Recipes

The Power of Ginger
The middle of Winter is just round the corner and so are the colds and flues. Ginger is a powerful root that can help you build a strong immunity wall stopping all the bad infections. It’s also a great pain killer and preventer for long-term heart diseases. Here are five reasons why a side of ginger should be an essential part of your healthy living regime.   1 Immune Boosting Ginger is full of antioxidants which is essential in our body for fighting infections and building up th..
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Baking as Therapy
  It’s not a coincidence that the shops ran out of flour and yeast when the Corona isolation took us by storm. If you didn’t bake before you definitely started baking or at least seriously thought about it. It can feel really good to bake. And there are many reasons why baking will give you peace of mind.  Focused relaxation   Reading a recipe makes us focus on a task. Step by step we read the ingredients, do the measuring and follow the method. We have to be sure we..
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5 Reasons to Drink Organic Wine
  Organic wines have no pesticides. It’s a natural wine that cuts out all the unnecessary ingredients that your body or the planet doesn’t need. The result; the wine tastes better and is better for you.  1 Fewer Sulphur Dioxide A lot of conventional wines contain added sulphur dioxide (So2). This is to make the wine last longer so it can have a longer shelf life. Studies shows that So2 can irritated those with asthma and also give headaches easier. In organic wines only natura..
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Tips to Reduce your Food Waste
  Way too much food is going to waste in times when we need it the most. So what can we do to reduce our food waste? Sometimes finding the right place to start is the hardest part, so we have put together some tips and tricks to help get you inspired.  Plan Your Meals Yes, this might sound boring to the spontaneous cook but it can be very efficient when it comes to reducing food waste. If you plan your meals for the week you know exactly how much you will need of each ingredie..
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Creamy Chicken with Tomato and Spinach
Serves 4  |  Prep 5 min  |  Cook 30 min  |  Ready In 45 mins When you’re low on ideas and find yourself with the cupboard staples, this is a perfect winter warmer, ready in about 30mins and a one pot wonder! This creamy chicken utilises coconut cream and is deliciously rich, smooth and will have your bellies warmed in no time. Serve this with your favourite veggies, salad or grains. Ingredients 4 medium chicken breasts skin on 3tbsp olive oil 2 cups b..
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Chorizo and Bean Stew
Serves 4 | Prep 10 min | Cook 30 min | Ready in 45 mins When you're after a warming hearty dish when the chill sets in at night, this mid-week and one pot wonder will hit the spot. With the beautiful frangrant spices and flavouful chorizo, you won't need hours to have a beautiful tasty stew ready. This stew also freezes perfectly for when you need to top up the freezer for those dinners in a hurry or last-minute lunch meals.  Ingredients 500g Chorizo sausage (approx 4 lar..
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Chilli Prawn and Caper Orecchiette
Serves 2  |  Prep 10 Min  |  Cook 20 min  |  Ready in 30mins Ingredients 12 Large prawns shell on  10 tbsp olive oil 2 cups orecchiette pasta 4 cloves garlic, smashed and roughly chopped  2 1/2 tbsp capers 1/2 lemon 1 tsp dried chilli flakes 1/2 cup of loose basil leaves salt and pepper Directions 1. Bring a medium pot of well salted water to the boil. Add the orecchiette pasta to the boiling water and cook till al dente..
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Grilled pork Chop with Broccoli Tabouli and Yogurt
Serves 4 | Prep 15 min | Cook 25 min | Ready in 45 mins This broccoli tabouli is a modern spin on the humble salad leveling up with broccoli; it's fresh, crunchy, zesty and you will never want to go back to boring boiled broccoli again. Combine the beautiful salad with a perfectly grilled pork chop and yogurt, you won't look at either pork or broccoli the same again.  INGREDIENTS 4 pork cutlets (bone in approx 250g each) 1 tbsp ground cumin 1 tbsp salt flakes 1 tbsp salt f..
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Sausages with Thyme Potatoes and Kraut
Serves 4 | prep 10 min | Cook 25 min | Ready in 40 mins INGREDIENTS 8 pork and fennel sausauges (or your preferred) Potatoes 450g baby potatoes, scrubbed clean and sliced into 7mm thick rounds 8 cloves of garlic, skin on  8 sprigs thyme 3tsp salt flakes Olive oil to cook Kraut 1 small onion, sliced thin 350g red cabbage, finely sliced 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup shaved fennel 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar 1/2 cup red wine vinegar 1 tsp ground salt ..
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Chia Breaky Bowl
  Serves 2    |   Prep 15 min     |  Ready  In 20mins  As the warmer weather slowly slips away, this vegan breaky bowl will give you all those tropical vibes. Beetroot powder other than being beautifully rice in colour; it's loaded full of antioxidants, dietary fibre, calcium, iron,..
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Grilled Barramundi with Puttanesca Freekeh
Serves 4 | Prep 10 min | Cook 45 min | Ready 1 hr What better way to celebrate beautiful grilled fish than with warm freekeh cooked with beautiful heirloom tomatoes, capers and olives. This dish takes inspiration from the traditional Italian Puttanesca from Naples, Italy. We have mixed up the texture to include wonderful nutty freekeh as a change from traditional pasta complimenting the fish perfectly! INGREDIENTS Fish 4 x 120g Barramundi Fillets, skin on 3 tbsp Olive oil 1 tsp..
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Stuffed Eggplants with Garlic Yogurt Sauce
Serves 4  |  Prep 15 min  |  Cook 45 min  |  Ready 1hr Ingredients 2 large eggplants 500g lamb mince 1 large red capsicum diced 1 Leek; green removed 145g tomato paste 120g pinenuts 3 cloves of garlic, crushed 1.5 tbsp Middle Eastern Herb Mix 1 tsp Cumin 1 tsp sumac Salt and Pepper Olive Oil to Cook Sauce 250g Greek Yogurt 1tbsp Olive Oil 1 clove garlic 1tbsp fine diced flat leaf parsley Pinch of salt TO SE..
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