Panforte is a spicy fruit and nut dessert originally from Siena in Tuscany traditionally served at Christmas. In this recipe our version is flourless and gluten-free. It is so easy to make and would make a beautiful homemade Christmas gift for your friends and family.
Bolognese is a beloved family favourite because it is a very delicious, easy to make and nourishing meal. I really encourage you to try making it with the chicken livers, as they add a such depth of flavour and are extremely nutrient-dense, but if you make the ragu without them it will still be lovely.…Details
Reminiscent of a warming laksa, this soup is so incredibly simple and quick to make you can have a delicious and nourishing dinner on the table in 30 minutes. We’ve used the wonderful Church Farm Red Curry Paste as it is so flavoursome and has the best ingredients. All of the beautiful Church Farm products…Details
This deliciously tender and rich slow-cooked ragu will be sure to become a family favourite. The sauce is even better if cooked the day before and it also freezes and reheats very well.
So fresh, crunchy and flavoursome, this salad, loaded with fragrant herbs, takes just minutes to prepare. It is a perfect lunch dish and can also be served as an accompaniment to chicken, fish or lamb. Try it alongside the Fragrant Spiced Chicken with Cardamon Rice recipe on our website. See the link below: Fragrant Spiced…Details
Delicious little Italian chicken meatballs served with lemon mayonnaise are a lovely appetiser and so very easy to make. You could also make them into larger balls or patties and serve them with a salad as a main course. These meatballs are grain and gluten free, as well as keto friendly. I love and always…Details
Muhammara is a vibrant and flavoursome roasted capsicum, walnut and pomegranate dip from Aleppo in Syria. This version is gluten and grain free and addictively delicious. Muhammara will keep for several days in fridge and also freezes very well, just always serve it at room temperature and not cold. You can use the muhammara is…Details
These tasty little patties make a lovely family dinner accompanied with a salad and the yoghurt sauce, or serve them as part of a Middle Eastern feast when entertaining. They could be cooked on a barbecue and can also be reheated and frozen. This recipe is adapted from similar ones in two wonderful cookbooks –…Details
Lemony, gingery and nourishing, this soup is so very delicious, and you will just love how easy and quick it is to cook. You could add mushrooms, snow peas, bok choy or broccolini if you like, or use cooked rice or cauliflower rice in the bottom of each bowl instead of noodles. The recipe is…Details