Guys, I have a delicious dish for you today: Chakalaka. If you’ve never heard of Chakalaka before you might think it’s a Mexican dish by the name. Nope. It is a South African dish. Although its exact origins are unknown, some believe it originated from mineworkers in Johannesburg who added tomatoes, beans, chilli and anything…
Looking for the BEST Instant Pot Pot Roast Recipe? You’ve found it! This pot roast recipe (using fresh or frozen pot roast) is tender, flavourful and the perfect one-pot meal. Suitable for Keto, Paleo, Whole 30 and gluten-free dieters.
Are you a fellow Sweet Potato Carrot Soup lover? If so, come on over as I have the perfect Warm and easy Five Spice and Sweet Potato Carrot Soup. This vegan soup recipe is suitable paleo and whole 30 diets too. Get the recipe and a healthy 7-day meal plan in this post.
I have been rather excitedly testing out my brand new Multicooker Redmond RMC-M90E. And the easy chorizo and mushroom stew I will share at the end of this review is just one of the many recipes I whipped up in it.
This roasted duck and noodle salad with a whole helping of crunchy vegetables is pretty easy to put together but these simple flavours combined pack a real good punch.
This quick and easy and very healthy rainbow vegetable wrap was made by the mini chefs during our second cooking session in the run up to Food Revolution Day. Feel free to add in some grilled chicken to make this a chicken wrap.
I have been having these skinny carrot muffins every single day for 3 weeks. If not for breakfast then certainly for a snack. And a few times for an after supper treat. Luckily these are very easy to make. You don’t need to peel the carrots and everything gets done in the food processor in less than 10 mins
The ingredients of this curried carrot soup are simple – carrots, coconut milk and curry powder with a little bit of ginger thrown in. A good fragrant and warming combination for a winter soup. Plus it is really a 10 mins of effort soup recipe. Yeap my kind of soup. How about you?
The other day I made coleslaw to challenge‘vegetablism’. Is that a word? That and of course because it was part of my Sierra Leonean feast at Christmas. This was my friend’s view – vegetables are a waste of space on a plate and just take up precious space necessary for more meat. Me – so you don’t even eat coleslaw? Him – nope, not even coleslaw. So of course I knew better and would change his mind.