Healthy breakfasts have been something I have focused on for a long time. Firstly, because I never used to be a breakfast person at all so I really had no idea about 'breakfast foods' and secondly, because if you're someone who doesn't eat bread or cereal - aka me - healthy breakfasts that taste nice can be hard to find. Until I discovered sugar free granola.
I have always loved miso soup but only recently started cooking with miso paste in different ways. One of the first things I tried was a miso glazed chicken which was super delicious. The second was a miso flavoured ramen, also delish. As amazing as these were on their own, joining these two creations together was pure tasty genius. You can thank me later.
I have been brewing my own kombucha for a few months now and have created this recipe which never fails me. This recipe will make roughly 3.2 - 3.4L and is super easy to follow.
This healthy version of spaghetti meatballs is packed with so much flavor and so easy to make! The kangaroo is a great way to get some extra red meat in your diet, while the zucchini allows for more veggies and less starchy-carbs that you would get with traditional spaghetti meatballs.
Ramen is one of my favorite dishes but I had never tried to make it because I thought it would be really hard. Oh how I was wrong! This dish was so easy to make and the flavors were all spot on. I used my cast iron pot and the oven to slow cook this, however, you can use a slow cooker if you have one – simply cook on low for the required time.
Bone broth has become a staple in my house-hold. I use it in soups, curries, roasts, those recipes that don't really fall under a category, basically anything that needs liquid added to it. Bone broth is so easy to make and is a life saver when you want a healthy, nourishing meal at the last minute. The story behind my discovery of this liquid gold can be read here.
This creation was a last-minute idea my partner and I had one night when we got chicken thighs out of the freezer for dinner with no idea of what to actually make. We absolutely love Asian cuisine so we got a bit creative with this one and basically just threw together all our favorite flavors and (in my opinion) struck absolute gold!
I recently visited Bhutan and Nepal where I was introduced to Dal. Different types and flavors of Dal were served to me with almost every meal I had which made me fall in love with this meat-free, easy meal... So of course I had to learn how to make it.
Here I've shown you a tweaked version of the traditional Dal but still with the same amazing flavors. I love making this dish because it's so cheap, simple and healthy - my three favorite things about a recipe.