Simplify time in the kitchen with your best no-fail, go-to dishes. Here’s a favourite of mine that should please all the family. It can be re-imagined in many ways, giving you a different dish, flavours and experience every time. Part of it can be pre-prepared and frozen, like the […]
Buttery and sweet who would have thought cauliflower could taste this good!
- 2 small Romanesco cauliflower or normal cauliflower heads (200g eh)
- 100g petit pois (frozen is OK)
- 50g – 100g garlic and rosemary butter
Although no longer a favourite these days, kidneys, liver, heart etc, are the most nutritionally dense foods of all. Organ meats have distinctive flavours that people tend to love or hate. In the past couple of years and encouraged by ‘himself’, I have started to embrace these less […]
This recipe proved a great success at one of our IINH get togethers. Such brave souls – I am so grateful for their generous tasting services and feedback! I hope you enjoy this updated version – it might even become a meat-free menu favourite?
Serves 4 […]
With plenty of fibre and protein, quinoa is often dubbed a ‘superfood’. As a good source of magnesium and calcium it’s also specially useful in a vegetarian/vegan diet and for those who don’t use dairy. Other vital minerals include maganese, iron and copper.
Consuming quinoa regularly often helps […]
This beautiful sauce is best made towards the end of the summer when fresh tomatoes are plentiful, sweet and delicious. Oven-roasting tomatoes at low temperature concentrates their natural sugars, giving a sweeter and much more flavourful version – ideal when tomatoes are out of season. Making your own […]
Baked Smoked Haddock with a Cheesy Crumb and Peas. The ulitmate comfort food – well in my eyes anyway!
- 500g naturally smoked haddock or cod
- 1 medium onion, finely sliced (120g)
- 60g butter
- 100 ml cream
- 120g […]
I first came across overnight oats when I lived in Australia over 30 years ago. Back then I thought it strange to eat raw porridge – but times have moved on. This makes for a quick and simple breakfast, lunchbox item or snack. I recently developed this recipe […]
Making your own broth allows you to introduce an amazing array of nutrients to your diet. It also adds incredible flavours to soups, sauces, stews or just as a simple broth brew.
Similar to bone broth, when making a vegetarian/vegan version it is important to include as […]
- Double Chocolate, Roasted Hazelnut and Blood Orange Torte with a Balsamic Cherry Syrup GalleryDairy free, Desserts, Diabetic Friendly, Family Friendly, Favorites, Gluten Free, Raw, Sugar Free, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wheat Free, Whole Food Recipes
This totally ‘delish’ torte made its debut at our last staff Christmas party – and won the hearts and taste buds of the IINH team. It’s very simple to make and works with all dietary choices. I dedicate this gorgeous dessert to Maria, our 1st year coordinator. After […]