This salad was designed with supporting the immune system in mind. It is packed full of delicious wholefood ingredients selected to provide a range of nutrients and it balances the food groups. You don’t need all of the ingredients, as long as you can make the dressing, lentils (which can be tinned, vac-packed or cooked […]
This warm Asian salad is an eating sensation! Sweet and spice, warm and cool, and soft and crisp. I absolutely love South East Asian flavours. One of my favorite places to eat out is Wagamama and I developed this recipe from a dish I had in there. The combination of the soft roasted vegetables, crunch […]
This is a recipe for Mindful Tabbouleh can use pretty much any grain you choose. The original, popular recipe uses bulgur wheat, but I have tried it with quinoa, bulgur and this version was brown rice, spelt grains, and barley. The mix of fresh herbs and salad vegetables makes for a super fresh tasting summer […]
This colourful coleslaw is beautiful to look at and is a great dish for cardiovascular protection – packed with antioxidants from the red cabbage, beets and carrots. Beetroot is known for keeping blood pressure in check, it is also packed with nutrients including B vitamins, magnesium and manganese – it features here raw, so you get […]
This is delicious! If you like halloumi, this is the perfect combination of squeaky cheese, saltiness and crispy crunch! Simple to pull together too.
Quinoa is high in protein and is a good source of Magnesium. The combination of flavours in this Quinoa, Goats Cheese and Pomegranate salad make for a fresh tasting dish that is fab with fish, or just on its own! If you have cooked quinoa before and it has been a bit sloppy try washing […]
The combination of slow roasted fennel and red onion with quinoa that has been cooked in veg stock gives this salad a lovely depth of flavour and freshness at the same time. Fennel is an excellent source of vitamin C and contains, potassium, manganese, copper, phosphorus and folate.
This is such a refreshing salad! Bulgur wheat is a lesser-known type of whole wheat grain that hasn’t been stripped of its bran and germ. It is a good source of source of vitamins, minerals, and is low in fat. It contains magnesium and iron and provides a very good dose of the dietary fibre. The combination of red […]
I came up with this Butternut Squash Salad when I was looking to use up some fresh ingredients I had leftover. It is a really yummy winter salad and feels substantial enough for a cold evening. I put it with roasted peppers, tomatoes and lightly blanched green beans.
This is a great accompaniment to my veggie tagine and can be eaten cold the next day for lunch with a colourful salad.