looking for a hearty vegetarian curry? This certainly won’t disappoint. It is full of flavour, delicious and nutritious and only 30 minutes to make from scratch.
This is a fantastic winter warmer your whole family will love.
I was very surprised when I tried out this sweet and sour dish with barramundi, the flavours just go so well together and it’s so easy to make. Change it up and try this traditional chinese dish with fish, chicken or beef.
This is a lovely salad dressed in a sweet lemon dressing.
A beautiful sauce for any fish.
This marinade is a true surprise. Beautiful on chicken served with cauliflower mash and steamed veggies.
This is a healthy, gluten free alternatives to typical ‘tacos’ and a great way to get extra greens into your diet. Made with homemade salsa & guacamole…..delicious!